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Biogas Stakeholders Gathering NDBMP 2010

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Biogas Stakeholders Gathering of NDBMP April 2010

Biogas Stakeholders Gathering of NDBMP April 2010

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  • 1. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 1National Domestic Biogas and Manure ProgrammeNazmul Haque FaisalSenior Programme Managerfaisalproject@gmail.comStatus, Strategies andChallenges
  • 2. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 2Agenda1. Overview of Programme2. Achievements and Status3. Work goals(2010-2012)4. Challenges and Strategies
  • 3. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 3Overview of NDBMP• Programme name National Domestic Biogas andManure Programme• Programme duration January 2010 – December 2012• Working area All over Bangladesh wheredomestic biogas plant is feasible• Construction target 27,000 domestic size biogas plants• Implementing partners Infrastructure DevelopmentCompany Limited (IDCOL)together with its PartnerOrganisations selected fromprivate companies and local NGOs.• Donor support DGIS (through SNV) and KfW• Technical support SNV Netherlands DevelopmentOrganisation
  • 4. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 4Objective of NDBMPTo develop anddisseminate domesticbiogas plants in ruralareas with the ultimategoal to establish asustainable andcommercial biogassector in Bangladesh.
  • 5. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 5Specific Objectives of NDBMP• To increase the number ofquality biogas plants by 37,269 inthe period 2006 up to 2012,• To stimulate internalization of allbenefits of the biogas plantsincluding utilization of bio-slurry,• To ensure the continuedoperation of all biogas plantsconstructed under the program,• To attract and strengthenorganizations for sustainabledevelopment of the biogas sector
  • 6. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 6Types of Partner Organization (PO)• Construction Partner Organization(CPO)- is responsible for constructing the plant and willprovide subsidy to households- Plants are constructed mainly on cash basis i.e.house will bear all the cost- CPO entitles to receive Technical fee (Max. Tk.5000) and Maintenance fee (Tk. 700) fromhousehold .
  • 7. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 7Types of Partner Organization (PO)• Lending and Construction PartnerOrganization (LCPO)- is responsible for constructing the plant and providingLoan and subsidy to households, through grants andrefinancing (80% of Loan reimbursed by IDCOL notexceeding 147 Euro)- Plants are constructed mainly on credit basis i.e.house will avail loan facilities from LCPO.- LCPO will not only entitle to receive Technical fee(Max. Tk. 5000) and Maintenance fee ( Tk. 700) butalso collect installment with interest from household.
  • 8. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 8Selection process of PartnerOrganizationsCriteria FinalizationMemo signingEOI RequestApplicationsSubmissionInitial ScreeningField Verification NQNQPreliminaryselectionof POsParticipationagreementRecommendationfromNDBMPSteering CommitteeApproval fromIDCOL Board
  • 9. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 9Quality Control ApproachDuring Construction- The materials (Bricks, Cement, Khoa etc.)- Being constructed as per IDCOL designAfter Construction- Appliances (stove, lamps etc.)- Warranty cards, Completion report, Agreementpaper, Subsidy receipt
  • 10. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 10Checking the quality Status 2007
  • 11. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 11Physical achievements 2007Activities Total Target AchievementsNumber of plant construction 3600 2,235Number of direct beneficiariesfrom biogas21600 16700 personsUsers Training 3600 722 (Male480,Female242)Number of Partner Organizations(POs)15 14Number of appliancesmanufacturers3 2Average construction defaultspointsMaximum 8.00 9.47
  • 12. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 12Physical achievements 2008Activities Total Target AchievementsNumber of plant construction 4,200 2116Number of direct beneficiariesfrom biogas32,000 17,142 personsNumber of persons capacitatedthrough training5,349 2,102Number of PartnerOrganizations (POs)20 28 (only 24 POsinvolved inconstruction ofplants)Number of appliancesmanufacturers4 2Average construction defaultspointsMaximum 8.00 7.88Plant functioning Minimum 95% 94% (based on Users’Survey 07 and 08)
