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مُساهمةموضوع: The Investment Fields and Chances in Animal Resources    الأحد يناير 15, 2012 10:29 pm

[left]In The Name of Allah
Republic of Sudan
Ministry of Animal Resources & Fisheries
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The Investment Fields and Chances in Animal Resources
and Fisheries in Sudan





Khartoum 2010













The Investment Projects in Animal Resources and Fisheries










Investment in Animal Resources
Introduction:
The estimation of animal resources in Sudan is approximately 140.9 million heads, according to 2009 estimates, and 42 million heads of poultry. The water bodies of rivers and the sea accommodate 110 tons of fish. Besides, there is appreciable number of wild animals and reptiles.
The above mentioned resources contribute to the food security through ensuring red meat sufficiency, milk , poultry products and appreciable surplus of livestock for exportation. Moreover, the revenues of animal exports for 2009 reached 264 million US$.
The animal resources contribute with more than the fifth to Gross Domestic Product GDP , beside providing wastes for leather and skin industry, concentrates and manure.
Equally important, the animal resources contribute to agricultural operations, transport, draught, portage, enrichment of parks, entertainment, tourism and the socio-religious aspects.
It is an income source for 40% of the Sudanese population and it is an attractive resources for investment, beside it`s economic and strategic reservoir for Sudan.
Investment in Animal Resources:
Investment is one of the main factors that assist promotion of economy and it is the driving power for its close connection with capital creation and can enable the national economy to progress and raise production.
In a view of Sudan vast fertile land suitable for cultivation, with provision of national pastures, variable climates, animals and available fisheries and water resources, investment has the most appropriate climate to thrive in animal resources that has less productive inputs in comparison with its counterparts of other sectors.
The availability of natural resources in Sudan and large diseases free zone, beside global scarcity of food and its high prices, all that has drawn attention from the neighbouring countries to the country.
Also, the announcement of Sudan as the prospective global food basket in 1974, in addition to the country freedom from epizootics such as Bovine Spongi-form Encephalopathy BSE, Rift Valley Fever and Avian Influenza has drawn attention to invest in Sudan, especially from neighbouring Arab countries, in many fields of agriculture and animal resources sectors. This will make the efforts and expertise consolidation necessary, with coordination between the different sectors to integrate expertise and exploit the available potentialities for proper use of the country gifted resources, so as to bring benefits to Sudan, neighbouring Arab, African and world countries. Therefore, Sudan can occupy its pioneering position among the advanced countries.





Dairy Production Project
Introduction:
The availability of good dairy breeds in the area led to propose the project.
Location:
Kassala state
Justification:
- To exploit the available milk and ensure consumption of healthy products
- To raise the small producers` income.
Description of the project:
Dairy manufacturing of surplus milk
Objectives:
- Financial reward
- Utilization of scientific advancements in milk industry.
- Raising the owners` income
Fund:
Investors




Milk Factory Project
Introduction:
Arising from the small numbers of cattle in Shimalia state even though it is vast state and free from many epizootic animal disease, this projected is aimed to encourage producers to integrate animal in the agricultural cycle and breed hybrid cattle to raise the individual income.
Location:
Shimalia state
Justification:
- Availability of pastures and fodder.
Description of the project:
Units for milk collection, cooling, freezing, processing, storage, transportation and marketing
Objectives:
- Promotion of national economy
- Encouragement to propagate good cattle breeds in the area
- Raising the individual income
Fund:
Investors + the government



Supply of Dairy Products Project
Introduction:
The remarkable progress witnessed in dairy industry and the promoted attitude of individual towards nutritional diversity including milk derivatives has encouraged adoption of the so-called project.
Location:
Khartoum state
Justification:
- Availability and progress of markets and the intellectual level of consumers beside the market demand and great quantities of milk produced in the area.
Description of the project:
Units, fixed or mobile, for milk collection, cooling, freezing, processing , storage, transportation and marketing
Objectives:
- economic reward.
- Self-sufficiency and exportation.
- Promotion of supply level to cope with the global markets.
Fund:
Senior investors



Dairy Exports Replacement Project
Introduction:
The available land and suitable climate encouraged to propose this project.
Location:
Khartoum , Gezira and The River Nile states
Justification:
Availability of cattle, land and market.
Description of the project:
- Raw milk production unit.
- Pasteurized milk production unit.
- Milk derivatives production unit.
- Green fodder production unit.
- Concentrates fodder production unit.
Work plan:
Breeding of upgraded dairy cattle breeds and good mothers applying the modern technologies.
Objectives:
- Raising the individual consumption level
- Self-sufficiency and exportation
- Promotion of the national herd.
Daily production:
50 tons of milk
The finance:
50 million US$
Fund:
Investors
















