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  • 1. ASEAN Media Forum 27 July, 20122012-07-27 1
  • 2. Feeding the World Ong Ewe Hock Managing Director, DuPont Malaysia ASEAN Media Forum 27 July 20122012-07-27 2
  • 3. The world’s population reached 7 billion. By 2050, it will be 9 billion. Malaysia – 28.6 million in 2011 Annual population growth rate – 1.3%© National Geographic image 3
  • 4. Food Security ‐ One of the pressing challenges for Malaysia Assessment through Affordability, Availability, and Quality & Safety Malaysia food consumption makes up about 31% share of household expenditures. Agriculture and palm oil are two sectors to be revitalized under the Economic Transformation Program. RM3.8 billion was allocated to boost agriculture production to support the country’s National Agrofood Agenda 2011‐2020. 44
  • 5. The Economic Transformation Program and The National Agrofood Agenda 2011‐2020 Excluding industrial crops such as palm oil and rubber, agriculture contributed RM20.2 billion or about 4% of Malaysia’s gross national income. National Agrofoods Policy 2011‐2020 launched early 2012 include 4 new strategies; making sure national food stocks are in good supply, and safe for consumption, keeping the agrofoods industry competitive and sustainable and boosting agricultural entrepreneurs income levels. Under the 10th Malaysia Plan, the country has identified 16 entry point projects to revitalize this sector. Among others:‐ Scaling up and strengthening productivity of paddy farming in the Muda area. Scaling up and strengthening productivity of paddy farming in other irrigated areas. Upgrading capabilities to produce fruit and vegetable for premium markets. 55
  • 6. Food Security Indicators • Food consumption as a share of household expenditure • Proportion of population under global poverty line • Gross domestic product per capita • Agricultural import tariffs • Presence of food safety net programs • Access to farmer financing Affordability • Sufficiency of supply • Public expenditure on agricultural R&D • Agricultural infrastructure • Volatility of agricultural production • Political instability Availability • Diet diversification • Nutritional standards • Micronutrient availability • Protein quality • Food safety Quality & Safety 6
  • 7. Global Food Security Index – Key FindingsMalaysia ranked No.1 in ASEAN, No. 33 in the world Strength 1. Nutritional standards, scored 100% 2. Proportion of population above global poverty line, scored 97.6% 3. Volatility of agricultural production, scored 87.8% 4. Food safety, scored 87.5 5. Agricultural import tariffs, scored 86%; and 6. Prevalence of undernourishment of 84.2% 7
  • 8. Food Security Index – ASEAN ranking Malaysia ranked top two in availability and quality & safety in ASEAN and no.2 in availability.World OVERALL SCORES Affordability Availability Quality & SafetyRank 33 1 Malaysia 63.9 1 Thailand 60.9 1 Malaysia 65.2 1 Malaysia 68.4 45 2 Thailand 57.9 2 Malaysia 60.6 2 Vietnam 57.8 2 Thailand 57.5 55 3 Vietnam 50.4 3 Philippines 43.5 3 Thailand 55.3 3 Philippines 54.3 63 4 Philippines 47.1 4 Indonesia 42.3 4 Indonesia 52.6 4 Vietnam 50.8 64 5 Indonesia 46.8 5 Vietnam 42.1 5 Philippines 47.7 5 Myanmar 48.3 78 6 Myanmar 37.2 6 Myanmar 35.2 6 Myanmar 35.1 6 Indonesia 42.0 89 7 Cambodia 30.0 7 Cambodia 26.7 7 Cambodia 33.4 7 Cambodia 28.8 8
  • 9. We are applying our science to find solutions to some really BIG challenges… FEEDING THE WORLD REDUCING OUR DEPENDENCE KEEPING PEOPLE AND ON FOSSIL FUELS THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE 9© National Geographic images
  • 10. Aiming Our R&D Engine at Big Challenges 86% of R&D Spend Targeting Food, Energy, Protection $2 billion Chemicals & Materials R&D spend Electronics in 2011 10
  • 11. Food Security Solutions Food security solutions must be local ‐ due to variations in climate, soils, cultural traditions, transportation/distribution infrastructure and economic viability Solutions must be collaborative ‐ reached in concert with communities, governments and NGOs who know the “facts on the ground,” and with business entities who have the specialized expertise to help solve particular problems. Science must become local wisdom ‐ know‐how must be brought to the people and places that need it the most. This is accomplished by working side‐by‐side with all involved to transfer knowledge to local communities. Sustainability is key ‐ by focusing on specific local challenges, collaborating broadly on solutions, and bringing the know‐how needed to bring those solutions to life. 11© National Geographic image
