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The main objective of National Domestic Biogas and Manure Programme is to develop and disseminate domestic biogas plants in rural areas with the ultimate goal to establish a sustainable and commercial …

The main objective of National Domestic Biogas and Manure Programme is to develop and disseminate domestic biogas plants in rural areas with the ultimate goal to establish a sustainable and commercial biogas sector in Bangladesh

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  • 1. National Domestic Biogas and Manure Programme Nazmul Haque Faisal Senior Programme Manager [email_address] Status, Strategies and Challenges
  • 2. Agenda
    • Overview of Programme
    • Achievements and Status
    • Work goals(2010-2012)
    • Challenges and Strategies
  • 3. Overview of NDBMP
    • Programme name National Domestic Biogas and Manure Programme
    • Programme duration January 2010 – December 2012
    • Working area All over Bangladesh where domestic biogas plant is feasible
    • Construction target 27,000 domestic size biogas plants
    • Implementing partners Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) together with its Partner Organisations selected from private companies and local NGOs.
    • Donor support DGIS (through SNV) and KfW
    • Technical support SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
  • 4. Objective of NDBMP
    • To develop and disseminate domestic biogas plants in rural areas with the ultimate goal to establish a sustainable and commercial biogas sector in Bangladesh.
  • 5. Specific Objectives of NDBMP
    • To increase the number of quality biogas plants by 37,269 in the period 2006 up to 2012,
    • To stimulate internalization of all benefits of the biogas plants including utilization of bio-slurry,
    • To ensure the continued operation of all biogas plants constructed under the program,
    • To attract and strengthen organizations for sustainable development of the biogas sector
  • 6. Types of Partner Organization (PO)
    • Construction Partner Organization (CPO)
        • is responsible for constructing the plant and will provide 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) from household .
  • 7. Types of Partner Organization (PO)
    • Lending and Construction Partner Organization (LCPO)
      • is responsible for constructing the plant and providing Loan and subsidy to households, through grants and refinancing (80% of Loan reimbursed by IDCOL not exceeding 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) but also collect installment with interest from household.
  • 8. Selection process of Partner Organizations Criteria Finalization Memo signing EOI Request Applications Submission Initial Screening Field Verification NQ NQ Preliminary selection of POs Participation agreement Recommendation from NDBMP Steering Committee Approval from IDCOL Board
  • 9. Quality Control Approach
    • During Construction
    • - The materials (Bricks, Cement, Khoa etc.)
    • Being constructed as per IDCOL design
    • After Construction
    • Appliances (stove, lamps etc.)
    • Warranty cards, Completion report, Agreement paper, Subsidy receipt
  • 10. Checking the quality Status 2007
  • 11. Physical achievements 2007 9.47 Maximum 8.00 Average construction defaults points 2 3 Number of appliances manufacturers 14 15 Number of Partner Organizations (POs) 722 (Male 480,Female242) 3600 Users Training 16700 persons 21600 Number of direct beneficiaries from biogas 2,235 3600 Number of plant construction Achievements Total Target Activities
  • 12. Physical achievements 2008 94% (based on Users’ Survey 07 and 08) Minimum 95% Plant functioning 7.88 Maximum 8.00 Average construction defaults points 2 4 Number of appliances manufacturers 28 (only 24 POs involved in construction of plants) 20 Number of Partner Organizations (POs) 2,102 5,349 Number of persons capacitated through training 17,142 persons 32,000 Number of direct beneficiaries from biogas 2116 4,200 Number of plant construction Achievements Total Target Activities
  • 13. Physical achievements 2009 96.50% (based on Users’ Survey 08) Minimum 98% Plant functioning 9.47 Maximum 8.00 Average construction defaults points 3 are already working and others are in exploration 4 Number of appliances manufacturers 20 (only 20 POs have constructed plants) 24 Number of Partner Organizations (POs) 2,102 5,349 Number of persons capacitated through training 31,800 persons 37,100 Number of direct beneficiaries from biogas 5,050 Plants (95%) 5,300 Number of plant construction Achievements Total Target Activities
  • 14. Physical achievements 2009 71% (44% with 1 pit and 27% with two pits 29% no pit reported during the monitoring) Minimum 70% Biogas plants with compost pits 1,132 plants 2,321 plants Plant maintenance reports (100% 2007 & 2008 plants) 96.50% (based on Users’ Survey 08) Minimum 98% Plant functioning Total 457 (Male: 270 Female: 187) 3,700 User’s training (at least 70% female) Achievements Total Target Activities
  • 15. Access to credit for biogas is increasing in 2009
  • 16. Number of persons directly benefited from biogas Total 51684 persons are getting direct benefit from biogas
  • 17. Average Investment Cost
  • 18. Construction Feed Material wise 2006-2009
  • 19. Construction Feed Material wise (2006-2009)
  • 20. Average Quality Default Points 2009
  • 21. Target Vs Achievement
  • 22. Growth
  • 23. Success Stories
    • Mr. Mahbub owner of Bhelabazar Shamaz Unnayan Sangstha(BSUS)
    • “ I am really proud to work in biogas sector as I can understand its potentiality and I am enjoying the full authority of decision making and building a dynamic team for my company to seize the opportunity in this sector”………….
