1. Name of the Project Indicate name of the project. 2. Location Provide name of District/Province. Attach a map of the area, clearly indicating the projects location. Re-location of Government Seed Farm Hangu at Jozara.
District Hangu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Map of the project districts is given as:
3. Authorities responsible for: i. Sponsoring. Government Agriculture Department. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Livestock & Cooperation
Agriculture (Extension) Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. District Director Agriculture, Hangu District. .
Operation and Maintenance.
Concerned Federal Ministry.
4. (a) Plan Provision. If the project is included in the medium term/five year plan, specify actual allocation. The project is reflected in the ADP 2012-13 with an allocation of Rs. 5.00 million and project cost as Rs. 20.00 million. Not Applicable.
If not included in the current plan, what warrants its inclusion and how is it now proposed to be accommodated. If the project is proposed to be financed out of block provision, indicate: Amount Already Committed. N.A.
Total Block Provision N.A.
Amount proposed for this project. N.A.
Balance available. N.A.
(b) Provision in the current PSDP/ADP.
The project is included in the ADP 2011-12 at serial No. 479/110121 with an allocation of Rs. 20.00 million. The project was included in past year’s ADP 2011-12 with an allocation of Rs. 40.00 million. The year passed in site identification/ selection; as at first it was proposed to be established in Jarma Kohat which was distributed amongst the occupants on payment basis. The scheme again proposed in for ADP 201213 which is included.
Project objectives. The objectives of the sector/sub sector as indicated in the medium term/five year plan be reproduced. Indicate objectives of the project and develop a linkage between the proposed project and sectoral objectives.
To promote the use of improved quality seed conforming to national and international quality standards To promote the development of seed industry for improving crop production in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To represent the interests of the seed industry in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To improve communication between the seed industry in the Province and the country. To promote activities that lead to regulatory harmonization in the province to facilitate seed movement. To interact with national and international organization involved in seed activities to promote the interests of the seed industry. To improve communication between seed suppliers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by providing necessary seed industry information and holding meetings, seminars, workshops, etc To advise relevant government regulatory authorities in drafting rules and regulations pertaining to seed trade, etc
In case of revised Projects, indicate objectives of the project, if different from original P.C.1.
5. Description and justification of project. Describe the project and indicate existing facilities in the area and justify the establishment of the Project. Agriculture is a mean stream of our economy. It is a major source of livelihood of the people of Pakistan and shares 22% in the national gross domestic product. The sector also accommodates more than 40% to the labour force. Wheat is staple food of the inhabitants and is grown on 9044385 hectare on country level. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, wheat occupies 759918 hectares (about 9% of the country share). The wheat crop occupies a vital position in Pakistan’s agrarian economy. Its share in terms of percentage area under major crops has remained around 36% for the last three decades (Agricultural Statistics of Pakistan). The production of the wheat crop in Pakistan is handled by private producers, but its marketing and trade have mainly been regulated by the government through ‘support price’ policies announced by the Government of Pakistan at the beginning of each cropping season. According to economic theory, the announcement of ‘support or procurement prices’ at the time of wheat sowing, the practice of wheat procurement, and the size of wheat stocks procured positively affect the area under wheat production and level of wheat production. Despite the fact that the wheat crop contributes significantly toward the economy of Pakistan, there has been little analytical research carried out on its supply and demand determinants, with the exception of some research on the cost of production, supply response, and demand elasticises. Even studies carried out on cost, supply, and demand do not provide a complete picture; for instance, most of the studies carried out on the cost of production provide different estimates for the same crop and year due mainly to over- or underestimation (Arifullah, 2007).
Now the district Director agriculture was asked to submit proposal to functionalize the farm and to produce quality seed of crops. the local elders/feudal. the land was purchased by the Agriculture Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in 1969 for the purpose of seed farm. 25 dated 21/1/2011 that the seed farm Hangu is situated in centralized area of Hangu city and houses are situated around it. The area of that farm was 395 kanals (49. keeping in view its prime location. As far as matter of Hangu farm is concerned.e. For production of required quantity of seed. fruit nursery farm.156 million tonnes i. So to provide seed requirements. Agriculture Extension have only 1500 acres cultivable pieces of land in DIKhan. only 31% of its requirements.Khyber Pakhtunkhwa having 26.896 million populations of settled districts and 4.5 acres piece of land was taken for Sports Complex and 5 Acres for Fauji Foundation Hospital. public sector should have to produce 18.742 metric tonnes of wheat seed. A 2. Mardan and Haripur. should produce 3. C&W Department had constructed a dug well in 1947 which is still functional but insufficient to provide the farm with sufficient irrigational water. politicians etc had tried to snatch this land for their purposes. In the following year. Hangu.37 acres).762 million tonnes of wheat while production for 2010-11 remained 1. He.452 million of FATA. under his letter No. That was why the fruit nursery farm activities were discontinued and it was supposed to produce certified seed of crops for rain fed areas. Economically the public sector should provide 20% of the requirement to maintain balance in demand and supply and rationalize costs of inputs. there is a need of 23400 acres land. Therefore 5
plant protection store and residential buildings for the functionaries). The District Director Agriculture has negotiated with a number of people and also is in search of state land available in Hangu District either in suburbs or adjacent villages to swap the present land with new location. Secondly the farm is purely Barani and in case of drought season the production of the farm could not be used for the seed purpose.the encroachment in the farm can not be controlled. There is also need of establishing infrastructure i. Also discuss the technology aspects of the project.
With the help of this project an area of about 1565 Acres will be brought under canola crop. if is disposed off through open auction. input and output of the project in quantitative terms. farm buildings (implements shed. The land being at a prime location is commercially valuable and can fetch a handsome amount. The demonstration plots would be laid out in the farmers’ field. The amount thus to be earned should be utilized to purchase irrigated piece of land some where else with in the district and adjacent. which is under process. EDO Agriculture Hangu etc visited the area for site selection and recommended establishment of the Farm at available state land in Jozara Hangu. According to the report and soil analysis land available over there is suitable but needs reclamation and development. office. The project aimed at to utilize all 44 Acres for quality seed production while rest of the land of 26 Acres should be utilized for infrastructures like Provide technical parameters i.e. godowns. A committee constituted under the chairmanship of Director General Agriculture with Director Agriculture Engineering. The Joint Inspection Report reveals that about 70 Acres of land is available at Jozara out of which 44 Acre is fit for crop production. The project will provide the beneficiary with a pale of seed. chemical fertilizer
.e. The proposal. passed on to the government for its approval.
0 127.0 135. 85 85 85 90 90 90 85 85 85 780 2 170 170 170 180 180 180 170 170 170 1560 85 85 80 85 90 90 90 90 90 785 2 170 170 160 170 180 180 180 180 180 1570 340 340 330 350 360 360 350 350 350 3130
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total :
S.0 255.0 127.130.0 120.No.0 1.0 120.177.5 170.170. District Seed Requirements/Input (in Kgs) 2011-12 2012-13 Total Area in Seed Required Qty Area in Seed Required Required Acr.5 170.0 630.5 170.0 160.477.0 595.0 595.0 340.0 127.5 170.) Kgs.5 135.0 595. Rate/Acr of Seed (in Acr. Rate/Acr Qty of Seed Qty.0 1.