  • 12. We believe no single company or organization in the country alone can solve the issue. 12© National Geographic image
  • 13. DuPont Food SolutionsDuPont Food SolutionsDiscover DuPont sustainable innovations for agriculture, nutrition, food safety and packaging. Sustainable innovations. SUSTAINABILITY DuPont puts science into work to help achieve better, healthier and safer lives. Agricultural productivity and improved quality. AGRICULTURE DuPont helps to increase the quality, quantity and safety of the world’s food supply. Premium ingredients and nutrition. NUTRITION DuPont is committed to delivering nutritious and tasty ingredients to the marketplace. Food safety and traceability. SAFETY DuPont helps you meet the highest standards of quality and integrity in products and processes. Cost‐effective operations. OPERATIONS DuPont brings solutions to achieve high efficiency in food processing. Sustainable packaging solutions. PACKAGING DuPont is constantly exploring new ways to reduce waste and renew materials, without compromising packaging performance. 13
  • 14. DuPont Solutions: Food Value Chain Engineering Polymer economy & durable Food Ingredients soy protein, enzymes People&Food Safety Animal Health business excellence Anti‐counterfeiting Solutions robust & convenient disease prevention, animal feed Crop Protection Packaging Refrigeration optimal yield easy‐to‐use & durable Microbiological cost effective &Aquaculture environmentally friendly SafetySolutions Seeds rapid & easydisinfectant, optimal yielddisease prevention Food Service hygiene & style 14
  • 15. Together, we can feed a growing population. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Protecting fields against pests and disease Enhancing the nutritional value of food Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packaging technology to protect food from contaminants and decay 15© National Geographic image
  • 16. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices DuPont driving staple foods and crop solution in Malaysia – DuPont Malaysia’s contribution include: » Collaboration with the Nestle Paddy Club to help club members (paddy growers) in the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia to improve their rice crop. » Set‐up DuPont Field School (2012 : 6), a facility located near the paddy field to train and educate growers on Good Agricultural Practices, new technologies and forum for knowledge‐ experience exchange. » DuPont™ Prevathon® Insect Control powered by Rynaxypyr®, is now listed with the National Farmers Organization (NAFAS) and made available to 800 thousand growers to increase crop yields. 16
  • 17. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices DuPont driving Malaysia’s oil palm competiveness • Juru20DF, DuPont crop protection products, helped to optimize world’s largest grower of palm oil to increase productivity and oil palm yield. • DuPont agrivek® pollenation bag, an excellent product to prevent undesired pollenation by air, through rain water, chemical free manufacturing process that ensures normal fruit bunch development and eco‐friendly are widely used by palm oil industry players. • With limited land available to expand palm oil plantation, DuPont to leverage on science to enhance upstream productivity and capture the full potential of existing downstream opportunities. 17
  • 18. Enhancing the nutritional value of food ‐ Reducing waste by diagnostic testing andpackaging technology to protect food protect from contaminants and decay DuPont™ Appeel® resins are used typically as a controlled peelable seal layer on flexible foil, film or paper lidding and labels on cups, bowls, trays and single‐serving food containers. Surlyn® packaging resins ‐ in the world of food packaging, Surlyn® resins offer food contact safety and easy coextrusion with other materials, often forming a problem‐ solving inner heat seal layer for challenging packaged goods such as meats and cheeses. 18
  • 19. Enhancing food safety DuPont Qualicon is dedicated to food safety and protection with science‐powered innovations for pathogen detection and microbial monitoring that help food, pharmaceutical and personal care companies protect their products, productivity and brands. BAX® System ‐ this award‐winning detection system is a fast and accurate method for detecting pathogens or other organisms in food and environmental samples. The system breaks down samples at the genetic level, using the power of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to detect bacteria and other microbes with certainty. In addition, AvGard® Antimicrobials ‐ enhances the safety of raw poultry by controlling growth of pathogens. 19
  • 20. www.dupont.com 20
