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Agri11 PAN AAC

  1. 1. Will Africa meet the food demand?An Answer from Pan African Private Sector Agribusiness Forum 2011 Johannesburg, South Africa Moussa Seck Lucy Muchoki PanAAC Agraria Africa
  2. 2. Food security: A global challenge• 1 tonne per person per year• World food production is currently 6.5 billion tonnes for 6.8 billion people• Africa food production is currently 0.5 billion tonnes for 1 billion people. Already a deficit of 50%.• World population predicted to double in 50 years.• Africa’s population to double in 25 years.• How do we meet the food demand, with such short notice? Agraria Africa
  3. 3. Food production : the global picture AMERICA WORLD ASIA AFRICA NCPopulation - 03 6 billions 477 millions 3.6 billions 850 millions% population 41% 10% 51% 54%agricoletotal area (ha) 13.4 billions 2.2 billions 3.1 billions 3 billionsCultivated land 1.5 billions 268 millions 560 millions 200 millions(ha)Cultivated land 11.3% 11.9% 17.6% 6.6%(%)Irrigated land 277 millions 31 millions 194 millions 13 millions(ha) 02Irrigated land 18% 11% 34% 6%(% )Total Production 5 660 892 2 600 ~ 500(million T) Agraria Africa
  4. 4. The African continent:The amazing specifics Agraria Africa
  5. 5. The African continent: The amazing specifics 40 Parallel North PNUEEquator 40 Parallel South Agraria Africa
  6. 6. Agraria Africa
  7. 7. The African continent: The amazing specifics NORTH LAND: 20% SEA: 30% EQUATOR SOUTH LAND: 10% SEA: 40% Northern Southern Ratio Hemis. Ratio Hemis.Area (Km²) Global Hemisphere Hemisphere North SouthLand 148 940 000 100 662 170,84 48 961 849,85 0,67 0,33Africa 30 342 629 20 335 786,10 10 030 336,90 0,67 0,33Ratio 0,20 0,20 0,20 Agraria Africa
  8. 8. USA PHILIPINOS Giant EU Africa JAPAN INDONESIA SELECTED COUNTRIES AREA POPULATION GDPUSA 9 826 675 308 14 624 000 CHINACHINA 9 640 821 1 337 10 084 000EU 4 324 782 501 15 170 000 KOREAINDIA 3 287 263 1 210 4 060 000INDONESIA 1 919 440 238 1 027 000JAPAN 377 944 127 4 308 000 INDIACOREA 219 140 73 1 497 000MALAYSIA 329 847 27 403 042PHILIPINOS 299 764 92 350 501CUBA (*04) 109 886 11 111 000SINGAPOUR 710 5 255 338 CUBA MALAYSIATOTAL COUNTRIES 30 336 272 3 929 51 889 881 SINGAPOURTOTAL AFRICA 30 342 629 1 000 2 200 000 Agraria Africa
  9. 9. To a new vision of Agriculture Agraria Africa
  10. 10. Equator:the only frontier that prevails Agraria Africa
  11. 11. PanAAC providing the private sector platform A platform for information, technology, strategic partnership and financial remediation for stakeholders in agribusiness and agro-industry in•Africa. Providing “Management Organisation” of value chains for a country• Involve private sector throughout supply chain from local to regional levels• Organising platform for private sector at all parts of the supply chain.• Lead on identifying needs and allocating roles.• Cementing a virtual marketplace giving synergy between actors and resources.• Knowledge sharing, political will, resource mobilisation within the private sector Agraria Africa
  12. 12. Agropoles: Value chains bring stability to production environment Management PanAAC INVESTMENT Organisation Country ALL ALONG TOMATO Rep Sales & Training and Distribution THE VALUE education DRC CHAINANGOLA Planning & Land DevelopmentSIERRA Supplies Input LogisticsLEONE Producer RICE CASSAVA s NIGERIA VALUE MALI Machinery Packaging CHAIN BY COMMODITY Technical EGYPT services Processing SOUTH AFRICA Financial Services & Banks Agraria Africa
