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    Partnering capacities for inclusive development in food provisioning
    Vellema, Sietze ; Schouten, Greetje ; Tulder, Rob Van - \ 2019
    Development Policy Review (2019). - ISSN 0950-6764
    business models - deliberation - embeddedness - institutional work - partnerships

    Context: This article focuses on partnerships working on inclusive development and food security in agri-food chains and agribusiness clusters that may feature institutional arrangements reinforcing inequality or inducing exclusion. Research question: The article develops a theory-driven capacity framework for investigating how intervention strategies related to partnering generate developmental outcomes. Methods: Building on action–research and drawing on complementary literature streams, the framework distinguishes four specific capacities that individually and in configuration contribute to processes of inclusive development triggered by partnering processes. The framework is applied to two case examples targeting inclusive development in agri-food chains and agribusiness clusters in domestic food markets in Benin and Nigeria. Results: Four capacities that enable partnerships to contribute to inclusive development are distinguished: deliberative, alignment, transformative and fitting capacity. Processes of inclusive development emerge from mobilizing and combining these complementary capacities. Capacities emerging in evolving joint actions, negotiations and deliberations in partnering processes generate developmental outcomes, which are not self-evident results of partnerships. Presence of the four capacities propels the partnership’s influence on transforming the terms of inclusion for specific groups. Policy implications: The differentiation of specific capacities embedded in partnering processes contrasts with generic partnership formulas focusing on the formalized and organizational features of partnerships and emphasizing sharing of resources and inputs. For partnerships to make a development impact, new capacities need to be developed and mobilized. This underscores the importance of skilful and experienced facilitators.

    Samenwerking in beeld met het Partnership Canvas
    Doorneweert, R.B. ; Stokkers, R. ; Jong, D. de - \ 2016
    DLO - 16
    zeildoek - vennootschappen - multifunctionele landbouw - recreatie - boerderijtoerisme - toerisme - canvas - partnerships - multifunctional agriculture - recreation - farm tourism - tourism
    In deze publicatie laten we zien hoe partnerschappen worden ingezet in boerderijverblijfconcepten in de multifunctionele landbouw. In de multifunctionele landbouw zijn partnerschappen van groot belang. Ze kunnen agrarische ondernemers helpen om de beperkingen van beschikbare arbeid, vaardigheden en middelen van het eigen bedrijf te ontstijgen. Wat de ondernemer zelf niet direct ter beschikking heeft, kan worden opgevangen door een partner die wel de complementaire eigenschappen heeft. We zullen twee boerderijverblijfcases met elkaar vergelijken om te leren hoe ze in elkaar zitten en te evalueren op hun effectiviteit. De tools Business Model Canvas en het Partnership Canvas kunnen zinvol zijn om uw samenwerking tegen het licht te houden en te verbeteren.
    The MSP guide : How to design and facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships
    Brouwer, J.H. ; Woodhill, A.J. ; Hemmati, M. ; Verhoosel, K.S. ; Vugt, S.M. van - \ 2016
    Wageningen : Practical Action Publishing Ltd - ISBN 9781853399657 - 180
    multi-stakeholder processen - samenwerking - vennootschappen - ontwerp - governance - duurzame ontwikkeling - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - sociaal leren - innovaties - ontwikkeling - multi-stakeholder processes - cooperation - partnerships - design - governance - sustainable development - sustainability - social learning - innovations - development
    Getting partnerships to work : a technography of the selection, making and distribution of improved planting material in the Kenyan Central Highlands
    Ndubi, J.M. - \ 2015
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Paul Richards, co-promotor(en): Sietze Vellema. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789462571150 - 153
    plantenveredeling - voedselzekerheid - bananen - aardappelen - technologie - innovaties - landbouwontwikkeling - vennootschappen - samenwerking - kenya - oost-afrika - afrika - plant breeding - food security - bananas - potatoes - technology - innovations - agricultural development - partnerships - cooperation - kenya - east africa - africa

