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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES. LIVESTOCK & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. BHAMBHORE DAIRY VILLAGE & MEAT PROCESSING ZONE. LIVESTOCK SECTOR. As part of the Government’s pro-investment strategy, Government of Sindh has conceived a mega project for Public Private Partnership in the Livestock Sector.

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investment opportunities

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

LIVESTOCK & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT

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As part of the Government’s pro-investment strategy, Government of Sindh has conceived a mega project for Public Private Partnership in the Livestock Sector.

  • The Project is the Establishment of a Dairy Village and Processing Zone for Meat Animals at Bhambhore in District Thatta, Sindh.
  • The site is to be established over 1300 acres with a provision of 1200 acres reserved for expansion.
  • The site will be divided into two distinct areas for dairy and meat
dairy potential
DAIRY POTENTIAL
  • The Livestock & Agriculture Sector contributes over 10% to the GDP
  • With estimated 33 billion liters of annual milk production from 50 million animals managed by over 8 million farming households, Pakistan is the 4th Largest milk producing country in the World.
  • The Milk economy in terms of value is over 27% of the total agriculture sector
  • Of the total production, 71% is rural based and 29% is urban based

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dairy potential1
DAIRY POTENTIAL
  • Of the total production only 3% is processed and marketed through formal channels
  • It is a partially tapped market with a potential of another additional 3 billion liters of milk , with a growth rate faster then any other sector
  • Value additions like cheese, and yoghurt etc have again a huge potential
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Potential of Meat , Meat Processing, Supply and Marketing

The meat demand for Pakistan Domestic market is growing at a rate of 2.73% for Beef, 2.90 % for mutton and 6.10 % for poultry.

This domestic demand is growing to meet the population growth, human need for protein and calcium, migration of population from rural to urban and the fluctuating growth due to per capita rise in income.

The projected supply demand gap for domestic consumption is:

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Potential for Meat Export

The World Wide Meat Consumption as of 2003 is:

Source: SMEDA

Historically there are four major meat producing countries

- North America ( USSA & Canada)

- South America ( Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay)

- Oceanic Countries ( Australia and New Zealand)

- Europe ( British Islands and Continental Europe)

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Cont….

There is a good potential and opportunity for Pakistan to break the potential meat markets in particular the “Halal “meat markets of Middle East

The Potential supply and demand gap for Middle East countries is :

Thousand Tons

Source: US Dept of Agriculture - 2004

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Cont…..

The Actual imports of Beef in Middle East Countries is:

(Metric Tons)

Source: World Trade Atlas

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Similarly there is potential in South East Asian Countries as well:

(Metric Tons)

Source: World Trade Atlas

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With an animal population of over 50 million, Pakistan suffers from low productivity compared to global players.

Pakistan has three times the animals than Germany but yields one fifth of Germany\'s and one third of New Zealand, representing a significant loss in potential economic and social values.

Thus Pakistan has the capability to produce more milk, 50 billion liters by 2015, with better feed, technology and management practices.

Dairy Village provides such opportunity under one window where all the services and facilities are available for the Dairy Farmer.

salient features
SALIENT FEATURES
  • 100 Plots of 5 Acres for Dairy Production
  • 100 Plots of 3 Acres for Meat Production
  • Milk Processing & Chilling Plants
  • Value Addition Plants
  • State of the art Abattoirs
  • Meat Processing Plants
  • Meat Chilling & Storage Plants
  • Livestock & Fodder Markets
  • Feed Mills
  • Veterinary Clinics
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N

3 Acre Meat Processing Plots

Meat Processing

Milk Processing Plant

5 Acre Dairy Village Plots

Services Area

Preferred Option

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N

3 Acre Meat Processing Plots

Meat Processing

Milk Processing Plant

5 Acre Dairy Village Plots

Services Area

Livestock & Fisheries Department Sindh

Preferred Option

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N

3 Acre Meat Processing Plots

Meat Processing

Milk Processing Plant

5 Acre Dairy Village Plots

Services Area

Livestock & Fisheries Department Sindh

Preferred Option

project incentives
PROJECT INCENTIVES
  • The Department of Livestock would build the infrastructure such as:
    • Internal & External Roads
    • BounTdary Wall
    • Residential Colony
    • Sewage & Drainage Systems
    • Provision of Water & Energy
  • The Department would provide Veterinary care & Artificial Insemination Facilities
  • The Department would also manage the Project through a Project Director
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PROJECTINCENTIVES
  • Plots in the Project for setting up Dairy Farms; Meat Production Farms; Allied Industries; and Various Markets would be leased on highly competitive and attractive rates
  • The Department of Livestock in collaboration with the Board of Investment would provide Loans through a revolving Fund set up for this purpose
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Fresh Potable Under ground water is available in the scheme area at a depth of 30-90 m below the ground surface.

