Presented in AAS Hub Scoping at Khulna
Project Objectives• Dissemination of improved quality fish andshrimp seed• Improving the nutrition and income status of fa...
Working in 20Districts with4 hubsKHULNAJESSOREBARISALFARIDPUR
COMPONENTS1. Fish and Shrimp Seed2. Household Aquaculture3. Commercial Aquaculture4. Institutions and Policies
PHASE 1Phase 1 Strategy: Lay foundation for future commercial andhousehold aquaculture by focusing on fish andshrimp seed...
PHASE 2Phase 2 Strategy: Concentrate on household and commercialaquaculture, supported by implementation ofnew GoB polici...
OVERALL TARGETSComponent: 1+2+3 18 months 3 years 5 yearsTotal household numbers 766,922 971,524 1,172,933Total area under...
PARTNERSHIPSNational institutions:DoF –• Provide use of DOF hatchery/brood banks, PCRlab; import improved lines from abroa...
PARTNERSHIPS– MYAPs: Expand SAVE activities to reach12,000 households; Expand CARE activitiesin year 2– Include homestead ...
Summary of major achievementsto date MOAs/agreements signed: 40 carp hatcheries; 14 shrimphatcheries; 38 depots; 1 INGO (...
Summary of major achievementsto date Individuals trained: 80 hatchery technicians (brood &hatchery management); 117 partn...
1: DEVELOPMENT AND DISSEMINATION OFIMPROVED FISH & SHRIMP SEED Fastest impacts is through improvements in seedtherefore ≈...
Component 1: Set up facilitiesImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementing...
Component 1: Carp and Tilapia Seed QualityImplementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstarg...
Component 1: Carp and Tilapia Seed QualityImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstarget...
Component 1: Shrimp Seed QualityImplementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplement...
2: HOUSEHOLD AQUACULTURE Improved incomes through adoption orimprovement of aquaculture as a livelihoodchoice. Improved ...
Implementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mon...
Implementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mon...
3: COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE Collaborate closely with private sectorHatcheries, Nurseries and Depots to widenimpacts from co...
Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mont...
4: POLICY AND INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY Implementation of the Hatchery Act and Feed Act andIndia-Bangladesh MOU (coordinatio...
Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mon...
Component 4: Institution and PolicyImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstargetImplem...
Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mont...
Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 mont...
Artificial Insemination: Common Carp
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Ft f aquaculture project 23 may 2012_manjurul

  1. 1. Presented in AAS Hub Scoping at Khulna
  2. 2. Project Objectives• Dissemination of improved quality fish andshrimp seed• Improving the nutrition and income status of farmhouseholds• Increasing investment, employment andfish/shrimp production through commercialaquaculture• Policy and regulatory reform and institutionalcapacity building to support sustainableaquaculture growth
  3. 3. Working in 20Districts with4 hubsKHULNAJESSOREBARISALFARIDPUR
  4. 4. COMPONENTS1. Fish and Shrimp Seed2. Household Aquaculture3. Commercial Aquaculture4. Institutions and Policies
  5. 5. PHASE 1Phase 1 Strategy: Lay foundation for future commercial andhousehold aquaculture by focusing on fish andshrimp seed in first 18 months to March 2013 Rapid impacts through collaboration withexisting USAID programs (MYAPs, IPAC, CSISA),partner NGOs and others
  6. 6. PHASE 2Phase 2 Strategy: Concentrate on household and commercialaquaculture, supported by implementation ofnew GoB policies to September 2016. Management of most operations by nationalpublic and private institutions after three years
  7. 7. OVERALL TARGETSComponent: 1+2+3 18 months 3 years 5 yearsTotal household numbers 766,922 971,524 1,172,933Total area under fish culture (ha) 62,498 70,692 79,562Total area under shrimp culture (ha) 38,041 75,706 123,988Total area under vegetable cultivation (ha) 400 2,000 3,000Increase in fish (including NDF) production (mt) 16,987 32,978 52,228Increase in shrimp production (mt) 3,058 16,336 40,206Increase in vegetable production (mt) 1,680 8,400 12,600Total income gain (US$) from fish production 22,964,710 44,608,311 70,643,277Total income gain (US$) from shrimp production 18,597,276 99,340,480 278,651,941Total income gain (US$) from vegetable production 571,200 2,856,000 4,284,000Total income gain (US$) 42,133,186 146,804,790 353,579,218
  8. 8. PARTNERSHIPSNational institutions:DoF –• Provide use of DOF hatchery/brood banks, PCRlab; import improved lines from abroad• WFC provide support for implementation ofHatchery & Feed Laws (discussions with FAO)BFRI –• Provide use of farms for brood development, on-station research, PCR labs for testing shrimp PL
  9. 9. PARTNERSHIPS– MYAPs: Expand SAVE activities to reach12,000 households; Expand CARE activitiesin year 2– Include homestead aquaculture in IPAC:livelihoods programs for 8,000 householdsin areas adjacent to the Sunderbans– Partnership with 85 private depots toreach 20,000 shrimp farmers– Assist 5,000 commercial carp farmers(2000 through by Nobo-Jibon)– Co-ordinate with CSISA to leveragegreater impacts
  10. 10. Summary of major achievementsto date MOAs/agreements signed: 40 carp hatcheries; 14 shrimphatcheries; 38 depots; 1 INGO (Save the Children); 2national NGOs (CODEC & Speedtrust); IPAC, BCCP Client selection: 45,000 farmers selected(20,000 shrimp; 20,000 homestead pond; 5000 commercialfish) Brood distribution: 13,000 kg to 40 carp hatcheries out of14,000 kg Staff recruitment: WFC – 45; Nobo-Jibon partners - 72;IPAC partners 45; depot staff 85, hatchery-18
  11. 11. Summary of major achievementsto date Individuals trained: 80 hatchery technicians (brood &hatchery management); 117 partner staff (basicaquaculture); 85 depot staff (shrimp aquaculture) Artificial Insemination: Introduction of milttransfers- Provision of high quality Common Carp miltto a number of private sector hatcheries has begun. National market price database: Developed withCSISA
  12. 12. 1: DEVELOPMENT AND DISSEMINATION OFIMPROVED FISH & SHRIMP SEED Fastest impacts is through improvements in seedtherefore ≈ 60-70% of investment in Phase 1 Main partners GOB: DOF, BFRI; working withCIFA/ICAR (India) Disseminate improved quality and geneticallyimproved lines of tilapia, carps (rohu and catla),shrimp/prawns
  13. 13. Component 1: Set up facilitiesImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M1. Set up facilities and logistics for project operation in 20 districts of Khulna, Barisaland Faridpur regions1.1. Stakeholder identification andconsultation meeting (1 national and 4regional-Jessore, Khulna (shrimp), Barisaland Faridpur)no of meeting 5 WFC1.2. Technical Partners : a. DoF & BFRI b.BARC., BFRF/Universities, BRAC etc.no of partner 6DoF, BFRI,BARC, Uni.,BRAC1.2.1. Formation of committee for fish seedquality improvementno ofcommittee1Association withall partners1.3. Selection of implementing partners no of partner 12DoF, BFRI,PRICE, 10 localNGOs1.4. FSMF of DoF: for brood developmentno ofhatchery/fam6 to 8 DoF1.4.1. BFRI (central & regional) for broodmanagement / line developmentno ofhatchery/farm4 to 5 BFRI1.4.2. BRAC fish hatcheries (brooddevelopment & nursery)no ofhatchery/farm3 to 5 BRAC1.6. Institutional linkages (meeting,workshop, visits, field days, fish week, etc.)no of staff100to150WFC/DoF/BFRI1.7. Working area (as per proposal)no of vill/Un/Upazila15 PNGOs1.8. Situation appraisal/secondary/primarydata collectionno of appraisal 3 WFC
  14. 14. Component 1: Carp and Tilapia Seed QualityImplementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M2. Fish and shrimp seed quality improvement (component 1)2.Distribution of existing and imported improved strains of rohu, catla, tilapia, pangasand prawn to public and private hatcheries/centers2.1. Catla, Rui and Mrigal (in country strain)2.1.1. Sources: a) BFRI, b) DOF c) Private no of sourcces 3 WFC/DoF2.1.2. Distribute quality broods among theprivate hatcheriesno of hatchery 40 WFC/DoF2.1.3. Improved quality spawn producedamount (kg) ofspawn6,000 WFC/DoF2.1.4. Improved quality fingerlings producedno offingerlings(million)600 WFC/DoF2.2. Introduce Rui (Jayanti strain) (CIFA, India) through BFRI2.3. Tilapia (GIFT strain)2.3.1. Sources: BFRI [300,000] WFC/DoF/BFRI2.3.2. Distribute quality broods amongprivate hatcheriesno of hatchery 20 WFC/DoF/BFRI2.3.3. Improved quality fry will be producedno of fry(million)200 WFC/DoF/BFRI2.4. Tilapia (saline tolerant strain) WFC2.4.1. Sources: a) TBD [80,000 Tilapia] WFC/DoF2.4.2. Distribute quality broods amongprivate hatcheriesno of hatchery 20 WFC/DoF2.4.3. Improved quality fry will be producedno of fry(million)80 WFC/DoF
