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Public Private Partnership
Performance Enhancement Project
Presented by lao group
Bangkok, 31/10/2012
What is PPP
• A Public private partnership (PPP) is a long-term
contract between a private entity and community,
• Where the private company is involved in delivering
public infrastructure service through some
combination of financing, designing, constructing,
operating, and maintaining an infrastructure asset. g a
• The private company is then repaid through either
revenue collected from user fees or government
payments that depend on the availability of the
service, or both.
Priority areas/Issues needed to be
enhanced
• Public-Private-Partnership for sustainable rural
development : Coffee plantation and coffee
production.
• Knowledge management
• Capacity building of coffee producers for their
benefit
• Make the community stand for what is right for
them
• Develop community leadership skills
• Create linkages between producers
Identification of PEP Team
• Coffee producers in Bolavens plateau ( cover 03
Provinces : Sekong ,Champassack and Saravane)
• Knowledge management organizaton (Such as
AGPC and GOV)
Purpose of the PEP
• The Bolaven Plateau Coffee Producers’ Groups Association (AGPC) is
an organization of coffee producers consisting of 53 groups and
comprising of 2,625 families that produce coffee. The AGPC was
legally created on the 7th August 2007, in order to help its
members produce and market gourmet coffees.
Main Purposes
• Provide a better price to members for quality coffee
• Secure competitive price for through competition with traders.
• Increase farmers negotiation skills
• Increase production through adoption of best technologies
• Quality improvement
• Improve packaging, branding
• Improve national and international image of Lao coffee
Specific Objectives
SMART objectives:
• Sustainable production of coffee in Plateau (3
provinces) and supply of high quality coffee in local and
international market.
• Economically sound farmers families manages and
expands coffee plantation (By organic methode)
• Attracting more private investment to mobilize
additional finance and more rapidly meet producers
needs
• Prioritizing PPP projects to improve efficiencies, control
timing and cost, and attract private sector expertise.
Key results to be achieved
• Well trained farmers provides leadership to
community
• Capable farmers to study market and do price
negotiations
• Farmers are able to present their skills to
guests and visitors
• Developed vision of farmers for further
development and step by step action plan
Stake holders analysis
• Group of farmers (Implementation)
• Traders (PPP)
• IFAD, SNRMPEP, Traders and Public sector (
Knowledge management)
• AGPC (Resource Mobilization)
• Department of industry and trade (to ease the
export of coffee)
Risk Analysis
• Assumptions
– There is no resettlement because of foreign direct
investment
– Expanded coffee plantation in the region
– Company provide regular services to coffee
producers at very competitive prices
– Farmers adopts modern technology
Outline action plan for implementation
• Reorganizing group
• Identification of company to develop PPP
• Knowledge management network with the support of IFAD,
SNRMPEP and Public sector
• Seminar on learning route PPP with partnership ( Jan 2013)
• Further capacity building of group members (March 2013)
• Installation of wet coffee mille for 20 villages ( April 2013)
• Expansion of coffee plantation (May 2013)
• Training of leadership, branding and knowledge management
(March 2013)
• Training on packaging and branding (June 2013)
• Training on land management (July 2013)
• Economic impact assessment (March 2014)
Identification of special requirements
• Technical support from private sector and
Public sector.
• Knowledge management support from PAFO,
SNRMPEP.
• Land management support from department
of agriculture and NAFRI.
• Quality control ( PAFO, ACT, PICO and ACL ).
PPP structure
Private
sector
Public
sector
PPP
Donors
Farmers
PPP
• Public
( PAFO , DAFO, SNRMPEP )
• Private
(ACL, PICO, ACT, FLO, NAPP, Green Hill , Enterprise )
• Donors
( IFAD , ADB )
• Farmers
The total amount of this proposal is
resumed in following table
Reorganizing group
160 000
Identification of company to develop PPP
Knowledge management network with the support of IFAD, SNRMPEP and
Public sector
Seminar on learning route PPP with partnership
50 000
Further capacity building of group members
20 000
Installation of wet coffee mille for 20 villages
140 000
30 000
10 000
Expansion of coffee plantation
30 000
Training of leadership, branding and knowledge management
20 000
Training on packaging and branding
10 000
Training on land management
10 000
Economic impact assessment
20 000
Administration & management cost
Contingency
200 000
5 000
Total in USD
705 000
Centre de Kapheu
15
Centre de Phokem
16
Centre de Nongchoua
17
Utilisation de la prime pour la construction
Utilisation de la prime pour la construction

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