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Partnerships—Why it is critical for technology scaling

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Presented by Adeniyi Samuel Adediran at the FAO-ILRI Regional Training Workshop on Proven Livestock Technologies, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 3-5 December 2018

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Partnerships—Why it is critical for technology scaling

  1. 1. Adeniyi Samuel Adediran Coordinator – TAAT Livestock Compact - ILRI FAO-ILRI Regional Training Workshop on Proven Livestock Technologies ILRI, Addis Ababa, 3-5 December 2018 Partnerships – why it is critical for Technology Scaling
  2. 2. Partnership – why it is critical for Technology Scaling  What is partnership?  Who do you consider to be partners?  How do you identify with partners?
  3. 3. Fundamental Guiding Principles of TAAT Technologymatters Technology Scale policy & regulatory environment Partnerships & collaboration
  4. 4. Scaling-up Livestock Technologies – A Development Imperative What is Scaling up? Scaling up means expanding, adapting and sustaining successful policies, programs and projects in different places and over time to reach a greater number of people (quoted in Hartmann and Linn, 2008).
  5. 5. Effective Partnerships - Trust To build partnerships you must be a partner! It’s not always about the money!
  6. 6. Scaling-up Technologies
  7. 7. Building Effective partnerships • Planning and implementing together for mutually beneficial goal  Who is involved?  What does each partner bring to the table?  Are we communicating effectively?  Is corporate governance in place – is there mutual trust?  Are roles and responsibilities clearly defined?  Who owns this partnership?
  8. 8. Building Effective partnerships Building Partnership Understanding the needs of stakeholders Listen… Engage, Communicate Deliver value added…
  9. 9. Partnership in Veterinary service Delivery Veterinary products delivery models NGO facilitator model NGO-to-private model Private veterinarian model Public sector capacity Development/Delivery model Private franchise model Organisation
  10. 10. Partnership Landscape Agrovet Dealers National Veterinary Research Institutes Veterinarians Community Health workers Farmers Industry Associations
  11. 11. Partnership that works • Penguins on Iceberg • 6g
  12. 12. Partnerships that works A Partnership is likely to be ineffective if…  Partners do not share the same values and interests. This can make agreements on partnership goals difficult.  There is no sharing of risk, responsibility, accountability or benefits.  The inequalities in partners’ resources and expertise determine their relative influence in the partnership’s decision making.  One person or partner has all the power and/or drives the process.  There is a hidden motivation which is not declared to all partners.  The partnership was established just to “keep up appearances’’.  Partnership members do not have the training to identify issues or resolve internal conflicts.  Partners are not chosen carefully, particularly if it is difficult to “de-partner”.
  13. 13. Slide 13 Take Home message 1. PPP involves Give and Take 2. All partners must be committed to the vision 3. Successful PPP needs human and fiscal resources 4. Start small, make mistakes learn & progress  Clear Role Definition – Dialogue at PPP FORUM  Proactive response from the private sector and Collective Action Organisations  Invest in human capital  Learn from global lessons The Expert Draws - 7 Perpendicular Lines
  14. 14. Slide 14 “As we look ahead into the next Century, Leaders will be those who empower others” Bill Gates. The ideal leader of the future is a person skilled at building partnerships inside and outside the organization.
  15. 15. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. better lives through livestock ILRI thanks all donors and organizations who globally supported its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system