  15. 15. Component 1: Carp and Tilapia Seed QualityImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M2.5. Catla and Rui (Cryopeservation sperm)2.5.1.Source: a) Bangladesh, b) India c)Other Sourceno of sources 03WFC/DoF2.5.2. Distribute quality broods amongprivate and public hatcheriesno of hatchery 10WFC/DoF2.5.3. Pangas and silver carp seed-Source: abroad3.Distribution of imported improved strains of rohu, catla, tilapia, shrimp and prawnto public and private nurseries/centers3.1. Situation appraisal and problemidentification (carp/tilapia/prawn/shrimp)no of appraisal 4 WFC, DOF3.2 Nursery establishment (carp) no of nurseries 300WFC, DOF,Local NGOs3.3. Nursery establishment (tilapia) no of nurseries 100WFC, DOF,Local NGOs4. Capacity building4.1.Training & Workshops/ Seminar no of batch 3 WFC/DoF4.2 Visits (local & overseas) no of staff 100 WFC/DoF5. Improving lines of Jayanti rui and tilapia5.1. Selection of insitutions/centers (DOF,BFRI & BRAC) for improving linesno of partners 2 BFRI and BRAC5.3. Training & capacity building: studytour, cross learning etc.Person 20WFC, BFRI,DOF, BRAC5.4. On-going line improvement activitiesWFC, BFRI,DOF, BRAC
  16. 16. Component 1: Shrimp Seed QualityImplementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M6. Support for implementation of hatchery act, rules & certification system6.2. Assist Implementation hatcheryact and rulesDOF/BFRI6.3. Facilitate DOF for Certificationof Hatchery Systemno of system 1 DOF/BFRI6.4. Support to develop Hatchery &Nursery Databaseno of database 1 WFC/DOF/BFRI7. Support for policy development to use of PCR tested shrimp PLs7.1. Develop policy support for useof PCR tested PLsno ofdocumentary2 WFC/DoF7.2. Support to operate PCR labs inprivate and public sectorsLS WFC/DoF7. 3 Distribution of PCR screenedPLNo. of PL(million)250 WFC7.3 Establish Nurseries to promoterearing of PLs prior to Stocking forgrow-outNo. of Shrimpnurseries50WFC7.3 Workshop for Shrimp HatcheryownersNo. ofhatcheries15WFC7.3 Experimental breeding offreshwater prawn in pondsNo. of farms 3WFC
  17. 17. 2: HOUSEHOLD AQUACULTURE Improved incomes through adoption orimprovement of aquaculture as a livelihoodchoice. Improved nutrition through education andadoption of horticulture managementtechniques including Vitamin A rich sweetpotato and increased consumption of small fish.
  18. 18. Implementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M8. Household nutrition and income from integrated homestead fish andvegetable cultivation (component 2)8a. Working with MYAP implementing partners to expand existing livelihoodprograms8.1 Consultations with Save theChildren-MYAP & preparation of jointworkplan and formal agreementNo oforganization3 MYAPS8.2 Appointment of additionalimplementing partner staffNo staff 48 MYAPS8.3 Selection of working areas No of upazilla 3 MYAPS8.4 Selection of participants (70-80%women)No participants12,000MYAPS8b. Working with IPAC implementing partners to expand existing livelihoodprograms8.1 Consultations with IPAC &preparation of joint workplan andformal agreementNo oforganization3 IPAC8.2 Appointment of additionalimplementing partner staffNo staff 32 IPAC8.3 Selection of working areas No of upazilla 3 IPAC8.4 Selection of participants (95%women)No participants 8,000 IPACComponent 2: Household Nutrition
  19. 19. Implementation Work plan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M9. Research on fish in nutrition9.1 Consultations with technicalpartners and MOU signed (DoF, BFRI,BARC, BFRF etc)No of partners 4 WFC, DOF9.2 Review of outcomes of SISproduction technologies underMYAP/IPAC/IFAD, etcNo Reviews 1 WFC9.3 Develop research strategy todetermine nutrient dense fish productiontechnologiesNo researchstrategies1WFC, BFRI,BFRF9.4. On Farm and on-station trials onproduction of nutirent dense fishTotal no: on-station trials8WFC, BFRI,BFRF9.5 Analysis of Nutrient composition ofnutrient dense fish speciesNo species 15WFC, Overseasuniversities,BFRF9.6 Development of brood pondnetwork and brood distribution systemfor nutrient dense fishNo brood pondsestablished1,200WFC, DOF,MYAPs, IPAC,New partnerNGOs, BFRIComponent 2: Household Aquaculture
  20. 20. 3: COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE Collaborate closely with private sectorHatcheries, Nurseries and Depots to widenimpacts from commercial aquaculture Investment, employment and incomes - in thesouthern region through increased productionand better technologies ‘New commercial fish species resilient toincreasing salinity in the southern region
  21. 21. Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M10. Commercial aquaculture: Promotion of commercial aquaculture (shrimp, prawn,tilapia and pangas) in the southern region (component 3)10.1 Assistance to small-scale shrimp andprawn farmsno of hh 20,000 WFC /Depot10.2 Households under carp aquaculture No of hh 5,000 WFC/Partners10.3 Cage culture No of farmer 250 WFC/Partners10.4 Demonatration of grow-out ponds forshrimp/prawnno of demo 67 WFC10.45Strengthening gaps among depots,farmers and inputs suppliers forensuring food safetyNo of depots 38 WFC/DoF10.6 Formation of Groups No. of groups 800WFC/depots10.7 Train Partner Depot Staff incompliance with BMPsNo. of staff 85 WFC10.8 Support to hatchery producingbrackish water species (MystusTengara)No. of hatcheries 1 WFC/BFRI10.9 Demonstration of super-intensivepangas productionNo. of demo 3 WFC/DoFComponent 3: Commercial Aquaculutre
