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Livestock Development

Seeds in Soil

Dr. Muhammad Rasheed,


Team Leader, Milk and Meat Safety Agency, L&DD, Punjab tlmmsa@livestockpunjab.gov.pk 03336901401

A BIT ABOUT ME
My whole life is working with L&DD:

Veterinary Officer, LPO PDS Expert, Trainer, Facilitator, Resource Person National Consultant, Livestock Professional.

What Ive achieved:


Confidence, Experience, Recognition Disease Surveillance and Reporting System Rinderpest Accreditation for Pakistan Passion and commitment always matter but availing opportunity ++++.

Identification for me, paying back to department

MATRIX
Livestock Sector
Components and L&DD working areas

Seeds in Soil

Milk and Meat Safety Agency Disease Free Zones / Compartments Vector Born Diseases World Bank Initiatives ISO Certification for Labs Coordination with Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Punjab Resource Management Programme (PRMP) PSDF (Punjab Skill Development Fund) Punjab Livestock Advisory Forum (PLAF) MPDD (Management and Professional Development Department)

Livestock Sector - Milestones


Pakistans Livestock
1st
Largest
Segment of rural economy

2nd
Largest
Sector of economy

3rd
Largest
Herd of Livestock

4th
Largest
Exports Products

5th
Largest
Producer of

Milk

In Agriculture Sector Contribution


Livestock contribute 55.1 % of the Agriculture Sector in national economy.
45% 55%
Livestock Agriculture

In GDP Contribution

Livetsock 11%

(Livestock) Livestock accounts for 11.5 percent of the total GDP.

Other 89%

Milk Production (Buff + Cow)


2010-11

Livestock Sector Punjab


Company

PLDDB PAMCO Others

Countries

Company

Commercial

PDDC
Company

L&DDD

Zenith
RSP

Nestle
Commercial

Plan
PRSP
RSP

L&DD Punjab
Animal Population
(in Million)

Species Cattle

Pakistan 34.3

Punjab 16.8

Share % 49

Worth of Livestock
(Jandar Sarmaya) 68.2 Million=

Buffalo
Sheep Goats Others Total

30.8
27.8 59.9 6.2 159.0

20.0
6.6 22.1 2.7 68.2

65
24 37 53 47

Rs 682 Billion
Worth of Milk and Meat is 2 time more than Agri Produce

Structure
Veterinary Clinics Veterinary Research Institutes Training Institutes AI. Centers Experiment Stations Semen production Units Livestock Research Institutes Qualified Officers 5000 01 05 125 25 06 15 5000

Main Services
Campaigns Treatment Services PPP Mode application Coordination with allies Policy and Legal Support Breeding and Reproduction Extension and Communication

Punjab
Mission of L&DD
Punjab Vision 2020
To create enabling environment for

Support livestock development in a


policy & regulatory environment that

raising livestock production and use it as a vehicle for social security,

enables farmers to realize the dividends of livestock farming by smartly deploying public investments in core public goods & inducing private capital / initiative in the sector for poverty alleviation, food security & generation of exportable surpluses

poverty

alleviation

and

rural
leading

development

ultimately

towards domestic food security and creation of exportable surpluses.

Strategic Directions of L&DD

5-Year Targets
Livestock and Dairy Development Department will support for

increase in average animal productivity = 25%


increase in livestock contribution to the provincial GDP = 25% increase in share of livestock products and byproducts in national exports = 25%

increase in household income of small livestock farmers = 10%


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Livestock Sector Development Strategy


Crown Agent, DFID, April 2011 Institutional Development Strengthening public sector service delivery apparatus to implement the strategy Human Resource Development Developing a pool of skilled labour force for different parts of the dairy and livestock value chain Improved Livestock Management Exploiting the potential of millions of livestock animals Marketing & Investments Value addition through focus on dairy and livestock products and byproducts for domestic and international markets Private Sector Participation Strategic partnerships to leverage private sector investments and expertise Regulatory & Compliance Regime Facilitating the sector growth through quality-focused and investorfriendly enabling environment

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To Move Forward

Move Forward

Establishment of

MILK AND MEAT SAFETY AGENCY PUNJAB

MMSA

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Whats Milk & Meat Safety Agency?


