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Title: INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES


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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
  • LIVESTOCK FISHERIES DEPARTMENT

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LIVESTOCK SECTOR
  • BHAMBHORE DAIRY VILLAGE MEAT PROCESSING ZONE

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  • As part of the Governments 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

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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 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
Products 2003 2003 2003 2020 2020 2020
Supply Demand Gap Supply Demand Gap
Milk 27800 31320 3520 43430 98910 55480
Beef 1050 1210 160 1430 3740 2310
Mutton 700 800 100 1030 2500 1470
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Potential for Meat Export The World Wide Meat
Consumption as of 2003 is
Meat Type Production in Million tons
Beef 62
Mutton 12
Poultry 77
Pig 97
Total 247
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
Country Production Consumption Gap
Saudia Arabia 25,630 75,630 50,000
Egypt 440,000 533,000 93,000
Bahrain 1,440 4,600 3,220
Oman 4,148 18,000 13,852
UAE 9,500 43,185 33,658
Source US Dept of Agriculture - 2004
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Cont..
The Actual imports of Beef in Middle East
Countries is (Metric Tons)
Country 2000 2001 2002 2003
Saudia Arabia 32,327 36,360 51,728 52,122
Egypt 195,841 130,692 140,240 113,915
UAE 50,722 31,103 37,263 30,765
Kuwait 57 19 71 144
All Others 68,930 70,571 65,246 93,595
Source World Trade Atlas
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Similarly there is potential in South East Asian
Countries as well (Metric Tons)
Country 2000 2001 2002 2003
Malaysia 86,649 85,561 92,475 99,460
Philippines 87,579 82,291 82,200 83,341
Indonesia 38,383 20,151 25,477 30,605
Singapore 16,718 15,895 20,637 21,856
All Others 6,403 4,272 5,427 9,459
Total 235,732 208,170 226,216 244,721
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.
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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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Preferred Option
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Livestock Fisheries Department Sindh
Preferred Option
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Livestock Fisheries Department Sindh
Preferred Option
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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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PROJECT INCENTIVES
  • 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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WATER RESOURSE MANAGEMENT
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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 RESOURSE MANAGEMENT
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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

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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
Solar Power 2.6 MW / Day
HT Panel
Step-up Transformer
LT Panel
inverter
Battery Bank
Collector Cells
Step-Down Transformer
11 KV Line
3 PHASE 380 V
HT Panel
Step-up Transformer
LT Panel
Wind Turbine 1 MW / Day
Step-Down Transformer
11 KV Line
Bio Gas Plant 2.4 MW / Day
HT Panel
Step-up Transformer
LT Panel
Gas Generator
3 PHASE 380 V
Power Generation Area
Step-Down Transformer
11 KV Line
3 PHASE 380 V
National Grid WAPDA / KESC
11 KV Bus
Step-Down Transformer
11 KV Line
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.


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PROJECT BENEFITS
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COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Livestock Fisheries Department Sindh
  • INDIVIDUAL FARMERS
  • BHAMBHORE FARMERS
  • Cost of Land _at_ 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
  • Cost of Land Lease _at_ 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

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COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Livestock Fisheries Department Sindh
  • INDIVIDUAL FARMERS
  • BHAMBHORE FARMERS
  • No Veterinary Care
  • No Markets available, at Cost
  • Post Harvest Facilities
  • - No Post Harvest Facilities, Cost
  • 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

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COPMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Livestock Fisheries Department Sindh
  • INDIVIDUAL FARMERS
  • BHAMBHORE FARMERS
  • 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
  • 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

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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.


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FISHERIES SECTOR
  • DEVELOPMENT OF A BRACKISHWATER AQUACULTURE /
    MARICULTURE PARK ALONG THE COAST OF SINDH

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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.

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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
Chuhar Jamali
800 Ac
BUHARO
JATI
Adhano
100 Ac
Ahmed Rajo
100 Ac
Deh Allah Dino Wada
Mahal
GARHO
Pilot Shrimp Farm
500 Ac
8527 Ac
Ladiun
Ali Bander
50 Ac
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
National Highway
Coastal Highway 279 km
Double Road
Metal Road
Pilot Shrimp Farm
Proposed Farming Sites
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CONDITIONS AT SITE
  • 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

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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

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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

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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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