    In Kenya, bananas and Irish potatoes are important staple crops. In the early 1990s, the crops were devastated by plant diseases resulting in immensely declined productivity and vulnerability of smallholder farmers. To address this problem, disease resistant varieties and tissue culture technology were introduced through partnerships. This thesis examines the working of these partnerships in the process of selecting, multiplying and disseminating improved planting materials under changeable and sometimes unanticipated social and material conditions, and whether this enabled technical change. The study describes how partnerships shape and manage technical change and how distributed task groups coordinate their actions. Partnerships organise and set in motion an evolving chain of sequential socio-technical practices, which incrementally generate technical change. Hence, partnerships are more than just an organisational tool for resource augmentation. Making partnerships work requires constant handling of the politics of selection procedures, the unanticipated consequences of material and technical problems, and the governance and control dimensions of team and group work. The study highlights the often hidden processes coordinating distributed skills and competences and the micro-politics of selection and performance as core elements for making partnerships work. The technographic approach made this visible in the performance of research teams, laboratories and collectively managed nurseries of multiplication sites. The study concludes that partnerships, as an organisational fix, are not a panacea for complicated problems, and a more thorough debate about the conditions under which partnerships may work – and for whom – is needed.

    The MSP guide : how to design and facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships
    Brouwer, J.H. ; Woodhill, A.J. ; Hemmati, M. ; Verhoosel, K.S. ; Vugt, S.M. van - \ 2015
    Wageningen : Centre for Development Innovation Wageningen UR - ISBN 9789462575424 - 184
    multi-stakeholder processen - samenwerking - vennootschappen - ontwerp - governance - duurzame ontwikkeling - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - sociaal leren - innovaties - ontwikkeling - multi-stakeholder processes - cooperation - partnerships - design - governance - sustainable development - sustainability - social learning - innovations - development
    From innovation to co-innovation? An exploration of African agrifood chains
    Bitzer, V.C. ; Bijman, J. - \ 2015
    British Food Journal 117 (2015)8. - ISSN 0007-070X - p. 2182 - 2199.
    global value chains - south-africa - developing-countries - systems-approach - ethiopia - partnerships - insights - creation - farmers - quality
    Purpose – Building on recent advances in innovation research on developing country agriculture, this paper explores the concept of co-innovation, i.e. innovations that combine technological, organisational and institutional changes and that encompass different actors in and around the value chain. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to a further conceptualisation of co-innovation and show its usefulness for analysing innovation initiatives in agrifood chains. Design/methodology/approach – The paper combines two streams of literature (innovation systems and value chains) and is based on a review of the experiences with innovation in three different value chains in three African countries: potato in Ethiopia, pineapple in Benin and citrus in South Africa. Findings – Co-innovation is the combination of collaborative, complementary and coordinated innovation. “Collaborative” refers to the multi-actor character of the innovation process, where each actor brings in specific knowledge and resources. “Complementary” indicates the smart combination of technological, organisational and institutional innovation. “Coordinated” draws attention to the importance of chain-wide adjustments and changes to make innovation in one stage of the chain a success. Practical implications – The identified dimensions of co-innovation (the triple “co-”) provide a practical guide for the design of effective interventions aimed at promoting innovation in African agrifood chains. Originality/value – The paper is the first to provide a comprehensive conceptualisation of co-innovation. On the basis of both theoretical arguments and evidence from three illustrative case studies it is argued that successful innovation in agrifood chains requires the innovation process to be collaborative, coordinated and complementary.
    Food safety and urban food markets in Vietnam: The need for flexible and customized retail modernization policies
    Wertheim-Heck, S.C.O. ; Vellema, S. ; Spaargaren, G. - \ 2015
    Food Policy 54 (2015). - ISSN 0306-9192 - p. 95 - 106.
    supermarkets - opportunities - partnerships - governance - transition - thailand - health - world - rise