Dairy Production and Manufacturing Project
Introduction:
Due to ongoing scientific and technological advancement and the need to produce sufficient quantities of milk, importation of good foreign dairy breeds to upgrade the local ones and utilize the advanced methodologies to reach this goal has become necessity for provision of enough quantities to establish dairy production industry to reach self-sufficiency and exportation.
Location:
Khartoum /Soba
Justification:
To exploit the available inputs of land and fodder.
Description of the project:
- Establishing housing for high milking imported cattle
- Raw milk production unit.
- Milk characteristics and production unit.
Objectives:
- Raising the national income
- Upgrading of breeds
- Raising milk products to meet the local demand then export
Fund: Investors




Dairy Farm Project
Introduction:
The gap of dairy production witnessed and the scientific progress in the so-called field that enables modernizing the sector encourage to propose this project
Location:
Khartoum
Justification:
Availability of suitable land , ability to provide good breeds , markets , modern equipment and workforce.
Description of the project:
Lactating cows houses, milk production and manufacturing units
Objectives:
- Financial revenues..
- Increase of national income and encouragement of the related industries.
- Promotion of expertise and qualified cadres.
The finance:
1038960 US$




Dairy and Fodder Production Project
Introduction:
Sudan is very characteristic of huge quantities of animal resources, especially the livestock, and in spite of this, there is a clear gap in the diary production, this will enhance the process of upgrading the local breeds and strengthening the productivity to reach self-sufficiency status and then exportation through establishing the related industry for the working force is available.
Location:
Alnuba village , Gezira states
Justification:
Availability of cattle and the scheme land that makes production of green fodder easy.
Description of the project:
- Raw milk production unit.
- Milk manufacturing production unit.
- Green fodder production unit.
- Agricultural by- products fodder production unit.
Work plan:
Breeding of upgraded dairy cattle breeds and good mothers of other generations through activation of Artificial Insemination technology.
Objectives:
- Raising the individual consumption level
- Self-sufficiency and exportation
- Promotion of the national herd.
The area of project: 5326 m2
The finance: 20 million US$
Fund: Investors















Dairy Cattle Breeding Project
Introduction:
The gap of dairy production in the market and the rise in individual milk consumption
Location:
Khartoum
Justification:
Availability of modern technology and good breeds encourage to propose this project
Description of the project:
Breeding , raw milk production and milk transportation units
The Work Plan:
Breeding of upgraded breeds for high milk production.
Objectives:
- Raising the individual consumption rate.
- Self-sufficiency and exportation.
The finance:
The requirements cost =16000000US$




Dairy Products Project
Introduction:
The conference of the national comprehensive strategy (1992 -2002) determined some indicators of investment priorities adopted by the government as the local strategy for investment and some of it is as follows:
1- Encouraging the private sector to invest in agriculture , animal production and their services.
2- Crediting funds for the projects owners in the field of animal resources, animal and agricultural production.
3- Laying of utmost priority for food production to support food security.
Location:
Khartoum – Tibna .
Justification:
To meet the milk needs of the area and the workforce is available and can be utilized from in the project beside availability of good dairy cattle
Description of the project:
Manufactured milk and milk description production units
Objectives:
- Utilization from the produced milk.
- Income raising to develop the flock number, efficiency and productivity.

- Realization of self-sufficiency and exportation.
The finance:
The requirement cost = 1892000 US$
Total cost= 27791056 US$
Fund:
Investors or banks.














Dairy Farm and its products Project
Introduction:
Due to availability of high estimates of cattle resources , production inputs ( fodder and vast land), this proposal is forwarded to contribute to settlement of the nomads in collection centers so as to utilize from surplus milk in manufacturing.
Location: Southern Darfur
Justification:
Availability of high numbers of good breeds and inputs beside there is ability to establish milk production factory.000
Description of the project:
Collection , marketing transportation and manufacturing units
Objectives:
- Financial revenues..
- Promotion of national economy and reducing the imported manufactured milk .
- Contribution to nomads settlement
- Using the produced milk all over the year
The finance:
The requirement cost = 350000 US$
Total cost= 1000000 US$
Fund:
Investors + government
Pasteurization and Packaging Unit Project ( 10 units)
Introduction:
The possibility to produce greater milk quantities for the necessity and easiness of storage and marketing led to proposal of such topic.
Location: The River Nile state
Justification:
Availability of high numbers of good breeds and inputs beside there is ability to establish milk production factory.000
Description of the project:
Collection, marketing transportation and manufacturing units
Objectives:
- Financial revenues..
- Promotion of national economy and reducing the imported manufactured milk.
- Contribution to nomads settlement
- Using the produced milk all over the year
The finance:
The requirement cost = 350000 US$
Total cost= 1000000 US$
Fund:
Investors + government