  • 24. Work goals (Output) of 2010-12 100 Biogas Villages, 15 Biogas Unions, 7 Biogas Uppazilla and 5 Biogas District 30 Biogas Villages, 5 Biogas Unions, 5 Biogas Uppazilla and 5 Biogas District 40 Biogas Villages, 5 Biogas Unions and 2 Biogas Uppazilla 30 Biogas Villages and 5 Biogas Unions Cluster Construction Approach   100% of 2011 100% of 2010 100% of 2009 Plant maintenance   >95% >95% >95% Plant functioning Total Target 2012 Target 2011 Target 2010 Indicator
  • 25. Work goals (Output) of 2010-12 24,960 9790 8400 6,770 Number of beneficiaries through capacity development activities 18,900 7,700 6,300 4,900 Number of households with increased in income due to utilizations of slurry 3,300 800 1500 1000 Number of jobs created 162,000 66000 54000 42,000 No. of direct beneficiaries from the plants 27,000 11000 9000 7,000 No. of biogas plants installed Total Target 2012 Target 2011 Target 2010 Indicators
  • 26. Targets of Training 24,960 9,790 8,400 6,770 Total 120 40 40 40 Gender sensitization 18,900 7700 6300 4900 Biogas users 1,890 770 630 490 Cooperative Farmers training 60   30 30 Trainers training 120 30 30 60 Management training 450 150 150 150 Refresher to existing supervisor 600 200 200 200 Refresher to existing mason 900 300 300 300 New Supervisor 1,920 600 720 600 New Mason Total 2012 2011 2010 Type of training
  • 27. Conduction of Users Training
  • 28. Conduction of TOT for DTE
  • 29. Total Programme Budget excluding Credit (In Euro) 3,826,411 1,468,494 1,271,356 1,086,561 Total Programme Cost   2,479,592 1,010,204 826,531 642,857 Subsidy 1,346,819 458,290 444,825 443,704 Programme Activity cost   50,000 13,265 13,265 23,469 Gender mainstreaming   I 263,874 98,223 85,509 80,143 Programme management H 168,673 60,102 56,224 52,347 Institutional strengthening G 76,531 25,510 20,408 30,612 Monitoring & Evaluation F 238,148 90,633 82,821 64,694 Slurry management E 111,633 35,510 40,714 35,408 Training D 45,918 9,184 17,347 19,388 Research and Development C 157,072 47,629 55,219 54,224 Quality control B 234,969 78,235 73,316 83,418 Promotion A 27,000 11,000 9,000 7,000 Plant Target 2012 2011 2010 Activities Code Grand Total in Euro 2010-12 Estimated Expenditure in Euro
  • 30. Budget Source (in Euro) 10.763.517 4.241.389 3.583.724 2.938.404 Total 480.000 0 240.000 240.000 SNV core fund 240.000 240.000 0 0 SNV/TA funder 2.107.653 858.673 702.551 546.429 KfW (85% of subsidy) 371.940 151.531 123.980 96.429 GOB (15% of subsidy) 1.346.819 458.290 444.825 443.704 DGIS/ABP 3.175.200 1.293.600 1.058.400 823.200 KfW support for credit 6.217.105 2.532.895 2.072.368 1.611.842 Households (cash/credit) Total 2012 2011 2010 Proposed financing
  • 31. Construction Target for 2010 Minimum target 7000
  • 32. Assumptions
    • Government commitment and contribution
    • Combined efforts of stakeholders
    • Outsourcing effective and efficient
    • Capable Partner Organisations
    • Effective monitoring
  • 33. Challenges
      • Low plant construction in rainy season
      • Ensuring after sales service
      • Turnover of Masons
      • Intensifying the bio slurry activities
  • 34. Low construction in rainy season Construction Trend 2008 & 09 Low period
  • 35. Mason Retention <40%
  • 36.
    • Technical Audit of plants constructed between 2006-08
    • (March 5-21, 2010)
      • Ensuring after sales service
  • 37. Intensifying the bio slurry activities
  • 38. Strategic Approaches
    • Carrot and Stick Approaches
    • Cluster Construction Approach
    • Horizontal Linkages for Synergy and Complementarities
    • Financial Sustainability of the Programme
  • 39. Cluster Construction Approach
  • 40. Cluster Construction Approach
  • 41. Observation of Biogas week,2009
  • 42. Festoon describing dual benefit of biogas
  • 43. Media focus on Biogas programme
  • 44. Inauguration of Biogas Village User Government NGO
  • 45. Current focus
    • Promoting Biogas Village Concept (12 + 20 Biogas Villages)
    • Reward and recognition to the best masons/ supervisors/ managers to keep the staff’s motivation high
    • Stringent Quality Control Measures and Quality Management System
    • Capacity Building of the sector
  • 46. Strengths of NDBMP
    • High potentiality for biogas (availability of cattle/poultry birds, suitable weather, Easy availability of construction materials and human resources)
    • High demand of (organic) bio-slurry as fertilizer and fish feed
    • Lot of experiences on biogas in local level
    • Strong networks at local levels through Partner Organisations
  • 47. Strengths of NDBMP
    • Huge demand for bio-slurry as a organic fertilizer
  • 48. Creation of social capital
  • 49. Thank You