Design of Quality Plan

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Diseño de un Plan para la Mejora de la Calidad de la Miel de Abejas en la Cadena de Valor de Nicaragua - Apimondia 2011

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  • Design of Quality Plan

    1. 1. Claudio Marconi<br />Marcelo Bonzón<br />Pedro Pablo Vargas<br />Ronald Duarte Peralta<br />Rural Development: Quality & Relation With MarketsDESIGN OF A PLAN FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE QUALITY OF THE HONEY OF BEES IN THE CHAIN OF VALUE OF NICARAGUA<br />
    2. 2. ?<br />Quality Plan…What is it?<br />Plan for the Improvement of the Quality of the Honey of Bees in the Chain of Value of Nicaragua<br />
    3. 3. Quality Plan<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />…Contains programs & specifics actions aimed at improving the quality for the Nicaraguan beekeeping sector…<br />…in particular the improvement of the quality & safety of the honey bee<br />It’s a document created from the needs of the sector…<br />Plan for the Improvement of the Quality of the Honey of Bees in the Chain of Value of Nicaragua<br />
    4. 4. The strategies shape the Plan framework that was built with the professional participation and the agreement of the actors involved in the nicaraguan beekeeping chain of value. <br />It is expressed in 12 programs that integrate a set of specific actions and support different short, medium and long term strategies. <br />These strategies facilitate the consolidation of the country in the international market in a sustainable way and favor the enhancement of value.<br />QualityPlan<br />
    5. 5. Quality Plan: Programs<br />1<br />4<br />5<br />7<br />2<br />3<br />6<br />8<br />9<br />Management Business<br />Communicationin the Sector<br />Ordering Territorial<br />Train the Trainers<br />Job Competencies<br />Development of suppliers<br />Beekeeping Marketing<br />Beekeeping Safety<br />Beekeeping Epidemiology<br />11<br />10<br />12<br />Association - Cooperativism<br />Improving Continuous<br />Operators reliables<br />
    6. 6. Method<br />Diagnosis<br />Sensibilization<br />Participation<br />Socialization<br />Appropriation<br />Innovation<br />The Plan is the result of an unprecedented process in terms of variety of the involved groups and methods of participation. <br />This plan was achieved using a methodology based on the Logical Framework System. <br />The process, widely inclusive, involved the direct actors to compile first hand, truthful and objective information that allows the transference of knowledge and the strengthening of capacities.<br />In addition, the guidelines established by the quality principles ofISO 9000:2000 and ISO 9004:2000 norms were used.<br />
    7. 7. Quality Plan: Programs<br />Apart from organic certification and fair market, quality is one of the most important and critical conditions of access to the export market of honey. <br />That is the reason why it was necessary and essential to develop initiatives that allow Nicaragua to stay in this market in a sustainable way.<br />The Plan is the instrument that establishes the bases to facilitate the access to the market and to improve the competitiveness of Nicaraguan Beekeeping.<br />
    8. 8. METHOD<br /><ul><li>Problems Tree
    9. 9. Objectives Tree</li></ul>List of Problems<br />(workshops 2010)<br />Strategies<br />(to resolve the issues raised in the workshops 2010)<br />Output<br />Effects<br />Absence of a QMS<br />Design of a QMS<br />Causes<br />Purposes<br />
    10. 10. Aligment & Integration<br />It responds to the demand of the sector expressed in the spaces for dialogue and public-private dialogue driven by the project and through the National Beekeeping Commission of Nicaragua (CNAN). <br />Aligns with leading Nicaraguan beekepingprogramme: National Program for Building and Beekeeping Development (PRONAFODESA) and he acknowledged the guidelines of the sub-programs, safety and quality traceability.<br />
    11. 11. Beekeeping Marketing<br />1<br />Set marketing actions in the beekeeping sector to ensure that honey and other bee products can be traded in increasingly intense competitive environments, dealing with the volatility of demand for their continuous adaptation. <br />
    12. 12. Management Business<br />2<br />Develop the competitiveness of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises that make up the value chain, which is the basis of the creation and maintenance of employment and wealth creation and thereby improving the quality of life of the country's population.<br />Develop capabilities, skills and intellectual abilities of the different members and institutions of beekeeping value chain, needed to produce, absorb and make effective use of information.<br />
    13. 13. Communication in the Sector<br />3<br />Encourage or promote efficient relations between different public internal chain of beekeeping value through communication processes that generate the trust needed to coordinate properly and responsibly all available resources in the pursuit of the mission shared by the beekeeping sector, avoiding a series of disjointed actions and improving the quality of the work in its different areas.<br />
