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Let’s Explore Livestock Sector’s Potential in Punjab

SWOT Analysis Report
(February, 2012)

Dr. Muhammad Rasheed
Livestock Professional 0333-6901401 tlmmsa@livestockpunjab.gov.pk

Table of Contents 1. Summary...................................................................................................3
2. Why SWOT ...................................................................................................... 4

3. Proceedings ..............................................................................................4
3.1. Strengths .................................................................................................... 5 3.2. Weaknesses ............................................................................................... 7 3.3. Opportunities .............................................................................................. 9 3.4. Threats ..................................................................................................... 10 4. Proposed Measures on Strengths ............................................................... 12 5. Proposed Measures on Weaknesses .......................................................... 14 6. Proposed Measures on Opportunities......................................................... 15 7. Proposed Measures on Threats ................................................................... 16 8. Looking Forward under Livestock Strategy................................................ 17 8.1. Measures in line with Livestock Strategy .................................................. 17 8.1.1. Measures for institutional development ............................................. 17 8.1.2. Measures for human resource development ..................................... 18 8.1.3. Measures for improving livestock management................................. 18 8.1.4. Measures for marketing and investment ............................................ 19 8.1.5. Measures for role of private sector and PPP .................................... 20 8.1.6. Measures for regulatory and compliance regime .............................. 20 9. Proposed Measures in line with DSR ........................................................... 20 9.1. Measure for disease control ...................................................................... 21 9.2. Measures for productivity improvement ..................................................... 22 9.3. Measures for food safety ........................................................................... 25 9.4. Measures for research and development .................................................. 26

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organisations. Weaknesses. Participants: L&DD officers under mandatory training to be moved from Grade 18 to 19 Venue: Date: Conference Room University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 2012 1. working under public sector. Livestock marketing. projects. The duplicate execution of livestock services by different new establishments. The Strength. The induction of functional wings of Research & Development. The participants discussed (in groups) on assigned topic at length and presented their findings with proposed measures in the house for further calcification and agreement. Opportunities and Threats being faced by the livestock sector yielded some concrete steps to move on the road of livestock development in Punjab. The integrated market linkages for domestic and international trade would lead to food security for human population. Codex and Halal is essential to implement under political will and workable strategy. Lahore February 20. ISO. To this end standardization and certification covering SPS. Veterinary Public Health and Laboratory accreditation may be the ultimate solution of SWOT findings. 3 . To be with the member of global community in veterinary services. experts of Livestock and Dairy Development Department on Strength. The situation could be cleared by describing the ToRs and area of jurisdiction as well as the limits of coordination between different livestock development projects working under public and private sector. GlobalGAP. The importance of legal frame work for efficient execution of livestock services was highlighted by the participants to establish Livestock Development Authority in Punjab. the ground limitations were realized by the participants with the concern that the Veterinary Public Health services are the ignored segments of veterinary structure in Punjab. Weaknesses. The value addition in veterinary services could yield remarkable increase in production of milk and meat as whole. opportunities and Threats being described / discussed by the participant’s clearly indicates the importance to reframe / reorganize the livestock services structure in Punjab. It was observed that the global concept ONE WORLD and ONE HEALTH has triggered the need to institutionalize Veterinary Public Health sector under Livestock and Dairy Development Department in parallel with existing livestock services sector under public entity by involving academia and research institutes. companies has confused the existing human resource infrastructure. Summary: The day long brain storming and focused discussion by the working officers. IFS.SWOT ANALYSIS Livestock Sector Punjab.

2. To develop strategy to overcome everyday problems and traditional working with a fresh perspective. Lahore. 3. The participants were divided in to 4 groups (7 -10 brains in each) having multi disciplinary responsibilities in Livestock department. and the internal and external factors being faced by the Livestock sector. Why SWOT? Livestock and Dairy Development Department is progressing forwards for the capacity building of officers in their service delivery mechanism through series of mandatory trainings at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) and Management and Professional Development Department (MPDD). To discuss and frame opportunities with concepts for new potential areas of Livestock sector in the future. presentation on the concept was delivered to participants to have active and valuable inputs. A group of officer having responsibilities of work with Grade 18 was exercised with the techniques SWOT analysis with following main objectives: • • • • • • To understands the Strengths. Proceeding: Prior to start SWOT exercise. The valuable presence of experienced livestock professional gathered under one roof was considered to have SWOT exercise on Livestock Sector of Punjab. 1. Group (C): 4. Group (A): 2. Opportunities and Threats for Livestock sector with relevant measures. Weakness.5% growth. Group (D): Strengths And measure to keep the strengths intact/sustain Weaknesses And measures to overcome the weaknesses Opportunities And measures to avail opportunities Threats And measures to cope with the threats 4 . The sector services are well appreciated and acknowledged at policy formulation level with more concepts to improve at grass root level. To discuss and agree on the measures to deal with the SWOT being observed by the participants. Opportunities and Threats for livestock sector in Punjab. Weakness. list and present the Strengths. To put the livestock sector under the magnifying glass for the development of sector with better impact of services by public sector. To analyze SWOT in terms of advantages and disadvantages. Livestock sector of Punjab is contributing more than 60 % share in economics of province as well as national level with 4. Groups were assigned the task to discus. Group (B): 3.5% .

