As part of its supervisory roles on programs and projects funded by DGIS, two staff from the Embassy and Consulate of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Nigeria (Christopher Brian and Mariska Lammers) visited two 2SCALE Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Kano State, Nigeria. The visit was made on Monday 5th July 2021 with the aim of assessing the status, progress, achievements, and challenges 2SCALE partnerships focused on horticulture and sorghum PPPs. The venue of the visit was at Dan-Hassan Vegetable Agribusiness Cluster, Kura Kano state. The two EKN staff had a comprehensive interactive session with the value chain actors in the two partnerships.The first set of people they engaged in discussion were representatives from the two business champions representatives: namely Royal Blue Contractor Limited (Horticulture PPP) and Adefunke Desh Company (Sorghum PPP). The two business champions expressed their gratitude to EKN for funding 2SCALE which has greatly impacted their business positively. For Adefunke Desh, their partnership with 2SCALE in the sorghum value chain has tremendously increased their aggregation capacity. Within the space of two years (2019-2021) they have doubled their warehousing capacity to accommodate the increased volume of grains they off-take from the smallholder farmers which were organized by 2SCALE. This support has made it possible for them to meet up with the demand of their clients (Nestle and Guinness PLC). For Royal Blue Contractors, though the partnership with 2SCALE in the Horticulture PPP is relatively new, they can already see the potential of reaching 2,000 smallholder vegetable farmers with quality inputs like vegetable seeds, fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides.