School Milk
Linked to Local Production

SIANI members meeting
Katarina Eriksson, Tetra Laval Food for Development Office
T...
Tetra Laval Group
DeLaval

Tetra Pak

Sidel

> 170 countries
Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
Benefits of aseptic technology

No

refrigeration or
preservatives needed

6-12

months shelf life

“The most important ...
Tetra Pak and School Feeding Programmes
► >50

years experience

► 62

countries (2012)

► 67

million children (2012)

► ...
Tetra Laval Food for Development Office

 Knowledge Center
 School Feeding
 Dairy Development

 Partnerships along the...
Why School Milk?


Health and nutrition



Academic results



School attendance/enrolment



Develop agriculture & pr...
Impact on Dairy Sector
Thailand
250,000 jobs created

Kenya
Milk drinking generation
Developed dairy industry

Tetra Laval...
Impact on Health and Education
Vietnam

Height and weight increased more
(than for children not receiving school milk)

Pa...
Parallel value chains for poor and rich

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
The Integrated Milk Value Chain

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
Partnerships Developing the
Dairy Value Chain

Small holder milk production

School milk

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
The Dairy Hub Concept
- links small holder farmers to dedicated dairy processors

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
The Dairy Hub Concept

Dairy
Hub

Dairy

Small holder farmer
Village Milk collection centres

Tetra Laval FfDO January 201...
Bangladesh Dairy Hub Project
Results after 30 months

Milk yield/cow/day:
from 4,75 - 8,5 liter

Milk collection/day:
from...
Issues adressed by school milk in Zambia


Low milk consumption



Child malnutrition



Small holder milk production

...
Homegrown school feeding:
Nchima, beans, oil and milk

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
Milk for Schools Pilot Programme:
18,000 children got milk 3 times/week

Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
Zambia Milk for Schools Project
Results after 2 years

Increased attendance and
enrolment. Increased pass
rates. Higher BM...
We Need Partners
► Customers
► Governments
► International

Development Agencies

► UN Agencies
► Agriculture

and Nutriti...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

Katarina M Eriksson
Senior Project and Partnership Development Manager
Tetra Laval Food for...
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The representative of the Private Sector, Katarina Eriksson, Senior Project & Partnership Development Manager at Tetra Laval, presented a school milk project that focuses simultaneously on reduction of malnutrition and on job creation in Thailand by developing local milk production.

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  • The Food for Development Office is a knowledgecentreworking with schoolfeeding and dairydevelopmentbuilding on the groupslongexperience.Wefocus on developingcountries and facilitate the partnershipsnecessary to develop the wholedairyvaluechain.
  • School milk programmes helpcountriesdevelop the wholedairysector.In Thailand it is estimated that 250 thousandjobshavebeencreatedas a result of a nation wideschoolmilkprogramme.In Kenya, 20 years of schoolmilkduring the 80’s and 90’s led to major investments in the dairyindustry and a high per capita milkconsumption that the country still benefits from.
  • In Vietnam it wasshown that children on the schoolmilkprogrammegrew 8% morethanotherchildren.In Pakistan, girl’sschoolenrolment in the Ghotkidistrict almost doubled after the introduction of schoolmilk.
  • If you allowme to generalise, in manycountriesthere are two parallell valuechains, one for the poor and one for the rich.Small holder farmers sellunprocessedmilkdirectly to or throughmiddle men to poorconsumers.The dairyindustrybuys from big farms or imports milkpowder and sellsthroughretailers to richconsumers.
  • Theintegrateddairyvaluechainincludesalso small holder farmers and the industrysuppliesaffordableproducts of goodquality to all consumers. Wehavedevelopedtwoways of stimulating this development: By helpingourdairycustomers access more small holdermilkthroughdevelopment of dairyhubsBy supportingdevelopment of schoolmilk programmes usinglocallyproducedmilk
  • Whenworking with dairydevelopment, ourcolleagues from DeLaval are the experts, with knowledge of how to develop all kinds of milkproductionincluding small holderproduction.The dairyhubconcept is a way to link small holder farmers to the industry. A dedicateddairy processor guarantees to buy all theirmilkif it holds a certainquality.
  • This is how it is organised. Small holder farmers deliver to villagecollectioncentres and the milk is taken from thesecentres to a Central collectioncentrewhere the dairy picks up the milk. Farmers receivetraining, inputs and services. The key is to build trust and to develop the milkproduction step by step, starting with the efforts that givemostresults in farmer income.
  • These are examples of results in the first dairyhub in Bangladesh after 30 months.Most important is that farmershave almost doubledtheiraverageincomes.
  • The mainissues that Tetra Pak wanted to address by initiating a schoolmilkprogramme in Zambia was the verylowmilkconsumption in the country, compared to neighbouringcountries, the widespread malnutrition amongchildren and the need to develop small holdermilkproduction.
  • WFP and the governmenthadintroduced nation wideschoolfeedfingbased on localingredients – the Home grownschoolfeedingprogramme. Milk nowbecame a new ingredientbesides the localmaizeporridge, beans and oil, addingmuchneeded nutrition.
  • The pilot programmecovered 18,000 children ingrades 1-9 in a rural district 4 hours from the capital. This is a region wheremanychildrenhadneverhadmilk to drink before.Children received a portion of milk 3 times per week.Weintroducedourimplementationmodelincludingstrictmonitoring systems and data collection.
  • After twoyearsmorechildren go to schoolmoreoften.Schoolshavehad to serve milk on randomdays, otherwisemanychildren come to school just on milkdays. The childrenalsoperformbetter and growbetter.The dairy is collectingmoremilk from small holders. A model that can be scaled up has beenproved.
  • Weneed partners to dotheseprojects.Except for ourcustomers, the dairies, weneed to cooperate with governments and sometimes with development and UN agencies.For knowledgesharing and partner search, wealsodepend on the networkingfacilitated by for examle SIANI and otheragriculture and nutrition networks.
  • In conclusion, partnerships and networking is crucial for us in ourefforts to develop new projects. Wehope that SIANI cancontinue to be a goodplatform for us in Sweden and internationallythroughwhichwecan get contact with new potential partners and share and get access to relevant information.THANK YOU!
  • Katarina Eriksson, Senior Project & Partnership Development Manager at Tetra Laval at SIANI Annual Meeting 2014