S. Abdul Rehman 8.1. Dr. Rehan Dilshad 9. produce 55.H Buhkari 5. M. The groups were given time with relevant material to work for 1:30 hours. Ashraf Anjum 7. Israr Hussain 3.1. Javed Iqbal 2. Dr.The groups were facilitated with the Key Question as well as other secondary questions to be focused on the assignment. Dr. R&D institutions • • Unique Geographical distribution: • • • • Canal irrigation system Agriculture land Range land Hilly and sub hilly areas Human Resource: Qualified and skilled staff Strongly linked (horizontally and vertically) staff 5 .1% 4th largest milk producing country World famous livestock breeds 22 livestock farms and 9 poultry farms in public sector 2nd largest poultry industry in Punjab having 2400 farms Infrastructure: • • Veterinary institution at provincial and grass root level. The groups presented their findings as under.1. Group Identification: (A) Participants: 1. Strengths Key Question: Any existing or potential resources or capability within the sector / department or organization that provides a competitive advantage in the market. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr.M Gill 4. G. Ashraf 6. 3. Dr. Dr. Ashiq 10. Dr. Areas Identified: Livestock Wealth/ Animal Genetic Resources • • • • • Share of livestock in total Agri. Kausar Jaffaery • • • • • • • • Which strengths are unique to the sector? What are we good at doing? What are the things that had gone well? What advantages does our sector have? What do you do better than anyone else? What unique or lowest-cost resources do you have access to? What do people in your market see as your strengths? What factors mean that you "get the credit or + reputation"? 3. M.

SPCA Act.e cold chain etc Feed mills and Milk plants Feed Resources: • Minimum labor cost / wages Food Security • • • Ample availability of Agro land. Animal Welfare Act. Animal Health and control Act. leather Value added products Investments Commitment: • • • • Dedicated leadership Skilled manpower Employment Bright future 6 .• • • Mobility Machinery and equipment i. Feed Control Act etc. wool. • • • • • Marketing Potential: Halal Meat market / products Export potential Carpet. bye products / wastes Pasture / ranges Multi cut fodder varieties • Poverty alleviation Disease Surveillance / control Budget Availability / Financial resources • • Sufficient funds Donor agencies willingness • • • • Diagnostic services Biologics Disease Reporting System Field services Well established Communication Network • • • • • Livestock website / helpline Communication strategy Mass communication Supportive material Director of progressive livestock breeders Academic Institutions: • Universities and other institutions Regulatory Compliance Regime Public Private Partnership • • PLDDB PAMCO • • MMSA Slaughter house control act.

5.3. Weaknesses Key Question: Any existing or potential force which could serve as a barrier / limitation to maintaining or achieving a competitive advantage in the market.2. Group Identification: B Participants: 1. 3. Muhammad Asalm • • • • • • • • What should be done better in the future? What knowledge do we lack? Which skills do we lack? What system do we need to change? What could you improve? What should you avoid? What are people in your market likely to see as weaknesses? What factors lose you credit? 3. 7. Ehsan –ul – Haq Dr. Dr. Shahida Afzaal Dr. 4. Mansoor Ahmed Dr. 2. 6. Shahid Sajjad Dr. Younis Dr. machinery and equipment Existing legal framework Poor extension services & lack of knowledge Human Resource Development: • • • • • • • • • Under capacity stake holders Public and Private (both) Lack of communication skills Improper extension services Lack of technology transfer & applied research Poor cooperative farming Poor technical training of livestock growers Substandard academic skills Lack of demand driven interventions with small growers No capacity building of HR on sustainable basis in public and private sector Extent of skill development • • • • • • • • • • • • 7 . Areas Identified: Institutional Development: • • Under capacity delivery services Shortages of vety/para vety staff (Technical staff )& inputs (Vaccine.1.2. Mohsin Raza Dr. Medecines and equipment) Dual Administration / dying cader of Zila Council Political influences Duplicacy of services of parallel structure In coordination public private sector line agencies Gender development and sub standards applied research Delivery of poor diagnostic services No disease Surveillance No database consolidation Poor infrastructure.

