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8th ADB Business Opportunities Fair

Regional Development and Food Security


(Agriculture) SDCC
presentation by: Md. Abul Basher
22 March 2017
Outline
Context
o Food Security Globally and in Asia and the Pacific

Overview and Approach


o ADBs Food Security Investment: A Multi-Sectoral
Approach
o ANR Investment Areas to 2020
o ANR Portfolio and Pipeline

General Business Opportunities


o Strategic Operations Support
o New Project Ideas for Pipeline Development
o Knowledge Management
o Food Security Forum

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1. Context

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Food Security Globally and in Asia
and the Pacific
Where are we What are we up What do we want to
now? against? achieve?
In Asia and the Pacific

Population growth
Economic
and demographic
transformation
transition
In Asia

Climate variability Less water and land Safe, nutritious, and


and resources, and affordable food
change environmental
degradation
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2. Overview of the Sector

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ADBs Food Security Investment
A multi-sector approach
Agriculture and Natural
Resources:
Public Sector Productivity
Market
Operations
Food Safety, Quality, and
Nutrition
Food Security Natural Resources
Investment
($2 billion
annually) Agribusiness and Value-
Chain
Financial Intermediary

Inclusive Finance and


SMEs
Private Sector
Operations Cross-sectoral:
Water
Finance
Energy
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Climate change, etc.
ANR Investment Areas to 2020
Core Areas Investment Areas Links with Other Links to
Sectors/Themes Global
Agenda
Productivity Sustainable infrastructure Water SDG (2,
Commercialization and private Energy 5, 6, 7,
service delivery Finance 12, 13)
Climate-smart agriculture Social COP 21
Policy reforms Gender
Climate change

Market Logistics and market infrastructure Public-private SDG (2,


Agribusiness and value chains partnership 9, 11, 17)
ICT and rural-urban-market linkages Transport Addis
Policy reforms Finance Ababa
Urban
Social
development
Food Safety, Quality, and Infrastructure for safety and Health SDG (2,
Nutrition standards Social 3, 4, 5)
Policy, regulation, and capacity Gender
Outreach and education Education
Policy reforms
Natural Resources Climate resilience Water SDG (2,
Land, soil, forest, river basin Social 5, 6, 13,
management Gender 14, 15)
Climate change COP 21
Environment
ADBs ANR Portfolio and Pipeline
($ million)
In 2016, ADBs food security investments reached $2.3 billion
Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) approved projects in 2016
valued at across in 11 countries
$1.4 billion 20
projects
ANR and Food Security Projects, 20122019
($ million)
$5,000

$4,500 $150

$4,000

$3,500
$200
$3,000
Non-ANR
$2,500
ANR (Non-sovereign)
$4,420
$2,000 ANR (Sovereign)
$1,091
$1,500 $1,210 $1,036 $914 $3,091 $2,959
$208
$49 $98
$1,000 $143 $534
$500 $1,117 $1,001 $1,217
$836
$545
$0
8 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
3. General Business
Opportunities

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Strategic Operations Support
Pipeline development
o Agribusiness
o Climate-smart agriculture
o Agricultural market development
Focus
o New technology/innovation
o Flagship new generation projects
o Mobilizing partnership and co-financing
Mechanisms
o Working groups on climate-smart agriculture and agribusiness
development
o Technical assistance support
o Partnership with Centers of Excellence
Outputs
o 23 new project proposals
o Pilot project (Bangladesh and Cambodia)

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New Project Ideas for Pipeline Development
High-Level Technology and Agricultural Value-Chain Agri-Logistics and Fresh Food
Climate-Smart Agricultural Development Wholesale Markets: New
Practices Investment Potential

Objective: Generate the best value at


Objective: Convert Labor Producers
all stages of agricultural supply chain
Intensive Agriculture into
starting from production, to
Technology and Knowledge
processing and trading, and to

Wholesale Markets
Intensive Agriculture
consumption Suppliers
Outcome: Collaborative Outcome: Institutionalization of
technology development and support mechanism for all agents
dissemination, Partnership with from farmers through traders,
Distributors
private sector in mechanization processors and retailers, to promote
of agriculture, Integration of ICT farm productivity, better post-harvest
in agriculture handling, processing, provision of
technologies of production and Retailers
handling, grading


Consumers

Wholesale food markets: center of the value chain.


Connects consumers, suppliers, and logistics providers
Ensures safety, quality., and price stability
Increases access of smallholders to high value food
markets

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Knowledge Management
Food Security Forum 2016 Publication

Workshop on Technology and Knowledge Intensive Agriculture


(May, Manila)
Objectives: Problem identification, solutions development,
knowledge exchange, and foster partnerships

Report on the use of High-Level Technology in Agriculture and


Natural Resource Sector

Assessment of investment requirement in Asia Pacific to achieve


food security by 2030 (with IFPRI)

Piloting of Climate resilient agricultural practices (with IRRI)

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Contact person:
Mahfuz Ahmed
Advisor, SDCC-AR concurrently Technical
Advisor, Rural Development
and Food Security
akmahmed@adb.org

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