Broilers Mothers Farm
Introduction:
According to the food gap, market demand, availability of project inputs and the spread of poultry threatening disease globally, the proposal of establishing mothers farms for broilers locally came to evade importing Avian Influenza with poultry imports from outside.
Location:
The River Nile state
Justification:
Providing local mothers farms to utilize fodder inputs
Description of the project:
Breeding units , hatcheries and pens for broilers mothers to support commercial farms beside slaughtering , storage , cooling and transporting units.
Objectives:
- Financial reward
- Promotion of national economy
- Protection of the national herd from diseases.
Fund:
Investors

Poultry Industry Project
Introduction:
The importance of establish such project is to meet the market needs for the white meat is prominent for its taste , easy carcass preparation and high marketability which makes its reward encouraging to invest in.
Location:
North of Gizera state. Khartoum, north of the White Nile , The River Nile and Northern Kordofan.
Justification:
Availability of inputs, market and workforce.
Description of the project:
Breeding , slaughtering , cooling and storage units plus distribution centers.
Objectives:
- Provision of white meat and eggs.
- Promotion of poultry industry in Sudan according to sound scientific bases.
- Contribution the national economy.
The finance:
20 million US$
Fund:
Investors + government

Poultry Project
Introduction:
To bridge the gap and raise the consumption rate of the white meat in the area.
Location:
Khartoum
Justification:
To bridge the gap , utilize the inputs and exploiting the work force.
Description of the project:
Breeding , slaughtering , cooling and storage units plus distribution centers.
Objectives:
- The financial revenue.
- Utilization from the raw materials
- Promotion of the national economy.
- Utilizing the scientific advancement.
The finance:
The requirement cost = 2600000 US$
Total cost= 3900000 US$


Veterinary Drugs Factory
Introduction:
Due to the appreciable estimates of animal resources in Sudan and the variable diseases prevail, the veterinary drugs factory proposed to reduce the veterinary drugs imports, utilizing from the national expertise and the working force.
Location:
Khartoum / AlGaily
Justification:
the appreciable estimates of animal resources in Sudan and the reduction of the veterinary drugs imports
Description of the project:
The requirements cost is 2679000 SDG
Total cost is 13429000 SDG
Objectives:
- Economic reward
- Epizootic diseases control

Fund:
Investors



Pastoral Farm and Sheep Fattening Project
Introduction:
The availability of natural ranges, suitable climate and internationally-demanded good breeds has led to propose this project.
Location:
Northern Kordofan states/ Gabrat AlSheikh , Umdum, Umrawaba, AlKhwai, Ubuzubad , Gubaish and AlNuhud.
Justification:
Availability of good breeds, suitable climate and vast ranges that of marketing competitiveness.
Description of the project:
Sheep production for local consumption and export through applying the modern means (natural fodder + concentrates).
Work plan:
Breeding of upgraded sheep breeds for marketing
Objectives:
- The financial revenue and raising the national income.
- Utilizing the range lands.
The area of project:
5326 m2
The finance:
18 million US$
Pastoral Farm and Fattening Project
Introduction:
Sugar industry provides by products that are valid to establish successful fattening projects.
Location:
Southern Kordofan states ( Abugebaiha – Alabasia) , The White Nile, Sennar , The Blue Nile and Southern Darfur.
Justification:
Availability of land and inputs ( agricultural by products and breeds).
Description of the project:
Utilization of industrial by products in fattening.
Work plan:
Breeding of upgraded sheep breeds for marketing the fatten live animals, mutton and leather works.
Objectives:
- The economic revenue and establishing of mutton and leather industry.
The area of project:
100000 acres
The finance:
30 million US$
The Leather Industrial Area Project
Introduction:
This area is characteristics of available skin collecting agents and this makes it suitable for establishing leather industry to provide leather products for the local markets and exports.
Location:
Khartoum state ( Omdurman)
Justification:
Availability of inputs , workforce and market.
Description of the project:
Processing of skins to be manufactured into leather products.
Work plan:
Skin processing , tannery , finishing and manufacturing units.
Objectives:
- The financial revenue
- Promotion of leather industries.
- Increasing the productivity.
- Employing the local labour.
The finance:
70000 million SDG
Fund:
Investors
Artificial Insemination and Embryo Transfer Centers Project
Introduction:
The technological and scientific advancement witnessed in the field of artificial insemination and embryo transfer is the main motivation behind the so-called proposal to upgrade the breeds for high productivity.
Location:
The River Nile state.
Justification:
Availability of good quantities of cattle in the area and the clear gap in the dairy production beside climate suitability to accommodate the upgraded breeds.
Requirements:
Equipment and devices.
Description of the project:
Semen storage, transport and mothers breeding units.
Work plan:
Importation of upgraded breeds or semen to produce mothers for breeding.
Objectives:
- The economic revenue
- Promotion of the national economy.
- Upgrading of cattle dairy and beef breeds.
- Realization of self-sufficiency.
- Promotion of fertility through embryo transfer
- Promoting the smaller breeder.
The finance:
Requirements cost = 2.4 million US$
Fund:
Investors + government















