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Public-Private partnerships to end hunger and malnutrition

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Atze Schapp
IFPRI-FAO conference, "Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition"
November 28–30, 2018
Bangkok, Thailand

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Public-Private partnerships to end hunger and malnutrition

  1. 1. Public-Private Partnerships to End Hunger and Malnutrition North-South Partnerships: Impact and challenges Atze Schaap, Corporate Director Dairy Development, FrieslandCampina Bangkok, 29 November 2018
  2. 2. Dairy is relevant
  3. 3. Dairy is responsible
  4. 4. 12.1 billion revenue 34 Facilities in countries member dairy farmers 18,645 employees 23,675 millions of consumers Every day 100 Export to over countries FrieslandCampina is a global Top 10 player
  5. 5. Dairy development is an integral part of FrieslandCampina’s purpose …a good living for our farmers… o Be an attractive cooperative for member dairy farmers o Support dairy farmers in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe to improve their farm management and milk quality o Enhance attractiveness for young farmers Better nutrition… o Provide food for the growing population to 9.7 billion people in 2050 o Optimise nutritional value of dairy products o Provide affordable nutrition in selected markets …now and for generations to come o Invest in sustainable long-term growth and the financial health of the Company and the Cooperative o Grow in a climate neutral way o Reduce the usage of scarce natural resources
  6. 6. Our Dairy Development Programme In 2017 we reached >250,000 farmers directly and indirectly FrieslandCampina initiated a DDP in 10 countries in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe We develop local farmers in three ways Increase productivity per cow Support farmers in getting a market for their milk Raise raw milk quality and safety A variety of tools to develop local farmers Training Expert advice Knowledge partnerships Infrastructure construction Field trips to the Netherlands
  7. 7. Partnerships empower our programme NGOs & international organisations Governments Financial institutions & foundations Knowledge institutes Private sector
  8. 8. Dairy development has impact
  9. 9. Challenges for PPPs For private partners there should be a business case at all times during project period All partners need to be open about their objectives The sustainability of smallholders and subsistence farming Governments should develop stimulating and consistent policies

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