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Based on six years of program experience, Partnering for Innovation has created resources to help development practitioners learn from our 50 partnerships in 17 countries. Use these materials to discover how the Partnering for Innovation approach can strengthen your work.


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Practitioner’s Guide

Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation, a USAID-funded program, is changing the landscape for supporting agriculture in emerging-market countries by empowering the private sector to raise incomes and reduce hunger. This guide will tell you how to develop and manage successful shared-value partnerships with private-sector businesses using an approach based on Partnering for Innovation’s experience.


   Bringing Seeds to Market    This study distills lessons from six partnerships in Africa to inform both private sector investors and the international donor community about challenges and successful approaches to commercializing seed systems for smallholder farmers. It examines each partnership and then lays out the collective lessons learned for understanding seed market systems and operationalizing partnerships for seed technology commercialization.

Bringing Seeds to Market

This study distills lessons from six partnerships in Africa to inform both private sector investors and the international donor community about challenges and successful approaches to commercializing seed systems for smallholder farmers. It examines each partnership and then lays out the collective lessons learned for understanding seed market systems and operationalizing partnerships for seed technology commercialization.

   Drip Irrigation in Smallholder Markets: A Cross-Partnership Study    This study compares the approaches, successes, and challenges of Partnering for Innovation’s three private sector partnerships to commercialize drip irrigation systems in smallholder markets. It also includes a case study of a similar development project, the Tanzania Agriculture Productivity Program. The study examines each of the profiled companies’ distinct approaches to entering the smallholder market, providing valuable information for both the private and development sectors.

Drip Irrigation in Smallholder Markets: A Cross-Partnership Study

This study compares the approaches, successes, and challenges of Partnering for Innovation’s three private sector partnerships to commercialize drip irrigation systems in smallholder markets. It also includes a case study of a similar development project, the Tanzania Agriculture Productivity Program. The study examines each of the profiled companies’ distinct approaches to entering the smallholder market, providing valuable information for both the private and development sectors.