Globally, countries who have been able to create platforms where the public, private and civil society sectors convene and plan together tend to have a stronger agriculture sector. As such, Grow Asia has catalyzed and supports six Country Partnerships in Southeast Asia as national public-private partnership platforms for sustainable agriculture.
Grow Asia advices and guides each Country Partnership and its locally-based secretariat as it evolves, providing support, where appropriate, around financing, training and capacity-building, convening and brokering, knowledge sharing, and government engagement.
While each Country Partnership takes a different form, all are country-led, aligned to national agriculture strategies, engage stakeholders from government, private sector and civil society, and shape the activities on the ground through Working Groups.
Any organization is welcome to become a partner of a Country Partnership and its Working Groups. Partners are expected to have an interest in the country, in agriculture, a commitment to supporting smallholders, and an openness to partner with other organizations in a pre-competitive space.
Smallholders Reached through our Network
Value Chain Projects
Papua New Guinea