Public-Private Partnership Lab: Food and Water is a four-year action research and joint learning initiative to explore the effectiveness of PPPs. The report focuses on three categories of PPPs (under a broader Dutch-funded portfolio on Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security): sourcing, services and production, and improved food products. It has some helpful findings for collaborations taking place within global supply chains, namely: that NGOs play varied roles, local value added is often ignored, and proposals are often not designed to be pro-poor. It provides an interesting overview of the composition and contributions of partnerships with an eye on sustainability. A concise, yet detailed analysis of dynamic projects that has lessons for everybody.
This resource presents evidence or data but has not been peer reviewed