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An Update on the Establishment of Web-enabled Food
Security Information Management System in BIMP-EAGA:
Presented by
Elmer...
• A bilateral Food Security Information
Background
• A bilateral Food Security Information
Management System project betwe...
Major proposed project features include:
• System development (database), hardware
components and trainingscomponents and ...
• Production of Higher level Agribusiness
Information Products and Services selling online
for Sustainability Mechanism of...
• Organizing representative/s from each country
• Food Security and Value-added Agribusiness• Food Security and Value-adde...
MINDA requested the proponent to submit the EAGA
proposal on food security information management
system.system.
It was su...
We have coordinated with the JAIF
Management Representative representative Mr.
Hiroko Kitamura sometime in August 2012 and...
Pending the revision and approval, the Philippines
took a forward step and initiated to develop a
website for the food sec...
Site Map of the Website
Home
About
Priority ProjectsPriority Projects
Directory
Indicators
Establishments
Download
News
Li...
•Home - is the main page of the website
•About - gives background about the BIMP-EAGA,
Terms of Reference
of the Agribusin...
•Indicators – right now is just a model of the
food security indicators and framework
patterned from the AFSIS. This secti...
•Establishments – this section basically will cover the
directory of agro-fishery stakeholders, particularly, the
exporter...
• Download – a section where you can download the
important files for dissemination
Agribusiness cluster and the FSIMS doc...
• Contact Us -covers the contact persons initially with the
P-EAGA and BIM member countries that are relevent in
the imple...
• Other possible menu and sub-menu as the
website and the project is evolving
- http://www.foodsecurity.eaga.da.gov.ph/- h...
Daghang Salamat!
Thank you!Thank you!
Salamat Po!
Terima kasih!
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An Update on the Establishment of Web-enabled Food Security Information Management System in BIMP-EAGA: Initial Initiative of the Philippines

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The presentation presented by Economist Elmer Esplana at the BIMP-EAGA 1st Agribusiness Cluster Meeting, June 18, 2013, Hotel Centro, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines.

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An Update on the Establishment of Web-enabled Food Security Information Management System in BIMP-EAGA: Initial Initiative of the Philippines

  1. 1. An Update on the Establishment of Web-enabled Food Security Information Management System in BIMP-EAGA: Presented by Elmer R. Esplana elmer.esplana@gmail.com Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture Security Information Management System in BIMP-EAGA: Initial Initiative of the Philippines Presented at the 1st BIMP-EAGA Agribusiness Cluster Meeting Hotel Centro, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines June 18, 2013
  2. 2. • A bilateral Food Security Information Background • A bilateral Food Security Information Management System project between Indonesia and the Philippines (Phase 1) but is planned to be extended to Malaysia and Brunei (Phase 2)
  3. 3. Major proposed project features include: • System development (database), hardware components and trainingscomponents and trainings • Specialized Web portal for Phase 1 • BIMP-EAGA System harmonization and Linkages with the ASEAN Food Security Information System (AFSIS)
  4. 4. • Production of Higher level Agribusiness Information Products and Services selling online for Sustainability Mechanism of the projectfor Sustainability Mechanism of the project • Accession to the BIMP-EAGA online system • Harnessing Coordination and Collaboration
  5. 5. • Organizing representative/s from each country • Food Security and Value-added Agribusiness• Food Security and Value-added Agribusiness Information Accessibility and Development of More Investment Opportunities in Philippines and Indonesia
  6. 6. MINDA requested the proponent to submit the EAGA proposal on food security information management system.system. It was submitted to Japan ASEAN Integrated Fund Management Team for funding. Part their comment was to improve the proposal based on JAIF template. The proposal is to be revised by the Philippines and Indonesia.
  7. 7. We have coordinated with the JAIF Management Representative representative Mr. Hiroko Kitamura sometime in August 2012 andHiroko Kitamura sometime in August 2012 and we have exchange notes, including Mr. Gabriel Bautista, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission of the Philippines to ASEAN, but with the no complete available representative from the Indonesian side, the revision cannot be pushed through.
  8. 8. Pending the revision and approval, the Philippines took a forward step and initiated to develop a website for the food security of the EAGA which iswebsite for the food security of the EAGA which is currently being hosted by the Philippine Department of Agriculture-Information Technology Center for Agriculture and Fisheries (DA-ITCAF). Here is the URL of the website: http://www.foodsecurity.eaga.da.gov.ph
  9. 9. Site Map of the Website Home About Priority ProjectsPriority Projects Directory Indicators Establishments Download News Links Contact Us Site Map Feedback
  10. 10. •Home - is the main page of the website •About - gives background about the BIMP-EAGA, Terms of Reference of the Agribusiness Cluster and implementationof the Agribusiness Cluster and implementation blueprint •Priority Projects – identified the existing cluster projects and its status •Directory – covers the directory of P-EAGA Food Basket Coordinating Center and the BIMP-EAGA Agribusiness Cluster and Working Groups Directory
  11. 11. •Indicators – right now is just a model of the food security indicators and framework patterned from the AFSIS. This section covers thepatterned from the AFSIS. This section covers the database of the BIMP-EAGA on the food security, including online publications related to food security, e.g. Commodity Early Warning/Forecast Report, Cross Country Commodity Analysis of Priority Products of the Food Security EAGA.
  12. 12. •Establishments – this section basically will cover the directory of agro-fishery stakeholders, particularly, the exporters and importers of the different countries. Initially, itexporters and importers of the different countries. Initially, it is a simple directory but later on, it will be an online database which could be searchable by name of company/enterprise/farm, by product line, by region and by province along the different agribusiness supply chain segment. This specialized online database will be useful information for the different stakeholders in the agro-industry and fishery industries for the BIMP-EAGA covered areas.
  13. 13. • Download – a section where you can download the important files for dissemination Agribusiness cluster and the FSIMS documents. • News – covers the news and feature articles related to Agribusiness Cluster and FSIMS Development in implementation. • Links – covers some of the important links of the BIMP-EAGA Agribusiness Cluster, Agency websites of the four countries an the and FSIMS –related website.
  14. 14. • Contact Us -covers the contact persons initially with the P-EAGA and BIM member countries that are relevent in the implementation of the FSIMS. • Site Map – covers the summary links of the main menu and sub-menu of the website • Feedback – covers the page where you can send email to inquire and to request related information available on hand from the FSIMS project management team and related concerns.
  15. 15. • Other possible menu and sub-menu as the website and the project is evolving - http://www.foodsecurity.eaga.da.gov.ph/- http://www.foodsecurity.eaga.da.gov.ph/
  16. 16. Daghang Salamat! Thank you!Thank you! Salamat Po! Terima kasih!

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