  • 21. Feeding the WorldRamon S. AbadillaManaging Director, DuPont PhilippinesASEAN Media Forum27 July 2012 21
  • 22. The world’s population reached 7 billion. By 2050, it will be 9 billion. Philippines – 101 million in 2012 Annual population growth rate – 1.8%© National Geographic image 22
  • 23. Food Security ‐ One of the most pressing challenges for the Philippines Assessment through Affordability, Availability, and Quality & Safety Philippines food consumption makes up more than 43.3% share of household expenditures. Agriculture sector is made up of 4 sub‐sectors: farming, fisheries, livestock and forestry which together employ 39.8% of the labor force and contribute 20% to the GDP. Over 11 million people employed in agriculture sector. Food nutrition & sufficiency are in needs for the Philippines’ growing population. 2323
  • 24. The Philippine Food Staples Self‐sufficiency Roadmap (FSSR) 2011‐2016 Oil price, climate change, unsustainable production and rice intensification are factors that can dampen PHs agricultural production. A principle constraint that many poor farmers face in becoming more productive and profitable is the lack of adequate infrastructure, particularly rural roads and irrigation. Philippines low levels of infrastructure expenditure, as low as 2.8% of GDP in 2002. This limits the access of people to basic agricultural inputs, transport and storage facilities and results in difficulties to access markets. For 2013, an infrastructure budget of over 400 billion pesos ($9.6 billion) set aside to pursue major upgrades of ports, airports, road and bridge networks to speed up growth. 2424
  • 25. Philippine Food Security The Bureau of Food and Drugs or BFAD of the Department of Health, has identified several food safety concerns ‐ microbiological contamination, presence of food contaminants, use of non‐permissible food additives and use of food additives beyond allowable limits. DOH through the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) undertakes measures to address concerns ‐ continuous assessment of Good Manufacturing Practices and the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points or HACCP for compliance. The BFAD is also engaged in the review and development of food standards. 25© National Geographic image
  • 26. Food Security Indicators • Food consumption as a share of household expenditure • Proportion of population under global poverty line • Gross domestic product per capita • Agricultural import tariffs • Presence of food safety net programs • Access to farmer financing Affordability • Sufficiency of supply • Public expenditure on agricultural R&D • Agricultural infrastructure • Volatility of agricultural production • Political instability Availability • Diet diversification • Nutritional standards • Micronutrient availability • Protein quality • Food safety Quality & Safety 26
  • 27. Global Food Security Index – Key FindingsPhilippines ranked No.4 in ASEAN, No. 63 in the world Strength 100 – Nutritional standards 95.5 – Volatility of agricultural production 86.9 – Agricultural imports tariffs 86 – Prevalence of under nourishment 81.6 – Food security Challenges 0 – Public expenditure on agricultural R&D 5.9 – Gross domestic product per capita 27
  • 28. Food Security Index – ASEAN ranking Philippines ranked top three in affordability & quality & safety in ASEAN and no.5 in availability.World OVERALL SCORES Affordability Availability Quality & SafetyRank 33 1 Malaysia 63.9 1 Thailand 60.9 1 Malaysia 65.2 1 Malaysia 68.4 45 2 Thailand 57.9 2 Malaysia 60.6 2 Vietnam 57.8 2 Thailand 57.5 55 3 Vietnam 50.4 3 Philippines 43.5 3 Thailand 55.3 3 Philippines 54.3 63 4 Philippines 47.1 4 Indonesia 42.3 4 Indonesia 52.6 4 Vietnam 50.8 64 5 Indonesia 46.8 5 Vietnam 42.1 5 Philippines 47.7 5 Myanmar 48.3 78 6 Myanmar 37.2 6 Myanmar 35.2 6 Myanmar 35.1 6 Indonesia 42.0 89 7 Cambodia 30.0 7 Cambodia 26.7 7 Cambodia 33.4 7 Cambodia 28.8 28
  • 29. We are applying our science to find solutions to some really BIG challenges… FEEDING THE WORLD REDUCING OUR DEPENDENCE KEEPING PEOPLE AND ON FOSSIL FUELS THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE 29© National Geographic images
  • 30. Aiming Our R&D Engine at Big Challenges 86% of R&D Spend Targeting Food, Energy, Protection $2 billion Chemicals & Materials R&D spend Electronics in 2011 30