    14. 14. Safety Beekeeping<br />4<br />To promote the harmonious development of regulations and efficient organizational procedures, through agreements and complementarity of actions in the beekeeping chain referred to the safety of beekeeping products.<br />
    15. 15. Beekeeping Epidemiology<br />5<br />Articulate and resolve health problems and productive barriers in the beekeeping sector, through the implementation of plans and specific programs to ensure the sustainability of the production of a comprehensive form.<br />
    16. 16. Ordering Territorial<br />6<br />Promote and develop actions and mechanisms aimed at sorting, regulate and organize the interrelationship between productive areas, productive and operational units of the beekeeping sector, through policies, regulations, and financial assistance directed within the sector.<br />
    17. 17. Train the Trainers<br />7<br />Build learning sequences linked to the reality of beekeeping aimed at trainers, so they are able to facilitate and promote by means of training, the acquisition, development and/or updating of labour, professional and productive skills.<br />
    18. 18. Job Competencies<br />8<br />Contribute to strengthening economic competitiveness and social equity, through institutional arrangements to ensure the quality of employment and the development of the competence of the working population of Nicaraguan beekeeping sector. <br />Job competencieis the ability of people to play a productive role in different contexts, according to the requirements of quality expected by the productive sector.<br />
    19. 19. Development of Suppliers<br />9<br />Generate and develop suppliers and business partners to improve the competitiveness of the sector, through mechanisms that enhance their ability of to deliver products with the goals of the sector, and improve the efficiency and mutual efficiency of the processes that create value.<br />
    20. 20. AssociationCooperativism<br />10<br />Organize and develop the beekeeping sector through associative practises to deal the dynamic scenario of globalization, contributing to the development of social leaders capable of making the social economy based on the human being, a real alternative of economic development for the people of Nicaragua.<br />
    21. 21. Continuous Improvement<br />11<br />Promote and develop actions to improve the competitiveness of the sector, through the satisfaction of needs of clients, all actors in the chain of beekeeping, through different actions aimed at the detection and management of opportunities for improvement.<br />
    22. 22. OperatorsReliables<br />12<br />Guarantee origin, safety and conditions for obtaining the beekeeping products, through the development of many business strategies that integrate different chain actors organized, backed up by a system of economic incentives, controls and marketing facilities.<br />
    23. 23. What is Swisscontact Nicaragua?<br />Swisscontact Nicaragua is a on-profit organization and a subsidiary of Swisscontact, a Swiss private sector organization engaged in development cooperation. <br />Some 500 Swisscontact employees worldwide are committed to sustainable development on the principle of helping others to help themselves. <br />Through consultancy, education and training we promote local economic development.<br />International Technical Cooperation<br />Worldwide Swisscontact Network<br />
    24. 24. Main Results<br />What are the main results that seeks to achieve the Plan?<br />Social Responsibility!<br />
    25. 25. Main Results<br />Sustainable solutions to hunger for vulnerable families of Nicaragua.<br />POVERTY REDUCTION.<br />
    26. 26. MAIN RESULTS<br /><ul><li>The quality plan is a result of consulting firms that emerged from the technical cooperation agreement signed in 2009 between the Inter-American Bank of development (IADB) and Swisscontact Nicaragua (SNA) - Switzerland Foundation for cooperation in the technical development - for the implementation and use of resources of the FOMIN project (RG-M1130): supporting the development of Micro and small rural producers in the beekeeping Sectorwhich has allowed to improve the competitiveness of the beekeeping sector of Nicaragua under a value chain approach, thus contributing to the reduction of rural poverty by increasing incomes of disadvantaged groups.
    27. 27. The purpose of this Alliance in general and of the quality Plan in particular, is jointly facilitate a sustainable solution to the fight against poverty.
    28. 28. The direct beneficiaries are the micros and small rural producers in the beekeeping sector of Nicaragua, which may be kept in a sustainable way in the market and improve their competitiveness.</li></li></ul><li>Claudio Marconi<br />Marcelo Bonzón<br />Pedro Pablo Vargas<br />Ronald Duarte Peralta<br />Gracias!<br />Thanks!<br />Preguntas?<br />Questions?<br />

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