Per Acre Input Requirements and their Cost. District Fertilizer Requirements (in bags) 2011-12 2012-13 Total DAP Urea DAP Urea DAP Urea Total 127.0 340. pest and diseases.0 630.0 630.5 1.0 160.0 360.0 180.0 270.5 3.0 340.0 135.0 127.0 270.0 5.0 240.0 127.No.0 180.0 262.0 180.0 360.0 270.
S.56 metric ton of canola produce (445.0 180.0 135.0 180.5 170.0 1.347.0 180.0 180. in (in Kgs) Kgs.0 255.0 2.0 270.28 tonnes/annum).5 350.0 135.0 127.0 180.0 135.0 135.0 560.0 360.560.) (in Kgs) (in Kgs.5 170.570.0 360.0 320.0 135.0 630.5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total :
Output of the Project:
.0 255.0 135.0 180. From this area farmers will fetch 890.and pesticides for the control of insect.0 612.5 170.
02 45.60 13763.60 126702.01 45.60 6881.08 45.02 40.68 397.54 45. The quantitative output of the project in term of produce is estimated as:
District Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total : District Expected Produce (@ 506 kgs/acre.48 80.54 91.80 12953.02 43.40 14572.80 Haripur 7286.502 million per annum at an average.54 91.60 7286. 9.40 From the above quoted produce canola oil would be extracted at a ratio of 40% of the produce so the farming community will fetch 63351.48 40.40 7286.60 6881.
.96 43. The seed. Besides that canola cakes to be obtained would also be used as by product to the domestic animals as fattening factor which resultantly increase meat/beef ratio by 10~15% .54 45.08 45.60 6881.01 43.01 86.Tonnes 2011-12 2012-13 Total 43.54 45.80 6476.54 88.08 43.40 7286.00 Bannu 7286.
Provide details of civil works. equipment. machinery and other physical facilities required for the project.40 7286.80 Total : 63148.01 86.80 Karak 7286.01 43.60 13763.54 45.20 DIKhan 7286.40 14572.21 791.80 63553. fertilizers and pesticides would be procured for further distribution amongst the beneficiaries. implements to be used for plant protection measures.) in M.80 Tank 6881.08 394.01 86.40 14572.54 91.20 Mardan 6881.89
Oil extraction from 40% of the product (in litters) 2011-12 2012-13 Total Swabi 6881.54 91.20 Buner 6476. The beneficiaries are required to provide the project with usage of agriculture implements required for sowing and harvesting of the crop.20 litters canola oil per annum which would fetch an income of Rs.40 14168.60 Lakki Marwat 6881.01 43.40 14572.40 7286.The project will fetch increased oil seed crops production from the demonstration plots to be laid out in the farmers fields.55 45.60 13763.
Physical facilities to be required for the project have already been mentioned above.
beneficiary will have to provide with an under taking (specimen at the end of the paper). e. Indicate governance issues of the sector relevant to the project and strategy to resolve them. saw mills etc. in this way does not appear to be projected before the rest of the community. the availability of trawlers. He will have to utilize the quantity of the produce proposed / recommended by agriculture department by him while rest of the produce (if any) will be disposed off through sale to government agencies or agriculture development fund (what the case may be). that he will abide by the advices / guidelines extended by the agriculture department / experts from time to time. amount and type of fish likely to be available. access roads. For Forestry projects: Indicate nature and state of existing forests their growth rate and any problems connected therewith. The fruit of the project. it is proposed that before allotment of a plot.
Not applicable. For the purpose.
The farming community / beneficiaries should have to be bound for disposal of the produce as per instructions of the agriculture department (extension wing).The plots would be allotted under a mechanism to be devised in convenience of the farming community and service providers. Give details of species. Indicate availability of complementary services. the beneficiary would have to provide the department with an undertaking that he will abide by the guidelines issued by the department from time to time and would be bound to dispose his produce off under the instruction of the department.
Agriculture Production: For fisheries projects: Give area for fishing and the legal rights to that area.
. rotation and anticipated rotation and volume yield. So to solve the problem. Not applicable.g. The farmer at itself doesn’t act accordingly the instructions and feel himself at liberty to handle the produce at his will.
If it is sold @ Rs. Besides that Agriculture Officers and Field Assistant have motorbikes for visit and supervision of the project activities.160 million per tones the farmer will fetch Rs. it will bring 39550 acres more area under canola.
Farm gate prices. 160/.p. during 2009-10 canola crop was grown over an area of about 233000 acres with production of 131000 tonnes seed.89 tonnes during 2 years i. The manifesto of project is to enhance edible oil area and production. provide (i) Transport. project period. The expected yield per acre is estimated as 791. 126. For Agriculture Production Projects: Give present and future crop yield. The project will bring an area of about 1565 Acres under canola crop. Besides that canola cakes to be obtained would also be used as by product to the domestic animals as fattening factor which resultantly increase meat/beef ratio by 10~15%.89 tonnes of its produce. With the help of this project 1565 acre area will be brought under canola cultivation which would fetch 791. equipment and field machinery available with the department. land use pattern technological intervention and the basis for calculation of the future output. Present situation is not encouraging one.502 million per annum at an average. 0.killogram or Rs.
For all agriculture production sector projects.
Effect on farm income and basis for pricing of outputs. 9.e.
Road worthy vehicle are available with the District Officers of Agriculture in the project District. cropping intensity.
According to Economic Survey of Pakistan 2010-11.
. If 10% of the produce is utilized as canola seed for further cultivation.
From the produce canola oil would be extracted at a ratio of 40% of the produce so the farming community of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will fetch 63351 litters canola oil per annum which would fetch an income of Rs.70 million of Rupees from its produce.
In the history of agriculture extension. Quality control and regulatory measures of Agricultural inputs. 5. experience sharing workshops etc. 7. The efforts made by Agriculture Extension Work Force lead the nation towards prosperity and self sufficiency in food grains despite the global challenges of food insecurity. For adoption of modern agriculture techniques farming community should have motivated to shift from indigenous methods to modern track. Agriculture Extension department have following functions to attend. Dissemination of recommended agricultural practices. Educate/Train farmers in improved agricultural production technology. arranging workshops and seminars. Advisory services in insect/pest management & horticultural activities. 11
. lectures are delivered but the most effective tool is laying out of demonstration plots. 4. 1. Agriculture Extension system is an out of school education system. For the purpose meetings with the community are arranged. Establish & Develop Market Information System (MIS) & Establishment of Regulated Markets in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 8. Provide history of extension work in and around project area an justify the extension work. Execution of various crops Introduction & Promotion Programme. 6. holding of field days. 2. exposure visits.Agriculture Extension. Production and distribution of quality seed and fruit plants. 3. It has its mandate viz improving living standard of farming community through increase in farm income by perceiving potential output with an acceptable quality on sustainable basis. there is a long queue of progress. Organize farmers for collective solution of agricultural problems.
the selected technology and reason for its selection.