  • 31. Food Security Solutions Food security solutions must be local ‐ due to variations in climate, soils, cultural traditions, transportation/distribution infrastructure and economic viability Solutions must be collaborative ‐ reached in concert with communities, governments and NGOs who know the “facts on the ground,” and with business entities who have the specialized expertise to help solve particular problems. Science must become local wisdom ‐ know‐how must be brought to the people and places that need it the most. This is accomplished by working side‐by‐side with all involved to transfer knowledge to local communities. Sustainability is key ‐ by focusing on specific local challenges, collaborating broadly on solutions, and bringing the know‐how needed to bring those solutions to life. 31© National Geographic image
  • 32. We believe no single company or organization in the country alone can solve the issue. 32© National Geographic image
  • 33. DuPont Food SolutionsDuPont Food SolutionsDiscover DuPont sustainable innovations for agriculture, nutrition, food safety and packaging. Sustainable innovations. SUSTAINABILITY DuPont puts science into work to help achieve better, healthier and safer lives. Agricultural productivity and improved quality. AGRICULTURE DuPont helps to increase the quality, quantity and safety of the world’s food supply. Premium ingredients and nutrition. NUTRITION DuPont is committed to delivering nutritious and tasty ingredients to the marketplace. Food safety and traceability. SAFETY DuPont helps you meet the highest standards of quality and integrity in products and processes. Cost‐effective operations. OPERATIONS DuPont brings solutions to achieve high efficiency in food processing. Sustainable packaging solutions. PACKAGING DuPont is constantly exploring new ways to reduce waste and renew materials, without compromising packaging performance. 33
  • 34. DuPont Solutions: Food Value Chain Engineering Polymer economy & durable Food Ingredients soy protein, enzymes People&Food Safety Animal Health business excellence Anti‐counterfeiting Solutions robust & convenient disease prevention, animal feed Crop Protection Packaging Refrigeration optimal yield easy‐to‐use & durable Microbiological cost effective &Aquaculture environmentally friendly SafetySolutions Seeds rapid & easydisinfectant, optimal yielddisease prevention Food Service hygiene & style 34
  • 35. Together, we can feed a growing population. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Protecting fields against pests and disease Enhancing the nutritional value of food Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packaging technology to protect food from contaminants and decay 35© National Geographic image
  • 36. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Hybrid corn 1. 1.8 million farmers depending on corn as their major source of livelihood. 2. DuPont Pioneer hybrid corn P3482YR ‐ latest hybrid corn varieties, allow farmers to achieve higher yields compared to old varieties. 3. P3482YR also boasts of excellent grain quality. Its golden yellow kernel color preferred by corn traders. Farmers attributed ability to command a higher buying price per kilo to these qualities. 4. P3482YR can be harvested as early as 105‐108 days after planting, compared to other varieties, which mature in four months time. 5. DuPont reaffirmed commitment in the Philippines corn industry with P1B investment of the Pioneer Tarlac Production Plant which is the second seed production facility with the first at Polomolok, South Cotabato. 6. Tarlac Production Plant’s seed output is estimated >12,000 MT per year with equivalent hectares planted with seeds from this facility* of >700,000 hectares per year (*at full operating capacity). 36
  • 37. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) 1. 75 thousand farmers and chemical applicators nationwide benefited from the Pure Safe Use Meetings and Stewardship initiated by DuPont. 2. 700 over vegetable growers benefited from the Insect Resistance Management (IRM). DuPont collaborated with CropLife Philippines in a series of train‐the‐trainer sessions. 3. Collaborated CropLife Philippines, farmers benefited from the farm production materials on the proper use, mode of action, target pest spectrum. Farm production efficiency improved resulted to higher quality of crops and commanded higher buying price. 4. Over 500 Barangay Health Workers and 5 thousand farmers benefitted from the Emergency Management of Poisoning Cases and Farmers Safe Use Training (Benguet). 5. Mango growers were trained on principles of GAP in Mango Production with the "Bamboo Pole" Program ‐‐‐ emphasized on safety exposure improvement through reduced exposure. 37
