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Public-private partnershipsAfrican small-holder farmers      Vivienne Anthony      Senior Advisor, SFSA
Public-private partnerships: definition    ●   PPPs have great potential to enable small-holder        farmers to improve ...
Agriculture value chain and PPPs                           ●   Africa > 100 PPPs                           ●   25% R&D-bas...
Challenges    • Every PPP is different and has individual      characteristics    • Strategic vs. tactical partnerships to...
Shifting policy and enabling environment in Africa      G8 Alliance for food security and nutrition                Taking ...
PPP platform         Knowledge, contacts and tools            to support PPP creation    PPP database     Expert contacts ...
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Public-private partnerships: African small-holder farmers - Dr Vivienne Anthony, Senior Advisor, Syngenta Foundation

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  1. 1. Public-private partnershipsAfrican small-holder farmers Vivienne Anthony Senior Advisor, SFSA
  2. 2. Public-private partnerships: definition ● PPPs have great potential to enable small-holder farmers to improve their livelihoods but innovative approaches are key ● Combine complementary strengths of: − Public − Private − Voluntary organisations ● Produce benefits for small-holders that none can achieve alone − R&D and bringing research goods into practice − Bring input and output markets to life2
  3. 3. Agriculture value chain and PPPs ● Africa > 100 PPPs ● 25% R&D-based Productivity Markets Collection R&D Inputs Farmers Distribution Wholesale Retail Processing • Genomic science • Crop processing SABMiller • Plant breeding • New markets Cassava beer • Crop protection traits • Seed certification Mozambique • Nutrition improvement • Credit and loans • Fertilizer inputs • Inputs insurance • Connectivity customers/ mobile phones3
  4. 4. Challenges • Every PPP is different and has individual characteristics • Strategic vs. tactical partnerships to enable delivery • Business cases: equitable benefits and risk sharing • Financial mechanisms to support PPPs • Governance and decision-making • Intellectual property sharing • Commercialisation route to farmers • Negotiation vehicles and capacity building4
  5. 5. Shifting policy and enabling environment in Africa G8 Alliance for food security and nutrition Taking innovations to scale Commitments Mobilising African GrowAfrica 45  66 companies Managing capital governments $3.0  $3.5 billion risk Investment/ Private sector Burkina Faso Ghana partnership G8 Ethiopia  Mozambique Opportunities companies Tanzania governments Cote d’Ivoire Results accountability
  6. 6. PPP platform Knowledge, contacts and tools to support PPP creation PPP database Expert contacts Financial mechanisms Case-studies Business Best practices cases Impact tools www.apxc.org
  7. 7. Thank you for your attention
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