Mar 18 2015
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) offer opportunities to achieve inclusive development objectives within value chains. By partnering directly with value chain agents, from farmers and local input suppliers to traders and multinational corporations, PPPs have the power to spur economic growth that benefits the poor. However, they can also fail in planning for long-term benefits to rural communities in development contexts.
Coming on the heels of the Global Partnership Week, a collaboration among the United States Department of State, the United States Agency for International Development and Concordia, the #AskAg Twitter Chat examined what makes a successful PPP for implementing inclusive development projects and advancing the fight against hunger and poverty.
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