Can Public-Private Partnerships Actually Benefit the Poor?

Can Public-Private Partnerships Actually Benefit the Poor?
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Gary Gereffi | Ajmal Abdulsamad | Shawn Stokes

This panel presented research findings on USAID-supported partnerships and upgrading trajectories experienced in the cocoa sector in Indonesia, the coffee sector in Rwanda, and the horticulture sector in Kenya. This research examines what historical PPPs can teach us about how to use this approach to actually benefit the poor.

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Client: USAID
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