  • 13. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 13Physical achievements 2009Activities Total Target AchievementsNumber of plant construction 5,300 5,050 Plants (95%)Number of direct beneficiariesfrom biogas37,100 31,800 personsNumber of persons capacitatedthrough training5,349 2,102Number of PartnerOrganizations (POs)24 20 (only 20 POs haveconstructed plants)Number of appliancesmanufacturers4 3 are already workingand others are inexplorationAverage construction defaultspointsMaximum 8.00 9.47Plant functioning Minimum 98% 96.50% (based onUsers’ Survey 08)
  • 14. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 14Physical achievements 2009Activities Total Target AchievementsBiogas plants withcompost pitsMinimum 70% 71% (44% with 1 pit and27% with two pits 29% nopit reported during themonitoring)User’s training (at least70% female)3,700 Total 457(Male: 270Female: 187)Plant functioning Minimum 98% 96.50% (based on Users’Survey 08)Plant maintenancereports (100% 2007 &2008 plants)2,321 plants 1,132 plants
  • 15. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 15Access to credit for biogas is increasing, 2009Cash20%Credit80%
  • 16. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 16Number of persons directly benefited from biogasNo.of Direct Beneficiaries1442167001714231800 Year 2006Year 2007Year 2008year 2009Total 51684 persons are getting direct benefit from biogas
  • 17. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 17Average Investment Cost257122825632436050001000015000200002500030000Year 2007 Year 2008 Year 2009Average Investment Cost
  • 18. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 18Construction Feed Material wise 2006-200971312888010002000300040005000600070008000Cowdung based Poultry dropping basedInputwise Biogas PlantCowdung basedPoultry dropping based
  • 19. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 19Construction Feed Material wise (2006-2009)0200400600800100012001400160018002000CowdungPoultryDroppingsCowdungPoultryDroppingsCowdungPoultryDroppingsCowdungPoultryDroppings2006 2007 2008 20091,21,622,43,24,8
  • 20. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 20Average Quality Default Points0,002,004,006,008,0010,0012,0014,0016,00ChangeMakerDESHAHosainBiogasCoGrameenShaktiSAPNONDSSUFShubashatiRuralServiceFoundationARABBASAKamrulBiogasCo,DOPSRahmanBiogasCoBONDHANNirapadEngg,Ltd,SrizonyBangladeshAnannyoMBSKSERAANurunnabiBiogasco,RISDASOULJahanaraBiogasCo,2009
  • 21. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 21Target Vs Achievement12002053,6002116420026485300505070001810010002000300040005000600070002006 2007 2008 2009 2010 tillMarchTargetAchievement
  • 22. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 22Growth2052116264850501810010002000300040005000600070002006 2007 2008 2009 2010 till March20062007200820092010 till March
  • 23. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 23Success StoriesMr. Mahbub owner of Bhelabazar ShamazUnnayan Sangstha(BSUS)“I am really proud to work in biogas sector as I canunderstand its potentiality and I am enjoying the fullauthority of decision making and building a dynamicteam for my company to seize the opportunity in thissector”………….
  • 24. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 24Work goals (Output) of 2010-12Indicator Target2010Target2011Target2012TotalPlant functioning >95% >95% >95%Plant maintenance 100% of2009100% of2010100% of2011Cluster ConstructionApproach30 BiogasVillagesand 5BiogasUnions40 BiogasVillages, 5BiogasUnionsand 2BiogasUppazilla30 BiogasVillages, 5BiogasUnions, 5BiogasUppazillaand 5BiogasDistrict100BiogasVillages,15 BiogasUnions, 7BiogasUppazillaand 5BiogasDistrict
  • 25. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 25Work goals (Output) of 2010-12Indicators Target2010Target2011Target2012TotalNo. of biogas plants installed7,000 9000 11000 27,000No. of direct beneficiariesfrom the plants 42,000 54000 66000 162,000Number of jobs created1000 1500 800 3,300Number of households withincreased in income due toutilizations of slurry 4,900 6,300 7,700 18,900Number of beneficiariesthrough capacitydevelopment activities 6,770 8400 9790 24,960
  • 26. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 26Targets of TrainingType of training 2010 2011 2012 TotalNew Mason 600 720 600 1,920New Supervisor 300 300 300 900Refresher to existingmason 200 200 200 600Refresher to existingsupervisor 150 150 150 450Management training 60 30 30 120Trainers training 30 30 60Cooperative Farmerstraining 490 630 770 1,890Biogas users4900 6300 7700 18,900Gender sensitization 40 40 40 120Total 6,770 8,400 9,790 24,960
  • 27. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 27Conduction of Users Training
  • 28. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 28Conduction of TOT for DTE
