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CREDIT SEMINAR
The role of public private partnership in animal husbandry
Presented by:
Dr AMOL A .KAMBLE.
Dept of Veterin...
OUTLINES
1. Definition and concept
2. History
3. Need of PPP
4. Role of PPP in Indian Economy
5. Role of PPP in Indian Agr...
Definition
Public-private-partnership or PPP is a mode of
implementing government Programmes/schemes
in partnership with t...
More Strength.
 Better quality
service
Able to serve value
chain.
Limited reach in
term of farmer.
Inadequate network...
*Quality service
*Efficiency of management
*Funding capacity
*Lack of trained manual
personnel
*Limited channel of
extensi...
Concepts
 Contracts between public sector and private
sector.
 Private sector provide public service. .
 Private financ...
History
Before 1990 only public sector
(Coal industry 1973)
After 1990 trends change LPG
Model Starting of PPP
Need of PPP
 Human resource development
 Economic growth.
 Investments.
 To increase per capita income
 Certainty of ...
Need of PPP continue……
 For affordable project Better value for
money.
 More efficiency .
 Faster project delivery.
 A...
Role of PPP in Indian Economy
1. To increase the growth of economy.
2. Availability of investment.
3. To robust the growth...
 Technical knowledge
& inputs.
 Extension service.
 Market channels &
Marketing facility.
 Utility of time .
 Agricul...
Advantages of PPP
1. Effectiveness
2. Higher Productivity
3. Accelerated Delievery
4. Clear Customer Focus
5. Time utility...
Disadvantages of PPP
 Complicated contracts
 Culture gap
 Hold up problem
 Public staff concern
 Inefficiencies
Barriers
1. Flexibility
2. Timeline
3. Focus of the project
4. Communication
5. Autonomy within the partnership
6. Conflic...
Challenges
1. Cost of infrastructure.
2. Lack of legal and policy
framework.
3. Risk identification.
4. Transparency.
The role of public private
partnership in livestock sector
Animal Health policy
• Quarantine.
• Policy and legislative fra...
Disease control
• Control at borders.
• Quarantine (border and inland)
• Infrastructure, inspection, Screening &
Certifica...
Marketing services
• Input provision (except vet drugs and
genetic material)
• Marketing of livestock products
• Milk and ...
Animal Information Systems
• Animal Identification and Traceability.
• Disease data systems (Animal Resource
Data and Info...
Research, education and extension
• Training .
• Extension and advisory services .
• Animal resources research.
• Technolo...
Public Private Partnership a lucrative model
Punjab based Dairy project
Mr Upneet Rajorhia, Mr Jasbir Khangura,
Punjab-bas...
TANUVAS to help overcome fodder shortage, generate income
TANUVAS are being signed with farmers who desire to grow fodder ...
 Lack of infrastructure
 Trained inputs
 Availability of resources
 Lack of communication
 Adoption and diffusion of
...
Conclusions
1. Meaningful concept.
2. Scope for expanding PPP.
3. PPP is the promise of better quality of service
to legal...
References
• AHD reports Maharashtra 2012 -13
• Economic survey INDIA 2012-13
• ICAR INDUSRTY MEET 2010-2011
• INTERNATION...
• Public–private partnership From Wikipedia.
• Academic Foundation, 2004. State of the Indian
Farmer, a millennium study. ...
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THE ROLE OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

  1. 1. CREDIT SEMINAR The role of public private partnership in animal husbandry Presented by: Dr AMOL A .KAMBLE. Dept of Veterinary And Animal Husbandry Extension. BOMBAY VETERINARY COLLEGE. Guided by :Dr MANISH SAWANT Sir
  2. 2. OUTLINES 1. Definition and concept 2. History 3. Need of PPP 4. Role of PPP in Indian Economy 5. Role of PPP in Indian Agriculture 6. Advantages and Disadvantages of PPP 7. Public Extension 8. Private Extension 9. Role of PPP in Animal Husbandry 10.Constraints of PPP 11.Challenges for implementing PPP 12.Conclusions 13.References
  3. 3. Definition Public-private-partnership or PPP is a mode of implementing government Programmes/schemes in partnership with the private sector. The term private in PPP encompasses all non government agencies such as  Corporate sector eg. Venkys  Voluntary organizations eg. NGOs  Self-help groups eg. PRADAN .  Partnership firms eg. Tata kisan  Individuals and community based organizations.
  4. 4. More Strength.  Better quality service Able to serve value chain. Limited reach in term of farmer. Inadequate network. Less coverage of poor farmer .
