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Roles and Functions of SAGCOT Clusters
The broad roles and functions broken down among the different partners in the SAGCOT Public-Private Partnership can be summarized as follows:Private Companies: Establishing of businesses, products or services produced within the cluster and the impact made (amount invested, farmers reached, jobs created, volumes sold, new technologies used, capacity of farms or factories and land acquired (ha) including green growth).
Government (LGA and Central Government)– Improving the business environment including policy constraints worked on and infrastructure projects, ensuring compliance- including compliance to green growth principles.
Non State Actors– What they do to support the SAGCOT agenda: Project Implementation, advocacy including green growth (social, economic and environmental issues) addressed.
SAGCOT Centre Ltd (Brokers)-Facilitating investments and coordinating stakeholders in the cluster and catalyzing relationships and business linkages, encouraging networking among partners.
Farmers Organizations-The best risk takers in farming. The producers who feed all other partners. They are the focus of the SAGCOT Initiative who require support to bring about widespread agricultural transformation in the country. (emerging Farmers) regarding their responses and reactions to the efforts of LGA, Non-State Actors and Private Companies
Development Partners and GoT- Financing support for the transformation envisioned, supporting research and new Innovations, capacity development of actors including green growth.