Provide transport. Not applicable Not applicable. equipment and field machinery etc available with the department. Not applicable. Meeting domestic demand or Export oriented.
Industry. execution and operational activities of the development projects. Anyhow. So projects provide them with POL / maintenance of their vehicle and they use this transport for official touring. These farm equipments are provided on nominal rental. Provide all information under with and without project conditions in case of BMR and expansion projects. Not applicable. proposed expansion and available technologies. give likely markets and their size. Not Applicable. The cost of these bikes are recovered in easy installments without any extra charges. competitive prices and cost of production to justify the project.
The Department has had provided its Agriculture Officers/Field Assistants with motorbikes on ownership. arrangements of equipments and farm machinery is sole responsibility of the beneficiary either he own or get on rental.
Not applicable. As far as matter of equipments is concerned. most of the Model Farm Services Centers have agriculture equipments to provide it to its registered members as well as un registered farming community of that respective district. Whether the output is meant for: (i) (ii) (iii) Import substitution. Commerce and Minerals: Provide installed capacity.
In case of export.
. field visits. The cost charged is used for maintenance of those equipments.
040 1.019 20.708 1. Indicate date of estimation of project cost estimate.798 1.000
. Bannu 90 90 180 viii. Lakki Marwat 85 85 170 v.6. Tank 85 90 175 vii.
Market prevailing rates. 2011. Capital Cost Estimates. Provide year-wise physical activities: estimation of August.494 2012-13 Total 0. Basis of determining the capital cost be provided.083 11.382 2. Karak 90 90 180 ix.680 2. It includes market survey.No.Total of the Scheme=
0. DIKhan 90 90 180 Acres vi. Buner 80 80 160 iv.048 2. 1 Item Unit 2011-12 2012-13 Total Laying out of Canola D/Plots in: i. Swabi 85 85 170 ii. schedule rates. Haripur 90 90 180 Total : 780 785 1565
Phasing of capital cost be worked out on the basis of each item of work as stated above and provide as per following:
Code Classification 2011-12 0.292
A03805 Travelling Allowance A03827 POL Charges A09370 Inputs for Dem Plots Cost of Seed Cost of Fertilizers i.340 0. DAP ii. Mardan 85 85 170 iii. Urea Cost of Spray G.
Year wise / component wise physical activities
10.740 0.062 5.000
5.300 0. estimation on the basis of previous work done etc.
650 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Total 0.730 0.187 0.413 4.
Not applicable.895 19.332 6.246 12.488 5. Item-wise comparison of revised cost with the approved cost and give reason for variation.738 1.
Not applicable.294 1.294
.240 0.125 1.433 14. Exchange rate used to work out FEC in the original and revised P.731 20.979 1.
7. releases and expenditure. Item-wise.582 1.240 41.400 85.396 1. In case of revised projects.999 8. provide: Project approved history along with PSDP allocations.185 4.119 1.581 10. Five years summary of the Operational Cost
Code A03805 A03827 A09370 Classification Travelling Allowance POL Charges Inputs for Dem Plots Cost of Seed Cost of Fertilizers i.214 1.648 16.114 1.Total of the Scheme= 2013-14 0.126 2.439 8. Annual Operational Cost.1’s.055 1.505 9.447 2.
Not applicable.548 0. Item-wise annual operating cost based on proposed capacity utilization for 5 years.
Project is new one.382 7.851 0. year-wise actual expenditure and Physical Progress. DAP ii. Urea Cost of Spray G.
Not applicable. Justification for revision of PC-1 and variation in scope of project if applicable.918 0.605 6.189 3.825 5.179 22.C.737 1.
646.335.00 410.00 965.801 50.50 944.B.
District Seed Cost 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 31.650 3.996.13 445.208 71.371 57.927 287.558.69 543.573 54.38 1.300 7.150 1.368 47.792.No.280 35.120 38.152
Total DAP Cost
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total Input Cost:
1.50 944.73 293.040 330.000 714.13 445.231.No.709 31.08 310.823.120 38.035 Total Seed
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total Input Cost:
67.250 337.801 50.335.69 543.50 387.120 38.237.17 621.59 512.208 67.
Fertilizer Cost a.972 41.237.00 410.371 57. Urea Cost
S.132.250 337.000 634.761.400 630.00 775.972 41.463.500 357.08 276.000 718.104.22.168 891.371 57.25 891.025.150 11.096 379.709 29.185.500 674.075.646.08 310.927 33.00 821.132.975 1.17 552.075.996.475.993.132.00 775.150 1.272.706.44 293.463.371 57.117.500 357.075. Component Wise Cost.382.368 47.610 436.260.272.010.00 775.88 621.848 4.500 674.094.086. Cost 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 586.335.208 617.000 714.675 4.00 775.086.573 54.691.136
ii.280 35.252 71.475.59 512.636.088 43.972 41.150.44 2.000 3.13 445. i.996.996.800 1.19 1.25 472.25 472.186.260.208 71.975 1. DAP Cost
S.A.38 1.575 630.552 502.934 44.88 621.00 410.189.132.086.088 43.252 63.066.927 33.463.44 310.025.00 821.792.020.575 5.896.066.300
b.000 714.272.440 33.075.50 944.856 38.792.88 5.646.280 35.801 50.17 621.086.000 6.50 944.25 472.231.335.725.993.823.17 586.451.120 38.280 35.
D.709 33.50 482.59 512.896.066.50 387.400.975 1.993.475.491 31.45 586.636.25 472.250 337.19 1.088 43.59 512.636.260.00 419.488 593.69 543.150.972 41.927 31.488 667.025.088 43.488 667.252 67.13 445.646.896.69 543.896.575 667.463.500 674.260.575 667.No.272.368 47.636.368 47.500 357.000 317.00 410.523.823.349 9.38 1.785. District Urea Cost 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 293.650
.975 1.801 50.25 891.00 821.576 Total Urea Cost
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total Input Cost:
630.475.08 293.38 1.066.50 387.250 337.P.00 365.709 33.150.573 54.792.25 891.150 1.500 357.500 674.19 1.800.488 630.823.231.573 54.50 387.025.571.993.88 586.00 821.092.150.00 839.44 310.19 1.231.252 71.775 51.296 67.695 8.413.00 730.
200 142.252 1.440 1.252 1.00 155.341 20.195 252.183 1.
District Spray Cost 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 117.129.300 134.799 0.58 124.252 1.968 1.830.895.64 205.030 267.300 134.314.904 1.64 205.960.076.64 205. District Total Inputs Cost 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 1.799 1.360 1.341 2.25 178.
. Description of product / services.895.398.43 117.089 1.656 1.799 1.904 1.081 2.564 1.360 1.00 167.352 16.260
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total Input Cost:
C.300 134.440 1.300 134.892.423.028 1.No.200 142.028 1.288
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total Input Cost:
8.539 1.43 124.43 110.564 1.280 1.830.895.64 205.58 1.No.