• • • Unfit posting of technical HR (No right man on right job) Extra Departmental activities Disease Free Zones Marketing and Investment • • • • • • • Non existence of proper marketing infrastructure Lack of information on animal movement & their traceability Unjustified price fixation of livestock products No Biosafety standards Weak enforcement of Laws Market monopoly by chamber of commerce Lack of proper storage and processing facilities hindering value addition of the products Tight loaning facility with high mark up • • • • • • • • • • • Livestock Management: Poor Husbandry Practices Poor Culling System Poor selection of male genes Long inter calving interval Poor reproductive Management Poor quality and unavailability of biological products Nutritional deficiencies Poor disease control strategy No concept of CBR Higher production cost of Milk and Meat Depletion of Animal Feed Resources • Role of Public Sector • • • Implementation of regulatory Framework Ambiguous policy Weak linkages • • • • • • • • Regulatory & Compliance Regime Breeding Policy Log Frame Monitoring not based on performance results Enforcement of Acts and Laws Registration of biological products ISO certification No Bio Safety Standards Export policy 8 .

Khalid M.1. Muhammad Ramzan Dr. leather and wool products Abundant raw material availability Existence of livestock based / related industries Demand for livestock breeds in foreign 9 . Khosa Dr. 9. Opportunities Key Question: Any existing or potential force in the external environment that. Iftikhar Ali Dr. Areas Identified: • • Political Factors Supportive Government policies Political Stability Conducive environment for investment Better coordination between provincial and district governments Landlords interest in Livestock Paradigm shift in government policies • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Economic Factors: Dependence of famers on livestock as livelihood 30-35 millions people engaged in livestock related activities Large consumer market Regional markets Demand for value addition products Halal Market concept Awareness of investors towards livestock business Shifting of investors towards livestock sector Export of carpet. • • • • • 3. Ijaz Qadeer What are the key success enablers? Which additional services can we offer. population profiles. 4. • Local events. 2. A. Qurban Hussain Dr. 3. Ali Dr. 8. if properly leveraged. 7. Muhammad Arshad Dr.D.3. • Changes in social patterns. Group Identification: C Participants: 1. • Changes in government policy related to your field. 5. 6. lifestyle changes.3. What new market should we investigate? Where are the good opportunities facing you? What are the interesting trends you are aware of? Useful opportunities can come from such things as: • Changes in technology and markets on both a broad and narrow scale. Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Dr. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Dr. could provide a competitive advantage.3.

3. Tariq Mehmood Dr. Shabbir Shahid Barriers to progress What are the possible impacts of what competitors are doing. Group Identification: D Participants: 1. Ghulam Hussain Dr. Melas and exhibitions Indigenous breeds Vegetarian population of India Religious activities for sacrificial animals countries Demand for mutton in middle east Environmental Factors: Geographical location Four or five seasons Good irrigation system Fertile land Large animal population Range land areas Legal factors: No export barriers Easy access to loan Easy export and import license Import export of animals allowed Normal import and export duty on machinery & equipment Easy Sea and Air routs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 3. 6. 4. Threats Key Question: Any existing or potential force in the external environment that could erode a competitive advantage. fairs. 2.• Technological Factors: Skilled manpower Availability of advance knowledge Professional institutions Biogas as energy source Modern technologies for livestock productive farming Socio cultural Factors: Eating habit of society Livestock shows.4. 5. products or services changing? • Is changing technology threatening your position? • Do you have bad repute or impact? • Could any of your weaknesses seriously threaten your sector? • • 10 . • Which regulatory issue might cause us concern? What obstacles do you face? • What is your competition doing that you should be worried about? • Are the required specifications for your job. Abdul Rehman Dr. Intizar Ali Khan Dr. Haidat Ali Khan Dr. Liaquat Dr. 7. Dr.

4. Areas Identified: • • • • • • Environmental Factors: Extreme Weather conditions Endemics. epidemics and zoonotics Pollution Energy crisis Natural calamities Scarcity of range land • • • • • Legal Factors: Low enforcement of laws Lack of legal coverage Food Security Bio Security Un Even distribution of field staff • • • • Political Factors: Political involvement in transfer postings Misuse of resources Political will change Involvement of politicians in identification and execution of projects • • • • • Economic Factors: Uneven distribution of resources High mark up rate Inflation Economic turmoil Marketing threats • • • • • • • • • • Socio cultural factors: Smuggling of Animal and dairy products Theft of valued animals Human Resources Low literacy rate Gender disparity NGO’s involvement Structural change Low income / poverty Population threat/ higher growth rate Urbanization • • • • • • • Technological Factors: Lack of problem oriented research Continuous advancement in technologies Not coping with globalization Shortage of quality medicine Lack of extension services for dissemination of technology Non induction of modern technology with adaptation Traditional / unhygienic slaughtering / selling of meat 11 .3.1.

