Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains. Summary of Ghana case study

Bruce Sarpong, D. and Anim-Somuah, H.
IDS-IFAD Case Study
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This is a summary of the Ghana Country Report, which was written by Daniel Bruce Sarpong and Henry Anim-Somuah, based on research carried out in 2014 in association with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) as part of an IFAD-funded programme on the role of PPPs in agriculture.

It is one of the four IFAD project-supported Public-Private-Producer Partnerships analysed for the research report ‘Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains’. The report syntheses the four case studies and discuss the findings on how PPPPs in agricultural value chains can be designed and implemented to achieve more sustained increases in income for smallholder farmers and broader rural development.

This is the IFAD/IDS Case Study, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'. Summary of Ghana Case Study.
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01-Jul-15
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