Public-private partnerships (PPPs) and innovation platforms (IPs) are now buzzwords trending in the agriculture sector of Ghana. However, insights on their processes and outcomes are limited. This policy brief is based on a research project that studied the dynamics and outcomes of PPP and IP approaches in well-established export, vis-à-vis food value chains in Ghana. It highlights some key recommendations for development partners with interest in enhancing their effectiveness in the agriculture sector.

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