Fodder Factory Project
Introduction:
The availability of livestock, land and raw materials encourage the proposal of the project.
Location:
Khartoum
Justification:
Availability of inputs and markets.
Description of the project:
Concentrates fodder production and marketing units
Objectives:
- Utilizing the fodder inputs
- Utilizing the scientific advancement.
- Utilizing the markets.
The finance:
The requirements cost = 1941909 million US$.
Total cost = 3750909 million US$.





Fisheries Production Project
Introduction:
The fisheries estimates are approximately 160 thousand tons and there are broad horizons for fisheries production. The gap is estimated as 126 thousand tons, there is possibility of producing 75 thousand tons annually from the project of fisheries production in salty and brackish waters.
Location:
The Red Sea state – The River Nile state ( Marewie Dam) – Shimalia state ( Nuba lake)
Justification:
- Fish production to bridge the nutritional gap
- Provision of young fish for small fisheries
Objectives:
- The proper exploitation of the fish resources through raising the annual production.
- Developing the fisheries sector to raise the individual consumption rate.
- Realization of self- sufficiency and contribution to food security and GDP.
The finance:
50 million US$
Fund:
Investors or banks

Lobster and Sea food Production Project in Southern Suakin and Al-Gash Delta
Introduction:
The lobster, oyster and other sea food production are considered as one of the most recently exploited products in Southern Suakin and Al-Gash Delta which are Brackish Water area where rains fall in Tokar area and join to meet the Red Sea water. It is the only one area has the above characteristic. So, it form suitable environment for lobsters to inhibit naturally. There are traditional fisheries make living activity for people of the area utilizing it limitedly according to their capability. Establishment of production project in that area will enable producing 200 tons of the fisheries products to meet the increasing demand from the local market, hotels, and tourism institutional value of those products in terms of protein source for consumer.
Executor: Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries- General Directorate of Fisheries and Aquatic living things.
Duration: 2011-2012
Starting date: 2011
Location: the red sea state (Southern Suakin and Al-Gash Delta)
Cost: 2000 000SDG
Fund: Ministry of Financial and National Economy/donors/International organization.
The project purpose:
1. Production of loster and stacosa from nationl resources in southern Suakin and Al-Gash Delta.
2. Exploitation of the unexploited loster and stakosa resources in the above areas.
3. Replacing the imports of these commodities.
4. Realization of self-sufficiency in lobster and stakosa for the local market and Khartoum.
Objectives:
1. Development of southern Suakin and Tokar Delta areas.
2. Provision of jobs opportunities.
3. Replacement of lobster imports.
The project estimated cost:
1/ equipment and machineries:
Item Cost/thousand/SDG
Boats-fishing equipments 250
Ice factories 150
Cooling room 100
total 500





2/ Buildings
Item Cost/thousand/SDG
Port(Suakin) 200
Factories and cooling rooms buildings 300
Administration buildings 100
total 600

The total estimated cost of the project:
Item Cost/thousand/SDG
Equipments & machineries 500
Buildings 600
Vehicles and management 300
Running budget 300
total 2000

Revenue: 200ton/year







Upgrading of Livestock Breeds and the Maintenance of Genetic Components Project
Introduction:
Sudan owns big animal resources but they face productivity problems, especially in dairy production part. A lot of efforts were exerted to upgrade breeds through selection and hybridization. So, state centers were established to upgrade the local breeds. Also, a number of international cattle and goats breeds were brought for the same purpose.
Artificial Insemination was introduced in Sudan in the National Center for Artificial Insemination in 1976. The so-called technique realized appreciable results in terms of raising productivity and nomads settlement in Khartoum state.
The financial support directed to the center stopped then reduction in productivity was experienced. Therefore, rehabilitation of the national state centers is the need.
On the other hand, upgrading of local breeds and their genetic components maintenance has become a national demand to follow the international trend towards maintenance of the genetic component for the local breeds. So, the follow up of the productive animals will be as follows:
1- Tracing the origin of the genetic resources.
2- .tracing of parent.
3- Verification of the genetic defect if it is found.
4- Assessment of the breeding value for farm animals.