    1. 1. School Milk Linked to Local Production SIANI members meeting Katarina Eriksson, Tetra Laval Food for Development Office Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    2. 2. Tetra Laval Group DeLaval Tetra Pak Sidel > 170 countries Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    3. 3. Benefits of aseptic technology No refrigeration or preservatives needed 6-12 months shelf life “The most important food science advancement of the 20th Century.” Institute of Food Technologists 1989 Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    4. 4. Tetra Pak and School Feeding Programmes ► >50 years experience ► 62 countries (2012) ► 67 million children (2012) ► Mainly milk ► Mainly government funding Zambia Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    5. 5. Tetra Laval Food for Development Office  Knowledge Center  School Feeding  Dairy Development  Partnerships along the value chain Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    6. 6. Why School Milk?  Health and nutrition  Academic results  School attendance/enrolment  Develop agriculture & private sector  Create jobs  Grow commercial market Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    7. 7. Impact on Dairy Sector Thailand 250,000 jobs created Kenya Milk drinking generation Developed dairy industry Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    8. 8. Impact on Health and Education Vietnam Height and weight increased more (than for children not receiving school milk) Pakistan Girls’ enrolment up 87% Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    9. 9. Parallel value chains for poor and rich Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    10. 10. The Integrated Milk Value Chain Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    11. 11. Partnerships Developing the Dairy Value Chain Small holder milk production School milk Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    12. 12. The Dairy Hub Concept - links small holder farmers to dedicated dairy processors Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    13. 13. The Dairy Hub Concept Dairy Hub Dairy Small holder farmer Village Milk collection centres Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    14. 14. Bangladesh Dairy Hub Project Results after 30 months Milk yield/cow/day: from 4,75 - 8,5 liter Milk collection/day: from 2 000 - 35 000 litres Farmer income from USD 100 - 187 / month +80% +1750% +87% Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    15. 15. Issues adressed by school milk in Zambia  Low milk consumption  Child malnutrition  Small holder milk production Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    16. 16. Homegrown school feeding: Nchima, beans, oil and milk Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    17. 17. Milk for Schools Pilot Programme: 18,000 children got milk 3 times/week Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    18. 18. Zambia Milk for Schools Project Results after 2 years Increased attendance and enrolment. Increased pass rates. Higher BMI Increase in milk collected from small holders Partnerships established and model proved Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    19. 19. We Need Partners ► Customers ► Governments ► International Development Agencies ► UN Agencies ► Agriculture and Nutrition Networks Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
    20. 20. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Katarina M Eriksson Senior Project and Partnership Development Manager Tetra Laval Food for Development Office (Stockholm) Mob: +46 70 679 00 14 Katarinam.eriksson@tetralaval.com www.tetrapak.com/ffdo Tetra Laval FfDO January 2014
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