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Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/9546
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Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/comment/9546
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/user/28910
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/9546
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/user/28910
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/zh-hans/comment/9546
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ru/comment/9546
Data Source: un
Further there is much sensitization and discussion required within both government and/or public institutions & private sector to acknowledge that PPP’s are an imperative in our development journey. Principle 2: There is at least one core private agribusiness/agro-industries[1] firm involved who is committed to supporting the transformation of African agriculture (Box 5). (...) Principle 5: A formalized partnership agreement[4] exists between the core public and private partners which details roles and responsibilities of each partner for the duration of the partnership agreement.
Language:English
Score: 917229.4 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/9546
Data Source: un
To a large extent, FLW are rational from a private perspective as they are the result of the optimizing behaviour of agents. (...) Targeted investments to reduce FLW at any significant scale could be primarily done by the private sector. Equally importantly, by promoting effective policy and enabling environment in support of sustainable agricultural production, and value chain approaches the public sector can contribute to a minimisation of FLW. The scope of the public policies should be to create an enabling environment for private sector to introduce practices having potential to reduce FLW whereby contributing to increase the overall efficiency of food supply chains.       
Language:English
Score: 916904.1 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/e...-waste-europe-and-central-asia
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To a large extent, FLW are rational from a private perspective as they are the result of the optimizing behaviour of agents. (...) Targeted investments to reduce FLW at any significant scale could be primarily done by the private sector. Equally importantly, by promoting effective policy and enabling environment in support of sustainable agricultural production, and value chain approaches the public sector can contribute to a minimisation of FLW. The scope of the public policies should be to create an enabling environment for private sector to introduce practices having potential to reduce FLW whereby contributing to increase the overall efficiency of food supply chains.       
Language:English
Score: 916904.1 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...-waste-europe-and-central-asia
Data Source: un