Putting public private partnership in the mainstream of commercial expansion of indigenous poultry industry
This policy briefs looks at how public private partnership can be mainstreamed in commercial expansion of the indigenous poultry industry. It mainly focuses on promoting innovation; improving coordination among different actors in the sector and the necessary inter-sectoral linkages; flexible financing to increase investment from poor actors; and deliberate move to solve specific problems holding the sector back from being fully commercialised; as strategic areas for public private partnership in transforming the indigenous poultry industry into a viable commercial enterprise. It also underscores the importance of resource sharing, risk distribution and reward allocation, as fundamental principles for building sustainable public private partnerships. It also emphasises the need for sound institutional arrangements to make such partnerships work.
Anon. Putting public private partnership in the mainstream of commercial expansion of indigenous poultry industry. (2012) 12 pp. [RIU Tanzania Policy Brief 4]