S.400 126.656 1.237.892.090.504 Total Inputs Cost 2.25 178.254.480 14.656 1.158. They should abide by the instructions /directives communicated to them by the Agriculture Field Staff from time to time.226.183 1.830. target group of the project will be provided with inputs like seed.58 124.211 2.252 1.50 188.50 188.254.882.564 1.158.904.68 217.637.195 267.00 155.440 1.25 178.341 2.226.004.852 12.68 217.830.436 10.398.892.183 1.360 252.472 1.
The farming community i.50 188.113 1.211 2.195 267. Total Input Cost
S.183 1.200 142.60 193.089 1.254. Demand and supply analysis (for Industrial and Agricultural Production Projects).
Cost of Pesticides/Insecticides etc.254.089 1.00 22.214.171.124. The Agriculture staff namely District Director Agriculture of the concerned district will visit the field/plot from time to time.693 1.341 2.440 1.58 117.226.030 2.50 188.398. fertilizers and pesticides for laying out of demonstration plots in to their fields.398.00 155.68 217. The plots would be laid out under the instructions and direct supervision of concerned Agriculture Officer who would be assisted by his Agriculture Inspector and Field Assistant.360 1.895.211 2.860 1.400 1.e.00 164.68 217.158.195 237.iii. The Agriculture Inspector or Field Assistant of concerned circle would frequently pay visit to the demonstration plot and would be intact with farmers from sowing to harvest.29 117.089 1.25 178.799 1.00 164.656 1.200 142.360 1.43 124.028 1.630 Total Spray Cost 252.00 155.892.129.00 146.030 267.028 1.00 164.564 1.904 1.070 1.129.030 252.904 9.211 2.
822 0 0 5.230 0 628 5.682 1. Per Liter Unit price/consumer price is Rs.622 285 4.012 0 0 5.070 2 710 5.722 67 5.432 28 5.16 million metric tons (MMT) in Marketing Year (MY) 2011/12.300 0 0 7.957 285 6. Pakistan’s sunflower area in MY 2010/11 increased by over 65 percent over the previous year and production is estimated at 660.902 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.872 30 5. 81 percent of which is comprised of palm oil. MY 2011/12 imports of soybean meal are projected at a record 400.242 0 0 5.242 980 2 0 0 0 3.078 2 18 6. Supply and Demand Data Statistics:
Total Oilseed 2009/2010 Pakistan Market Year Begin: Oct 2009 USDA Official Area Planted Area Harvested Beginning Stocks Production MY Imports MY Imp.092 30 5. Ending Stocks Total Distribution CY Imports CY Imp.005 0 0 5. CY Exports CY Exp.789 910 2 15 6.
.120 2 750 5. Nearly 75 percent of Pakistan’s domestic consumption of vegetable oil is met through imports.000 tons. largely sourced from India. Demand/Supply along with unit price for the last five years.000 tons. up 24 percent from the estimated 4.858 154 6.122 0 0 6. five percent higher than the estimated 2.3 MMT (92 percent rape seed and 8 percent sunflower seed).S. In 2008 per unit cost was Rs. presently the population of the province is estimated as 25697000 during 2011 (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Development Statistics 2010).S.130 2 940 7.00 at present. Cons. 190.332 40 4.822 0 0 0 2 0 3. from EU Total Supply MY Exports MY Exp. Cons.072 50 7.05 MMT imported in the 2010/11. As far as requirements of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are concerned.792 1.8 MMT. from U.902 0 0 5. Imports of oilseeds are forecast at a record 1.S. Total Dom.097 1.782 40 5. Cons. per capita consumption of edible oil is 28 Kg/Lit per one/annum.097 1.122 00 0 0 0 0 New Post Market Year Begin: Oct 20 10 USDA Official New Post Market Year Begin: Oct 2011 USDA Official New Post 2010/2011 2011/2012
Source: Pakistan Oil Seeds and Products 2011.
Production. MY Imp. 136/Lit. thus total requirements of edible oils comes to 719516 metric tons. from U. to EU Crush Food Use Dom. TS=TD 3. to U. Production of oilseeds in 2011/12 is forecast at a record 5. Feed Waste Dom.227 0 730 5.7 MMT harvested in 2010/11.
Pakistan’s vegetable oil imports are forecast at a record 2.180 0 0 5.012 810 2 0 0 0 3.
0 MMT. palm oil imports are forecast at a record 2. The project is aimed at to motivate the farming community to adopt the crop and include it in their cropping pattern. Refined palm oil accounts for about 81 percent of Pakistan’s total edible oil imports.Tonnes) 585545 785123 806439 828344 850307 872856 896007 919776 944180 969235 994960 1021373 1048491 1076333 1104920
As already mentioned the local produce (on country level) fulfils only 25% of the total requirements. In Market Year 2011/12. Imports/Exports for the last five years along with unit price (if applicable).
Pakistan is among one of the world’s largest importers of vegetable oil.
. The United States exports only limited quantities of soybean oil to Pakistan in the form of food aid.1 MMT.
Project demand/supply for 10 years. It would help to bring a gradual increase in the area under crop by 5~10% per annum. while rest is recouped through import of edible oils.
Year 1998 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Population '000" Per Capita Consumption Settled FATA Toal of edible oil (in kgs) 17736 3176 20912 28 23640 4400 28040 24307 4494 28801 24993 4591 29584 25679 4689 30368 26384 4790 31173 27108 4892 32000 27852 4997 32849 28617 5104 33721 29402 5214 34616 30209 5325 35534 31038 5439 36478 31890 5556 37446 32765 5675 38440 33665 5797 39461
Requirements (in M. up 5 percent from last year’s estimate of 2.
54 88.20.000 Million (ADP 2011-12) -------Provincial ADP 2011-12. Financial Plan Source of Financing: (a) Equity: Sponsors own resources Federal government Provincial government DFI’s/banks General Public Foreign Equity (indicate partner Agency.) in M.55 45. The produce of these demonstration plots to be laid out in the farmers field will be disposed off in consultation with Department of Agriculture Extension.
.96 43.01 43.48 40.Tonnes 2011-12 2012-13 Total 43.54 91.68 397. NGO’s/Beneficiaries Others --Rs.01 45.
District Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total : Expected Produce (@ 506 kgs/acres.08 45.89
Existing and proposed arrangements for marketing.54 45.01 86.02 45.54 91. Proposed year-wise production and unit price of the product.48 80.21 791.01 43.01 86.08 394. 9.54 91.02 40.08 43.01 86.08 45.54 45.54 45. The Extension staff will help the farmer in marketing of the produce.54 45. From the project following production is estimated to be derived to the farmers through laying out of demonstration plots in their field.01 43.54 91.02 43.
(d) Weighted cost of capital 10. (c) Grants along with source.666 7.286 8.925 6.914 14. and grace period and repayment period for each loan separately.(b) Debt Indicate the local & foreign debt.286 8. The loan repayment schedule be also annexed.379 15.666 63. Following table is an assumption of the area to be brought from40% of the above produce.448 13.e.795 6.882 7. he will fetch better income with lesser investment. Benefits of the project and analysis.666 7. Financial: Income to the project along with assumptions:
Not applicable.261 7.882 7.882 8.379 15.235
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total :
Economic: Benefit to the economy along with assumption.
