Synopsis:Mera Maan designed and conducted a capacity building program titled “Integrating Public Private Producer Partnerships (4P) in Agriculture Value Chains” at its training center in Barakahu, Islamabad. The workshop aimed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to implement the 4P concept in designing public-private producer partnerships in agriculture value chains, with a focus on increasing the income of small farmers sustainably. The workshop brought together key stakeholders from the private sector and the public sector, including experts in value chain development, social mobilization, monitoring and evaluation, administration, finance, and infrastructure. Both men and women from Gilgit-Baltistan participated in the workshop.
Narrative of the Project Description:
Background:The workshop was organized to address the need for sustained income increase among small farmers in agriculture value chains. By integrating public-private producer partnerships (4P), the participants aimed to enhance collaboration and create opportunities for small farmers to improve their economic conditions.
Objectives:– Introduce the 4P concept and its significance in agriculture value chains.
– Equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to design public-private producer partnerships.
– Foster collaboration between key stakeholders from the private and public sectors.
– Promote sustainable income growth for small farmers in Gilgit-Baltistan.