The project background:
- Started in 1976 – 1993 with technical support ( ODM & FAO& DED) in bringing field and lab equipment for AI industry, semen freezing. The technical support included external and internal training and bringing experts. Also, the construction of genes bank started to be operated as quality control, local and foreign genetic resources evaluation firm. Especially the entrance of the private companies in this field may lead to genetic pollution of the local breeds. Also, this laboratory has great importance in protection of our genetic resources.
Location:
Khartoum North – Hillat koko
Justification:
1) Decreasing of the technical foreign donation since 1993 lead to consumption of the field and lab equipment. So, furnishing the center has become necessity.
2) Migration of trained cadres abroad has debilitated the human resources in this field.
3) Breeders and state needs for the field cadres that are trained in their sites to meet the work demand.
4) The necessity of protection of Sudanese variable original genetic resources.


Objectives:
1- Promotion of local breeds addressing the dormant potentialities and upgrading through selection.
2- Conduction of field surveys to describe breeds and collect data about productive properties and their reproductive specification and laying development plan to promote good properties.
3- Collaboration with local and international organizations to raise the breeds productivity to be exploited in promotion of other breeds in national and regional level.
4- Breeds demarcation and registration with scientific data collection (productive , morphological , reproductive and hygienic properties).
5- Provision of information for the international importers in response to WTO demand.
6- Establishment of genetic plans for the Sudanese breeds to be described for registration in the international pattern of invention clearance for pure Sudanese breeds.
7- Adjustment of frozen semen and embryo to safeguard against deception and entrance of unneeded genes.
8- Establishment of tissue bank as reference firm to resolve conflicts in all levels (national, regional and international).
9- Realization of self-sufficiency in milk products ceasing the dried milk imports.
10- Promotion of the national economy and raising the living standards.
11- Horizontal enlargement in genetic upgrading programs through replication of locally produced frozen inoculums.
12- Production and storage of the frozen inoculums to assist in progeny test programs.
13- Adjustment of the frozen semen and received embryo to prevent entrance of the unneeded genes.
14- Keeping the export animals tissues in a tissue bank to be referred to whenever suspicion or conflict happens upon the entrance of suspected animals to external markets.
Description of the project:
• Rehabilitation of the buildings, pens and offices.
• Importing of chemicals, lab equipments, field and lab machineries.
• External and internal training for cadres.
• Completion of genes bank buildings.
The project work plan:
1] Rehabilitation of the National Center for Artificial Insemination.
2] Establishing genes bank to organize the genetic resources.
3] Rehabilitation of building, animal pens and the main building of the center in Hillat koko.
The project components:
Buildings , surveys , selection, registration , animals and fodder – sheep , beef cattle , machines , equipment , training , workshops , samples analysis.

Executive phases of the project:
Year Activity Cost
(millionSDG)
2009-2010 Buildings + surveys + animal and fodder + sample analysis+ chemicals + semen production + transportation 3
2011 – 2013 Training and cadres qualification + surveys and breeds registration + laboratory equipment + samples analysis + chemicals and semen production + transportation 12
2013 - 2016 Training and promotion of the operating cadres + selection surveys + breeds registration + sample analysis+ animals and fodder purchase + machines and equipments 15
Total 30