Through the help of this project socio economic condition of hard living farming community will be changed. From the above mentioned targeted area.666 6. it will cover 158375 acres under the crop and with 10% annual increase in area it would touch 174212 acres.882 7.477 7.tonne) (15% increase over the last year) 1st year 2nd year Total 6.286 8. If 40% of this produce is used for further plantation i.795 7.914 14.379 15. interest rate. 316.p.286 8.89 tons canola.75 metric tonnes.087 136. 20
.379 15. 160000/.914 14.379 15. With better yield from improved canola crop.
Provincial ADP --
(In Million Rs)
District Expected Income from the Produce (@ Rs.149 73.795 6. the farmer will fetch 791.
Swabi Mardan Buner Lakki Marwat DIKhan Tank Bannu Karak Haripur Total =
Area to be brought from the 40% of the Expected Produce (in acres) 1st year 2nd year Total 8602 8602 17204 8602 8602 17204 8096 8096 16192 8602 8602 17204 9108 9108 18216 8602 9108 17710 9108 9108 18216 9108 9108 18216 9108 9108 18216 78936 79442 158378
Social: Benefits with indicators:
Through better income farming community will have a pleasant social change as in enhanced purchasing power.Tonnes achievement during from the 40% of the the 1st year of the Expected Produce (in project is Base line Acres) (in Acres) 8705 8705 8193 8705 9217 8961 9217 9217 9217 80139 85 85 80 85 90 85 90 90 90 780 8602 8602 8096 8602 9108 9108 9108 9108 9108 79442 Output Targeted Impact
Layingout of Oilseed plots
The produce from the area to be brought from 40% of the expected produce (in matric tonnes) @ 506 Kgs/acre 4353 4353 4097 4353 4609 4609 4609 4609 4609 40198
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Swabi =170 Acres Mardan= 170 Acres Buner= 160 Acres Lakki Marwat =170 Acres DIKhan =180 Acres Tank= 175 Acres Bannu= 180 Acres Karak = 180 Acres Haripur = 180 Acres Total : 1565 Acres Or 633.
S. stepping forward to prosperity the socio economic level would be enhanced.No Input Outcome Baseline Indicator Targets after Completion of Project Production in The target/ Area to be brought M.
Result Based Monitoring (RBM) Indicators: Indicate Result Based Monitoring (RBM) framework indicators in quantifiable terms in the following table.34 ha.
Project will also provide technical assistance for establishment and maintenance of seed banks private level. Impact of first line transfer of technology Production and distribution of quality oilseeds Seed is a critical and basic input for attaining sustained growth in oilseed production. The project impact/results would catch the eye of the private sector for investment. Result assumed from the project activities will also get attention of the Oil Industry and hoped that initiatives would be taken by the oil industry for further extension of the scope of oil seed production in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Strong frontline extension network for oilseed technology dissemination
The extension network for transfer of oilseed technologies that are developed by oilseeds development board and Agriculture Research Systems would be disseminated through Extension Workers. Continuity of the work of Oil Seed Development Board in Oil Seed Promotion in the Province. The Department of Agriculture Extension Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be involved in production and distribution of assured quality seeds for the benefit of oilseed growers.
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.SWOT Analysis and Implicative Strategies
Diverse agro-ecological situations The diverse agro-ecological situations prevalent in the nine project districts favours cultivation canola oilseed crops. Distribution of assured quality seed is necessary for attaining higher yields. Strong research for development of oilseed technology exist as work of the Oil Seed Development Board in a number of oil seed crops leads to development of the sector. Oilseeds are being cultivated in all the agro-ecoregions of the province. Initiatives from oil industry.
Technology Mission on Oilseeds and impact
Public /Private sector can play a predominant role in increasing the production of oilseeds. Human resource development: Through laying out of demonstration plots and technical training / guidelines to be extended by the Extension Staff will help in human resource development. Sub-humid and arid ecosystems also contribute substantial area and production of oilseeds.
There is little use of up-to-date communication technologies viz. The flow of information from research to extension tends to be top-down rather interactive. the larger portion of transfer of technology responsibility lies with the public sector. 4. The development process is a long and lethargic.Weaknesses
Production situation The country produce of oil seed only have a place of 25% of the total requirements. low technical efficiency and low capacity utilization. there are many lacunae that hamper the transfer of technology efforts by this sector: 1. Lack of an effective feedback system lead to the extension system that did not focus on the felt needs of the farmers. mass media. Narrow focus of the agricultural extension system i. The poor research-extension linkage and lack of integration across crop limit technology transfer from incorporating high value commodities and diversification of the livelihood activities of the farm into farming systems. limited activities have been undertaken to develop and transfer sustainable technologies to the farmers. 3. lower rates of utilization of installed capacity. Reservation of oilseeds output for small scale processing is depriving the farmers and consumers of the benefits of lower costs of modern processing technology. low oil recoveries and high unit costs. 5.e. The cost of vegetable oil processing in the country is very high as compared to the countries like China and USA mainly due to smaller capacities. Individual farmers or farmers’ forum did not have effective linkage with the research and extension system. Processing situation Pakistani processing industry suffers from several maladies like outdated technology.
System constraints in public sector transfer of oilseed technology Though. significant amounts of expeller cake are not solvent extracted resulting in considerable losses of oil and meal products. Little attention was given by the government in developing a cadre of well-qualified subject matter specialists (SMS) with both technical competence and professional skills to disseminate the improved oilseed technologies to the field level staff as well as the oilseed growers. 2.
. 6. Most of the technical staff within the line departments lack the capacity to effectively communicate with both research system and the stakeholder groups. As a result. Multiplicities of technology transfer by each line department and there is little coordination across different departments involved. print media and electronic communication between research-extension-stakeholder systems. Limited resources do not allow investing billion of rupees on development for getting higher production with increased area under the crop. while putting up the costs for consumers. Additional inefficiency arises from nonintegration of solvent extraction units with expeller units.
The community is attracted to grow other cash crops like sugarcane. at times giving impression that they were used as trade barriers. Lack of assured market for oilseeds and timely and assured supply of quality seeds and raw material for processing have been found as important factors contributing to the poor performance of the oilseed industry. But all said and done. leads to threatening processing situation. Edible oil demand is higher than the supply which created adverse economical situation. both onfarm and in processing unit to reduce allocative and scale inefficiencies. which will eventually enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of these crops.
Production situation One factor that has contributed to insufficient domestic supply of oilseeds is the province development strategy that has often favoured production of crops that compete with oilseeds for area.
. Processing situation There are uncommon opportunities to add value to different oilseeds and oils. wheat etc and the oil seed crops get little attention of the grower.Opportunities
Production situation Biotechnology offers an impressive option to supplement the ongoing efforts on developing genetically enhanced germplasm of oilseeds for achieving sustainable food production. Under utilization of resources reflects a poor-resource base of the farmers and have implications for optimum utilization of inputs and production of outputs. The standards set by the oil import countries after liberalization were very high. exporting countries especially the developing and under developed countries were caught in the web of stringent quality parameters. Processing situation The technical inefficiencies in oilseed production. which must be fully exploited.
