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    • THE EADD KENYA 1 ST E-DAIRY CONFERENCE SAFARI PARK HOTEL Augustine Cheruiyot & Team
    • East Africa Dairy Development Project - Kenya
      • Funded by a grant from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
      • 4 year (2008 – 2011) farm-to-table industry development project
      • Primary objective of doubling incomes of 110,000 small holder dairy famers, transforming livelihoods of over ½ million people
      • Implemented by a consortium of 5 partners led by Heifer International
      • Currently in 3 rd year of a 4 year pilot program
    • Double farmers Income - How?
      • Bulking
      • Value addition – chilling & quality improvement
      • Productivity improvement
        • Animal health
        • Animal husbandry
        • Sustainability of production through feed conservation
      • Long term breeding
      • Other related services – bulk purchase of goods come with discounts
      • 21 DFBAs in place all engaged formally with 83,569 farmers reached vs a target of 110,000 farmers – 24,998 mobilized in 2010
      • 8 Chilling plants established in 2010
      • 12 CPs set up to date with farmers total investment being Kshs.185 million and + 5 old CPs
      • 14 DFBAs kitted with AI equipment from POG revolving fund
      • 19 DFBAs actively selling milk and have sold 70 million Kgs in 2009/2010 – an average of 156,935Kgs per day earning farmers US$18 million (US$10 million in 2010 alone)
      Key Highlights of 2010 - Kenya
    • Key Highlights of 2010 - Kenya
      • Formation of 1,450 DMGs/CIG’s
      • Training of 12,041 women in group dynamics and leadership
      • 4,243 Farmers participating in Exchange visit
      • 11,743 Cows register in 2010– cumulative – 37,063 cows
      • 31,776 original AI carried out since inception
      • Successfully tested linked dairy management systems in two sites
    • 17 Operational Chilling Plants
      • Siongiroi Dairy Plant
      • Tanykina Dairy Plant
      • Kipkelion Dairy Plant
      • Olkalou Dairy Plant
      • Olenguruone Dairies
      • Cherangany Dairies
      • Kinangop Dairy Plant – Muki
      • Lelan Highland Dairies Ltd
      • Metkei Multipurpose Ltd
      • Chepkorio dairies
      • Taragoon Dairies
      • Kabiyet Dairy Plant
      • Sot Dairy Ltd
      • Kokiche Dairy Plant
      • Cherobu Dairy Plant
      • Kieni Dairy Plant
      • Tindiret Dairies
    • Chepkorio Dairies
    • Taragoon Dairies
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      • Metkei Cooling Plant
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    • Lelan Highlands Dairies
    • Examples of success:
      • Sales US$ 2 .07 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 1.81m
      • Registered farmers : 5515
      • Milk kg per day: 30,342
      • Acquired 2 more tanks
      • Sales US$ 0.89 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 0.812m
      • Registered farmers : 5,540
      • Milk kg per day: 20,792
      • Acquired a milk tanker
      • Sales US$ 1.14 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 1.27m
      • Registered farmers : 6,701
      • Milk kg per day: 17,991
      • Got support from TetraPak to buy a 5,000Kg tank
    • Chilling clients Performance summary Jan-Nov,2010 Business Indicator Actual total Total Sales Revenues US$ 11,537,217 Money Paid to farmers US$ 10,027,429 Net profits US$ 463,681 Total milk delivered Kg 40,312,943 Daily milk intake Kg 156,935 Total Registered farmers 83,569 Total Active milk suppliers 28,140 Farmer Equity to date US$ 433,037 Milk sales per farmer US$ 410
    • EADD Kenya Chilling plant Business Highlights CP Results Summary 2008 2009 2010 Total Chilling plant Sales US $ 3,687,905 6,382,000 11,537,217 21,607,122 Money paid to farmers US$ 3,252,339 5,616,753 10,027,429 18,896,521 Total Milk sold by farmers Kg 11,862,172 18,588,344 40,312,943 70,763,459 Net Profits US $ 44,675 163,672 463,681 672,028 Registered farmers 23,134 35,437 24,998 83,569
    • Cost effective supply of goods and services Milestone Overall Target 2008 2009 2010 To date % Achieved BDS providers trained 308 0 402 405 807 254% Farmers accessing BDS 100,000 0 30,088 64,794 94,882 94% Farmer owned FSA/ Sacco established 11 0 4 2 6 54.5%
    • The Solution – Transforming Chilling plants to Business Hubs TRANSPORTERS TESTING FARMERS FIELD DAYS FEED SUPPLY AI & EXTENSION VILLAGE BANKS OTHER RELATED MEs HARDWARE SUPPLIERS CHILLING HUB
    • Business Indicator Actual total Total FSAs established 4 Total membership 3,256 Total Savings US$ 1.3 million Total Share Capital US$ 54,038 Total Net Profit US$ 22,989 Total assets US$ 189,638
      • Over 192 motorbikes acquired by BDS services providers linked and guaranteed by EADD and CPs to access loans from the banks
        • Lead partner is Family Bank Ltd
        • Others banks on the pipeline with similar products: Cooperative bank, CfCStanbic, Equity, KCB and K-Rep
      • 11 sites equipped with minilabs and 126 AHAs & Vets equipped with basic veterinary kits
    • Breeding Achievements : 2008 - 2010 Milestone 2008 2009 2010 Total Original, artificial inseminations performed (1.6/cow) 2,162 28,858 31,776 62,796 Farmers adopt animal passport for traceability 5,553 9,641 20,477 35,671 Number of CAHP accredited on AI 28 61 66 155 Farmers trained in basic animal recordkeeping and traceability 1,200 29,520 32,195 62,915
    • Establishing Services: Equipping AISPs
        • The Government: MOA, MOLD, MOC, MOY & Provincial Administration
        • Kenya Dairy Board
        • NNET group - NKCC
          • Nestle, - Milk quality kabiyet
          • Tetrapak – KES 5.8 million to develop two DFBAs
        • Brookside Dairies, Molo Milk, Sameer Agric and Premier dairies
        • K-Rep Development Agency
        • Talent Communications
        • KVA, IOM
        • Fina Bank , Coop Bank, Family Bank
        • The DFBAs!