  • 38. Enhancing the nutritional value of food ‐ Reducing waste by diagnostic testing andpackaging technology to protect food protect from contaminants and decay DuPont™ Appeel® resins are used typically as a controlled peelable seal layer on flexible foil, film or paper lidding and labels on cups, bowls, trays and single‐serving food containers. Surlyn® packaging resins ‐ in the world of food packaging, Surlyn® resins offer food contact safety and easy coextrusion with other materials, often forming a problem‐ solving inner heat seal layer for challenging packaged goods such as meats and cheeses. 38
  • 39. Enhancing food safety DuPont Qualicon is dedicated to food safety and protection with science‐powered innovations for pathogen detection and microbial monitoring that help food, pharmaceutical and personal care companies protect their products, productivity and brands. BAX® System ‐ this award‐winning detection system is a fast and accurate method for detecting pathogens or other organisms in food and environmental samples. The system breaks down samples at the genetic level, using the power of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to detect bacteria and other microbes with certainty. In addition, AvGard® Antimicrobials ‐ enhances the safety of raw poultry by controlling growth of pathogens. 39
  • 40. www.dupont.com 40
  • 41. Feeding the WorldSomchai LaohverapanichManaging Director, DuPont Thailand27 July 2012ASEAN Media Forum 41
  • 42. Thailand Food Security Strategic Framework 2012-2016 by the National Food Committee Vision Thailand’s Vision is to achieve sustainable food security, producing quality and safety food to feed people in Thailand and around the world. Objectives 1. Improve efficiency on food production resource management to ensure sustainability 2. Produce sufficient, nutrition quality and safety food, in household level, community level and industrial level 3. Establish research and development process, and transfer knowledge to across food value chain 4. Improve food administration efficiency (i.e. legal framework, information technology) 5. Ensure food security in all levels (household, community, and national) in normal and crisis situation Strategic Areas 1. Food Security 2. Food Quality and Safety 3. Food Study 4. Food Administration 424 422
  • 43. Thailand Food Security As an agriculture-based country, Thailand has great potential for food production. Government has established a policy to develop Thailand as the “Kitchen of the World”. Thailand is the 13th largest food exporter in the world. No. 1 exporter for rice, tapioca, and canned pineapple, and No.3 for sugar. 60% of total export value comes from food and agriculture. Thailand food consumption makes up 33% share of household expenditures.1 Thai food plays an important part in contributing to the Thai economy. 17% of Thai population is malnourished.2 10% of Thai children has protein and starch deficiency3 1 National Statistics Office, 2010 2 FAO, 2009 434 43 3 Department of Health, 20053
  • 44. Global Food Security Index – Key FindingsThailand is in “Good Environment”No.2 in ASEAN, No. 45 in the world = Best Environment = Good Environment = Moderate Environment = Need Improvement Environment 44
  • 45. Food Security Index – ASEAN ranking Thailand is at forefront of food security in ASEAN. No.1 in affordability and No.2 in Quality & SafetyWorld OVERALL SCORES Affordability Availability Quality & SafetyRank 33 1 Malaysia 63.9 1 Thailand 60.9 1 Malaysia 65.2 1 Malaysia 68.4 45 2 Thailand 57.9 2 Malaysia 60.6 2 Vietnam 57.8 2 Thailand 57.5 55 3 Vietnam 50.4 3 Philippines 43.5 3 Thailand 55.3 3 Philippines 54.3 63 4 Philippines 47.1 4 Indonesia 42.3 4 Indonesia 52.6 4 Vietnam 50.8 64 5 Indonesia 46.8 5 Vietnam 42.1 5 Philippines 47.7 5 Myanmar 48.3 78 6 Myanmar 37.2 6 Myanmar 35.2 6 Myanmar 35.1 6 Indonesia 42.0 89 7 Cambodia 30.0 7 Cambodia 26.7 7 Cambodia 33.4 7 Cambodia 28.8 STRENGTHS CHALLENGES - Nutritional standards Gross domestic product per capita - Food safety - Proportion of population under global poverty line - Volatility of agricultural production - Prevalence of undernourishment - Access to financing for farmers 45
  • 46. We believe no single company or organization in the country alone can solve the issue. 46© National Geographic image
  • 47. DuPont solutions: Food Value Chain Engineering Polymer economy & durable Food Ingredients soy protein, enzymes People&Food Safety Animal Health business excellence Anti-counterfeiting Solutions robust & convenient disease prevention, animal feed Crop Protection Packaging Refrigeration optimal yield easy-to-use & durable Microbiological cost effective &Aquaculture environmentally friendly SafetySolutions Seeds rapid & easydisinfectant, optimal yielddisease prevention Food Service hygiene & style 47
