NRT 2011: Vegetable Value Chain - NorMinVeggies in Mindanao

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NRT 2011
May 23-24, 2011
Manila

Session 6:
Working with Value Chain for Agriculture Microfinance

By: Emiterio Sanson Jr.
RBAP-MABS Microfinance Specialist

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NRT 2011: Vegetable Value Chain - NorMinVeggies in Mindanao

  1. 1. Vegetable Value Chain: The Case of NorMinVeggies in Mindanao EMITERIO F. SANSON, JR. Senior Banking & MF Specialist 11th RBAP-MABS National Roundtable May 24, 2011
  2. 2. •  Includes a sequence of activities required to bring a product (or service) from its conception to its end use.•  Players along Value Chain: input suppliers, producers, processors, and buyers. They are supported by a range of technical, business and financial service providers”
  3. 3. End Users/ Consumers Human InfrastructureResources Marketing Production Services Capital Inputs Equipment
  4. 4.  A
MARKET
FACILITATOR
linking
the
vegetable
producers,
 organized
into
CLUSTERS,
direct
to
the
buyers.
 Non‐stock,
not‐for‐profit
organizaIon
organized
by
15
 vegetable
producers
in
1999.
 Now
with
178
regular
members,
culIvaIng
350
hectares
in
 Misamis
Oriental
and
Bukidnon.
 Membership
include:
Individual
growers,
Small
Farmers,
 Corporate
Farms,
Devt
FoundaIon,
NGOs,
COOPs,
Input
&
 Service
Providers
(Seed
Co.)

  5. 5. • 5800
farming
households
produce
vegetables;
• Supply
more
than
70MT/week
of
assorted
 vegetables
to
Visayas
and
Luzon;
• Ship
about
5MT
weekly
of
assorted
semi‐ temperate
vegetables
to
insItuIonal
buyers
in
 Cebu

  6. 6. •  Low
producIvity
•  Inadequate
logisIcal
capabiliIes
•  Market
and
price
risks

•  Lack
of
market
linkage,
informaIon
&
know‐how
•  Lack
of
farm
to
market
roads
•  Fragmented
farm
and
farming
acIviIes
•  Lack
of
financing








How
are
these
challenges
to
vegetable
farmers
 addressed
by
the
value
chain
approach?

  7. 7. NorMinVeggiesClustered Small Farmers (8 clusters; Independenttotal 90 growers)– 27 are micro loan Growers (5) borrowers of Bukidnon Coop Bank Supermarkets Local Market (Robinsons, Gaisano) Jollibee (bulb Onions)(bitter gourd, squash, (bell pepper, lettuces, eggplants, etc) brocoli)
  8. 8. Clustered Small Farmers & Independent Growers NorMinVeggiesJollibee Food Corp Supermarkets Local Markets
  9. 9. Jollibee (buyer) Norminveggies Farmer(producer) (market facilitator) KAANIB/CRS/ LGU Bank (BCB) (Technical/ (MFI) Funding/ Logistics)
  10. 10. NorMinVeggies Clustered Small Farmers Independent(sweet corn, bell pepper, tomatoes) – Growers23 are micro loan borrowers of CBMOMetro Manila and Mindanao Local Visayas Local Supermarkets Markets Markets
  11. 11. Small Farmers & Independent Growers NorMinVeggies Traditional Market Mindanao Modern Market Traditional/Modern (supermarket, Markets –(wet market wholesaler/ Processors) retailer) Visayas & Luzon
  12. 12. Vegetable Value Chain Sub-Sector Map Retailers End Consumers JOLLIBEE Wholesalers (Mindanao/Visayas/ Supermarkets MetroManila) Cebu Market NORMINVEGGIES NORMINVEGGIES KAANIB Foundation Independent Farmers Corporate Growers COOP Farms CRS/LGU Claveria Vegetable Farmers Tampakan Onion Farmers Fresh Vegetable, Manila Fresh Onions, CDO Route
  13. 13. • New
farming
technologies;

• Access
to
packaging,
warehousing,
and
cold
 chain
services;
• Price
informaIon;
• Improved
access
to
finance;
• Entry
of
produce
into
markets
requiring
 volume
and
quality‐
fasboods,
supermarkets,
food
 processors,
consolidators,
hotels
and
restaurants.


  14. 14.  Value
chain
management
of
NorMinVeggies
is
strong
 due
to:

   Constant
innovaIons;
   Enabling
support
from
a
technical
assistance
 provider
(GEM
Project);

   increased
parIcipaIon
of
small
farmers
in
 clustering
their
farm
products;
 Capacity
building
linkages
with
micro
level
retailers
 Enabling
technical
assistance
is
key
to
gedng
the
 iniIaIve
going
and
strengthening
the
linkages
along
 the
value
chain

  15. 15.   
A
breakthrough
in
dynamic
modern
markets
with
 small
farmers
parIcipaIng;

 SIll,
factors
limiIng
plans
to
step
up
markeIng
need
 to
be
addressed:
   Poor
farm‐to‐market
roads
   Weak
credit
linkage
 Establishing
links
with
RBs
has
started
to
happen
 helping
address
lack
of
finance
 OpportuniIes
for
RB
financing
along
the
value
chain

  16. 16.  A
strategic
approach
to
comply
with“agri‐agra”
law.
 CONTACT:
Jun
Sanson
@
0917‐807‐MABS
























Margie
Roblezado
@
GEM
0918‐804‐1085
 








Leo
Eduria
@
NorMinVeggies

 
 
 (088)8561678;
09209235371

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Muchas
gracias!





































Maraming
salamat!


























































Thank
you!


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