Consumer Interest
Animal movement
AHTS

Regulatory bodies
Law/Rule Drafting

MMSA

Slaughter house Milk & Meat Standard Lab .Arreditation Cattle Market

WHO (SPS) & HACCP Standards

Farm to fork regime

Milk and Meat Safety Agency


Objectives
(Food Security, Safety, Trade, Hygiene, Health aspects, Global partner, National and international obligations, Standards,)

Role of Veterinary Profession


(Livestock sector, Veterinary Public Health sector)

Institutionalization
Veterinary Services (Authority, Agency, Commission, Unit, Cell, )
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Why Create a MMSA


Social Reasons:

Public Health Improvement


Disease Control Availability of Hygienic & Quality Food

Economic Reasons:

Local Market ~ better price

Export Market (Middle East + EU)


Halal Market in EU and Far East

Milk & Meat Safety Agency ~ Punjab


The Agency will be empowered, structured and resourced implementation effective inspection and certification regime It will enforce greeting and inspection of animal products Punjab Food Safety Authority would delegate the responsibility of Animal Products to the MMSA

Previous Proceedings
Concept: Delegation Visit from 28th March to April 6th,2010 Meetings with Secretary and Chief Minister Punjab. MOU Signed EOI Prepared and Floated Tenders / Quotation received Comparative statement prepared Concept articulated PC-II documented but not entertained MMSA draft act prepared CM approved Rs 100.0 millions CM allowed to establish MMSA through executive order HACCP north and CABROP in contact MMSA team notified in September, 2011

Well conceived, documented and presented by DST and PO

ToRs for MMSA Team


To prepare the road map for the creation and working of the said agency in Punjab. To prepare the methodology and implementation plan involving all stake holders. To prepare component wise activity plan of the agency To prepare legal framework for the execution of agency mandate To prepare PC-1 / PC-11 for approval from P&D Department. To coordinate within the concerned department wings. To develop database for the identification of concerned department / agencies.

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Road Map

(Inception Report)

MMSA working Flow covering 1st 12 months

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Key Components of MMSA


(Inception Report) 1. Infrastructure 2. Legal Framework 3. Situational Study 4. Identification of area 5. Traceability System 6. Disease Free Zones 7. Training and Capacity Building 8. Standards 9. Accreditation 10.Certification 11.Coordination
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From September 2011 onward


Inception report prepared Summary for CM. Summary approved with allocation of Rs 10.00 million Order MMSA Cell. Finance department approached Correspondence with FD for January to May, 2012 SNE prepared and sent to FD

BUT-------

Way Forward
Pursuance with Finance Department on previous correspondence Focus on draft Acts including; Punjab Animal Health Act, 2011 Punjab Milk and Meat Safety Act, 2011 Punjab Animal Disease Surveillance, Reporting and control Act, 2011. National Food Safety, Animal and Plant Health Regulatory Authority Act Drafts Acts needs review by a Technical Committee responsible for further process of approval as legal document. Technical Committee may be constituted for the purpose

Focus
Coordination with Punjab Food Authority
Punjab Food Safety Authority is on ground having linkages with TRTA-II (UNIDO). Active Representation from L&DD is needed while attending their meetings TRTA-II expert (Dr. Ian Goulding) has suggested creating linkages with PFA as Milk and Meat Safety Cell / Unit. MMSA Cell / Unit may contribute in Punjab Food Authority with mutual coordination for Milk and Meat Quality inspection aspects Coordination aspects may be explored with PFA with contact / meetings on the subject. MoU may be drafted / signed to consider the role of Milk and Meat Safety Cell / Unit in Punjab Food Authority.

Your Guidance is needed Sir,

(Foot and Mouth Disease)

Disease Free Compartment


Compartment: an autonomous epidemiological entity defined on the basis of either geography (zone) or management (enterprise) for the purpose of international trade
Difference: The essential difference between zoning and compartmentalization is that the recognition of zones is based on geographical boundaries whereas the recognition of compartments is based on management practices and biosecurity plans.