Modernization and Promotion of Animal Nutrition System Sources Project
Location: Khartoum (Headquarters) and all northern states.
Duration: 2011 – 2012.
The start: 2011
Cost: 10285 SDG
Objectives:
- Promoting the quality of animal nutritional sources.
- Determination and modernization of range land and promotion of seeds productivity.
- Determination of animal nutrition system
- Creation of nutritional alternatives with reduced cost and high nutritious value.
- Establishing of data base to monitor information of animal nutrition, locally, regionally and internationally.
Description of the project:
The project aims to conduct field surveys and establishing data bases in all northern Sudan states to determine pastures and quantity of agricultural by products that can be utilized in animal nutrition beside harvesting the byproducts of all oil, sugar and cereal mills factories. In addition to operating fodder factories, production types, specifications, operational potentiality for analyzing these data and information, so as to determine animal nutrition problems and nutritional gaps for suitable solution.
Output:
- Determination of range land size, vegetation and its nutritional value.
- Determination of agricultural byproducts quantities, their nutritional value and ways of usage.
- Determination of the produced quantities from oil, sugar and cereal mills byproduct and their nutritional value and ways of usages.
- Determination of the nutritional gap in terms of quantity and quality to find suitable alternative.
- Cadres training in animal production to create qualified cadres to monitor analyze and promote animal nutrition.
- Establishment of comprehensive data base to cope with animal nutrition requirements and the new findings in the so-called field.
Activities:
- Establishing data base in the center and states.
- Provision of equipment and devices
- Holding of training courses in all related fields for the different operating sectors in animal breeding and nutrition through local and international experts.
- Field studies conduct to some successful local, Arab and international models of animal nutrition.
- Field survey for all sources of animal nutrition.
- Monitoring of all researches, studies and papers made locally, regionally or internationally about animal nutrition.
- Holding of workshops, seminars and debates.
The compatibility of Project objectives and development priorities:
a) Economically:
- Provision of high value fodder in suitable cost.
- Provision of multiple fodder alternatives to animal
- Ensuring fodder for Arab countries that suffer from lack in it due to the weakness in water resources and cultivating lands.
b) Agriculturally:
- Enlargement of range land and upgrading of seeds
- Cultivation of high value nutritional alternative.
- Processing of agricultural byproducts to be utilized in animal nutrition.
c) Socially:
- Creation of new job opportunities.
- Combating poverty through raising of target groups income, especially farmers and pastoralists.
- Creation of production relationship between producers and manufacturers.
d) Environment:
- Maintenance of natural rangeland to produce fodder.
- Maintenance of the vegetation and prevention of desertification.
- Utilizing the agricultural and industrial byproducts scientifically to alleviate the negative impacts on environment.
The compatibility of the project and strategic objectives:
- Adoption of the comprehensive perspective in using the natural resources.
- Figuring joint policy to utilize the natural resources and agricultural and industrial byproducts.
- Raising the potentiality to provide safe food through bridging the animal nutritional and fodder gap.
- Realization of nutritional resources sustainability.
- Realization of settlement in rural and pastoral communities.










Veterinary Services Rehabilitation in Weak Areas Project
Sector: Animal resources and fisheries.
Location: Greater Darfur , Sinnar and Southern Kordofan states.
Justification:
- Collapse of development projects accompanying meeting the basic needs in the so-called states.
- Deterioration of environment and natural rangeland
- Migration and displacement.
- Loss of the main economical source for living.
- Deterioration of veterinary services and the parallel projects.
- Spread of epizootic diseases especially zoonoses.
- The change in the herd composition and breeding method.
General objectives:
1- Re-planning and reprogramming of the variable veterinary services directed to the pastoral sector in the state, and improving the performance to the sufficient level that meets the human need and ensure food and health security to include awareness and extension for the prospective pastoralists and main players to meet the ambitions and needs of pastoralists.
2- Compensation and replication of animal resources estimates (quantitatively and qualitatively) in the war-stricken areas.
3- Integrating the so-called states in the economic wheel of the country.
4- Rehabilitation of accompanied basic and social services.
5- Balanced development.
Specific objectives:
1- Raising the income and varying the rural means of living.
2- Employing the local labour to provide financial revenue and alleviate poverty.
3- Promotion of the health services and resumption of the herd composition, breeding type and raising the productive potentiality of the state animal resources.
4- Restructuralization of institutional, economic and social structure in the state.
Description of the project:
The project components:
1- Buildings rehabilitation (hospitals, clinics , dispensaries and slaughterhouses).
2- Mobile clinics
3- Rehabilitation of veterinary laboratory.
4- Training of veterinary assistant cadres and the rural women (pastoral).
5- Transport means (vehicles).