The under ground water is recharged with the annual rain fall in the area which is estimated at about 175 mm

Water would be accessed through tube wells that can be run either on wind or solar energy

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ENERGY REQUIREMENTS

ELECTRICAL

Street Lighting 287.5 kW

Residential 40.0 kW

Commercial 150.0 kW

Sewerage Treatment Plant 200.0 kW

Tube well and Water Supply 400.0 kW

Other infrastructure 97.6 kW

Farms

Dairy: 100 farms of 5 Ac 1500.0 kW

Meat: 100 farms of 3 Ac 900.0 kW

Post Harvest

Milk Processing 450.0 kW

Meat Processing 650.0 kW

Slaughter House 500.0 kW

Chilling Plant 400.0 kW

Feed Mill 250.0 kW

Dry Fertilizer Plant 150.0 kW

Total Connected Load 5975.1 kW

energy plan
ENERGY PLAN
  • The facility would meet a significant portion of its energy requirements from renewable sources such as Biogas, wind and Solar.
  • The self sufficiency in energy is made possible by the abundance of raw material available for turning into biogas that would then be used to generate electricity.
  • Similarly, the site lying in the wind corridor with an average wind speed of 7.5 meters/second could have a large installed wind mill farm.
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11 KV Bus LOCAL GRID

Collector Cells

Battery Bank

inverter

LT Panel

Step-up Transformer

HT Panel

11 KV Line

Solar Power

2.6 MW / Day

Step-Down Transformer

3 PHASE 380 V

LT Panel

Step-up Transformer

HT Panel

Wind Turbine

1 MW / Day

11 KV

Line

Step-Down Transformer

Bio Gas Plant

2.4 MW / Day

Gas

Generator

LT Panel

Step-up Transformer

HT Panel

3 PHASE 380 V

Power Generation Area

11 KV

Line

Step-Down Transformer

3 PHASE 380 V

National Grid

WAPDA / KESC

11 KV Bus

11 KV

Line

Step-Down Transformer

3 PHASE 380 V

LOCAL ELECTRICAL GRID BASED ON Bio Gas,

Solar and Wind Energy

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Total Electric Load Provided:

  • Bio-Gas Plant 2500 Kw
  • Solar Energy 2600 Kw
  • Wind Energy 1000 Kw
  • Total 6100 Kw
  • The TOTAL Energy Requirements will be through the Renewable energy resources with no contribution from the National Grid.
  • The Project has the potential to export excess power to the national grid as and when required.
copmparative analysis

Livestock & Fisheries Department Sindh

COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

INDIVIDUAL FARMERS

BHAMBHORE FARMERS

Cost of Land Lease @ Rs. 0.1– 0.2 m/ac

Infrastructure available

- Access Road

- Internal Roads

- Levelling of Land

- Boundary Wall

- Sewerage and Sewerage ` Disposal

- Hygienic Water Supply

Security available, No Cost

  • Cost of Land @ Rs. 1.0 – 1.5 m/ac
  • No Infrastructure available

- Access Road

- Internal Roads

- Levelling of Land

- Boundary Wall

- Sewerage and Sewerage Disposal

- Hygienic Water Supply

3. Security not available, at Cost

copmparative analysis1

Livestock & Fisheries Department Sindh

COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

INDIVIDUAL FARMERS

BHAMBHORE FARMERS

Veterinary Care with AI Lab

All Markets available, No cost

- Fodder & Feed

- Livestock

- Produce

- Commercial

- Restaurants & allied facilities

Post Harvest Facilities

- Milk Processing Plants

- Chilling Plants

- Meat Processing Plant

- Dry Fertilizer Plant

  • No Veterinary Care
  • No Markets available, at Cost
  • Post Harvest Facilities

- No Post Harvest Facilities, Cost

copmparative analysis2

Livestock & Fisheries Department Sindh

COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

INDIVIDUAL FARMERS

BHAMBHORE FARMERS

No Transportation Cost, for to and from Market as post harvest facility available at site.