    Access to safe and healthy food is a crucial element of food security. In Vietnam the safety of daily vegetables is of great concern to both consumers and policymakers. To mitigate food safety risks, the Vietnamese government enforces rules and regulations and relies strongly on a single approach for organizing food provision; being modernizing retail by replacing wet markets with supermarkets. In general, reorganizing food provision in this way is increasingly considered to be a guarantee for food safety, especially in urban settings with growing populations. To assess the effectiveness of this induced retail modernization of the fresh vegetables market in Vietnam’s capital Hanoi, this paper examines for whom and under which conditions does this approach deliver the desired outcomes. The survey data and interviews show that ongoing retail modernization in Hanoi reaches only a minor segment of the population and drives a large group of shoppers into informal vending structures. On the basis of five case studies, this paper demonstrates how similar supermarket interventions can yield contrasting outcomes when they do not accommodate for differences in shopper population and do not adapt to variations in the urban conditions. To reduce exposure to unsafe food, particularly for poorer segments of the population, we conclude that developing a flexible portfolio of retail modernization pathways and adopting a reflexive policy approach provide better impact and leverage, as opposed to the current trend of promoting supermarkets as a single, ideal-type form of food shopping.
    Tourism-conservation enterprises for community livelihoods and biodiversity conservation in Kenya
    Nthiga, R.W. ; Duim, V.R. van der; Visseren-Hamakers, I.J. ; Lamers, M.A.J. - \ 2015
    Development Southern Africa 32 (2015)3. - ISSN 0376-835X - p. 407 - 423.
    partnerships - ecotourism - management - wildlife - africa
    Tourism-conservation enterprises (TCEs), such as eco-lodges, are a relatively new strategy of the African Wildlife Foundation for enhancing community livelihoods and wildlife conservation in wildlife-rich areas outside state-protected areas in sub-Saharan Africa. This article investigates the extent to which TCEs succeed in meeting these objectives by focusing on two enterprises in Kenya: the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille and the Koija Starbeds. Empirical data were gathered between October 2010 and March 2013 through semi-structured interviews, focus group discussions, literature review and document analysis. Both TCEs demonstrated significant contributions to employment, education, healthcare and security. Compared with the Starbeds, the Sanctuary realised a much larger conservation area and more pronounced biodiversity recovery. The analysis showed that the contribution of TCEs to livelihoods and biodiversity conservation depends on the nature of the partnership arrangement, as well as the local, national and international contexts in which they operate.
    How democratic innovations realise democratic goods. Two case studies of area committees in the Netherlands
    Mattijssen, T. ; Behagel, J.H. ; Buijs, A.E. - \ 2015
    Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (2015)6. - ISSN 0964-0568 - p. 997 - 1014.
    governance networks - changing-role - legitimacy - participation - management - citizen - state - partnerships - framework - policy
    Participatory planning is becoming increasingly integral to governance. Numerous planning innovations are developed which aim to increase democratic legitimacy and improve decision making. This paper critically reflects on a typical Dutch innovation: the area committee. Based on two individual case studies, we investigate whether area committees realise democratic legitimacy in existing planning practices. Analytically, we focus on four democratic goods: inclusiveness, popular control, considered judgement and transparency. Based on the interdependencies between area committees and government structures we discuss the potential and dilemmas for the area committee to contribute to the democratic legitimacy of environmental policy and rural development.
    Metropolitan food supply: commitment mission Egypt
    Broek, W.H.A.M. van den; Boerrigter, H.A.M. ; Waldhauer, N. - \ 2014
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research (Report / Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research 1511) - ISBN 9789462573536 - 13
    verse producten - vennootschappen - egypte - ketenmanagement - agro-industriële ketens - voedselvoorziening - fresh products - partnerships - egypt - supply chain management - agro-industrial chains - food supply
    The present study is to investigate the commitment of potential participants to contribute to these opportunities and what their conditions are to the 3 main activities.
    Governance of tourism conservation partnerships: lessons from Kenya
    Nthiga, R.W. - \ 2014
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Rene van der Duim, co-promotor(en): Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers; B.E.L. Wishitemi. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789462571662 - 231
    toerisme - duurzame ontwikkeling - wildbescherming - natuurbescherming - vennootschappen - governance - bewonersparticipatie - kenya - tourism - sustainable development - wildlife conservation - nature conservation - partnerships - governance - community participation - kenya