Definition Recognition by OIE Prescribed Procedure OIE Codes (4.3 & 4.4) Prescribed SoPs

Physical Map of the Area of Cholistan

Physical Boundaries & Area Cholistan


Total Area North North East South& South East West Length Width 66, 55,360 acres (10399 Sq. Miles) District Rahim Yar Khan Bahawalpur India Sindh Province 480 kms 32 to 192 Kms

Bahawalpur Division (Districts Rahim Yar Khan, Bahawalpur and Bahawalnagar)

Disease Free Compartments


Notification: 2-14/SO(P)/L&DD/2011/DFZ: DATED LAHORE 14TH DECEMBER,2011
S/No 01 02 03 04 05 06 Location Dhondhy Raiwind Road. Lahore, District Lahore Manawala. Sheikhupura, District Sheikhupura Garh Mahraja Dina Morh, Jhang, District Jhang Multan Raod, Jhand Sadar, District Jhang Zubair Nagra, Khanke Morh, Kasur, District Kasur Mustafabad (Beroon), Kasur, District Kasur Farm Mian Ashan Cattle Farm Dolatabad Cattle Farm Sial Livestock Farm Bagh-e-Ansar Dairy Farm Laham Farm House Amin Dairy & Meat Farm

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08 09

Jhang Raod Chinyot, District Chiniot


Kot Hanif, Eimanabad, District Gujranwala Khosa House, Taunsa Raod, District Dera Ghazi Khan

Sharif Dairy Farm


Warraich Agri Farm Khosa Cattle Farms

Standards Operating Procedures


in line with the OIE prescribed plans
1. Limits of the compartment should be established by the veterinary authorities / department on the basis of natural, artificial or legal boundaries. 2. The area of compartment should be made publically announced or published for the purpose. 3. Biosecurity management (quarantine) and animal husbandry practices should be notified through official channels. 4. Animal population present in the compartment should be clearly identified and recorded. 5. Efficient livestock or veterinary services should be made available in the compartment. 6. Updated information technology should be used to monitor and report animal disease (Detail on each principle already documented)

Disease Free Zone / CompartmentL&DD activities


Identification of Farms / Compartments Documentation of prescribed plans Drafting and notification of Standards Operating Procedures (SoPs) Notification for Development of Disease Free Zones / Compartments Implementation plan for SoPs Placement of relevant staff Surveillance and field activities Collection of samples and testing Vaccination and treatment record Documentation and reporting by DLO concerned Request to Federal Government (AHC) for verification and recognition
Process of Verification CVO for Pakistan is
Animal Husbandry Commissioner, Ministry of National Food Security and Research, GOP. OIE receive application / dossier from CVO (Chief veterinary officer) of Country in September, October every year. Received application will be reviewed by Adhoc Group of OIE by January More quarries may be asked from applying country. Scientific Commission of OIE will review the dossier by March Recommendation and endorsement will be made in May by General Assembly meeting of OIE

Road Map
Federal level
Direction and guidance for preparation of dossier by AHC Primary, Secondary and necessary data / information collection as desired under OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Codes Last year and current year data / information with tables and graph Dossier preparation Verification by Animal Husbandry Commissioner, GOP and authentication Dossier submission to OIE by office of AHC, Government of Pakistan

Endorsement by OIE with prescribed

process of

verification
Communication by OIE in General Assembly Meeting scheduled in every year in May Communication by OIE to AHC , GOP

OIE , Office of
International Epizooties, World Animal Health Organization, Paris

Road Map for OIE Recognition

Disease Reporting
OIE listed diseases Notifiable Animal Diseases Transboundry Animal Diseases Zoonotic Production

Directorate of Animal Disease Surveillance and Reporting

Livestock and Dairy Development Punjab


Notifiable disease occurrence format

Disease Reporting Flow

Disease Incidences reports received from DLOs/ DDROs, compiled and submitted to AHC

Disease Incidences reports received from VOs, compiled and submitted to DG/Directors

Disease Incidences reports received from Field Staff, compiled and submitted to DLO, DDRO

OIE requirements
1. Immediate reporting of TADs (FMD, PPR, & AI) 2. Six monthly report on notifiable animal diseases 3. Annual report on national veterinary structure and work

www.oie.int

http://empres-i.fao.org/

Latest
Area for development of Disease Free Zone is marked and notified Staff with prescribed mandate is identified to proceed Standard Operating Procedures documented and circulated Monthly reports from Compartments Bahawalpur Division needs more attention with staffing and resources.