  22. 22. 4: POLICY AND INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY Implementation of the Hatchery Act and Feed Act andIndia-Bangladesh MOU (coordination with FAO) Strengthen the institutional capacity of associations Support improved aquaculture statistics reporting(discussion with FAO taking place) Policy support for mandatory PCR testing of shrimppost larvae
  23. 23. Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M11. Institution and policy (component 4)Sector growth expanded through associations: Bangladesh Frozen Fish Export Association;Hatchery Associations; Producer Associations; Community Based OrganizationsConsultations with associations and signing ofMOU for cooperationMOUs signed 1BFFEA; Hatcheryassociations;producer assns;CBOsTraining and communication programs to improveservice delivery, professional operations andimpacts of associationsTrained assnstaff5BFFEA; Hatcheryassociations;producer assns;CBOsSupport associations to better represent industryinterests in national and international tradeevents/programsBFFEA; Hatcheryassociations;producer assns;CBOsImproved public and private services for rural fish farmers in the southern regionConduct participatory review of current public andprivate extension services, including communityorganisations. Identify actions and strategies forimprovements to meet future industry needs.Servicesreview report1WF; DOF; Danida;private firmsConduct training programs for new DOF districtstaff, other NGO, association partnersWF; DOF; DanidaIdentify, test, develop business models and roll outof new extension service and communicationsystems and tools (eg mobile phones) with partners,including private investorsInvestors; localservicing firms;CBOs; mobilephone co;mp; DOFComponent 4: Institution and Policy
  24. 24. Component 4: Institution and PolicyImplementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18 monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F MSupport implementation of Bangladesh-India MOU for fisheries/aquaculture cooperationAssist DOF to host meeting to prepare plan toimplement Bangladesh-India aquaculture MOUDOF, India (CIFA),SAARC Agric.CenterProvide support to implementation of action planarising from meetingDOF, India (CIFA),SAARC Agric.CenterOperational system for collection, analysis and use of aquaculture statisticsReview current aquaculture statistics system and requirements for improvementFAO (sub-contract); DOFDevelop and test improved sampling frames/datacollection systemsFAO (sub-contract); DOFProvide training, tools and other supporting forimplementing improved systemFAO (sub-contract); DOFEstablished Aquaculture Research PrioritiesConduct stakeholder consultations and workshopsto establish research priorities (contract to USDAAquaculture Program)ConsultationsBFRF; Universities;BARC (BFRI),WF, technicalassistance fromUSDAPublish research priorities documentResearchreviewBARCEstablish and operate with partners a competitiveresearch fund to address aquaculture researchpriority/develop innovationsBangladeshFisheries ResearchForum
  25. 25. Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F MAquaculture research cooperation strengthened between Bangladesh and USresearchersIdentify Bangladesh and US partnersBARC;Universities;USDASupport cross-visits to developagreements for research cooperationNo of visits 04Regulations, tools and capacity to implement the new Hatchery LawStakeholder consultations and analysisof implementation requirements,preparation of implementation programfor the Hatchery Lawno ofconsultations03IFPRI; DOF;WFDevelopment of certification system,standards, training manualsIFPRI; DOF;WFDrafting regulations and supportingmanuals/educational toolsIFPRI; DOF;WFTraining and awareness raisingactivities that support implementationIFPRI; DOF;WFComponent 4: Institution and Policy
  26. 26. Implementation Workplan ScheduleDetailed Interventions Unit Target18monthstargetImplementingpartnersTime schedule (18 months)2011 2012 2013O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F MRegulations, tools and capacity to implement the new Feed LawStakeholder consultations andpreparation of implementation programfor the Feed LawIFPRI; DOF;WFConsultant to analyse sources (risks) ofcontamination and quality improvementsIFPRI; DOF;WFImprove analytical capacity to reducecontaminant problemsIFPRI; DOF;WFPreparation of regulations, supportingstandards, guideline manualsIFPRI; DOF;WFProvide training, major awarenessraising activitiesIFPRI; DOF;WFComponent 4: Institution and Policy
  27. 27. Artificial Insemination: Common Carp

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