Reorienting the extension/ transfer of technology system as a system that provides marketproducer linkage instead of using it as an agency for distributing input subsidy. Use of revolving fund for promoting the self-help groups in disseminating improved technological packages instead of distributing subsidies. instead of utilizing the media for popularizing the technological packages. Providing a policy back up to support diversification in favour of oilseeds through effective input and price support system is very important to increase area under oilseeds. radio or television for popularizing the success stories. video programmes. The community may be motivated and trained in oilseed-based farming systems and other related enterprises rather than merely technological packages. This will help in concluding situation and farming system-specific results in a given agro-ecological situation. rice-wheat and sugarcane in favour of oilseeds is the current need of the country. instead of working with different groups every year. Use of mass media viz. Exposure visit for the interested oilseed growers to the success story sources. print media. Replication of success stories by utilizing the successful farmers as the trainers or resource persons and the successful farms as the classrooms.
Identification and analysis of success stories created by other sources of innovation. Exposure visit to the successful farms created by the other sources to study the similarities and the differences. Diversification in existing cropping systems such as rice-rice.Implicative strategies
Production situation The public sector has to strengthen its network for developing improved varieties/ hybrids of oilseeds and must encourage the private sector for production of hybrids and dissemination of technologies. Generation of success stories by working for a minimum of 3 years with the same set of farmers. It needs a major shift in the outlook of the extension officials of the development departments through constant and intensive human resource development planning and implementation.
To strengthen oil seed marketing system following recommendation may be approved:
Better enforcement of regulated markets Strengthening the appropriate market institutions Promotion of market integration Price incentives for edible oil shortage Better management of edible oil price fluctuation risk during storage Improving quality of information and efficiency of its dissemination Rewarding better quality produce Strengthening regulations regarding quality Enhancing earning from oilcakes and oil meals
Initiatives from oil industry. Continuous cropping. Weak transfer of technology. Efficient input and policy support for oilseeds. oils and by-products. High standards in the liberalized international trade.
. Lack of adequate seed multiplication.
Biotechnological options for genetically enhanced germplasm. Technical inefficiency of oil industry. oils and byproducts. Favourable policy framework for oilseeds. Exploiting supplementary sources of oil. Gap-specific extension strategies. Lack of linkage to assured market. Developing and promoting of situation specific IPM and INM packages. Extension of retail boom to oilseeds. Strong research network. Value addition to oilseeds. Exploitation of niche areas for oilseed expansion. Strong public sector network production. Conceptual summary on SWOT analysis of oilseed sector and implicative strategies KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA OIL SEED SECTOR
Diverse agro-ecological situations. Lack of regulatory and trade policy support. Strong HRD facilities.
Public private partnership in varietal development. Scope for improving efficiency of oilseed processing. Huge exploitable yield reservoir. Value addition to oilseeds. Developing self-reliant seed supply mechanism. Weak infrastructure. Strong first-line extension system.Fig 1. Resource poor farmers.
Present Agri-policy support for competing crops. Aberrant weather. Vulnerability to pests and diseases. Lower seed replacement ratio. Providing effective market linkage.
Dependence on vagaries of monsoon. Delineation and development efficient oilseed production zones. Exploiting niche areas of oilseeds cultivation. Gap in resistance breeding. Alarming demand for edible oil.
.61 2 million rupees.00 or Rs. Rs. 12780. the farmer will fetch 132. the farming community will be given in puts for laying out of demonstration plots. of Plots Area Total Area Nos.e. 20. The size of plot will be from ½ acre to one acre. Any how with the help of this investment i. The cost per unit (i.
Financial/Economic Analysis(with assumptions) Financial analysis Quantifiable output of the project. Under this project.
As already mentioned above the quantifiable output in terms of income to be derived to the beneficiaries will be 132.00 on 1000 population of project districts (Estimated population of project districts is 89.
The greenery has positive environmental impact and its absorption power of poisonous matters brings pleasant environmental change. of (in Kanals) to be brought Plots (in Acres) 300 250 255 266 1071 8 6 5 4 300 188 159 133 780 300 250 255 276 1081 Area Total Area (in Kanals) to be brought (in Acres) 8 6 5 4 300 188 159 138 785
Profit and loss account and cash flow statement
Net present value (NPV) and benefit cost ratio (BCR)
Total number of beneficiaries will be 2152 with an area of 1565 acres.e. It will also cut the import bill of the government as is spent on edible oil.97. 2223.
Environmental: Environmental impact assessment negative/positive. The project is developing one and not on the basis of profit or loss as is presumed in any commercial launch.000).61 million during the project life.000 million. one acre) comes to Rs. The flower attracts honey bee and they use its nectar for honey preparation in their hives. So the number of beneficiaries will be 1079 & 1404 (per annum) as per following schedule:
care. 12780 per acre (Cost of inputs + other operational costs = Rs. The project will pay back to the beneficiary on harvest.
. The Department will extend its expertise in shape of technical instructions and concerned Agriculture Officer(s). Government will not have any internal financial rate of return yet the beneficiaries i. Field Assistant(s) would pay frequent visit to make the highest yield/produce success.
Economic Analysis Provide taxes and duties separately in the capital and operating cost. From a report published by Global Agriculture Information Network (GAIN) namely Pakistan Oilseeds and products Annual 2011. Total crop period is about 4 months. government or on beneficiary. Pay back period. farming community will earn better from their fields through the help of these educational activities to be demonstrated in their fields for adoption of better technology in qualitative as well as quantitative terms.
Internal financial rate of return (IFRR). Rs. harvest etc is sole responsibility of the farmers/borrowers.
Return on equity (ROE).
Break even point (BEP). that the government have levied 16% Central Excise Duty and 3% Income Tax. Not applicable. All the expenses would be borne by the government and services like labour. The project inputs would pay usual taxes levied by the government yet the produce and its by products would share in to national income through GST etc levied by the government. watering.
Unit cost analysis. Agriculture Sector is an economic sector and the government launches its development project to give boost to economic growth.
The project is developmental one.e.e. 11309 + 1471). The project is a profitable business and no liability rest either on service provider i.
3 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 0.1 Seed (Kg) 2.or for780 Acres 40. 300 1000 500 250 320 1200 1000 500 150 500 3000 6000 52. The project share out of this cost would be Rs.3 Bund making (Man Days) 2.1 Ploughing 2.5 1 2 1.400/Hour) LABOUR FOR IRRIGATION 7.1 Harvesting Charges (40 Kgs) 10.3.
Sr.No Operations / Inputs Average no.2 Ploughing 1. chemical fertilizer and pesticides etc. 9.2 DAP 3.1 Urea 3.5 0. FYM.5 175
4 5 6
1200 100 4800 350 350 12000 33747.1 Canal (Water Rate) 6. Transportation. it is necessary to evaluate the cost of production of the crop.5 1000 500 250 250 160 1200 500 250 300 500 1500 4000 15 350 Cost/acre Rs. The project will only share costs of seed.4 Charges for Pora/Kera or Tractor with Drill FERTILIZER 3.3 Threshing Chagres (Manual M.
