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presented at, Workshop Indonesia-U.S. Partnership Agricultural Innovation and Investment to Enhance Food Security , Tuesday 2 February 2010, J. W. Marriott Hotel, Lingkar Mega Kuningan Street E 1-2, ...

presented at, Workshop Indonesia-U.S. Partnership Agricultural Innovation and Investment to Enhance Food Security , Tuesday 2 February 2010, J. W. Marriott Hotel, Lingkar Mega Kuningan Street E 1-2, Jakarta

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    • INOVATION AND INVESTMENT IN POST HARVEST HANDLING By FRANCISCUS WELIRANG Ketua Komite Tetap Ketahanan Pangan - KADIN Presented at, WORKSHOP : INDONESIA – U.S PARTNERSHIP AGRICULTURAL INOVATION AND INVESTMENT TO ENHANCE FOOD SECURITY Tuesday, 2 February 2010 Jam 08.00 – 05.00 wib J.W Marriott Hotel, Room Mutiara 1 2 nd Floor Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan E 1-2 Jakarta 12950 1 FW/SD/2/2010/SP INDONESIA CHAMBER OF TRADE AND COMMERCE
    • 2 FW/SD/2/2010/SP
      • FOOD PRICES IN THE WORLD MARKET HAVE INCREASED SIGNIFICANTLY OVER PAST FEW YEARS, WHICH IS NOT A TEMPORARY PHENOMENON. THE ADVANCED UTILIZATION OF FOOD FOR ENERGY HAS RESULTED IN A FOOD PRICES’ ESCALATION. IT IS WELL BELIEVED THAT THIS TREND WILL CONTINUE IN THE FUTURE.
      • THE CURRENT ESCALATION OF FOOD PRICES THREATENS THE FULFILLMENT OF HUMAN’S BASIC NEEDS; INCREASES INSTABILITY OF POLITICS AND ECONOMY; AND HINDERS POVERTY ERADICATION PROCESS IN MANY COUNTRIES. BASED ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO)’S REPORT, 1.923 MILLIONS OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION SUFFERED FROM FOOD SCARCITY IN 2007, WHICH IS ABOUT 80 MILLIONS HIGHER COMPARED TO 1990 -1992.
      • THE WORLD’S FOOD DEMANDS SHOULD ENCOURAGE PRODUCER COUNTRIES TO INCREASE THEIR PRODUCTIONS, BOTH TO FULFILL THEIR OWN NEEDS AND TO SUPPLY THE WORLD. THIS OPPORTUNITY SHOULD BE USED TO OPTIMALLY PROMOTE THE UTILIZATION OF POTENTIAL RESOURCES FOR WELFARE AND PROSPERITY OF THE COUNTRY AND CITIZEN.
      • INDONESIA IS KNOWN AS AN AGRICULTURAL AND MARITIME COUNTRY WITH VAST AGRICULTURAL AREAS, CONDUCIVE CLIMATE AND RAINFALL, AND A SUFFICIENTLY LABOR FORCE. INDONESIA ALSO HAS LONG COASTLINES (AROUND 81,000 KM), SIZABLE SEAS AND MANY TYPES OF FISH. THE TROPICAL CLIMATE OF INDONESIA SUPPORTS A FASTER AND SUSTAINABLE FISH REPRODUCTION.
      • FOOD PRODUCTION IN INDONESIA CAN STILL BE ENHANCED TO ACHIEVE A STRONGER NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY AND A LARGER CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD’S FOOD SUPPLY.
      GLOBAL CHALLENGES :FOOD CRISIS GLOBAL WARMING, CLIMATE CHANGE, POPULATION GROWTH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND POOR COUNTRIES, WATER SCARCCITY HAD TRIGERRED US TO REEVALUATE THE EXISTING FOOD SECURITY DOMESTICALLY AS WELL AS PARTICIPATING GLOBALLY AFTER EXPERIENCING THE FOOD CRISIS :
    • 3 FW/SD/2/2010/SP MAP OF INDONESIA
      • INDONESIA IS KNOWN AS AN AGRICULTURAL AND MARITIME COUNTRY WITH VAST AGRICULTURAL AREAS WITH 6 (SIX) ZONING.