5. Available Infrastructure • • • • • • • Provision of updated technology and missing facilities at field formation Replication of Support Services for Livestock Farmer’s Project in remaining districts of Punjab. 12 . research and field formation by strengthening existing research institutions Utilization of capacity performance of available resources by revamping Planning and Evaluation cell of L&DD 4. Application of updated Breed Improvement techniques for higher level of livestock produce by developing breeding nucleolus Rehabilitation and conservation of indigenous breed by establishing Indigenous Breeds Research Center (IBRC). Livestock Wealth • • • • • 4. Revamping and strengthening of Livestock Experiment Station with main focus on development of commercial traits.2. 4. Conduction of animal census in Punjab to realize worth of animal strength Provision of Disease control measures to keep animal strength intact at U/C level in replication of Support Services for Livestock Farmer’s (SSLF). Establishment of Model Veterinary Poly Clinic at District level Capacity building and infrastructure development of research institutes and vaccine production units. Human Resource Development • • Revamping and strengthening of Directorate of Technical Training and institutes under L&DD Capacity building for potential Managers of L&DD with Training Need Assessment (TNA) on regular basis. Geographical Distribution • • • Development of Range land management structure on sheep breeding Propagation of grass and bushes with conservation as hay and silage Conversion of Livestock farm (sheep) in to commercial as pilot in public sector 4.3.1.4. Strengthening of District diagnostic laboratories with capacity building and infrastructure development Provision of mobility to field veterinary staff on hire purchase basis from available revolving fund of L&DD Development of cold chain infrastructure from vaccine production to utilization. Proposed Measures to keep the Strengths in tact 4. Research & Development • • • Establishment of Directorate on applied research and business development Establishment of technical bridge between academia.4.

Development of Veterinary Public Health structure under One Health global concept. Coordination and linkages with skill development agencies under public and private sector by offering short courses. 4. Communication setup • • Strengthening of Directorate of Communication and Extension E establishment of District Livestock Telecommunication Centers 4. Institutional Development: • • • • Establishment of Livestock Development Authority in Punjab to keep the development projects on track. Establishment of Livestock and dairy Business Academy / Institute / School Feed Resources • • • • Propagation of multicut hybrid fodder for Hay and Silage making Induction of commercial activity at Government Livestock Farm on Silage and hay Making. Establishment of fair price shops for livestock products / by products at union council level. Regularization of Disease Surveillance and Reporting system in Punjab under public sector. approval and implementation of viable project 4. Establishment of Halal products market. 13 .7. Budget Availability • • Capacity building on MTBF for efficient and appropriate utilization of budget Conceiving.• • 4. Propagation of Total Mix Ration at village level at fair price shops Introduction of new fodder variety at public sector livestock farms 4.6. Proposed Measures to overcome the Weaknesses: 5.9.8. Value addition setup at Tehsil level by engaging dairy industry. Market Available • • • • • Development of District Livestock Business Development Centers Propagation of One District One Product concept by developing of market linkages. 5.1. Enforcement of efficient service delivery mechanism through regulatory framework. Regulatory Setup: • Creation of Livestock Development Authority for effective enforcement of relevant Laws / Acts and Rules.10.

Establishment and functional of Milk and Meat Safety Agency in Punjab. Economic Factor: • • • Establishment of Livestock products export processing zones in Punjab. Regulatory & Compliance Regime: • Establishment of Regulatory and Compliance Regime cell at L&DD to review existing livestock Laws. Establishment of Animal identification and tracking system in Punjab.5.5. Establishment of Modern Abattoir to boost export of fresh meat and meat products Application of Sanitary Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures at Livestock farms under L&DD 14 . Establishment of Directorate of Veterinary Public Health in Livestock department. Establishment of Livestock Development Authority in Punjab. Political Factor: • • • • • 6. Development of Cold storages / Chain facilities for livestock products / by products. 6. 5. Acts and Rules.2. Development of Livestock Support Fund to propagate cottage industry based on livestock products / by products. Establishment of Halal Development Authority in Punjab. 5. Marketing Channel: • • • • • Establishment of directorate of marketing and slaughter houses under L&DD with infrastructure at District level. Role of Public Private Partnership: • Establishment of PPP cell in L&DD to keep liaison with relevant agencies. Strengthening of Directorate of Training and Capacity Building under L&DD Establishment of Livestock Academy covering dissemination of soft communication and marketing skills.3. Human Resource Development: • • • • Development of uniform curriculum for para vet veterinary staff for public and private sector training institutes. Restructuring of Livestock department covering all components of livestock services with efficient hierarchy. 5.1. Introduction of technical diploma / certificates on dairy and poultry management with coordination of Skill development council.4. Proposed Measures to avail Opportunities: 6. Establishment of Animal Checking and quarantine facilities at pickets.2.