Net present value (NPV) and benefit Cost Ratio (BCR).300 million 1st year.000 million (22% of total cost).5 0 1500 6720 9000 600 100 51667. Per Acre Cost of Production of the Crop comes to Rs. 51667/.2 Seed treatment 2.3. 1 PREPARATORY TILLAGE 1.2 Private tubewell (3 Hrs @ Rs. 10516 / 11062.of oprs/units/acre 2011-12 Cost/Unit Rs.3 SOWING 2.4 Fertilizer Application (M.1 Bar Harrow / Weeding PLANT PROTECTION 5. Water Charges.day) 7.2 Labour Charges for irrigation (M.3 Planking 1.1 Deep ploughing 1.day) FARM YARD MANURE INCLUDING TRANSPORT AND APPLICATION 50% (TORLLY LOAD) TOTAL (1 TO 8) MARKUP ON INVESTMENT @ 9% ON Rs.4 Leveling Seed and Sowing Operations 2.day) LAND RENT FOR 6 MONTHS @ 18000/PA MANAGEMENT CHARGES FOR 6 MONTHS OF A MANADER @ 10000 PM FOR 100 ACERS AGRICULTURE INCOME TAX 6 MONTHS GROSS COST (Items 1 to 13) VALUE OF BHOOSA NET CULTIVATION COST (Items 14-15) INCLUDING LAND RENT YEILD PER ACER (Kgs) COST PER 40 kgs AT FARM LEVEL MARKETING EXPENSES (Rs/40 Kgs) Cost Per 40 Kgs at Mandi gate Investment Incentive @ 25% Support Price Recommended (40 Kgs) 0. day) INTERCULTURE 4.5 FC HARVESTING 10.
Before calculating NPV of the project.2 Planking 2.5 3.4 65780 16445 7200
4 1 1 3 6 3 42 6 6
1200 350 350 4000
8 9 10
500 160 1500 100
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
120 0.3 Transportation 3.4
On the basis of above and project cost following are the NPV of the project.3.3. Harvesting etc would be responsibility of beneficiary. Rest of the cost like services.1 Water course cleaning (M.2 Threshing Charges (1/12 of Produce) 10.1 Weedicides/Herbicides/Insecticide/Pesticides IRRIGATION 6. Care of the Crop.5 0 51667.5 506 4800 202.
NET PRESENT VALUE Investment/ 2011-12 Discount Rate Period (Year) Initial Cash Flow Project NPV Difference Percentage : : : : : : Y 0 1 2 3 4 5 6.50.759.007.935.65
The total income to be derived to the farmer from the estimated produce of canola (506 kg/acre) @ Rs.658. Canola is rich in oil contents and have 40% of the oil at an average.000. 65780/.
Internal economic rate of return (IERR).154.00% 5 11.00 15.64 44.00 53.123.
Unit Acres M. 130/.18 23.565.139 12.No.163.683. This produce have a potential to bring the change and rationalize demand and supply.35 4 20.42 52. 40% of this produce if procured as seed it will cover an area of about 473881 acres which on further dissemination will yield as fetch 299691 liters of canola oil.per Kg on farm gate 60720/-.132.514.967.841.64 490.745.460.52.00) 13. 80960/-.000. 4) Per Capita Consumption Edible Oil to be available for human consumption
.Tonns Acres M.514.933. 29292.93% Cashflow (11.306.e.00) 0 11.000.132.670.500.929.60 5 Investment/ 201213 11.00
S.Tonns kg/one/annum persons Qty 1.e.202.708.000.
From the area to be brought by the farming community under canola crop following produce is estimated.33% 5 9.00 791.76 tonnes) to be used as seed will cover an area under crop (Seed Rate @ 2 kgs/acre) Estimated Produce of persumed area under crop Estimated Edible oil quantity to be obtained from 40% of the produce (Sr. The project will cover 2341 acres of land under the crop which would yield 1184.378 80.Tonns M.000.58.70% Cashflow Y (9.000.768. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Particulars Area To be covered under the project Estimated Produce @ 506 kgs/acre 40% of produce (i.42 473. This quantity will fulfil the requirements of which will feed more than 10703 persons (@ 28 kg/head per annum).000.75 18.00 4. No.400.840. on Mandi Gate @ Rs.00 63.000. 120/.and consumer price it would be Rs.55 metric tonnes.76 20.154.00 2 15. On whole sale price i.703. Difference between cost of production and consumer price of one acre produce Rs.per Kg it would be Rs.00 28.00 1 13.00 3 18. 316.616.163.89 1.
. Rs.436.Rs.Rs.927.668.000 Variable N/A 1.828.462 3.644 111.495 2.640 3 12.575 6 19. 794.800 63.239.300 1.549. (9.657.069 0 111. 9.668 IRR = 595.339.148.704.990 0 127.093.700 12. 450.625 0 96.000 0 73.000 Rs.644 91.547. 8.689.292 6%
Rs.513.000.005 14.000) 1 9.061 7 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 Net Cash Flow = Rs.635.657.990 105.881.929 0 127.Rs.972 19.000 2.636 84.462.
New sales Term in Money saved generated Equipment years Input Cost Fixed Costs Total by project by project sales Total Cash flows 0 Rs.148.031.519 2.16%
.916.000 Rs.049.565 29.206.467 22.Rs.650.155.456 5 16.086.768.155.538.640 73.800 2 10.000 0 63.800 52.086.332.000. .500 0 84.000.502.124.049.034. .640 60.828.000 Rs.729.
17. .136 4 14.000 11.081 79.081 96.148.390.Presumed IERR of the Project is as under:
Inputs Cost Fixed costs Maintenance Depreciation New sales (Produce Acr) Profit per sale Profit ratio Rs.097 2.636 69.106 16.000 1.
e. Delay in releases would adversely affect the project and will make the achievement difficult even impossible. The funds must be released soon after start of fiscal in full and not in the piece meal.
Though there is no direct employment under the project itself as existing staff will render the duties in addition to their own/mandatory duties.
Item-wise/year wise implementation schedule in line chart co-related with the phasing of physical activities.
Foreign Exchange rate of the project (Bruno’s Ratio) for import substitute and export oriented projects. 158380 acres. yet through change in agriculture and bringing the new area under cultivation the community should have engage casual labour/farm labour at the ratio of 4 persons per 100 acres so 6335 persons would get jobs if engaged as farm labour for the total presumed area i. Employment analysis: Employment generation (direct and indirect). a) Implementation Schedule: Indicate starting and completion date of the project. Demonstration Plots to Be Laid Out (Area in Acres)
2011-12 2012-13 90 85 85 80 85 90 85 90 90 90
Swabi Mardan Buner 2011-12 2012-13 85 85 85 85 80 80
Lakki DIKhan Marwat 85 85 90 90
Tank 85 90
Bannu 90 90
Karak Haripur 90 90 90 90
11. October 2011 to June 2016.
Sensitivity analysis: Impact of delays o project cost and viability.
Agriculture Officers. 1. qualification. The required man power by skill is available with the department i. 2. District Officer(s) Agriculture.e. Director P&D & his staff at Directorate General Agriculture (Extension) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.12. team leader of the Extension Work Force. He acts as executive/ operational body. age and salary of each job may be provided.
