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Bangladesh Milk Market LEAF

Bangladesh Milk Market LEAF

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Intercooperation-LEAF: Value Chain Analysis Report of the Milk Market in Bangladesh 1 of 42 
 
SDC’s Sustainable Land use Programme, Bangladesh Programme Management & support Unit 
Value chain analysis report of the milk Market in Bangladesh 
C.K. RAO and Puis Odermatt
Livelihoods, Empowerment and Agroforestry Project
June 2006
 
 
Intercooperation-LEAF: Value Chain Analysis Report of the Milk Market in Bangladesh 2 of 42 
Table of Content
Acknowledgements...............................................................................................................3List of abbreviations.............................................................................................................41. Summary............................................................................................................................52. Introduction and objectives..............................................................................................73. Overview of the dairy market in Bangladesh..................................................................8
3.1. Trends in production, consumption, imports and prices...................................................83.2. Analysis of the dairy market and supply chain...............................................................103.2.1. Primary milk production........................................................................................103.2.2. Formal sector consisting of private and cooperative processors..........................113.2.3. The informal sector remains pre-dominant...........................................................143.3. Policy framework............................................................................................................17
4. Potentials and strategies to collaborate with processors...........................................18
4.1. Key strategies and approaches with respect to the formal sector..................................184.2. Key strategies and approaches with respect to the informal sector...............................184.2.1. Building LEAF expertise for the dairy subsector...................................................214.2.2. Approach for the formal sector.............................................................................214.2.3. Approach for the informal sector..........................................................................214.2.4. Strengthening the sub-sector...............................................................................224.2.5. Policy debate........................................................................................................22References............................................................................................................................23
Annexes:
1.Actors in the supply chain of liquid milk from farmer to the collections centers..................242. Workshop 21.6.06.............................................................................................................253. Terms of Reference...........................................................................................................37 4. Programme........................................................................................................................40 5. Overview of the major milk processors in the formal sector..............................................41
 
 
 
Intercooperation-LEAF: Value Chain Analysis Report of the Milk Market in Bangladesh 3 of 42 
Acknowledgements 
We would like to thank Intercooperation Bangladesh for giving us an opportunity to conductthe assignment. It was pleasure in working with Mr.Bruno Poitevin, Adviser who has beenproviding excellent support to the mission. The visit to Rajshahi, Dinajpur and Bogra wasnot only interesting but fruit full and generated lot of inputs. Mr. Shamim Hossain PO wasvery informative and guided the mission by providing information. We would like toacknowledge the support of Regional office teams of Rajshahi, Dinajpur and Bogra andwithout their involvement the mission would not have achieved its objectives. All the staff ofIC who has been assisting the mission were worth praising. The CBO members despite oftheir busy agricultural operations have been helping us participating in village meetings forwhich the mission is highly grateful to them. Finally the mission would like to express itsgratitude to the management of Milk Vita, PRAN, BRAC and Professor M. Shamsuddin fortheir excellent cooperation in providing the information to the mission.
More details:
IntercooperationHouse 2F NE (D), Road 73 GGulshan – 2Dhaka – 1212Tell: 88 02 8815688, 8827633, 8829208Fax: 88 02 8819688E-mail:Intercooperation.bangladesh@intercooperation-bd.org 
Contact Person:
Mr. Bruno PoitevinAdviser - IntercooperationE-mail:bruno.poitevin@intercooperation-bd.org 

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