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Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for Veterinary
Service Delivery
Barbara Wieland, ILRI
HEARD Project Stakeholder Workshop...
Introductions
• MoA
• Somali Region
• Amhara Region
• Oromia Region
• Private Sector
• Public Sector
• NGO
• Education/ext...
Overall objectives HEARD
Increase sustainable livestock productivity and improve the marketing of
livestock products
1. St...
PPP Public-private partnership
Process
Gaps in Vet Service
Identify PPP solutions
Define PPP
Test PPP
Evaluate
Document
Define PPP
Test PPP
Evaluate
Docu...
PPPs to address gaps in vet service delivery
in Ethiopia
Aim: this workshop aims to discuss and prioritise
identified gaps...
Time Sessions
08:30 am Registration
08.45 am Objectives, agenda and introductions
09:15 am Critical gaps in veterinary ser...
Review gaps
Group work
PPP
• Transactional:
• Government procurement of a specific AH/sanitary
service from private vet service providers, initia...
Group work
The aim of this session is to review the gaps and
discuss which of these possibly can be addressed
through a PP...
Group 2
The aim of this session is to move towards planning
of a PPP (each group selects two examples)
• What are the expe...
Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural
Development (HEARD)
EU11th EDF – NIP ETH -
FED/2015/038-008
better lives through livestock
ilri.org
This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 I...
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Presented by Barbara Wieland, ILRI, at the HEARD Project Stakeholder Workshop−PPP Models for Veterinary Service Delivery ILRI, Addis Ababa, 20 June 2019

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  1. 1. Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for Veterinary Service Delivery Barbara Wieland, ILRI HEARD Project Stakeholder Workshop−PPP Models for Veterinary Service Delivery, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 20 June 2019
  2. 2. Introductions • MoA • Somali Region • Amhara Region • Oromia Region • Private Sector • Public Sector • NGO • Education/extension
  3. 3. Overall objectives HEARD Increase sustainable livestock productivity and improve the marketing of livestock products 1. Strengthen the quality of public and private veterinary services and delivery through creation of an enabled and rationalized environment 2. Improving the technical competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) and incentives for veterinary service providers to deliver better and rationalized services 2.1. Veterinary Service delivery: Pilot the veterinary service rationalization roadmap 3. Improving the food safety of primary products of animal origin and better control of zoonotic diseases achieved
  4. 4. PPP Public-private partnership
  5. 5. Process Gaps in Vet Service Identify PPP solutions Define PPP Test PPP Evaluate Document Define PPP Test PPP Evaluate Document Define PPP Test PPP Evaluate Document Define PPP Test PPP Evaluate Document Define PPP Test PPP Evaluate Document Capacity development Regulatory framework Stakeholder engagement Enabling environment PPP models that work Guidelines and training materials for scaling
  6. 6. PPPs to address gaps in vet service delivery in Ethiopia Aim: this workshop aims to discuss and prioritise identified gaps in veterinary service delivery in Ethiopia and identify possible public-private partnership models to address these Objectives: • Understand PPP typologies • Map gaps to possible PPP typologies • Agree on way forward in defining and setting up PPPs
  7. 7. Time Sessions 08:30 am Registration 08.45 am Objectives, agenda and introductions 09:15 am Critical gaps in veterinary service delivery in Ethiopia 09.30 am Experiences of PPP from Kenya Experiences of PPP from Ethiopia PPP experience from Mekelle The use of mobile apps to support diagnosis A. L.P.H.A. (Business Development in the animal health sector) 11:00 am Coffee Break 11.30 am PPP models experiences from OIE 12:30 pm Lunch 1:30pm Group work 1: 03:00 pm Coffee 03.20 pm Group work 2: 4.30 pm Final words – the way forward
  8. 8. Review gaps
  9. 9. Group work
  10. 10. PPP • Transactional: • Government procurement of a specific AH/sanitary service from private vet service providers, initiated and funded by public sector • Collaborative: • Joint commitment between public sector and end- beneficiaries (p.e. producer association)) to delivery mutually agreed policies/outcomes • Transformative: • Establishment of a sustainable capability to deliver otherwise unattainable major programmes, often initiated by private sector Page 12/13
  11. 11. Group work The aim of this session is to review the gaps and discuss which of these possibly can be addressed through a PPP • Review the vet service gaps and select those for which you think a PPP model is appropriate (you can make notes on the sheet with the gap, consult OIE handbook for examples) • To which PPP typology would each PPP fit? Put the gap up to the respective pin board
  12. 12. Group 2 The aim of this session is to move towards planning of a PPP (each group selects two examples) • What are the expected benefits of each of the selected PPP? • Who needs to be involved (in each)? • What are the roles of the key partners involve? • What resources are needed?
  13. 13. Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural Development (HEARD) EU11th EDF – NIP ETH - FED/2015/038-008
  14. 14. better lives through livestock ilri.org This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.

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