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Swarnandhra Vision
A Mission on Primary Sector
Transforming Agriculture in Andhra Pradesh:
Equitable, Scientific, Prospero...
Session Theme: State Initiatives  Scaling up supply
to meet domestic and export demand
Maize: Sustainable Intensification...
Agriculture is Important
Sector in AP
 Employs 62 per cent of its population
 Contributes only 17% to GSDP
 Endowed wit...
Primary Sector Mission:
Aspirational Goal
To make Andhra Pradesh as one of the top three
states in agriculture development...
Primary Sector Potential in Andhra
Pradesh for next five years (2014-2019)
Agriculture Transformation
Sustainability
Profits
Production
Sectoral Holistic
Subsistence Marketable Surplus
Productivity...
I C Es
Innovate Convergence Efficiency
Inclusive Collective Equity
Intensive Consortium Environment Protection
Integrated ...
Consortium Approach
Pilot and Innovation Sites
Maize: A Viable Alternative
 Growing water scarcity—replace rabi
rice with maize
 High yields and assured market
 Food ...
Value Chain Approach
Maize
Grains
Fodder
Poultry
Silage
Animals
Value
addition
Milk
Feed
blocks
Eggs
Meat
AP Maize Cultivation Area
Maize Grain Yields:
Bridging the Yield Gap
Soil Health Mapping and
Balanced Use of Nutrients
Improve Soil Organic Matter
Vermicomposting Gliricidia
 Stress-tolerant maize hybrids
for drought tolerant areas
 Dual purpose cultivars
 Improved WNM practices
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Improved C...
Inclusive Market-Oriented Development (IMOD)
Strengthening Market Linkages:
Multi-prong Market and Value
Chain
SHGs – Producers companies
Strengthening Rayathu Bazars
National Commodity and deriv...
Digital Agriculture: Upgrade
Delivery Systems
 For effective delivery, monitoring
and information dissemination for
achie...
Effective Governance:
Policy and Legal Frame
 Result framework approach
Global Investors Meet (GIM)
 Mobilize funds
PPP
 Steering committee at CM level – bi-monthly
 Coordination Committee at CS/SCS level - monthly
 Weekly monitoring at Pr...
What is measured gets delivered
 Monitoring at all levels – Mandal to
State Mission
 Use of ICT for on-line M&E
 Coordi...
ICRISAT is a member of the CGIAR Consortium
Thank you
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India Maize Summit 2015 - Session 2 - Dr Wani, ICRISAT, on Maize: Sustainable Intensification and Improving Livelihoods in Andhra Pradesh

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India Maize Summit 2015 - Session 2 - Dr Wani, ICRISAT, on Maize: Sustainable Intensification and Improving Livelihoods in Andhra Pradesh

  1. 1. Swarnandhra Vision A Mission on Primary Sector Transforming Agriculture in Andhra Pradesh: Equitable, Scientific, Prosperous and Climate Smart AP Primary Sector Mission Presented by Suhas P Wani and Team
  2. 2. Session Theme: State Initiatives  Scaling up supply to meet domestic and export demand Maize: Sustainable Intensification and Improving Livelihoods in Andhra Pradesh
  3. 3. Agriculture is Important Sector in AP  Employs 62 per cent of its population  Contributes only 17% to GSDP  Endowed with fertile land, water and innovative hard working farmers  Large scope exists to harness the untapped potential
  4. 4. Primary Sector Mission: Aspirational Goal To make Andhra Pradesh as one of the top three states in agriculture development by 2022 to make farmers prosperous happy thru inclusive and sustainable development
  5. 5. Primary Sector Potential in Andhra Pradesh for next five years (2014-2019)
  6. 6. Agriculture Transformation Sustainability Profits Production Sectoral Holistic Subsistence Marketable Surplus Productivity Profitability Vulnerability Sustainability
  7. 7. I C Es Innovate Convergence Efficiency Inclusive Collective Equity Intensive Consortium Environment Protection Integrated Capacity building Economic gain Mission Strategy
  8. 8. Consortium Approach
  9. 9. Pilot and Innovation Sites
  10. 10. Maize: A Viable Alternative  Growing water scarcity—replace rabi rice with maize  High yields and assured market  Food – Feed – Industrial use – Fodder  Value Chain
  11. 11. Value Chain Approach Maize Grains Fodder Poultry Silage Animals Value addition Milk Feed blocks Eggs Meat
  12. 12. AP Maize Cultivation Area
  13. 13. Maize Grain Yields: Bridging the Yield Gap
  14. 14. Soil Health Mapping and Balanced Use of Nutrients
  15. 15. Improve Soil Organic Matter Vermicomposting Gliricidia
  16. 16.  Stress-tolerant maize hybrids for drought tolerant areas  Dual purpose cultivars  Improved WNM practices 16 Improved Cultivars
  17. 17. Inclusive Market-Oriented Development (IMOD) Strengthening Market Linkages:
  18. 18. Multi-prong Market and Value Chain SHGs – Producers companies Strengthening Rayathu Bazars National Commodity and derivative exchange (NCDEX) Public private partnerships Drought proofing
  19. 19. Digital Agriculture: Upgrade Delivery Systems  For effective delivery, monitoring and information dissemination for achieving the impact  ICT for innovative extension systems  Agromet Advisory Services  GIS-based certified land titles  Use of Satellite imageries
  20. 20. Effective Governance: Policy and Legal Frame  Result framework approach Global Investors Meet (GIM)  Mobilize funds PPP
  21. 21.  Steering committee at CM level – bi-monthly  Coordination Committee at CS/SCS level - monthly  Weekly monitoring at Principal Secretary level  Involve related research/specialists/private companies  Design outcome-based indicators for monitoring  Create suitable policies & legal framework  Mission mode approach  Minimum government, maximum governance 21 Effective Governance: Strategic Options – Drivers
  22. 22. What is measured gets delivered  Monitoring at all levels – Mandal to State Mission  Use of ICT for on-line M&E  Coordination at district level  Value-chain/product-wise monitoring 22 Monitoring and Evaluation:
  23. 23. ICRISAT is a member of the CGIAR Consortium Thank you 23

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