The project estimated cost:
Item Cost (US$)
Buildings and firms ( hospitals, clinics , dispensaries and slaughterhouses) 8000000
Mobile clinics 7000000
Equipments 500000
Training 100000
Transport means 870000
Other 50000
Total 16520000
The expected outcomes:
1- Realization of food security and reduction of poverty.
2- Resumption of domestic and state economical balance.
3- Epizootic diseases control and animal breed upgrading programs.
4- Creation of balance and evading the breeding negative impacts on environment.
5- Maintenance of biodiversity in rangeland as the most important natural element that provide variable food and natural products.
6- Raising the income will change the way of living and alleviate poverty in the area.
7- Security stability and social peace.
Animal Census Project
Location: Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries – Khartoum.
Duration: 3 years.
Start date: 2010
Termination date: 2012
The executor: Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries – General Directorate of Planning and Economics.
Objectives:
General objectives:
- Provision of authentic data base for planners and decision makers.
- Support of food security through national statistical system for animal resources.
- Improvement of standard of living and poverty alleviation for workers in the animal resources sector, especially pastoralists as they represent appreciable number.
Specific objectives:
- Solid and sound basis for executing the strategic data base and the statistical structure.
- The correct annual estimation of the growth rate of the national herd and animal products.
- Improvement and promotion of the method used in statistical analysis for surveillance data.
- Strengthening of the technical capabilities of the worker in the field of information and planning in animal resources.
The total cost according to a feasibility study:
18 million SDG
The first phase: 6 million SDG (preparations, forms, training ….etc)
Second phase: 8 million SDG (supervisor and counter training, census, field work).
Third phase: 4 million (analysis, results)
The expected results:
- Real data base and information about the composition of animal resources sector in Sudan.
- Training and capacity building of workers in the center and states about techniques of data collection and analysis.
- Flow of information to planners, producers and beneficiaries.
- Capacity building of human cadre supervising the sector.
Beneficiaries:
1- Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries and state units through economizing information, efforts and time.
2- Pastoralists and animal owners.
3- Governmental corporations, ministries and state decision makers.
4- Governmental and non-governmental organization in planning and prospecting the future markets.
5- External and internal investor.
6- Researchers, decision makers and consumers.
The economic impact:
Establishment of animal census will lead to promotion of statistical information structure in animal resources through making real data base and information about the composition of animal resources in Sudan. Those will confirm the center stone and the starting point not only for developing the sector but also it will positively affect other economic sectors.
The social impact:
The project develops the animal sector; so, it supports the rural development. Aims realizing the targets of comprehensive socio-economic development and capacity building for labour in the center and states concerning collection and data analysis.
The environmental impact:
No negative impact on environment will result from executing the so-called project.
Execution procedures:
Description of the project:
The execution of project will be in three years.
The first year:
Preparation of the project general framework, forms (to be tested), census agent booklet, work plan and training where animal census unit will be established and coordinators are trained to supervise the operations in the other phases of census.
The second year:
Field work of data collection.
Third year:
Analysis that includes input and processing of the forms data preparation of the final report.
The first year:
Phase one:
Preparations and equipments for preparing the general framework of animal census.
The expected phase payment: 2million SDG
Phase requirements:
The required preparation for the general framework needs formulation of census executive committee (supreme national committee - technical committee - state committees -field work committees(operation room) - media committee).The supreme and technical committee hold regular meetings to lay the census proposal, prepare the general framework for survey and the required forms.
Statistical expert is needed to participate in the phase of animal census and show the methods of data collection in the owners areas (settled, nomads and semi nomads) and he would revise the final collection form, analytical tables and training in the field of data collection and analysis.
Sound work environment should be provided for the so-called project through furnishing project units to manage and coordinate work that is considered as crucial one for its role in the thorough economic planning.
Phase two:
Preparation and design of forms.
Phase three:
Selection and training of coordinators.











The National Project of Animal Resources and Fisheries Technologies Transfer

Location: National/Khartoum
Execution: Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries/General Directorate of Extension, Technology Transfer and Pastoralist Development.
The assistant executor: state ministries/Animal Resources Research Cooperation
General Objectives:
• Training of extension agents in the center and states about promotion and transfers of suitable technologies.
• Training of extension agents about the skills of technology transfer, exposition and trial.
• Training of the rural woman in the field of modern breeding technologies to increase production, productivity and animal product manufacturing.
• Training of Trainer (TOT), leagues members, producers association about extension and technology transfer.
• Exposition, trail and promotion of approved technologies and pioneering models in the animal resources and fisheries.
• Production and documentation of approved technologies.
• Transference of approved technologies.
• Production, exposition, documentation and dissemination of extension materials.
• Training of Pastoralist, producer and extension cadres about approved technologies.
• Presenting information and technologies to animal resources and fisheries workers.
Specific Objectives:
• Holding of 4 short courses (5 days) targeting rural woman, extension agents, organization members and civil community organization operated in pastoral sector.
• Holding of two specialized courses about determination, designation and exposition of technical bundles to be 10 days for each course targeting supervisions and veterinary extension agents in the center and state.
• Holding of 1 medium course in the field of extension media, skills of technology transfer, information technology, production of extension material, documentation, planning, preparation and execution of extension programs for pastoralists and producer.
• (long term training, diploma, MSc and PhD)in the field of extension and technology transfer.
• Designation, exposition, trial and dissemination of 10 approved technologies to raise production and productivity in the field of dairy, meat, poultry, fisheries, leather and other animal production.
• Holding of 12 extension technology transfer activity (seminars, workshop and database) to promote and transfer approved technologies.
• Holding of 96 broadcasting programs to promote approved technologies.
• Holding of 10 pastoral campaigns in the production sites.
• Establishing extension and approved technologies exhibition in the ministry.
Description of the project:
It consists of two programs:
 The Technical Bundles Programs: to raise production and productivity:
This program targets suitable technology to raise production and productivity.
 Training program:
 Training for exposition and trail of approved technologies then transference to the targeted audience.
The project component:
• Holding of 4 short courses to 25 trainees in the center and states to be 5 days for each.
• Holding of 2 specialized courses for supervision and extension agents in the center and state.
• Holding of one course of 15 days duration.
• Long term training for diploma, MSc and PhD.
• Designation, exposition and trail of approved technologies.
• Promotion of target technologies to the targeted audience.
• Holding of extension activities for approved technologies.