    Governance of Tourism Conservation Partnerships: Lessons from Kenya

    Rita Wairimu Nthiga

    Since the 19th century nature conservation in Eastern Africa has evolved in different stages. Initial interventions emerged as a result of the decline and potential extinction of species for sport hunting. Colonial administrations thus started by formulating hunting regulations and licenses. More structured efforts began after the Second World War with the setting aside of national parks and reserves referred to as a ‘preservationist’ approach to conservation. To address some of the weaknesses of this approach, a community paradigm, that sought to integrate the objectives of biodiversity conservation with objectives of socio-economic development, emerged in the 1980s.

    With the shift from ‘government to governance’, a variety of actors, including governments, NGOs and donor organizations, began to support market-based initiatives as a reaction to the flaws of community-based initiatives, including tourism-based ones, aimed at achieving conservation goals while at the same time addressing development challenges. In these programmes the partnership model has been increasingly adopted as a preferred mode of governance for addressing the objectives of conservation and development. In this thesis I analyze and explain the nature of governance in tourism conservation-development partnerships. The thesis studies two tourism-conservation-development partnerships in Kenya: the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille and the Koija Starbeds partnerships. Data collection involved the use of semi-structured interviews, document analysis and literature review, observations and informal discussions and focus group discussions.

    This thesis studied the governance of the two partnerships making use of the concepts of participation, transparency, accountability, equity, and effectiveness. Although these concepts are also known as prescriptive ‘good governance’ principles, this thesis departed from this normative view of ‘good governance’ and applies the concepts in an analytical way to study and understand the nature of governance in the partnerships. Moreover, it also examined the inter-relationships between participation, transparency, accountability, equity, and effectiveness, power-relations among the actors involved, as well as the local, national and international contexts in which these partnerships operate. The thesis therefore aimed to answer the following research question: What is the nature of governance of the partnerships in terms of participation, transparency, accountability, equity, and effectiveness, and how can this be explained?

    The results reveal both similarities and differences between the partnerships and show that governance in both partnerships is influenced by challenges related to among others un-balanced power-relations, inadequate local institutions, un-supportive legislative and cultural frameworks and cultural constraints. Despite these governance challenges both partnerships make important contributions to livelihoods and conservation. The research further reveals that partnerships are not simple institutions but comprise of ‘nested’ institutions which make their governance complex. In the thesis I therefore conclude that for partnerships to realize their potentials, they must be more consciously governed at the partnership level - by the various partners - and as a governance instrument more generally- by various societal actors.