  • 48. Together, we can feed a growing population. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Protecting fields against pests and disease Enhancing the nutritional value of food Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packaging technology to protect food from contaminants and decay 48© National Geographic image
  • 49. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farmingpractices We are working to develop sustainable solutions for farmers that drive yield through more efficient and sustainable use of water, nutrients, and soil, and through herbicide tolerance and resistance to pests and diseases Corn for School Lunch Program • Since 2002, we have been donating corn seeds and farming materials as well as giving agronomy training to rural schools. • Income from the harvested crop goes to the school lunch fund to help improve the nutrition quality of the school lunches. needy students have sufficient and nutrition food at their lunch. • In a year, we conduct the program at approx 30-45 schools in 20 provinces in the north and northeastern part of Thailand. • At the end of 2011, a collective income of more than THB 11 million (or USD 392,220) has benefitted rural schools in Thailand 49 49
  • 50. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farmingpractices Sustainable Practices for Ethnic Corn Farmers in Northern Thailand • We introduced corn hybrid seeds and sustainable farming practices to 40 hill tribe communities of farmers in the north of Thailand. • The farmers can increase yield and get higher income and better quality of life. 50 50
  • 51. Protecting fields against pestsand disease We are working side-by-side with farmers supporting them to access tools and technologies to grow food sustainably. We collaborate with public organizations and our business partners to transfer technology to farmers and educate them about good farming practices. Every year DuPont in Thailand provides training on safe use to approx 30,000 farmers nationwide. 51
  • 52. Enhancing the nutritional value of food Our solutions help improve the nutritional value of food, ensuring food safety, and finding sustainable solutions. We offer a broad range of food and dietary supplement solutions, providing enhanced bio-protection, improved nutritional profile, and better taste and texture. Dairy milk is a key part of a nutritious and balanced diet especially for Thailand’s younger population. 52
  • 53. Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packagingtechnology to protect food from contaminants and decay DuPont creates unique packaging technologies and materials that speed production, reduce cost, and minimize the impact of packaging on the environment. We also provide food safety diagnostic technology that can reduce the impact of pathogens and other unwanted organisms in food. 53
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  • 55. Feeding the WorldFarra SiregarManaging Director, DuPont VietnamASEAN Media Forum27 July 2012 55
  • 56. The world’s population reached 7 billion. By 2050, it will be 9 billion. Vietnam - 90 million in 2012 By 2020, it will be 100 million© National Geographic image 56
  • 57. We are applying our science to find solutions to some really BIG challenges… FEEDING THE WORLD REDUCING OUR DEPENDENCE KEEPING PEOPLE AND ON FOSSIL FUELS THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE 57© National Geographic images
  • 58. We believe no single company or organization in the country alone can solve the issue. 58© National Geographic image
  • 59. Global Food Security Index – Key Findings = Best Environment = Good Environment = Moderate Environment = Need Improvement Environment 59
  • 60. Food Security Indicators • Food consumption as a share of household expenditure • Proportion of population under global poverty line • Gross domestic product per capita • Agricultural import tariffs • Presence of food safety net programs • Access to farmer financing Affordability • Sufficiency of supply • Public expenditure on agricultural R&D • Agricultural infrastructure • Volatility of agricultural production • Political instability Availability • Diet diversification • Nutritional standards • Micronutrient availability • Protein quality • Food safety Quality & Safety 60
  • 61. Vietnam Food Security IndexOverall, Vietnam was ranked top three of food security in ASEAN. World OVERALL SCORES Rank 33 1 Malaysia 63.9 45 2 Thailand 57.9 55 3 Vietnam 50.4 63 4 Philippines 47.1 64 5 Indonesia 46.8 78 6 Myanmar 37.2 89 7 Cambodia 30.0 STRENGTHS CHALLENGES - existence of national dietary guidelines (Nutritional The challenge is not only in continuing the Standards) good focus and progress in food availability, - continued steady annual growth in agricultural quality and safety, but also in ensuring production affordable nutrition for Vietnam’s growing - existence of government’s food safety guideline population. - well-developed multilateral farmer financing programs 61
