Implementation of final QNFSP policy prescriptions will be jointly undertaken by stakeholders in both the public and private sectors through the creation of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). A variety of PPPs will collectively serve as a vehicle for the collaboration of governmental bodies and key industrial establishments on the delivery of long-term infrastructure assets and related services for the four areas of economic activity that are encompassed by the QNFSP Master Plan.
Such partnerships will adopt a sustainable-systems approach and will have a range of applications, including the development of public agricultural policy; optimization of farming operations from production to consumption; renewable energy utilization; and solar-powered seawater desalination for irrigation purposes.
The government will commit substantial financial resources to the development of the farming sector. In addition, the government will establish a specialized advisory service that will extend technical assistance to farmers so as to upgrade their ability to transform their farms into productive and profitable commercial enterprises.
In line with the principles of the PPP, private sector companies will also be encouraged to set up shop in the government-established Agro-Industrial Park. Taking advantage of Qatar's emerging infrastructure, such companies will not only be able to contribute to meeting domestic food consumption demands, but also be able to sell their goods on the international market.
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