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PAPUA CACAO PROGRAM 2011

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Report to Asian People’s Fund for Mutual Benefit General Assembly By YPMD - PAPUA …

Report to Asian People’s Fund for Mutual Benefit General Assembly By YPMD - PAPUA
Surabaya, Indonesia 18 November, 2011

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  • 1. PAPUA CACAO PROGRAM 2011 Asian People’s Fund for Mutual Benefit General Assembly By YPMD - PAPUA Surabaya, Indonesia 18 November, 2011
  • 2. CACAO PRODUCTION AREA in PAPUA
  • 3. Basic Concept of Cacao Program
  • 4. TARGET
    • ESTABLISH GLOBAL COMMUNITY FREE FROM CONFLICTS
    • CHANGES IN MINORITY ETHNIC GROUPS UNDER DEVELOPMENT
      • ECOLOGY TO SAVE WORLD
      • EDUCATION FROM PEOPLE TO PEOPLE
      • SUSTAINABLE AND PEACEFUL MINORITY-ORIENTED ECONOMY
  • 5. Village A Village B Village C YPMD Group Skema Cacao Program in 2011 The 1 st Procee: Central Fermentation & Drying Unit The 2 nd Process Dry Beans  Cacao Mas @ Jember Cacao Research Institute EXPORT to Japan Kampung A Kampung A
  • 6. Harvest in Imeno Village
  • 7. Bring to Yanim Processing Unit Weight the wet beans Pay to farmer for Rp 6,000/kg (70 cent)
  • 8. Fermentation – 4 days –
  • 9. Drying – Until Water Content 7% –
  • 10. Chronology of Activity
    • May – June 2011
    • Construction of Processing Unit in Yanim
  • 11. Chronology of Activity May – July buying beans, processing
  • 12. Chronology of Activity July Dried beans turned black and molded Mr Yoshimura from ATJ QC came Sotir beans Sold to local buyer 3.5 ton
  • 13. Lessons Learned
    • After fermentation the beans should be dried timely  During bad weather seasons, use Dryer Machine
    • Schedule of Collecting beans should be organized
    •  Dryer machine requires 1.5 ton
  • 14. Chronology of Activity September Cacao trees grow too big! Cacao trees need trimming. Mr Edy from Cacao Researc Institute visited “cacao forest” in Yanim
  • 15. Lessons Learned
    • Serious Improvements in Cacao Production Area
    • Organize Farmer Groups
    • Systematic Training How to Grow Cacao
    • Making “Demonstatation Plot”
    Poster in Wembi Village “Plant & Taking Care So that our children’s future gets better”
  • 16. YPMD Cacao Program Area Gunyem (Yanim, Imeno) Fermentaion Keerom (Wembi, Waris) Border with PNG Drying & Storage (YPMD Operation)
  • 17.
    • SHOW MUST GO ON!!
    • Thank you