Feed the Future Market Systems and Partnerships Activity

Women and men working in a food production factory

MSP: Advancing Learning and Good Practice in Market Systems Development and Private Sector Engagement

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Learn and Discover

Check out highlights below, and explore MSP's Resources page for much more, including tools, research, practical guidance, and opportunities to engage—all organized thematically. 

Graphic showing that learning needs to move from being an internal program function (PROVE and IMPROVE) to a firm and system capacity level (TRANSFORM).

Shifting the Locus of Learning: Catalyzing Private Sector Learning to Drive Systemic Change

Cover pages of 3 briefs in MSD in MEL Clinics Series

The MSD in MEL Clinics Series: Perspectives on Systemic Change, Team Culture and Private Sector Learning

4 icons representing 4 business strategies in the Framework

Women-Inclusive Return on Investment (WI-ROI) Framework

Women selling vegetables in market in Tanzania (photo credit: USAID)

Market Systems Resilience Learning Resources

Man holds an egg in a large hen house.

Towards Transformational Impact: Synergies of Private Sector Engagement and Market Systems Development

Employees assemble tablets at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Primer on Private Sector Engagement for Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations

What We Do

The USAID-funded Feed the Future Market Systems and Partnerships (MSP) Activity is a flexible, global mechanism advancing learning and good practice on market systems development (MSD) and private sector engagement (PSE) within USAID, USAID's implementers, and market actors. Check out the About Us tab for more on MSP. 

Recent Newsletter

MSP is pleased to share its most recent bimonthly newsletter. 

Women in Senegal preparing seedlings: Photo credit: Andrew Pochedly, Peace Corps Senegal

April 2023 Newsletter