  5. 5. *Quality service *Efficiency of management *Funding capacity *Lack of trained manual personnel *Limited channel of extension
  6. 6. Concepts  Contracts between public sector and private sector.  Private sector provide public service. .  Private finance initiative.  Expertise.  Efficiency.
  7. 7. History Before 1990 only public sector (Coal industry 1973) After 1990 trends change LPG Model Starting of PPP
  8. 8. Need of PPP  Human resource development  Economic growth.  Investments.  To increase per capita income  Certainty of budget and outcome.
  9. 9. Need of PPP continue……  For affordable project Better value for money.  More efficiency .  Faster project delivery.  Asset utilisation .  For Risks allocation.
  10. 10. Role of PPP in Indian Economy 1. To increase the growth of economy. 2. Availability of investment. 3. To robust the growth of Indian economy with world. 4. Minimizing Government funding.
  11. 11.  Technical knowledge & inputs.  Extension service.  Market channels & Marketing facility.  Utility of time .  Agriculture resources Management.  Research and innovation.
  12. 12. Advantages of PPP 1. Effectiveness 2. Higher Productivity 3. Accelerated Delievery 4. Clear Customer Focus 5. Time utility 6. Professionalism
  13. 13. Disadvantages of PPP  Complicated contracts  Culture gap  Hold up problem  Public staff concern  Inefficiencies
  14. 14. Barriers 1. Flexibility 2. Timeline 3. Focus of the project 4. Communication 5. Autonomy within the partnership 6. Conflicts
  15. 15. Challenges 1. Cost of infrastructure. 2. Lack of legal and policy framework. 3. Risk identification. 4. Transparency.
  16. 16. The role of public private partnership in livestock sector Animal Health policy • Quarantine. • Policy and legislative framework. Financial services • Credit. • Insurance.
  17. 17. Disease control • Control at borders. • Quarantine (border and inland) • Infrastructure, inspection, Screening & Certification. • Diseases data systems. Provision of veterinary services • Clinical veterinary services. • Compulsory Prophylaxes accreditation. • Inspection of food of animal origin and infrastructure.
  18. 18. Marketing services • Input provision (except vet drugs and genetic material) • Marketing of livestock products • Milk and meat processing • Processing of livestock products • Livestock markets and infrastructure Genetic resources • Conservation indigenous breed . • Breeding services.
  19. 19. Animal Information Systems • Animal Identification and Traceability. • Disease data systems (Animal Resource Data and Information Systems) Laboratory and diagnostic services • Certification, Standards, quality assurance under accreditation • Diagnostic tests
  20. 20. Research, education and extension • Training . • Extension and advisory services . • Animal resources research. • Technology development and transfer. • Knowledge and information systems. • Research.
  21. 21. Public Private Partnership a lucrative model Punjab based Dairy project Mr Upneet Rajorhia, Mr Jasbir Khangura, Punjab-based Macro Dairy Ventures Private Ltd.
  22. 22. TANUVAS to help overcome fodder shortage, generate income TANUVAS are being signed with farmers who desire to grow fodder grasses like Bajra Napier (Co-4), Guinea grass,(Anjan grass), Fodder sorghum (CoFS-27), Multi cut fodder Sorghum (CoFS-29), African tall maize, Legumes (Desmanthus, Stylo, Cowpea) and tree fodder varieties (Sesbania, Subabul, Glyricidia).
  23. 23.  Lack of infrastructure  Trained inputs  Availability of resources  Lack of communication  Adoption and diffusion of Animal Husbandry practices
  24. 24. Conclusions 1. Meaningful concept. 2. Scope for expanding PPP. 3. PPP is the promise of better quality of service to legal and regulatory reforms . 4. PPP mobilizing public and private capital. 5. Need of Suitable environment.
  25. 25. References • AHD reports Maharashtra 2012 -13 • Economic survey INDIA 2012-13 • ICAR INDUSRTY MEET 2010-2011 • INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE www.ifpri.org • Agricultural research, MoU, fodder shortage, TANUVAS, Public Private Partnership
  26. 26. • Public–private partnership From Wikipedia. • Academic Foundation, 2004. State of the Indian Farmer, a millennium study. Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, New Delhi. • Government of India, 2010. Guidelines for modified ‘support to state extension programmes for extension reforms’ scheme, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, June 2010. • Planning Commission, 2008. Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012), Vols. I&III, Government of India, New Delhi.
  27. 27. Thank You !

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