Agribusiness Public-Private Partnerships: A country report of the United Republic of Indonesia
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This study examines the potential benefits of public–private partnerships and attempts to anticipate and mitigate potential problems that may appear in the future. The goal of this study is to obtain knowl- edge on agribusiness partnerships and to draw lessons from them in order to provide recommendations for the Indonesian Government.
The study uses a multiple case-study approach to obtain in-depth knowledge of the experiences of existing public–private partnerships in Indonesia. The case studies were selected through a review of secondary information, preliminary direct interviews with key informants and discussions with FAO officers. The five cases selected for appraisal in this report are:
- Oil Palm Development Plasma Programme under the Perusahaan Inti Rakyat Perkebunan–Kredit Koperasi Primer untuk Anggotanya (PIR–KKPA) Scheme;
- Rice Breeder Seeds Partnership Programme;
- Jatropha Curcas for Bioenergy Project;
- Sweet Pepper Pilot Supply Chain Project (HORTIN Project);
- LM3 Programme (a development programme for religious institutions in the agribusiness sector).
|Author||Rankin, M., Santacoloma, P., Mhlanga, N.|
|Year of Publication||2013|
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
|Number of Pages||84 pp.|
|Region / Country||Global, Asia / Indonesia|
|Primary Language||English (en)|
|Keywords||Agribusiness, Public-Private Partnership|