The Cost:
 Cost of 4 short courses 69400 SDG
 Cost of 2 specialized 68600 SDG
 Cost of 1 medium course 21000 SDG
 Long-term training cost 37000 SDG
(Diploma, MSc and PhD)
Total cost for technical training program 196000 SDG
The cost for designation, exposition, trial and dissemination of approved technologies
 20 technologies(15000SDG for each) 300 000SDG
 Extension program for approved technologies 374 000SDG
 Training program for approved technologies 200 000SDG
 Pastoral campaigns in the production site 580 000 SDG
 Extension and international participation 750 000SDG
 Documentation & exhibition 100 000SDG
Total cost of the technical bundles 2 304 000SDG
The total cost of the national projects 2 500 000 SDG
Fund: Ministry of Financial and National Economy/donors


















Quality Control Laboratory and Rehabilitation of the Regional Training Center for Meat Inspection, Grading and Hygiene.
Name of project: establishment of Quality Control Laboratory and Rehabilitation of the Regional Training Center for Meat Inspection, Grading and Hygiene.
Location: the Regional Training Center for Meat Inspection, Grading and Hygiene- Khartoum
Objectives:
1- Promotion of the animal exports of livestock in terms of quality, specification and standards according to the international references.
2- Implementation of the comprehensive quality control systems in imports and exports to reduce the hygienic risks.
3- Promotion of economic cooperation among the region countries.
4- Capacity building of cadres.
The project components:
1. Buildings and premises:
The main building consists of two storey accommodating sections for analysis, inspection, diagnosis, pollution rate measurement, drug, and chemical residues in the animal products. Beside rehabilitation of meat inspection center premises.


2. Facilities and equipment:
The work in the premises requires provision of modern laboratory facilities , machineries and equipment to cope with the international requirements for inspecting the animal products imports and exports to protect human and animals from epizootics.
3. Vehicles:
The business requires transportation for dispatching samples from slaughter houses in facilitate vehicles for this purpose.
Fund sources:
Ministry of Finance and National Economy and Donors.
Local component : 8000000 SDG
Foreign component : 500000 US$
The beneficiaries:
1. Live and slaughtered exporters will utilized from the project due to raising of competitiveness power for the animal resources exports in terms of improved quality and applicability to international standards and specifications.
2. Higher, medium and base cadres of meat hygiene and other departments will benefit from the project in terms of capacity building according to the modern means and methodologies of quality control.


The Expected Results:
Completion of quality control laboratory means completion of HACCP implementation that becomes necessity for international trade, and the pillars for capacity buildings and exports.
Executive arrangement and procedures:
Consulting firm has been determined upon competition among other expertise and consulting firms in Sudan. This is the real beginning of the project execution then forwarding an open tenders bid to select qualified contractors and sign agreements with them through the ministry legal advisor.
The potentialities for the project sustainability:
- Quality control project found inside the Regional Training Center for Meat Inspection, Grading and Hygiene which is national , regional and training center representing the most important guarantee for the project success.
The expected obstacles, problem and risks with proposed solution:
The quality control laboratory undergoes biological, chemical and physical tests and analyses for all animal products as general and all types of meat specifically to cope with the advanced technology in the field sampling and test procedures. These obstacles can be surmounted through developing and modernizing sampling and test methods.
The expected impacts:
Economic impacts:
Support of Sudanese exports competitiveness (live livestock, slaughtered animal and meat) through facilitation of HACCP and critical control points implementation and provision of trained cadres in the so-called field.
The social impact:
After realization of the first objective, training of veterinary cadres in the field of food hygiene and safety as general and meat specifically the private sector workers such as butchers who can be trained on the modern methods of food and meat hygiene.
The environmental impact:
Completion of quality control laboratory make obligation of all exports slaughter houses to establish diagnostic labs possible beside implementation of hygienic specification and procedures with utilization from slaughtering by products to provide positive impacts.










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