  • 29. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 29Total Programme Budgetexcluding Credit (In Euro)Estimated Expenditure in Euro Grand Total inEuro 2010-12Code Activities 2010 2011 2012Plant Target 7,000 9,000 11,000 27,000A Promotion 83,418 73,316 78,235 234,969B Quality control 54,224 55,219 47,629 157,072C Research and Development 19,388 17,347 9,184 45,918D Training 35,408 40,714 35,510 111,633E Slurry management 64,694 82,821 90,633 238,148F Monitoring & Evaluation 30,612 20,408 25,510 76,531G Institutional strengthening 52,347 56,224 60,102 168,673H Programme management 80,143 85,509 98,223 263,874I Gender mainstreaming 23,469 13,265 13,265 50,000Programme Activity cost 443,704 444,825 458,290 1,346,819Subsidy 642,857 826,531 1,010,204 2,479,592Total Programme Cost 1,086,561 1,271,356 1,468,494 3,826,411
  • 30. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 30Budget Source (in Euro)Proposed financing 2010 2011 2012 TotalHouseholds (cash/credit) 1.611.842 2.072.368 2.532.895 6.217.105KfW support for credit 823.200 1.058.400 1.293.600 3.175.200DGIS/ABP 443.704 444.825 458.290 1.346.819GOB (15% of subsidy) 96.429 123.980 151.531 371.940KfW (85% of subsidy) 546.429 702.551 858.673 2.107.653SNV/TA funder 0 0 240.000 240.000SNV core fund 240.000 240.000 0 480.000Total 2.938.404 3.583.724 4.241.389 10.763.517
  • 31. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 31Construction Target for 20100100200300400500600700800900Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov DecMinimum target 7000
  • 32. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 32Assumptions• Government commitment and contribution• Combined efforts of stakeholders• Outsourcing effective and efficient• Capable Partner Organisations• Effective monitoring
  • 33. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 33Challenges Low plant construction in rainyseason Ensuring after sales service Turnover of Masons Intensifying the bio slurry activities
  • 34. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 34Low construction in rainy seasonConstruction Trend 2008 & 09200820090100200300400500600700JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberLow period
  • 35. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 35Mason Retention <40%
  • 36. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 36• Technical Auditof plantsconstructedbetween 2006-08(March 5-21,2010)Ensuring after sales service
  • 37. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 37Intensifying the bio slurryactivities
  • 38. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 38Strategic Approaches• Carrot and Stick Approaches• Cluster Construction Approach• Horizontal Linkages for Synergy andComplementarities• Financial Sustainability of the Programme
  • 39. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 39Cluster Construction Approach
  • 40. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 40Cluster Construction Approach
  • 41. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 41Observation of Biogas week,2009
  • 42. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 42Placard describing dual benefit of biogas
  • 43. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 43Media focus on Biogas programme
  • 44. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 44UserGovernmentNGOInauguration of Biogas Village
  • 45. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 45Current focus• Promoting Biogas Village Concept (12 + 20Biogas Villages)• Reward and recognition to the best masons/supervisors/ managers to keep the staff’smotivation high• Stringent Quality Control Measures and QualityManagement System• Capacity Building of the sector
  • 46. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 46Strengths of NDBMP• High potentiality for biogas(availability of cattle/poultrybirds, suitable weather, Easyavailability of constructionmaterials and humanresources)• High demand of (organic) bio-slurry as fertilizer and fish feed• Lot of experiences on biogas inlocal level• Strong networks at local levelsthrough Partner Organisations
  • 47. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 47Strengths of NDBMP• Huge demand for bio-slurry as a organicfertilizer
  • 48. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 48Creation of social capital
  • 49. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 49NDBMP TeamAdvisors Rajeev Munankami, Senior Advisor, SNV Dr. Fokhrul Islam, Bio Manure Management Advisor, SNVProgramme Management Team1. Nazmul Haque Faisal, Senior Programme Manager2. Rashed Minhaz, Senior Investment officer (Marketing)3. Mohammad Wahidur Rahman, Senior Investment officer(Technical)4. Nusrat Rob, Senior Account Officer5. 8 Quality Inspectors6. Ruhul & Tanvir, Office support Staff
  • 50. April 21, 2010 Bangladesh Biogas Stakeholders Gathering 50Thank You