Resources

Browse below for useful resources on public-private partnerships in international development. We have also prepared a GLOSSARY to help bridge the gap between government and the business world. If you don’t see a term you’re looking for, use the form to contact us.

Feed the Future is putting America's engine of ingenuity and opportunity to work abroad. We work with American companies, universities and nonprofits to share America's agricultural expertise and entrepreneurial legacy with the world, and that work has benefits back home too...

Visit State.gov to learn more about the Global Partnership Initiative, which is the entry point for collaboration between the U.S. Department of State, the public and private sectors, and civil society to strengthen and deepen U.S. diplomacy and development around the world...

A report highlighting the various ways that USAID can partner with the private sector. 

Visit USAID.gov for the available tools and resources provided to assist private sector organizations and implementing partners in building public-private partnerships.

This 60-minute course explores how USAID partners with the private sector, explains the process for building public-private partnerships and provides information about GDAs.

GDAs are one of the primary vehicles by which USAID partners with the private sector.

A step-by-step guide that walks both public donors and private companies through the complex process of creating effective partnerships with the power to transform smallholder agriculture.

A website dedicated to helping the private sector engage smallholder farmers through competitive grants and knowledge exchange.

Download our value chain charts (pdf, 8.1mb) highlighting value chains Feed the Future invests in, organized by country and region.

On February 22nd, more than 100 representatives from the private sector and the U.S. Government participated in the first Feed the Future Private-...