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Public Private Partnerships (PPP)

PPPs in e-Agriculture are generally found at the community level where the strengths of the public and private sectors complement each other in providing information and advisory services that address the needs of farmers and rural communities. The public sector’s mandate for provision of information and services can be best achieved through harnessing the potential of the private sector to add local context in a commercial environment. 

The public sector's mandate for provision of information and services can be best achieved through harnessing the potential of the private sector to add local context in a commercial environment.  However, there are key obstacles that must be overcome, including clarifying public/private sector roles,  developing solutions to poor infrastructure, and generating sufficient awareness of services among farmers. 

In this section, you will find a wide range of materials looking at various e-agriculture PPP models and how PPPs can facilitate the generation and delivery of relevant and timely content, particularly to reach the most isolated farmers.

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