    Zonnehoeve draagt over met nieuwe rechtsvormen : wordt vervolgd : bedrijfscontinuïteit in de biologische landbouw : deel 34
    Alebeek, F.A.N. van; Stokkers, R. ; Boxtel, M. van - \ 2014
    Ekoland 34 (2014)4. - ISSN 0926-9142 - p. 26 - 27.
    multifunctionele landbouw - biologische landbouw - biologisch-dynamische landbouw - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - ondernemerschap - agrarisch eigendomsrecht - vennootschappen - bedrijfsopvolging - multifunctional agriculture - organic farming - biodynamic farming - farm management - entrepreneurship - farmers' rights - partnerships - succession
    Complexe multifunctionele bedrijven: hoe draag je die in z’n geheel over? In het vorige nummer de theorie, nu de praktijk. Zonnehoeve in Zeewolde wordt overgedragen aan meerdere ondernemers, en werkt daarbij met in de landbouw ongebruikelijke rechtsvormen.
    Overdracht met nieuwe combinatie van rechtsvormen
    Stokkers, R. ; Alebeek, F.A.N. van; Boxtel, M. van - \ 2014
    Ekoland 34 (2014)3. - ISSN 0926-9142 - p. 26 - 27.
    multifunctionele landbouw - ondernemerschap - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - eigendomsoverdrachten - bedrijfsopvolging in de landbouw - vennootschappen - biologische landbouw - multifunctional agriculture - entrepreneurship - farm management - property transfers - farm succession - partnerships - organic farming
    Complexe multifunctionele bedrijven kennen verschillende activiteiten, die bij elkaar een geheel vormen. Landbouw plus zorg, verwerking,verkoop, recreatie of educatie. Als de oorspronkelijke ondernemer wil overdragen, hoe pak je dat dan het beste aan?
    Alliances in the Dutch BeweegKuur lifestyle intervention
    Hartog-van den Esker, F.G. den; Wagemakers, A. ; Vaandrager, L. ; Dijk, M. van; Koelen, M.A. - \ 2014
    Health Education Journal 73 (2014)5. - ISSN 0017-8969 - p. 576 - 587.
    health-promotion - qualitative research - coordinated action - primary-care - partnerships - sustainability - programs - facilitate - obesity - scale
    Objective: BeweegKuur (Exercise Therapy) is a Dutch lifestyle programme in which participants are referred by a general practitioner (GP) to a lifestyle advisor. To support participants, regional and local alliances are established. The present study explored the successes and challenges associated with collaboration processes in local BeweegKuur alliances. Design: A qualitative explorative study. Setting: The Netherlands Institute for Sports and Physical Activity (NISB) initiated the Building BeweegKuur Alliances project to support local alliances. The BeweegKuur intervention is implemented by over 30 regional and about 150 local alliances throughout the Netherlands. Method: 12 in-depth interviews were held with coordinators of the alliances, and four focus groups were held with regional and local alliance partners. Results: Collaboration within the alliances is perceived as successful in integrating prevention and care. Challenges include the participation of sectors such as the local municipality and the sports sector, and the transition of BeweegKuur participants to local sports facilities. Conclusion: This study identifies three general conditions for successful coordinated action: (a) flexible protocols and management that allow for contextual adaptations; (b) making successes and challenges visible using facilitating methods and tools; and (c) time and funding to overcome differences of culture between different sectors, and to build trust.
    Reviewing the main characteristics of the international forest regime complex and partial explanations for its fragmentation
    Giessen, L. - \ 2013
    International Forestry Review 15 (2013)1. - ISSN 1465-5489 - p. 60 - 70.
    global governance - climate-change - united-nations - policy - partnerships - lessons - back
    The objectives of this review article are, firstly, to provide an overview of the literature on the main characteristics of what is referred to as the international forest regime and secondly, based on this, to review explanations for fragmentation as its core characteristic. A third aim of the article is to propose fields for future policy-oriented research on global forest governance, the international forest regime and its fragmentation. The article discusses different strands of literature and academic views on the existence and main characteristics of an international forest regime. It regards the recent notion of an international forest regime complex to be a fruitful topic for future research proposals and finds that fragmentation is its analytical core characteristic. In addition, the article reviews partial explanations for the great relevance of fragmentation in the case of the forest regime complex. It discriminates between domestic factors and causes as opposed to those resulting from the international system. Based on the review, the article suggests, lastly, fields for future research on global forest governance, the international forest regime complex and its fragmentation.
    Editorial: International forest governance regimes: Reconciling concerns on timber legality and forest-based livelihoods.
    Wiersum, F. ; Lescuyer, G. ; Nketiah, K.S. ; Wit, M. - \ 2013
    Forest Policy and Economics 32 (2013). - ISSN 1389-9341 - p. 1 - 5.
    partnerships
    Unravelling the role of innovation platforms in supporting co-evolution of innovation: Contributions and tensions in a smallholder dairy development programme
    Kilelu, C.W. ; Klerkx, L.W.A. ; Leeuwis, C. - \ 2013
    Agricultural Systems 118 (2013). - ISSN 0308-521X - p. 65 - 77.
    agricultural innovation - systems - networks - technology - brokers - africa - intermediation - partnerships - management - lessons
