What is the best way effectively work with public partners in a public–private partnership (PPP)? The partnership of IWAD Ghana Ltd., supported by the Dutch Government Sustainable Water Fund (FDW), is an interesting case with which to explore this question.
This case study provides insight into the PPP “Food security via vertical integration of a new Kenyan potato chain” from the perspective of the Public P in Kenya. It explores the Public P in terms of incentives, roles, challenges, and partnership practices.
PPPs consist of at least one public and one private actor. Insights series 05 targets partnership practitioners who aim to better understand the nature of the Public P and its associated implications for effective partnering.