1. • • • Political Issues Introduction and functional autonomous body for execution of livestock sector projects / activities. 6. Economic Issues Setting up of producer friendly market links with provision of soft loan for livestock owners / farmers. feed. ISO 17025 and Halal certification. Propagation and breeding of local livestock breeds by earmarking regions on environment basis in Punjab. 7. Introduction and Development of grass.6.3. Provision of processing facilities for Halal concept with certification for domestic use.• • • 6. Environmental Factor: • • • Development of range land and pastures with sheep breeding for commercial purpose at Livestock Farms under L&DD.4. Establishment of small industry on livestock products at tehsil level Setting up of stores for wanda. medicines etc at union council level.2. • Legal Factor: • Establishment of Livestock Development Authority in Punjab. Accreditation of veterinary laboratories for IFS. • • Technological Factor: • • • Establishment of value addition chain for domestic use and export having GlobalGAP certificate at Livestock farm under L&DD. Development on Grass pastures / range land in Potohar region of Punjab.5. Proposed Measures to combat Threats: 7. 6. 6. plants and bushes varieties for pasture development at Livestock Farms under L&DD. • Socio-cultural Factor: • • Rearing of sacrificial animal for Hajj at Government Livestock Farm considering Islamic rules and regulations. Establishment of Organic Modern Farm at Livestock Farm under L&DD Establishment of Biogas and Solar energy facility at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Disease Free Compartment at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Livestock Breeding Technology Center for field application of updated breeding techniques. 15 . • 7.

Setting up of Directorate of Research and Development to boost problem oriented research with solutions.4. • • • Socio Cultural Issues Establishment of Animal identification. • • • • • 7. Establishing state of the Art vaccine production facility for Foot and Mouth Disease in Punjab.7. Development of statutory body to formulate food safety standards by focusing domestic and international markets. Establishment of Livestock Emergency Management Unit with prescribed guidelines and standards. Propagation of livestock income generating activities as cottage industry through skill development concept. Developing and conservation of extreme weather resistant breeds of large and small ruminants. Legal Issues Establishment of Livestock Development Authority to review and effective enforcement of relevant Laws/ Acts and rules. • • • • • • • 7. Technological Issues Launching of control and eradication program for PPR disease with vaccine production facility.6. Use of solar energy system for the functionality of milk chilling unit.3. Developing and propagation of extreme weather resistant kinds of fodder/ grass or bushes. Traceability and Tracking System Visionary change in rural community through Livestock theme based learning for adults. Establishing and making functional the abattoirs on updated technology. Orientation and study tours to developed countries for relevant experts with prescribed assignments. • • 16 .5. Environmental Issues Propagation of Biogas production at farm level Setting up a livestock farm as pilot in production of Biogas for its establishment and routine working. Use of Biogas energy for the functionality of milk chilling unit at village level. 7.

When making the decision on the concepts. • Revamping Planning &Evaluation Directorate in developing policy / strategy based concepts. to controls disease outspreads and movement of animals. 2010) being articulated by Crown Agents for Livestock and Dairy Development Department. measures or interventions varies from 1 year to 5 years. proposal and projects. situational studies.provincial working group for registration and licensing of vaccines.1. Looking Forward in line with Livestock Strategy: The preparation of proposal.8. Government of the Punjab. plans and projects for Annual Development Program of L&DD department may be prioritise on the concept / measures being discussed and agreed by participants of SWOT analysis. Development of infrastructure on Veterinary Public Health Development of institute on vector borne disease Support for Livestock farmer project in 18 Districts of Punjab Developing practical research and development facilities for livestock graduate and post graduates at Livestock farms • • Upgrading and enlarging the scope of district diagnostic laboratories of L&DD Establishing Livestock development cell to cover and ensure coordination between the federal and provincial level activities. 17 . Proposed measures under Key thematic areas of Livestock Strategy 8. • Establishing inter. This will give time for the department to start from implementation of projects from day one of the financial year by considering the Key Thematic Areas of Livestock Strategy (April. Institutional development • • • • • • • • • Benchmark survey on available livestock services Situational study on establishment of Milk and Meat Safety Agency in Punjab Establishment of Milk and Meat Safety Agency in Punjab Road and Cool Chain development in livestock pockets Improving the infrastructure for livestock farming and value added production. Other proposals. the department may initiate the schemes in the current year where that project planning and gestation will not take much time and planned expense can be made immediately like hiring experts.1. where immediate funding is needed.1. may be requested on priority from donors or government agencies. All other projects that are approved conceptually should then be spread for implementation over the next years by preparing PC-1 having Logical Framework and activity plan. The implementation phase of these concepts. benchmarking and creating cells. 8.