    The agricultural innovation systems approach emphasizes the collective nature of innovation and stresses that innovation is a co-evolutionary process, resulting from alignment of technical, social, institutional and organizational dimensions. These insights are increasingly informing interventions that focus on setting up multi-stakeholder initiatives, such as innovation platforms and networks, as mechanisms for enhancing agricultural innovation, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. There has been much emphasis on how such platforms are organized, but only limited analysis unravelling how they shape co-evolution of innovation processes. This paper addresses this gap and conceptualizes platforms as intermediaries that connect the different actors in innovation systems in order to foster effective co-evolution. We present a case study of a smallholder dairy development programme in Kenya, led by a consortium of five organizations that provide a platform for building multi-actor partnerships to enhance smallholder dairy productivity and improve livelihoods. The findings indicate that co-evolution of innovation is a highly dynamic process with various interactional tensions and unexpected effects, and that the distributed nature of intermediation is important in resolving some of these tensions emerging at different actor interfaces. However, platforms are not always able to adapt adequately to emerging issues. This points to the need to look at platforms dynamically and pay more attention to mechanisms that strengthen feedback, learning and adaptive management in innovation processes
    Comparing urban sanitation and solid waste management in East African metropolises: The role of civil society organizations
    Tukahirwa, J. ; Mol, A.P.J. ; Oosterveer, P.J.M. - \ 2013
    Cities 30 (2013). - ISSN 0264-2751 - p. 204 - 211.
    institutional pluralism - participation - partnerships - tanzania - access
    Sanitation and solid waste management systems have recently received major attention through the United Nation Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Increasingly, the role of civil society organizations – most notably Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) – in providing sanitation and solid waste management services to underserved, marginalized, poor or hardly accessible areas and communities is widely celebrated, as fully public and private schemes are thought to be less capable and willing to serve these areas and groups effectively. But little is known about the actual performance of NGOs and CBOs in urban environmental service provisioning in East African cities. This study explores and compares the extent and success of civil society organizations in providing urban sanitation and solid waste services for the poor in the capitals of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Using ideas of modernized mixtures and institutional pluralism we clarify the particular role of civil society institutions among a plurality of urban environmental service arrangements in East African cities. Major differences are found in CBO/NGO involvement in sanitation and solid waste provisioning, in the socio-economic characteristics of NGO/CBO service recipients and non-recipients, and in levels of appreciation of these systems.
    Going for gold in innovation partnerships responsive to food insecurity in Africa : The role of knowledge institutes - Volume 2: Five case studies
    Borman, G.D. ; Lee, J. van der; Schrader, T.H. ; Blomne Sopov, M. ; Spliethoff, P.C. ; Thijssen, M.H. ; Wigboldus, S.A. - \ 2011
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 35
    kennis - kennisoverdracht - onderwijs - innovaties - onderwijsinstellingen - voedselzekerheid - landbouwontwikkeling - capaciteitsopbouw - vennootschappen - afrika - knowledge - knowledge transfer - education - innovations - educational institutions - food security - agricultural development - capacity building - partnerships - africa
    The Dutch ‘gouden driehoek’ (golden triangle) refers to successful partnership in agricultural development between government, sector and knowledge institutes. This has been key in securing food & nutrition in the Netherlands. Could this model be applied to African conditions and be the basis for similar success in relation to food & nutrition security? This report is part of the documentation of an exploration in relation to this question. It documents five examples of effective roles of knowledge institutes in the context of agriculture and fisheries innovation in Africa
    Going for gold in innovation partnerships responsive to food insecurity in Africa : The role of knowledge institutes - Volume 1: Context study
    Wigboldus, S.A. ; Lee, J. van der - \ 2011
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 118
    kennis - onderwijs - innovaties - onderwijsinstellingen - voedselzekerheid - landbouwontwikkeling - capaciteitsopbouw - vennootschappen - afrika - knowledge - education - innovations - educational institutions - food security - agricultural development - capacity building - partnerships - africa
    The Dutch ‘gouden driehoek’ (golden triangle) refers to successful partnership in agricultural development between government, sector and knowledge institutes. This has been key in securing food & nutrition in the Netherlands. Could this model be applied to African conditions and be the basis for similar success in relation to food & nutrition security? This report is part of the documentation of an exploration in relation to this question. It explores the global context of agriculture and food systems as well as current and anticipated challenges that these systems will be facing in the future
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