Public-Private Partnerships in Global Value Chains: Can They Actually Benefit the Poor?

Public-Private Partnerships in Global Value Chains: Can They Actually Benefit the Poor?
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Listing Type: Research Reports

Ajmal Abdulsamad | Shawn Stokes | Gary Gereffi

The past 15 years witnessed a proliferation of public-private partnerships (PPPs) between the private sector and the international development organizations. In a retrospective assessment, this report examines the main concerns over the potential of PPPs to bring about inclusive development in three export-oriented agricultural sectors: the cocoa sector in Indonesia, the horticultural sector in Kenya, and the coffee sector in Rwanda.

Geography: Africa | Asia
Client: USAID
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