MMSA and Disease Free Zone needs (PAHRA) Punjab Animal Health Regulatory Authority

Vector Born Diseases


Disease Concerns
Awareness campaigns Seminars Premises Cleanliness Shredding of used tyres Proper disposal of clinic wastes Rain and other water disposal Visits to field formations Timely reports with certificate

Status
Dengue control plan Communication of action plan to district tiers Coordination with Health Department Coordination with local Governments Visits by monitoring squads

Dengue

Congo

Seminars , trainings and awareness campaigns Pickets / entry points monitoring Cattle markets / sale yards and slaughter houses cleanliness Use of medicines for ectoparasites Proper disposal of sale yards wastes Campaign in Eid Ul Azha

Congo Campaign launched SoPs developed with activity plan Pickets identified and monitored Treatment for affected animals Communicated to concerned officers Daily report compiled and presented Successful Compaign

World Bank Initiatives


Task Proceedings Status
Priority areas identified Log frame Matrix prepared Proposals prepared and presented by working group of Department Discussion held Agreement on proposal Milk and Meat production with network from target area to market. More detail required Initial study needed to ear mark target area in Punjab

Project under Agriculture Development Programme of World Bank

Mission visits started in October 2011 March, 2012 April, May, 2012 June, 2012 July, 2012 Consultative meetings Workshops Wrap up meetings

ISO Certification for Labs


Task Proceedings Status

ISO 17025 Certificate for VRI and Provincial Diagnostic Laboratory

Meetings held with Director UDL, UVAS, VRI officer and DADRS Concept prepared and communicated Action Plan prepared and communicated

VRI prepared PC- 1 to get accredited its Laboratory More progress is awaited from Project Director Diagnostic Laboratories under Directorate of Animal Disease Reporting & Surveillance Punjab

Coordination with Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB)

Task

Proceedings

Punjab Animal Registration and Identification System (PARIS)

Meetings with service providers from Belgium, Poland etc. Concept documented. Concept shared with Punjab Information and Technology Board for further support for its implementation in Punjab. Progress will be made on approval of concept and allocation of funds.

Punjab Resource Management Programme (PRMP)

Task

Proceedings
PRMP is working on efficiency improvement of L&DDD DFID, Crown Agents Livestock Development Strategy documented Studies and surveys conducted by PRMP, PGEIP Bench Mark Study on Livestock sector. Strategic reviews were made by PRMP consultants. Focused studies on Human Resource development, Animal Health Preventive measures , Breed Improvement and vaccine supply chain improvements Reports shared with L&DDD with recommendations.

Coordination with Punjab Resource Management Programme (PRMP)

PSDF (Punjab Skill Development Fund)


Task Proceedings

Coordination with Punjab Skill Development Fund (PSDF)

PSDF is working in 4 distrcits Bahawalpur, Lodhran, Bahawalnagar and Muzaffargarh. DFID project Livestock trainings added as vocational trainings. Participation in workshop to highlight the importance and to identify more areas for vocational trainings on livestock for target group under Punjab Skill Development Fund.

Punjab Livestock Advisory Forum (PLAF)


Task Proceedings
The initiative is a result of email discussion between Syed Yawar Ali, of Nestle and then Secretary Livestock. 1st meeting on June 02, 2012 University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences was involved for updated and research findings for implementation in field. Working Group Identified 2nd meeting on June 13, 2012 Working Groups presented their areas with suggestion. Next meeting ????

Public and Private Sector collaboration for Dairy Development in Punjab by Punjab Livestock Advisory Forum (PLAF)

Management and Professional Development Department (MPDD)

Task

Proceedings
Module elaboration with session plan prepared and shared Training courses are in progress. Elaboration of technical aspects / contents for trainees during sessions as resource person covering Livestock Development Strategy, priority areas , productivity enhancement measures, Livestock Emergency Handling, Gender mainstreaming in Livestock, International codes for animal health , development of disease free zones, food security and poverty alleviation through livestock development.

Technical Coordination with MPDD for mandatory training course for L&DD officers under 4 Tier service structure.