      • THERE IS ABOUNDANT POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES
      • AS AN ARCHIPELAGO, EACH ISLAND HAS THEIR OWN UNIQUE AND
      • DIFFERENT OPPORTUNITIES DUE TO THEIR CLIMATIC AREA
      Kompas, 25 February 2010 TARGET OF AGRICULTURAL LAND EXPANSION Jawa 44.135 ha Sulawesi 444.160 ha Bali dan Nusa Tenggara 111.560 ha Maluku & Papua 437.585 ha Kalimantan 347.435 ha Sumatera 615.125 ha
    • Framework of Growth Strategy FEED THE WORLD Sustainable National Food Security Grand Strategy: Development of Agriculture Sector into a Competitive and Sustainable Self-Sufficiency and Promotion of the Prime Commodities to Become the World’s Choice
      • Increase Value Added & Marketing
      • Develop domestic and export markets
      • Build Indonesia’s product image and manage the non-tariff barrier
      • Develop downstream industry
      • Funding
      • Support the agriculture sector
      • Establish an Agriculture Bank
      • Strengthen the non- banking institutions (cooperatives & LKM)
      • Planning Improvement
      • Improve the spatial planning
      • Develop the infrastructure
      • Focus on prime commodities/develop the competitiveness
      • Increase Productivity
      • Develop natural resources and competent human resources
      • Develop and implement eco green technology and R&D
      • Provide access to the technology
      Main Commodity Rice, Soybean, Corn, Sugar Palm Oil ,Tea, Coffee, Cocoa Manggo, Orange, Banana Cattle and Poultry Tuna and Shrimp Foreign exchange & labor force Food self-sufficiency
      • Harmonization and Synchronization of Policies (focused, brief, clear, direct and consistent)
      • Road Map (Integrated upstream-downstream, focus on superior products with high value added)
      • Accurate and updated data management
      4 FW/SD/2/2010/SP
    • 5 FW/SD/2/2010/SP FOCUS AND PRIORITY OF COMMODITIES DEVELOPMENT
    • Target of Agriculture Sector Development ( MILLION TON) 6 FW/SD/2/2010/SP PRODUCTION TARGET OF IMPORTANT FOOD MATERIALS 2010 - 2020 Commodity 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Rice 34.9 35.7 36.4 37.1 37.9 38.6 39.4 40.2 40.9 41.7 42.5 Corn 16.5 17.3 18.2 19.1 20.0 20.9 21.9 22.8 23.8 24.8 25.8 Soybean 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.4 1.5 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.1 2.3 2.5 Sugar 37.9 41.3 42.9 44.4 48.0 49.6 51.3 55.1 56.8 58.5 60.2 Sugar cane 3.3 3.8 4.0 4.3 4.7 5.0 5.3 5.9 6.2 6.5 6.9 Refinery sugar 1.5 2.1 3.2 CPO 23.6 26.0 28.5 31.1 33.8 36.6 39.5 42.5 45.7 48.9 52.3 Te a (000 ton) 154.5 155.9 157.3 158.6 160.0 161.4 162.8 164.1 165.5 166.9 168.3 Coffee (000 ton) 754.1 774.3 794.7 815.4 836.3 857.5 878.9 900.5 922.4 944.5 966.9 Cocoa (000 ton) 855 886 917 948 980 1,011 1,043 1,074 1,106 1,138 1,170 Fishery 11.26 12.40 13.59 15.14 17.07 17.65 18.26 18.89 19.56 2 0.27 21.0 Catch 5. 38 5.41 5.44 5.47 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.50 5.5 Husbandry 5 . 88 6.99 8.15 9.67 11.57 1 2 . 15 12 . 76 1 3.39 14.06 14.77 15.5 Meat 2.20 2.28 2.37 2.46 2.58 2.72 2.91 3.07 3.26 3.48 3.73 Egg 1.51 1.57 1.65 1.72 1.79 1.84 1.92 1.99 2.08 2.19 2.31 Milk 0.73 0.85 0.99 1.13 1.30 1.50 1.63 1.69 1.76 1.84 1.92
    • 7 FW/SD/2/2010/SP FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES : 2 (TWO) MAIN CHALLENGES
      • LOGISTIC & DISTRIBUTION CHALLENGES
        • RURAL  URBAN
        • INTER ISLAND TRANSPORTATION
        • DIRECT INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION
      • 2. STORAGING AGRICULTURE PRODUCT
      • CHALLENGES
        • INDONESIA NEED POST HARVEST HANDLING
        • INDONESIA NEED POST HARVEST SERVICES
        • & STORAGE
    • 8 FW/SD/2/2010/SP AGRIBISNIS FLOW FARM POST HARVEST TRANSPORTATION STORAGE PROCESSING INDUSTRY TRADE
      • CYCLICAL HARVEST
      • SMALL SIZE AGRI FARMING
      • TO DEVELOP FARM / FOOD ESTATE ON CERTAIN AREA
      • BY CLUSTERING FOR CERTAIN COMMODITIES : GRAIN, HARD CROPS, FISHERIES ETC
      FUTURE PLAN
      • SEED
      • FERTILAZER
      • LAND
      • IRRIGRATION
      • CLEANING
      • SORTING
      • QUALITY GRADING
      • DRYING, FROZEN
      • TRANSPORTATION
      • TECHNOLOGY
      • SILO
      • PACKING
      • CONTINUOUS SUPPLY
    • 9 FW/SD/2/2010/SP
      • OPPORTUNITY FOR FUTURE AGRIBUSINESS IN INDONESIAN
      • AGRI - POST HARVEST AND STORAGE SERVICES
      • LOGISTIC / INFRASTRUCTURE FOR AGRIBUSINESS
      • FARM INPUT BUSINESS WILL GROW
      • ANY PARTCIPATION IN AGRICULTURAL WILL DISSIPATE THE WORLD FOOD SHORTAGES
      CONCLUSION
    • 10 FW/SD/2/2010/SP THANK YOU