        • Key Partners
    • Good partnership with the Government
    • Signing partnership with IOM in Cherangany CP TetraPak Handing over Kshs.3 million dummy cheque to Kokiche Chairman
      • Metkei partnership with TetraPak
    • Objective of ICT in EADD-p
      • Sales US$ 2 .07 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 1.81m
      • Registered farmers : 5515
      • Milk kg per day: 30,342
      • Acquired 2 more tanks
      • Sales US$ 0.89 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 0.812m
      • Registered farmers : 5,540
      • Milk kg per day: 20,792
      • Acquired a milk tanker
      • Sales US$ 1.14 million
      • Farmers payouts US$ 1.27m
      • Registered farmers : 6,701
      • Milk kg per day: 17,991
      • Got support from TetraPak to buy a 5,000Kg tank
    • Objective ICT in EADD
      • Centralized and localized information systems and databases.
      • Data Collection and processing
      • Faster decision making
      • Provide access to Services
      • Milk Traceability
      • Cattle registration and tagging.
    • Milk Collection System
    • Access to services
    • Dairy Management software
      • Developed a dairy management and Village bank software that caters for;
        • Data collection and milk payment processing as well as other operational modules
        • Accounting and financial management that include, asset management, P&L ,Balance sheet, Cash flow and budgeting modules.
        • SMS module
        • Integration to Agrovet POS and Village bank management software.
    • Payoff to the Chilling Plant and Farmer
      • Chilling Plant,Agrovet,Village Bank
        • Data accuracy and integrity
        • Faster data and payroll processing.
        • Increased efficiency in service delivery.
        • Timely reconciliation and preparation of accounting and financial reports.
        • Enhancement of corporate governance and risk management.
        • Better tracking of payments to relevant government authorities such as Tax and KDB cess.
        • New product development( SMS information products, Advertisements and MPESA)
    • Cont
      • Farmer
        • Correct milk records
        • Access to Historical farmer information increasing the chances of getting a loan.
        • Access to credit facilities as providers can access credit worthiness.
        • Access to Information on SMS leading to less travel time and more on-farm time. This leads to savings in transport costs.
        • Confidence in dairy enterprises.
    • Cont..
      • Other Stakeholders
        • Access to farmer historical information.
        • Access to a large pool of farmers for advertisement and promotions.
        • Share of information between National database and EADD.(API)
      • Milk intake
      • Transporters
      • Inquiry Module
      • Members management
      • Security and system administration.
      • SMS and Mpesa
      • End of day processing
      • Agrovet management
      • Import/export facility
      • Payroll processing
      • Chart of accounts
      • Journals
      • Asset register
      • Profit and loss reporting
      • Balance sheet and cash flow reporting
      • Annual budgeting module.
      • Integration/API modules
    • Features of FSA Software
      • BOSA
        • Loans
        • Shares
        • Dividends
        • Share refund
        • Member withdrawal
        • Journal Entries on members personal Accounts
    • Features cont…
      • FOSA
        • Deposit and withdrawal
        • API with EASYMA, ATM,SMS,MPESA
        • Current accounts
        • Savings accounts
        • Fixed deposit
        • Cheque receipting and clearance
        • Advances
    • FAQs
      • ICT is expensive
        • ICT is not expensive compared to the volume of business or turnover.
      • Support.
        • There is on site and team viewer support.
      • Requirements
        • Server
        • Network
        • 2-3 Pc’s
    • Thank You!