The job description. policy of the government regarding agriculture. AGRICULTURE OFFICER: An agriculture graduate. DISTRICT DIRECTOR AGRICULTURE: DDA acts as over all in charge of Agriculture (Extension) Activities in his district. He uses extension tools for getting highest economical yield of the crops. Implements plans. Maintenance structure and manpower requirements: Administrative arrangements for implementation of project.
The manpower requirements by skills/profession during execution and operation of the project. Executes Developmental activities of ADP/ Non ADP Schemes launches by the Federal/ Provincial and District Governments. He bridges farming community and Agricultural Scientists and recommendations of the agricultural scientists are disseminated through a number of direct/indirect methods. Agriculture (Extension Department). The Director General Agriculture (Extension) will administer all project activities through the assistance of Dy. experience. who is responsible for implementation of the work plan (Kharif & Rabi Action plan chalked out by the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
. Field Assistants of the concerned / project district(s). He acts as facilitator to the farming community. He maintains cropping pattern in his respective district.
These are important /direct links of Extension works with the farming community. 13. adoption of crop incorporating it in the cropping pattern of farming community on a larger scale as the production would be sufficient for commercial usage. The produce should further be disposed off through oil extraction.3. For the purpose government should have contacted to the investors keeping in view the produce and span of project activities. convenient and hassle free. These are front line workers and are posted at union council level. It is recommended that a separate project may be initiated for establishment of oil extraction units in the project districts so the farming community may easily dispose its produce off in their own districts. They make the dreams of the farming community true through assistance / guide lines extended to the grower from time to time. These are Diploma holders in Agriculture.
. Additional projects/decision required: It is necessary to make the marketing of the produce easy.
It is certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis of Instructions provided by the Planning Commission for the preparation of PC-1 for production sector project. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.14. Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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SCHEME MONITOR AND EVALUATION SYSTEM P.I. Peshawar. Of Financial Years involved 2 years PC-1 Prepared by: Name Farhat Abbas Durrani Dev. Of KPK Agriculture Deptt. Revision Status Revised PC-1 or data? If Yes Number of Revisions so far.K. Bannu. and the No. Agriculture Extension. of additional months and financial years to be taken.A No NA
Implementation Dates for this PC-1 Project starting date Sep 2011 Expected completion date 30th Jun. number of individual components No N.M.1 S. Mardan. DIKhan. (Scheme Key Indicator Matrix) PE&DD/M&E PC-1 Page 1/3 Checked by:
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579-110121-Enhancement of Edible Oil through Sowing of Canola in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Technical Sanction Date Technical Sanction Cost. completion date as per revision. Total Number of Financial Years Taken Yes / No
Executing Agency 1c. Bunir. Assistant Position Directorate General Agri. Lakki. Tank. Karak and Haripur. If yes. 1b.
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Mohammad Taslim Director General. Swabi. General Remarks For Ongoing Schemes: Forum approval date.
Tank vii. The PC-1 SKIM has to be signed and annexed to the PC1 and to the Administrative Approval forum. Buner iv.565 1.565 780 1. Mardan iii. Weights are in percentages and should always add up to 100% They are usually pre-set but can be modified if there is a need.
Agriculture Miscellaneous Sub Sector: Agriculture Extension
Unit of Overall measure.345 170 170 160 170 180 175 180 180 180 11% 100% 100% 106% 100% 94% 97% 94% 94% 85 85 80 85 90 85 90 90 90 170 170 160 170 180 175 180 180 180 170 170 160 170 180 175 180 180 180 85 85 80 85 90 85 90 90 90 170 170 160 170 180 175 180 180 180 255 255 240 255 270 260 270 270 270
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Enhancement of Edible Oil through Sowing of Canola in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. No. Swabi ii. Lakki Marwat v. The weights should always reflect the relative importance of the indicator/activity/output in the total of the scheme. DIKhan vi. Bannu viii. Haripur
Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres
Overall Cumulative target by financial year Ex-post cumulative target for Indic. Key indicator 1 Laying out of Canola D/Plots i. Figures in the last quarter/year should always coincide with figures in overall scheme target column. Of three years after copletion Scheme/ weight 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Total 1st 2nd 3rd factor 1565 100% 780 1.scheme ment targets
Sr. Karak ix.565 2.
C. Revenue iii. (M) In Rs. This means that a scheme of 10 months duration can still take 2 financial years to complete for instance if it is starts in April. All costs are in Million of Pakistan Rupees. (M) in Rs. Target setting is to be done always by financial year. in Rs.A. (M) i.E.Capital ii.000 20.000 11.000 11.wk3
Summary Estimated Cost
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1.000 20.000 9. Total 9. Add more columns if necessary. (M) In Rs.000 -
Note: Capital (Code) refers to the works accounts: revenue (8) to all other accounts. 2. The cost breakdown should not be cumulative. (M) In Rs. (*) currency used: Pak: Rupees Exchanged Used: N. Local F. (M) in Rs.
PE&DD/M&E PC-1 Page 3/3 empty. Local F.C.
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Comments by Line Department.A Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No/N.A ADSC/DSC/PDWP Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No/N. summarise findings in working paper.
S/No: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Points Is the Scheme in the ADP? Is the project justified for funding (according to policy guidelines)? Is it also funded by the Federal Government? Is there another scheme of the same nature in this locality/area? If so. has adequate justification for implementing the scheme been given in the PC-1 form? Has a feasibility study been conducted? If yes. if any Good. Preliminary Checks.A Yes/No/N. needs further clarification. Has the feasibility study looked at the consequences of the project for women. Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No/N.A Yes/No/N.Check List For Appraisal of PC-1 (To be attached to PC-1 Form)
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Comments by ADSC/DSC/PDWP.A Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No/N. do they include facilities for women? Is land available? Has it been mentioned in the PC-1 Form whether the site selected is convenient for women/children? Line Deptt.A Yes/No/N. if any.A
Comments by Line Department. Overall and General checks: Does the PC-1 Form clearly explain the 1 specific problems to be addressed? Has the target-group been involved in 2 the identification of the problems? 3 4 5 6 7 If women are a part of the target-group have they been involved in the identification of problems? Is it explained how the scheme will help in solving these problems? Have special measures been proposed to solve the problems of Women? Have objectives been formulated in precise and correct terms? Are objectives of the scheme related to the overall objectives of the sector? Are the objectives of the scheme related to the WID-objectives of the sector. have 11 special measures been taken to overcome them? Have the effects and impact (long term changes. summarise findings in working paper.A
If possible negative consequences for women have been identified. sumarise findings in working paper.) Have the effects and impact (long term changes): Benefits/disadvantages of the scheme on the development of women been indicated? If yes.2. the Five Year Plan and / or other relevant policy papers? Has the target-group been well defined? (Women/men/boy/girls/landless/small farmers etc. if any. needs further clarification. Benefit / disadvantages) of the 12 schemeon the environment been indicated? If yes. unacceptable
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Assessment of PC-1 Comments by the ADSC/DSC/PDWP
Comments by ADSC/DSC/PDWP.
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