KENYA HONEY COUNCIL - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – KENYA HONEY COUNCIL PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 41acfd-NDc2N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

KENYA HONEY COUNCIL

Description:

KENYA HONEY COUNCIL Increase Supply of Quality Honey through producer - processor interaction ... KHC) REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS Trace product origin. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:298
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 25
Provided by: kenyahoney
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: KENYA HONEY COUNCIL


1
KENYA HONEY COUNCIL Increase Supply of Quality
Honey through producer - processor interaction
within a market based environment Sept 2006
Presented by Vip Kumar Executive committee of
KHC - Independent resource.
2
(No Transcript)
3
(No Transcript)
4
KHC CHARTER
  • Self Interest group. ( Market driven.)
  • Voice for processors, packers, producers.
  • Resource / reference for other stakeholders in
    Sector.
  • Setting standards for the honey industry.
  • Promote High Quality Kenyan honey.
  • Develop beekeeping /honey sector in Kenya.
  • PROMOTE KENYAN HONEY CONSUMPTION.

5
SECTOR PARTNERS
  • Beekeepers/ communities / Groups
  • Private / Commercial sector
  • NGOs / Donors / Government
  • Regulatory bodies / Govt / Regulation.
  • Consumers.

6
PRODUCERS PROCESSORS
7
PRODUCERS NEEDS
  • Income generation
  • Ready buyers.
  • Information- technical, markets, trends.
  • Localised solutions / assistance.
  • Support for bee-keeping equipment.
  • ??????
  • ??????

8
PROCESSOR NEEDS
  • Non fluctuating purchase price.
  • Reliability of supply.
  • Easier access / availability of Honey.
  • Quality / Consistency
  • Quantity /Economies of scale
  • Effective communication with producers.( KHC)

9
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Trace product origin.
  • Grouped supply.( un-fragmented ).
  • Single voice from Honey sector ( KHC)
  • Standards codes of practice. ( KHC)
  • Ultimate Self regulation. ( KHC )

10
KENYA HONEY COUNCIL
Beekeepers Communities
HONEY COUNCIL
Govt. and Regulatory bodies
Donors / NGOs
Processors Packers
11
CONSUMER DEMANDS
  • Consumer choice / competition.
  • Product quality.
  • Consistency of supply/ always available.
  • Keeping product interesting/changing trends.
  • Pricing / affordability.
  • Favouring honey V other sweeteners.
  • Access to a organisation representing the sector

12
(No Transcript)
13
(No Transcript)
14
RETAILER EXPECTATIONS
  • Range of products
  • Sector standards.
  • Supply consistency Availability
  • Quality.
  • Economic Quantities.
  • Effective communication
  • Just in time supply delivery

15
PROCESSORS PERFORMANCE
  • Create Demand.
  • Ensure retailer satisfaction.
  • Meet consumer Expectation.
  • Be Price sensitive.
  • Manage Costs.
  • Be efficient.
  • Respond quickly to External factors.
  • Determine Profit / Loss / margins /viability etc
  • Remain Innovative.

16
(No Transcript)
17
CHALLENGES
  • Producers small fragmented.
  • Products sold to anywhere / anyone
  • Seasonality.
  • Climate Environment.
  • Geographical spread.
  • Dedication to Beekeeping?

18
OPPORTUNITY
  • Growth potential large. (Inaccurate Figures.)
  • Kenya Net importer.
  • Tanzania a key source.
  • Variance in quality.
  • Excellent variety of honeys.
  • INSUFFICIENT SUPPLY!!

19
(No Transcript)
20
WAY FORWARD
  • Grouped voice management.
  • Sharing of resources.
  • Apply best practices and skills.
  • Develop a hive maintenance culture.
  • Effective communication.
  • Ensure good skills knowledge transfer.
  • Harvest on time.
  • Regular inspection.
  • Local Support.
  • ??????
  • ??????

21
WAY FORWARD
  • Support Differing Technologies.
  • Use appropriate Harvesting methods.
  • Correct Handling and storage all the way from
    Hive to mouth.
  • Improve on the use of correct equipment.
  • Increase the Knowledge from Producer to Consumer.
  • Processor Producer direct partnerships.
  • Market commitment from processors.
  • Cumulative collection from organised centres.
  • Building of longer term partnerships.

22
WAY FORWARD
  • Commitment and level of ownership from
    beekeepers.
  • Distribution and correct placement of hives.
  • Management of existing hives.
  • Organization into groups and its management.
  • Correct level of skills and tools made available.
  • Timing of Harvesting Collection is critical.
    Access.
  • Ongoing Service provision post harvest.
  • Climate- temp water humidity
  • Vegetation environment preservation.
  • More beekeepers required.

23
Ultimate Goal !!
24
Asante
KENYA HONEY COUNCIL Sept 2006
About PowerShow.com