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The Philippines: milk deficit countries and trade

(by Salvacion Bulatao, Administrator, National Dairy Authority, Quezon City)

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Presentation Outline

The Philippines: Milk deficit countries and trade

1. The Philippines' dairy trade and consumption patterns

2. The National Dairy Authority

3. Milk Feeding Program

4. The future

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Phil Dairy
Industry
Today

Livestock population (head)

9,195,230

Cattle

2,558,430

Carabao

3,281,590

Goat

3,355,210

Total dairy herd (head)

22,861

Cattle

8,514

Carabao

13,062

Goat

1,285

Total dams and does

11,392

Cattle

4,113

Carabao

6,584

Goat

695

Producers:


Number of farm families

8,750

Number of primary cooperatives and institutions

210

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Phil Dairy
Industry
Today


Mkgs

% share of supply

Total milk products supply

326

100

Local milk production

11

3

Net imports of milk products

315

97

Volume of skim milk powder imports

106

33

Volume of other imports in powder form

95

29

Volume of UHT imports

39

12

Volume of other dairy imports

75

23

Number of dairy processors and importers

214

Volume of imports accounted for by top three processors

63%

Volume of imports supplied by top two country sources

60%

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DAIRY TRADE
1999-2003
PHILIPPINES

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DAIRY CONSUMPTION
1999-2003
PHILIPPINES

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DAIRY EXPENDITURES
1999-2003
PHILIPPINES

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EXPENDITURES
2001-2003
PHILIPPINES

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Dairy and family expenditures

3% of total family expenditures

7% of total food expenditures

Growing at 9% annually

2/3 spent by population of National Capital Region

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Created under
Republic Act No.

7884

known as the
National Dairy Development Act of 1995

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Dairy Industry Board
Government Sector 8

1 The Secretary of Agriculture (Chairperson)

2 The Secretary of Agrarian Reform;

3 The Secretary of Education;

4 The Secretary of Health;

5 The Secretary of Trade & Industry;

6 The Secretary of Science &Technology;

7 The Executive Director of DTRI;

8 The NDA Administrator (Ex-Officio Member)

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Dairy Industry Board

Private Sector 4

1 The Representative of Commercial Milk Processors;

2 The Representative of Dairy Cooperatives for Luzon;

3 The Representative of Dairy Cooperatives for Visayas;

4 The Representative of Dairy Cooperatives for Mindanao.

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NDA's Functions

  • Animal loan supervision and collection

  • Milk quality improvement

  • Extension work: breeding, animal health, forage development

  • Training in AI, enteprise skills

  • Market development

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DAIRY AREAS
NDA Assisted Operation

7

North Luzon

35
Provinces

South Luzon

9

Bulacan

Cavite

Pangasinan

Laguna

Nueva Ecija

Batangas

Zambales

Quezon

Isabela

Palawan

Benguet

Albay

Ilocos Norte Sorsogon
  Camarines Norte

 

Camarines Sur



10

Visayas

Mindanao

9

Cebu

Misamis Oriental

Bohol

Misamis Occidental

Siquijor

Bukidnon

Negros Oriental

Davao del Sur

Capiz

Lanao del Norte

Iloilo

North Cotabato

Negros Occidental

Zamboangadel Norte

Leyte

Zamboanga Sibugay

Southern Leyte

Saranggani

Biliran

 

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1995
DAIRY DEVELOPMENT ACT

Section 3f
objectives of this Act is...
"to enhance children's and pregnant and nursing mothers'
nutritional intake through the promotion of locally produced
milk and milk products"

Section 16
The government's nutrition programs requiring milk and dairy
products shall be sourced from small farmers and dairy
cooperatives in coordination with the National Dairy Authority

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MILK FEEDING OVERSEERS

INTER-AGENCY MILK FEEDING COMMITTEE (IMFC)

· DA (NDA & NNC)

· DSWD

· DOH (BFAD)

· DepEd

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MILK FEEDING PARTNERS

LOCAL DAIRY FARMERS
LOCAL MILK PROCESSORS
JAYCEES
ROTARIES
NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
STATE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS
LEGISLATORS
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

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'03 MILK FEEDING COVERAGE
National Milk Feeding Program
Philippine Dairy Operation

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THE DAIRY ROAD MAP: 2004-2010

Performance Targets

  • 4%-10% dairy market share

  • 20% to 40% share of the local liquid milk market

  • 11 to 56 million liters in national local milk production

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THE DAIRY ROAD MAP: 2004-2010

Three main thoroughfares

PROGRAMS

GROWTH DRIVERS

Dairy Herd
Build-up

Dairy Animal Financing

Dairy Business
Enhancement

Quality-based Milk
Payment System

Expanded
Milk Feeding

Cost-Sharing Scheme

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THE DAIRY ROAD MAP: 2004-2010

Components

1 METRO AREA DISTRIBUTION NETWORK

Broker partnerships between the cooperatives and the private sector to establish an efficient fresh milk distribution network to cover Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao outlets.

2 QUALITY-BASED MILK PAYMENT SYSTEMS
Install quality control staff at all dairy plants, upgrade testing equipment and work out payment systems based on quality and composition of milk.

3 MILK SALES IN SCHOOLS

Intensify the sale of milk and milk products in all schools within 50 km-radius of all
dairy production areas nationwide.

4 FINANCING SCHEME FOR DAIRY MARKETING

This will include financing for ref vans, display chillers, dispensers, packaging materials and working capital for marketing enterprises

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THE DAIRY ROAD MAP: 2004-2010

Components

5 INVESTMENT IN ANIMAL PROCUREMENT AND TRADE

Limited infusion of imported animals and intensified upgrading of local animals accompanied by a computer-aided animal trading system to match buyers and sellers of dairy animals.

6 YOUNG DAIRY FARMERS' PROGRAM

Rural high schools will be tapped for entry-level dairy activities including upgrading, school milk sales and smallhold dairy farming, inclusive of a training package.

7 DAIRY DEVELOPMENT FUND

The legislative agenda for dairy is the institutionalization of support for local dairy development.

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THE DAIRY ROAD MAP: 2004-2010

Major Final Outcomes

NDA-Assisted Projects

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

2004

2006

2008

2010

DAIRY HERD INVENTORY

12,228

16,770

25,231

36,813

DAIRY ANIMALS

500

500

500

500

MILK PRODUCTION(M Liters)

7.58

15.22

21.29

30.95

ANIMAL UPGRADED

500

500

500

500

SAVE THE HERD GRADUATE

500

500

500

500

MILK SALES(M Pesos)

80

160

224

325

MARKET SHARE(Liquid Milk)

24%

35%

38%

42%

DAIRY FARMERS ASSISTED

5,389

6,000

6,500

7,000

MALNOURISHED CHILDREN BENEFITED

88,057

100,000

100,000

100,000

MILK SUPPLIED(M Liters)

2.11

2.4

2.4

2.4

VALUE OF MILK SUPPLIED(M Pesos)

84.52

96.00

96.00

96.00

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Milk does not only build strong bones...

it also helps build a strong nation.


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