2.1. • • Launching of surveillance.• Supply chain management project on livestock products with benchmarking baseline of sector. Establishing Veterinary Universities to cover whole area of Punjab Farmers training on modern farm practices. • Strengthening paravet and livestock extension workers training programs. • Conservation of indigenous sheep breeds for commercial and Eid-Qurman use in focused area of Punjab. disease control. 8.1. diagnosis and control of emerging poultry diseases Establishment of Livestock Emergency Handling Unit at Provincial and District level. Improving livestock management • • • Pilot programme on livestock supply chain benchmarking and management Development of District Livestock Business Development Centres (DLBSCs) Establishment of Model Veterinary Clinic (MVC) in each district of Punjab 18 .3. value addition. • Establishment of updated breed improvement technology with main focus on use sex semen and embryo technology. Human resource development • • Support to develop training facilities at public sector institutes Support to have international exposure to combat with new emerging diseases (Zoonotic and vector borne) • • Strengthening of para-vet traiing institutes in public and private sector. establishing uniform standards • • • Establishment of paravet schools in each division / region of Punjab. • • Enhancing Quality and Quantity of vaccine Production Milk & Meat Safety Agency setting standards of livestock products to ensure food safety & hygiene compliance need for domestic use and export purposes. and entrepreneurship in collaboration with private sector– focus on female livestock extension workers • Development of Model Livestock farm for veterinary graduates 8. Development of linkages with vocational training institutes with the identification of dairy and poultry skill development modules of diploma and certificates.

• • Development of Disease Free Zone (Compartments ) in Punjab Development of Model Livestock Farms by encouraging public private partnership mode. Initiation of sustainable programme of international cluster linkages with local clusters including L&DD Department and PBIT to identify markets with potential buyers at domestic and international markets.• Support to establish Animal Identification and Traceability System in Punjab with development of database. Marketing and investment • • Provision of support funds for income generating activities Support to use modern technology to raise productivity and quality of the livestock produce. • Support to small farmers in terms of credit support or financial support linked with technology up gradation or business development. 19 . • Initiation of pilot programme for privatisation of field extension support services in 4 districts of Punjab.4. • Development of livestock income generating activities under pro-poor livestock initiatives for poverty reduction. • Development and propagation of record keeping at private farms by developing herd book • Enhancing milk production through provision of update dairy equipment to progressive dairy farmers under agreed terms and condition of coordination.1. • • Support to ensure the quality of meat and milk for local export markets Upgrading quality infrastructure and supply chain management for livestock products /by products. 8. Development of District livestock development Centres in Punjab. • • • Upgrading the market infrastructure available for livestock. • Road infrastructure development to connect potential dairy and livestock pockets with domestic market centres.

monitoring and evaluation capacity of the L&DD Department with utilization of allocated budget under Medium Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF). 8.1. • Support to develop and implement legal framework for conservation of breeds. Regulatory and compliance regime • Support to develop and implement appropriate laws and regulations to address livestock products market issues. 8. animal movement. breeding. the DSR suggest some recommendations to improve the department’s capacity to transition for better medium term budgetary planning with future planning for its budgetary requirements under the 20 . disease reporting.1. Role of private sector and public-private partnerships • • Support for private sector development on provision of livestock services Facilitating private sector in linking up with meat and dairy product developers internationally • Facilitation for Private sector involvement in building.• Development of forward and backward linkages for value added livestock products in domestic and international markets. Their main concern was to review the policy making. • • Information for Development Services to reach remote small farmers Establishment of Provincial Livestock Business Development Center to develop Collaborations with donors and other countries • Establishing Disease Free Zone & Compartment in Cholistan for meeting promoting meat export in international market. Based on requirements of the sector. • Formulation and Enforcement of breeding policies 9. animal welfare. Measures in line with the Recommendation by Department Strategic Review: Strategic review of the Livestock & Dairy Development Department (L&DDD) was conducted by consultants from 8 December to 27 January 2010 under the auspices of the Punjab Government Efficiency Improvement Programme (PGEIP). provision of livestock services and practices.6.5. operation and management of slaughterhouses and livestock markets under PPP mode. • Enhancement of mutton production by developing local Sheep and Goat breed at southern Punjab.