  13. 13. A paradigm shift?• 1st Agricultural revolution: move from gatherers to agriculture• 2nd revolution: Science and Technology• A 3rd revolution? – Globally: • Promote fruit & vegetables. • Industrialise agriculture. – Africa: • Take advantage of geo-climate and positioning. • Heavily involve private sector in developing agro- industry and agribusiness. Agraria Africa
  14. 14. Production totale céréales (MT) CHINA Production totale légumes et melons (MT) Production totale fruits, exclus melons (MT) 500000000 450000000 400000000 350000000 300000000Production Totale 250000000 200000000 150000000 100000000 50000000 0 1961 1963 1965 1967 1969 1971 1973 1975 1977 1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 Anné e s Agraria Africa
  15. 15. Agraria Africa 2,008 2,007 2,006Fruits,excl Melons,Total + 2,005 2,004 Total fruits et légumes 2,003 2,002 2,001 2,000 1,999 1,998 1,997 1,996 1,995 1,994 1,993 1,992 1,991 Légumes et Melons, Total + 1,990 1,989 1,988 1,987 1,986Céréales,Total + 1,985 1,984 1,983 1,982 1,981 1,980 1,979 1,978 1,977 1,976 1,975 1,974 1,973 1,972 1,971 1,970 1,969 1,968 1,967 1,966 CHINE 1,965 1,964 1,963 1,962 1,961 600,000,000.00 € 500,000,000.00 € 400,000,000.00 € 300,000,000.00 € 200,000,000.00 € 100,000,000.00 € 0.00 €
  16. 16. From half a billion to 3 billion tonnes of food Projected Production in production by Actual 2004 (1,000,000 Irrigation 2025Expected (1,000,000500 200m production (Ha) tonnes) 400m ha ha potential (Ha) tonnes) 3 billionmillions Cereals currently 103 to be128 150 450 tonnes750 oftonnes&of Roots Tubers cultivated 22 cultivated in 150 179 food 60food vegetables Dried in Africa 18 9 Africa by 2025 30 Vegetables and melons 5 50 100 900 Fruits 9,5 63 50 SURPLUS 400NOT Sugar 1,5 9 50 200ENOUGH Oilseeds 25 7.5 50 50 Coffee 100m ha 100m ha 2 1 100m ha 10 100m ha 10 Cocoa Rain- Rain-fed 5 2 Rain-fed 5Irrigation 5 Tea fed, tradition modern 0,2 0.5 modern 5modern 5 Beef al farming farming 12 farming farming 90 Milk 30 75 Eggs 20 5 Total 195 500 600 3000 Agraria Africa
  17. 17. Industrialising agriculture• Beyond mechanisation• New citizenry in the farm: mechanics, electricians, computers, satellit es and robots.• Processes, best practices, norms and standards of industry applied to agricultural production Agraria Africa
  18. 18. Precision agriculture GPS Geo-stationary GPS Satellite Satellite Satellite GPS Satellite GPS SatelliteVehicle withreceiver Network base station Agraria Africa
  19. 19. From traditional farming to agricultural domains and agropoles Agropole AgriculturalTraditionalTraditional DomainFarmingFarmingversusAgriculturalDomain Agraria Africa
  20. 20. Market driven production Vegetables Fruit Flowers Meat High Value Products Forestry Dairy Fish Poultry Agraria Africa
  21. 21. Fund investments Shareholders 3ADI Partners CAADP, AfDB, BOAD, UNIDO, IFAD, FAO, Agropole $ CO- Aventura Invests, etc. Agricultural domains INVESTORS Family Packin Biotech Entrepreneurs Health Franchiso g Labs Clinics r Suppl Houses & Management Farmer Companie y Food Technica s CreditP P Ps Mega l Retailer Unions Store s Services s Producer plant, animal working capitalLocal disease clinics, sn ml ne CO-OP mr health mutualsAgropole farm equipmentOffices maintenance equipment ao drc mz leasing Farm Franchisee Production Companies Agraria Africa
  22. 22. Doing agribusiness & agro-industryUneGroupesadekm à 250567grue PPM une puissance de pluie de 8environLa station dede 20 de deuneterrecouvrant 100 ha avec une 2 MEGA mm/jourPivotparcelle de pommeest achevée.Souvent marche long à de mélectrique enterré avec la tuyauterie13 dizaine pompage KVA totalisent en on recours câblageen irrigation des pompes de 5,5 TPour soulever Agraria Africa
  23. 23. The centre is closer. Agraria Africa

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