Power available 24/7

Power available through renewable sources at an average rate, between Rs. 10-12 per unit

Conveniently Accessible to domestic and International Market about 50 km

Produce to International Standards

  • Transportation Cost to and from Market, about Rs.100 per 40 kg
  • Power not available 24/7
  • Power available at High Commercial rate, between Rs. 20-25 per unit
  • Accessibility to domestic and International Market – Depending on location
  • Produce not to International Standards
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With the above benefits tangible and intangible, the internal rate of return in the dairy farms is estimated at about 24% where as in the meat sector average rates of about 40% are expected.

  • With the cost of production to be lower due to renewable energy resources, the rates are expected to be even higher.
  • With the policy of high input / higher production against the present scenario of low input / low production, the production of milk and meat will increase many folds and would be able to cater to increasing domestic needs and the potential Hallal market in middle east and Europe.
introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • The Province of Sindh possesses 71% of total marine resources of the country along a 350 km long coast.
  • Besides, there are about 0.3 million hectares of Brackish water area comprising a net- work of creeks, low lying areas and backwaters.
  • These areas have great potential for culturing of fin fish / crustaceans / shell fish.
strategy
STRATEGY
  • Develop a Brackish Water Aquaculture / Mariculture Park over 20000 acres along the coast
  • Develop the Government owned Garho Shrimp Farm as a support infrastructure for the proposed park. The Farm would be rehabilitated to serve as a Training & Research Centre
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Coastal Belt of Sindh 350 Km

(17 LARGE & MORE THAN 350 SMALL CREEKS)

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Dhabeji

Karachi

Garho

10 km

THATTA

GOLARCHI

BADIN

SAJAWAL

MIRPUR SAKRO

Gambua

800 Ac

Chuhar Jamali

BUHARO

JATI

Adhano

100 Ac

Ahmed Rajo

100 Ac

Deh Allah Dino Wada

Mahal

GARHO

Pilot Shrimp Farm

500 Ac

8527 Ac

50 Ac

Ladiun

Ali Bander

Jhariun

Shah Bander

Tika Goth

279 km

DEH. ORANGA

JANGISAR

4000 Ac

Zero Point

Keti Bander

2441 Ac

4000 Ac

Deh Nagewari

LEGEND

DEH. BABLI

Kharo Chan

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AIR TEMP RANGE

WATER TEMP RANGE

SALINITY RANGE

HIGHEST TIDE

MEAN HIGH TIDE

MEAN SEA LEVEL

5 – 41 CELSIUS

8 -34 CELSIUS

0 – 47 PPT

3.83 METERS

3.20 METERS

2.06 METERS

CONDITIONS AT SITE

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INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Road Network
    • A 279 Km Coastal Highway is being constructed from Dhabeji (Thatta) to Ali Bunder (Badin)
    • There is a network of roads servicing all the towns in the vicinity
    • A network of link roads connecting the fishing villages is being constructed
support infrastructure
SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
  • GARHO SHRIMP FARM – a Government Facility located near Ambra Creek about 4.5 kilometers from the nearest town and easily approachable from Karachi via National Highway.
  • The shrimp farm will be rehabilitated and renovated as a hub of all fisheries activities and will be linked with the Aqua-Mari Culture Park
  • Being located in centre of the coastal area, it will serve as a Research and Training Centre and will provide all technical support to the Aqua-Mari Culture Park.
  • It will also function as a Disease diagnostic centre, Soil and water quality analysis lab and demonstration unit for development of Aqua-Mari culture park
incentives
INCENTIVES
  • The Government would:
    • Build internal & external roads
    • Conduct Master Planning of the Park
    • Rehabilitate the existing Shrimp Farm to perform as a training & research hub
    • Provide seed at subsidized rates
    • Provide Technical Support
    • Provide loans through a revolving fund set up for the purpose
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