2) productivity improvement. In document. Establishment of Model Veterinary Poly Clinic at District level Capacity building and infrastructure development of research institutes and vaccine production units. 3) food safety.1. Document described that due to the lack of coordination between the provincial initiatives and the federal level initiatives. Setting up of Directorate of Research and Development to boost problem oriented research with solutions • • • • • • • • • • • 21 . 9. duplication of services indicate that there is no approved policy on the livestock that exists. Enforcement of efficient service delivery mechanism through regulatory framework. ISO 17025 and Halal certification.MTBF. and 4) research & development. Accreditation of veterinary laboratories for IFS. DSR also recommend that budgetary allocation to L&DD Department may have to be doubled over the next 5 years to implement its strategic plan. Launching of control and eradication program for PPR disease with vaccine production facility. PGEIP have identified some issues indicating that lack of results based monitoring and evaluation of expenditures and functional classifications under the prepared budgets are unclear. Establishment of technical bridge between academia. Regularization of Disease Surveillance and Reporting system in Punjab under public sector. research and field formation by strengthening existing research institutions Strengthening of District diagnostic laboratories with capacity building and infrastructure development Provision of mobility to field veterinary staff on hire purchase basis from available revolving fund of L&DD Development of cold chain infrastructure from vaccine production to utilization. Disease control. DSR document suggest recommendation for development of budgets and allocations be made against key strategic functions such as 1) disease control. • Provision of Disease control measures to keep animal strength intact at U/C level in replication of Support Services for Livestock Farmer’s (SSLF).

2. diagnosis and control of emerging poultry diseases Establishment of Livestock Emergency Handling Unit at Provincial and District level • • • 9. Revamping and strengthening of Livestock Experiment Station with main focus on development of commercial traits. • • • Establishment of Livestock and dairy Business Academy / Institute / School Propagation of multicut hybrid fodder for Hay and Silage making Induction of commercial activity at Government Livestock Farm on Silage and hay Making. • • • Application of updated Breed Improvement techniques for higher level of livestock produce by developing breeding nucleolus Rehabilitation and conservation of indigenous breed by establishing Indigenous Breeds Research Center (IBRC). Productivity improvement. 22 . research and field formation by strengthening existing research institutions • • • Utilization of capacity performance of available resources by revamping Planning and Evaluation cell of L&DD Provision of mobility to field veterinary staff on hire purchase basis from available revolving fund of L&DD Development of cold chain infrastructure from vaccine production to utilization. Launching of surveillance. Establishment of Livestock Emergency Management Unit with prescribed guidelines and standards. • • • Development of Range land management structure on sheep breeding Propagation of grass and bushes with conservation as hay and silage Conversion of Livestock farm (sheep) in to commercial as pilot in public sector • • Establishment of Directorate on applied research and business development Establishment of technical bridge between academia. • Coordination and linkages with skill development agencies under public and private sector by offering short courses.• Establishing state of the Art vaccine production facility for Foot and Mouth Disease in Punjab.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • Propagation of Total Mix Ration at village level at fair price shops Introduction of new fodder variety at public sector livestock farms Development of District Livestock Business Development Centers Propagation of One District One Product concept by developing of market linkages. plants and bushes varieties for pasture development at Livestock Farms under L&DD. Establishment of Animal identification and tracking system in Punjab. Establishment of Animal Checking and quarantine facilities at pickets. Establishment of Halal products market. Establishment of Organic Modern Farm at Livestock Farm under L&DD Establishment of Biogas and Solar energy facility at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Disease Free Compartment at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Livestock Breeding Technology Center for field application of updated breeding techniques. Value addition setup at Tehsil level by engaging dairy industry. Establishment of Livestock products export processing zones in Punjab. Development of Livestock Support Fund to propagate cottage industry based on livestock products / by products. • • • • • • • • • 23 . Establishment of PPP cell in L&DD to keep liaison with relevant agencies Establishment of directorate of marketing and slaughter houses under L&DD with infrastructure at District level. Establishment of Modern Abattoir to boost export of fresh meat and meat products Application of Sanitary Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of value addition chain for domestic use and export having GlobalGAP certificate at Livestock farm under L&DD. Introduction and Development of grass. Development of Cold storages / Chain facilities for livestock products / by products. Establishment of fair price shops for livestock products / by products at union council level.

medicines etc at union council level. Development on Grass pastures / range land in Potohar region of Punjab. Propagation of livestock income generating activities as cottage industry through skill development concept. Setting up of producer friendly market links with provision of soft loan for livestock owners / farmers. Propagation and breeding of local livestock breeds by earmarking regions on environment basis in Punjab. Propagation of Biogas production at farm level Setting up a livestock farm as pilot in production of Biogas for its establishment and routine working. Developing and conservation of extreme weather resistant breeds of large and small ruminants. Establishment of updated breed improvement technology with main focus on use sex semen and embryo technology. Developing and propagation of extreme weather resistant kinds of fodder/ grass or bushes. Enhancement of mutton production by developing local Sheep and Goat breed at southern Punjab.• Accreditation of veterinary laboratories for IFS. Enhancing milk production through provision of update dairy equipment to progressive dairy farmers under agreed terms and condition of coordination. Visionary change in rural community through Livestock theme based learning for adults. Establishment of small industry on livestock products at tehsil level Setting up of stores for wanda. Use of Biogas energy for the functionality of milk chilling unit at village level. Development of range land and pastures with sheep breeding for commercial purpose at Livestock Farms under L&DD. Establishment of Livestock Emergency Management Unit with prescribed guidelines and standards. feed. ISO 17025 and Halal certification. Use of solar energy system for the functionality of milk chilling unit. Conservation of indigenous sheep breeds for commercial and Eid-Qurman use in focused area of Punjab. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 24 .

