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Setting Up
Collection
Centre to Improve
Regularity of
SuppliesSave Waqainabete
Business Development Analyst, Fiji Is.
COLLECTION CENTRE
Courtesy of Tevita Ravumaidama, PCDF Fiji
VATUMALE COLLECTION CENTRE. June 2016, NAVOSA FIJI
1.Company Profile
2. Presentation
& Approach
3. The Need
of Collection
Centre
4. Challenges
Redress in Setting
Up Centres
...
2. Nausori
Highland
Hydroponic
Farm
1. Colo-i-suva
Hydroponic
Farm Process
&
Packaging
Farming venture started by founders – 1955
Established Joes Farm Produce – 1981
• Integrated commercial farming
• Supplier...
Challenge 1 - Work Policy – Authority & pathway linking our
needs to the existing development policies of the Government
C...
ISSUE OF SUPPLY
Local
Farmers
Quality
Quantity
Safety
Inconsistency of supply
SUPPLY
DEMAND
COLLECTION CENTRE
QUANTITY
QUALITY
CONSISTENCY
PAYMENT SYSTEM
PACKAGING
Farmers Managed
Approach
X
Private
Sector
MANAGEMENT OF COLLECTION C...
INTER-PLAY OF FARMERS – COLLECTION
CENTRE – MARKET ACCESS
F
F F
F
CLUSTER
F
F F
F
CLUSTER
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE
COLLECTIO
N...
FRAMEWORK OF CENTRE
Farmer Capacitation
- Cropping/growing
- Post-harvest
- Business Literacy
- Farming Contract
Nursery
-...
CASE STUDY – VATUMALE COLLECTION
CENTRE, NAVOSA PROVINCE, FIJI
Challenge 1 - Work Policy – Authority & pathway linking our...
Authority to start up
Collection Centre
Fiji 2020 -Agriculture
Sector Policy Agenda
Need for Crop Assessment
& Program in ...
Challenge 2 – Project Strategic Plans towards the Collection
Centre Project
Land Issue
Networking of
Partnership
Confirmat...
Challenge 3 – HACCP(Hazard Analysis and Critical Control
Points)/GLOBAL GAP (Good Agriculture Practices)
- Border Complian...
HAND OVER!
Allows Joes Farm Produce starts
trading immediately to fulfill a
Dream for market access to the
many vulnerable...
Market Driven Approach for Farmers
MunicipalHotels Supermarkets Others
Field Production
Assess and translate
demands into ...
Farmer’s wife at Cashier’s
Booth to collect Cash for
their Produce
Village Elders watches as
Farmers showcase their
produce in the first day of
trade…..
1. Importance of Working Corporation
with Agriculture Department
2. Inclusion of the “Vanua”(Provincial
Council” & NGO to ...
Key Elements of Success
1. Expanded 200 acre farm
capacity & productivity
2. Expanded external
procurement of produce
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Pacific Week of Agriculture 2017 Agritourism Workshop - Savenaca Cakacaka Waqainabete "Fiji: Setting Up Collection Centres to improve regularity of supply"

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NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN THE AGRITOURISM SECTOR IN THE PACIFIC
In the context of the 1st Pacific Week of Agriculture (#PWA2017)
Port-Vila, Vanuatu, 18th October, 14h00-17h30
Melanesian Hotel, Room The Melanesian, Port Vila, Vanuatu
Organised by the Government of Vanuatu , PIPSO, SPTO, IFAD and CTA
Since 2014, CTA, PIPSO and key partners in the Pacific region have been highlighting the potential of tourism markets for local farmers and other value chain actors. A special focus is put into strengthening agritourism at the 1st Pacific Week of Agriculture organised by Vanuatu on 16-20th October 2017. In this context, PIPSO, SPTO, CTA, IFAD and other partners will organise:

A focused agritourism workshop to share lessons learned and take stock on progress made in serving tourism markets in selected countries to be held on 18th October (14:00-17:30).
A chefs training session. As part of joint SPTO/PIPSO/CTA efforts to promote food tourism in the Pacific region, support Pacific cuisine branding and enhance local chef’s skills in sourcing locally, we will also organise a two day chefs training on 19-20th October 2017.

