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Building effective partnerships. The reality…. 2012: 2 billion people malnourished generating heath and productivity challenges 2050 world population: 9 billion people 70 % to 100 % increase of food production needed increasingly scarce resources, changing climate…

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The reality
The reality…

  • 2012: 2 billion people malnourished generating heath and productivity challenges

  • 2050 world population: 9 billion people

  • 70 % to 100 % increase of food production needed

  • increasingly scarce resources, changing climate…

  • 1980 – 2004: 16% cut for agriculture assistance

  • Agriculture = 4% of public spending in developing countries.

  • Average Sub-Saharan African farmer:

    • just over a ton of cereal/acre

    • poor access to and use of tools, techniques, and productive resources

  • Limited and slow access to investment

  • Institutional and financial gaps, knowledge gaps in research & development of technologies, methodologies, as well as the conservation and production of suitable varieties and breeds.



Non market-based relationship between AVET demand and offer

NGO interference

Public interference

(Extension Officers

& facilitators)

Training Providers

Smallholder

Farmers

Large-scale Farm

& Investors (PPP)

?

Unemployed

Youth

The demand

The Offer

Farm Field Schools

Women

Youth Groups

and Clubs

Rural Household

(Families)

Farmer Groups

& Associations

From project approach to market system approach



Avet actor constellation map

Donors chain?

Public Sector

Regulators

Directorate of Industrial Training

DIT

Ministry of Education

& Sports

Ministry of Local

Government

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal

Industry & Fisheries

Ministry of Labour,

Gender & Social

Ministry of Water

& Environment

Facilitator

Smallholder

Farmers

Facilitator

Implementers

Private Sector

Farm Field Schools

Farmer Groups

& Associations

Unemployed

Youth

(Extension Officers

& facilitators)

Women

Youth Groups

and Clubs

Large-scale Farm

& Investors (PPP)

Training Providers

Rural Household

(Families)

Intermediaries

Services

Independent

Consultants

University/

Research Inst.

Local NGOs

& CBOs

Input Providers

Embedded Services

Finance Institutions

(Banks and Micro)

Buyers

(Market Linkages)

AVET actor constellation map


Building effective development processes and structures with compatible goals, sharing the work, risks and results or proceeds.

  • solutions to complex issues;

  • combine efforts to shared opportunities;

  • do more with less

  • eliminate overlap & duplication;

  • integrate ideas, activities and goals

  • shared knowledge and ideas.

  • shared authority,

  • joint investment of resources,

  • mutual benefits,

  • share risk, responsibility & accountability.


Which key players can be identified in the skills training chain?

AVET partnership Schematic Design

Government

MAAF, MoE&S, MLG,MLG MOF&P

Public policy

Voice

accountability

R&D

Curriculum

Training

Providers

NGOs, Associations

Private Sector

AVET

Training

Providers

Incentives

Incentives

Development Partners


Optimising contribution to good quality relevant agricultural skills training
Optimising contribution to good quality relevant agricultural skills training?

  • Understand the AVET market dynamics

  • Put the main actors at the center, including

    • demand side: rural households, SMEs

    • Offer side: AVET service providers

  • Connect the agriculture sector with supporting sectors generating off-farm employment market

  • Measure impacts in terms of employability and agriculture sub-sectors’ performances

  • Develop inclusive, gender sensitive & systemic financing mechanisms all along the AVET chain system


Which collaboration is needed for an effective program
Which collaboration is needed for an effective program? agricultural skills training?

  • Develop private sector led AVET intelligence

    • Which skills are needed and where?

    • Which AVET services are offered and where?

    • How to fill the quantitative & qualitative gaps?

  • Co-creation, incubation, financing & mentoring of AVET business solutions (PPP, joint venture…)

  • Engage supporting sectors such as ICT, energy, transport, environment & biodiversity conservation

  • Documenting processes, learning, up-scaling


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