Establishment of Animal Checking and quarantine facilities at pickets. ISO 17025 and Halal certification. Development of Veterinary Public Health structure under One Health global concept.3. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Creation of Livestock Development Authority for effective enforcement of relevant Laws / Acts and Rules. Establishment and functional of Milk and Meat Safety Agency in Punjab. Establishment of Halal Development Authority in Punjab. Establishment of fair price shops for livestock products / by products at union council level. • Rearing of sacrificial animal for Hajj at Government Livestock Farm considering Islamic rules and regulations.9. Value addition setup at Tehsil level by engaging dairy industry. Food safety. Establishment of Modern Abattoir to boost export of fresh meat and meat products • Application of Sanitary Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures at Livestock farms under L&DD • Establishment of value addition chain for domestic use and export having GlobalGAP certificate at Livestock farm under L&DD. Establishment of directorate of marketing and slaughter houses under L&DD with infrastructure at District level. Development of District Livestock Business Development Centers Propagation of One District One Product concept by developing of market linkages. • • • Establishment of Organic Modern Farm at Livestock Farm under L&DD Establishment of Disease Free Compartment at Livestock farms under L&DD Accreditation of veterinary laboratories for IFS. Establishment of Halal products market. Development of Cold storages / Chain facilities for livestock products / by products. 25 . Establishment of Livestock Development Authority in Punjab. Establishment of Livestock products export processing zones in Punjab.

research and field formation by strengthening existing research institutions • Utilization of capacity performance of available resources by revamping Planning and Evaluation cell of L&DD • Revamping and strengthening of Directorate of Technical Training and institutes under L&DD • Capacity building for potential Managers of L&DD with Training Need Assessment (TNA) on regular basis.• Provision of processing facilities for Halal concept with certification for domestic use.4. • • • Development of Range land management structure on sheep breeding Propagation of grass and bushes with conservation as hay and silage Conversion of Livestock farm (sheep) in to commercial as pilot in public sector • • Establishment of Directorate on applied research and business development Establishment of technical bridge between academia. • Establishment of Organic Modern Farm at Livestock Farm under L&DD 26 . • • 9. Research & development. Conduction of animal census in Punjab to realize worth of animal strength Application of updated Breed Improvement techniques for higher level of livestock produce by developing breeding nucleolus Rehabilitation and conservation of indigenous breed by establishing Indigenous Breeds Research Center (IBRC). • • Propagation of multicut hybrid fodder for Hay and Silage making Induction of commercial activity at Government Livestock Farm on Silage and hay Making. Traceability and Tracking System Development of statutory body to formulate food safety standards by focusing domestic and international markets. Establishment of Animal identification. • • • • • Setting up of Directorate of Research and Development to boost problem oriented research with solutions. Revamping and strengthening of Livestock Experiment Station with main focus on development of commercial traits.

Developing and propagation of extreme weather resistant kinds of fodder/ grass or bushes. Propagation and breeding of local livestock breeds by earmarking regions on environment basis in Punjab. Development of range land and pastures with sheep breeding for commercial purpose at Livestock Farms under L&DD. Rearing of sacrificial animal for Hajj at Government Livestock Farm considering Islamic rules and regulations Launching of control and eradication program for PPR disease with vaccine production facility.• Establishment of Biogas and Solar energy facility at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Disease Free Compartment at Livestock farms under L&DD Establishment of Livestock Breeding Technology Center for field application of updated breeding techniques. Use of solar energy system for the functionality of milk chilling unit. Use of Biogas energy for the functionality of milk chilling unit at village level. Development of Model Livestock farm for veterinary graduates • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 27 . Setting up of Directorate of Research and Development to boost problem oriented research with solutions. Propagation of Biogas production at farm level Setting up a livestock farm as pilot in production of Biogas for its establishment and routine working. Developing and conservation of extreme weather resistant breeds of large and small ruminants. plants and bushes varieties for pasture development at Livestock Farms under L&DD. Introduction and Development of grass. Development on Grass pastures / range land in Potohar region of Punjab.