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Pacific Week of Agriculture 2017 Agritourism Workshop - Savenaca Cakacaka Waqainabete "Fiji: Setting Up Collection Centres to improve regularity of supply"

  1. 1. Setting Up Collection Centre to Improve Regularity of SuppliesSave Waqainabete Business Development Analyst, Fiji Is.
  2. 2. COLLECTION CENTRE Courtesy of Tevita Ravumaidama, PCDF Fiji VATUMALE COLLECTION CENTRE. June 2016, NAVOSA FIJI
  3. 3. 1.Company Profile 2. Presentation & Approach 3. The Need of Collection Centre 4. Challenges Redress in Setting Up Centres OUTLINE 5. Lesson Learnt
  4. 4. 2. Nausori Highland Hydroponic Farm 1. Colo-i-suva Hydroponic Farm Process & Packaging
  5. 5. Farming venture started by founders – 1955 Established Joes Farm Produce – 1981 • Integrated commercial farming • Suppliers of farm fresh produce • Hydroponic farming • Commercial fresh salad packaging.
  6. 6. Challenge 1 - Work Policy – Authority & pathway linking our needs to the existing development policies of the Government Challenge 2 – Project Strategic Plans towards the Collection Centre Project Challenge 3 - HACCP(Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points)/GLOBAL GAP (Good Agriculture Practices) PRESENTATION SOLUTION FOCUSSED APPROACH ‘Addressing Challenges in Setting Up Collection Centres”
  7. 7. ISSUE OF SUPPLY Local Farmers Quality Quantity Safety Inconsistency of supply SUPPLY DEMAND COLLECTION CENTRE
  8. 8. QUANTITY QUALITY CONSISTENCY PAYMENT SYSTEM PACKAGING Farmers Managed Approach X Private Sector MANAGEMENT OF COLLECTION CENTRE
  9. 9. INTER-PLAY OF FARMERS – COLLECTION CENTRE – MARKET ACCESS F F F F CLUSTER F F F F CLUSTER FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE COLLECTIO N CENTRE F F F F
  10. 10. FRAMEWORK OF CENTRE Farmer Capacitation - Cropping/growing - Post-harvest - Business Literacy - Farming Contract Nursery - Greenhouse - Nursery implements - Irrigation Systems - Soil Sanitation Farmer Co-op Working Corporation through 4-way MOU Agriculture Dept. NGO Organization Land Private Sector a. Centre Issues b. Farmer Issues
  11. 11. CASE STUDY – VATUMALE COLLECTION CENTRE, NAVOSA PROVINCE, FIJI Challenge 1 - Work Policy – Authority & pathway linking our needs to the existing development Government policies
  12. 12. Authority to start up Collection Centre Fiji 2020 -Agriculture Sector Policy Agenda Need for Crop Assessment & Program in the Area Ministry of Agriculture Extension Identify Area conducive to Crops that we Need Navosa Province 500+m above sea level Prepare a PID – Project Intent Document to the Ministry of Agriculture on the intended project Challenge 1 - Work Policy – Authority & pathway linking our needs to the existing development Government policies
  13. 13. Challenge 2 – Project Strategic Plans towards the Collection Centre Project Land Issue Networking of Partnership Confirmation of Partnership in a 4 way MOU Wider Consultation Meeting with Farmers Ministry of Agriculture played the crucial role in identifying the site Ministry of Agriculture – Extension Work and provide cropping data to Company Nadroga Navosa Province – represents the Farmers Adventist Development & Relief Agency (NGO) provides & walk with Farmers Company provides the demand & Market Access to the Farmers
  14. 14. Challenge 3 – HACCP(Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points)/GLOBAL GAP (Good Agriculture Practices) - Border Compliance - Protection of Public Liability for Overseas Markets
  15. 15. HAND OVER! Allows Joes Farm Produce starts trading immediately to fulfill a Dream for market access to the many vulnerable rural farmers NNCL Thursday 23rd June 2016 COLLECTION CENTER
  16. 16. Market Driven Approach for Farmers MunicipalHotels Supermarkets Others Field Production Assess and translate demands into cropping Plan - Agriculture Extension - Centre Manager Collection Centre Sells to Centre Nursery Seedlings to Farmers Packing as Market Specification & Transport NGO – Assistance & Monitoring
  17. 17. Farmer’s wife at Cashier’s Booth to collect Cash for their Produce
  18. 18. Village Elders watches as Farmers showcase their produce in the first day of trade…..
  19. 19. 1. Importance of Working Corporation with Agriculture Department 2. Inclusion of the “Vanua”(Provincial Council” & NGO to the Partnership 3. Importance of Business Literacy to Farmers (Pricing & Market Mechanism 4. Gaps in the Private Sector – issue of cultured/wild grown crops 5. Cost of the Centre 5 LESSONS
  20. 20. Key Elements of Success 1. Expanded 200 acre farm capacity & productivity 2. Expanded external procurement of produce

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