  • 62. Food Security - One of the key sustainable growth considerations for Vietnam Assessment through Affordability, Availability, and Quality & Safety Vietnam food consumption makes up more than 50% share of household expenditures. Agricultural sector plays an important role in ensuring food security. 21% of country GDP comes from agriculture sector. Vietnam is world’s leading rice exporter. Vietnam continues to face challenges in addressing the nutrition needs. 6262
  • 63. National Food Security Plan 2020 The country will need 50.3 million tons of food including 32.1 million tons of rice in 2015. A minimum of 3.8 million ha of land has been set aside for rice cultivation up to 2020. Strengthening research and the application of technology and reducing post-harvest losses Renovating land policies and enhancing environmental protection standards. 6363
  • 64. National Nutrition Strategy 2011-2020 By the year 2020, • Improve diet of Vietnamese people in terms of quantity, balanced quality, hygienic and safety. • Reduce child malnutrition, especially prevalence of stunting • Manage obesity/overweight, and limit risks of nutrition related chronic diseases. Over 32% of children in Vietnam are malnourished, stunted and underweight.* Vietnam’s milk consumption per capita is fairly low compared to other countries in the region. * Report of National Institute of Nutrition, 2009 64
  • 65. DuPont Solutions: Food Value Chain Engineering Polymer economy & durable Food Ingredients soy protein, enzymes People&Food Safety Animal Health business excellence Anti-counterfeiting Solutions robust & convenient disease prevention, animal feed Crop Protection Packaging Refrigeration optimal yield easy-to-use & durable Microbiological cost effective &Aquaculture environmentally friendly SafetySolutions Seeds rapid & easydisinfectant, optimal yielddisease prevention Food Service hygiene & style 65
  • 66. Together, we can feed a growing population. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farming practices Protecting fields against pests and disease Enhancing the nutritional value of food Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packaging technology to protect food from contaminants and decay 66© National Geographic image
  • 67. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainable farmingpractices Rice-After-Shrimp Farming System • In Vietnam, rice is grown in the rainy season and shrimp is farmed in the dry season. Farming both of these on the same field presents unique challenges. • DuPont developed PHB71, a rice hybrid that can better withstand salty soil • Local rice farmers have experienced great success with the seeds. 67 Video link
  • 68. Maximizing the yields of seeds through sustainablefarming practices “DuPont Farm Model Project” Launch A collaboration project to educate farmers on good sustainable farming practices for high rice production output while maintaining environmental stewardship and safety. The pilot project will be carried out in the North Vietnam, at Thanh Hoa Province, by Q4 2012. 68
  • 69. Protecting fields against pestsand disease We are working side-by-side with farmers supporting them to access tools and technologies to grow food sustainably. We collaborate with public organizations and our business partners to transfer technology to farmers and educate them about good farming practices. Every year DuPont in Vietnam provides training on safe use to approx 75,000 farmers nationwide. 69
  • 70. Enhancing the nutritional value of food Our solutions help improve the nutritional value of food, ensuring food safety, and finding sustainable solutions. We offer a broad range of food and dietary supplement solutions, providing enhanced bio-protection, improved nutritional profile, and better taste and texture. Dairy milk is a key part of a nutritious and balanced diet especially for Vietnam’s younger population. 70
  • 71. Reducing waste by diagnostic testing and packagingtechnology to protect food from contaminants and decay DuPont creates unique packaging technologies and materials that speed production, reduce cost, and minimize the impact of packaging on the environment. We also provide food safety diagnostic technology that can reduce the impact of pathogens and other unwanted organisms in food 71
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