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23  25 jan 2013 csisa kathmandu partnership issues noel 23 25 jan 2013 csisa kathmandu partnership issues noel Presentation Transcript

  • Partnership Issues CSISA Phase II 23-25 Jan 2013
  • Key Considerations in Entering Partnerships ashridge.org.uk
  • Key Considerations in Entering Partnerships (cont’d..)• Common interest space• Cost-benefit condition• Perceived benefit >investment cost + transaction costs• Synergy through collaboration• Economies of scale• Cannot be achieved individually• No conflict condition• Proportional benefit condition (ILRI 2010)
  • Why Partnership? To Add Value to Activity• Mobilizing and augmenting resources• Augmenting competencies• Increase the scale of activities• Enhancing strategic flexibility• Reducing duplication• Increasing service integration• Improving access to end users• Expanding capabilities• Increasing learning
  • Factors enhancing impacts of partnership• Direct contact with community• A forum for regular meeting & experience sharing• Commitment, competence, continuity & complementarity• Mobilize local support for local sustainability• Plan for impact• Monitor & evaluate impact
  • Factors enhancing impacts of partnership (cont’d..)• Promoting, participatory, trans-disciplinary, multi-level, multi-stakeholder and gender sensitive approaches• Incentives• Communication dissemination & feed- back strategies & skills• Documentation• Speaking the right language
  • Summary Partnership Frontiers• Farmer access • Collaboration• Technology source • Communication• Extension support • Input support• Training source • Media support• Policy support • Network support• Program support • Business link
  • Partnership development• Competitive system: partners come with ideas that can be jointly developed further with farmers/primary stakeholders;• Selection based on a criteria and available actors in the respective field and location and experience• Partners to analyze the entry points from the perspective of the primary stakeholders: farmers
  • Experience during Demand Analysis• KVKs have resources (Human & Physical) but limited exposure; discussion with OUAT to open up scope needed• DoA seemed interested/enthusiastic to cooperate/collaborate• SHGs seemed potential;• NGOs have limited activities on agriculture, most are pro-organic; PRADAN looked potential
  • Entrepreneurial models of partnership• Extension approaches of different NGOs/Private sector agencies• DG• IDE• Knowledge Hubs• Business models• Collective SHGs & CBOs approach• Community Extensionists approach
  • Targets in different States
  • Recent Development in Odisha
  • Priorities & intended steps by each hubExtension Knowledg Business DG IDE SHGs Communityapproach e hubs model /CBO Extensionistes s s appr.