Food Crop Production And Small Ruminants - Business Plans/feasibility Report/Project

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Name of proposal   -                          Alisa Women’s Farming Project                                                                                                                                                    
                                                           (Crop Production and small Ruminants.  

Name of Implementing  -                   Royail Integrated Agricultural Project
Organization                                                                           

Contact Address     -                           P.O. Box 25 Royail – Lunsar
                                                            Sierra Leone, West Africa.
                                                            Tel 011-232-76-832-536

Contact Persons   -                              Mrs. Fatmata Fofanah.
                                                         Tel 011-232-76-834-550

Contact Address  -                              PO Box 1225.
                                                            Freetown, Sierra Leone.
                                                            West Africa.

Contact Person   -                               Mr. Sidi S. Kaloko.
      U.S.A                                            Email: balia@comcast.net
                                                            Phone: 571-275-0403

Contact Address  -                              PO Box 11645
      U.S.A                                            Alexandria VA 22312.

Location of Project  -                          Panlap, Makarie Gbanti Chiefdom,
                                                            Bombali District,
                                                            Northern Province.

Project Beneficiaries  -                       1,732 Members.

Duration of Project  -                         One (1) year.

Date of Commencement       -            August, 2009

Date of Completion                 -          August, 2010
                                                               
Community Contribution -                $ 2,420.00 (Le 7,260,000)

Fund Request                 -                   $ 100,000 (Le 300,000,000)

Total                              -                    $ 102,420 (Le 307,260,000)



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


The Alisa Women’s Farming Project is a community-based organization, which is an Umbrella organization for Five (5) Women’s association was started in 1989.
This Project was involved in large-scale community and individual small holding crop production in the Makari Gbanti in the Bombali District of Northern Sierra Leone.
In this new dispensation in post war Sierra Leone Alisa Women’s Farming Project with the supervisory assistance of RIAP intends to assist in resetting and rehabilitating the community people that originated within the precincts of Bombali District.

BACKGROUND AND PROBLEMS ANALYSIS

GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

Makari Gbanti chiefdom, the identified project location is one of the largest chiefdom in the Bombali District, had experience some of the most gruesome, barbaric, debilitating, militating, mutilating and arson acts in the 11 years old civil conflict.

The chiefdom is located in an area with two large rivers i.e. Tabai and Mabole with a vegetation structure ranging from wood land savanna, flood plains, grass lands and inland valley swamps a vegetation and soil structure really suitable for crop and animal production.

Its plentiful water supply throughout the year enables it to accommodate large human populations crowded in to small farming hamlets scattered all over the chiefdom.

The large fish reserve in the rivers was also utilized to supplement food needs of the community and the surrounding communities.

The turning point of this economic growth within these came on the frequent rebels attacks in these areas.

Men and Women had their limbs amputated. Produce and animals were looted and facilities for agriculture vandalized.

The humanitarian crisis came to a head when the rebel occupied these areas up to four years. Seeds banks and livestock reserve were destroyed. AlisaWomen’s Farming Project alone an umbrella organization of Five (5) villages lost a total of Two thousand Five hundred (2,500) bushels of rice besides other field crops like cassava, maize and groundnuts.

As such Alisa Women’s Farming Project some of whose membership had their limbs amputated had identified about 25 amputees wishing to resettle in their home district.

The association is passionately appealing to your institution to support it to achieve in its outlined objectives in collaboration with RIAP Lunsar in post war Sierra Leone.

PROJECT LOCATION

Alisa Women’s Farming Project which had facilities at Balia, in the Makarie Gbanti chiefdom decided to locate the main project activities for community people and amputees.
Panlap is 3km to the main out lets to Guinea, with a thriving weekly market featuring agriculture produce, livestock and imported commodities.
It had been selected for its proximity to the other essential educational and capacity building service that would be needed for the communities.


PROBLEMS ANALYSIS

The members of the project are in dire need to develop them, but could not afford the provision of basic inputs. The major problem faced by the project and which it will try to address is the lack of the most appropriate agriculture inputs to restart normal production activities. These inputs include farm equipments, seeds, planting materials, and livestock for restocking of lost animals.


Other issues:-
-          Lack of the capacity to provide support service.
-          The neglect of the women in development activities.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

The overall objective of the project is in accordance with the Government Agricultural policy of increasing food production and diversification of the present farming system so as to attain sustainable food security.

SPECIAL OBJECTIVES

-          To Increase the production of crops so as to attain pre-war production        level
-          To raise livestock (small ruminant, and piggery).
-          To strengthen the productive capacity of the women members.
-          To create a sense of awareness for the women folk towards sustainable agriculture production.
-          To re-organize and strengthen the existing 5 villages.


ACTIVITIES

PAST ACTIVITIES

Since the formation of the project in 1987, the executives have engaged in concretizing and sensitizing the entire membership on their roles and active participation on rural development. This sensitization campaign culminated in the registration of the Five (5) villages with a total membership of 1,732.
In addition to the above, the project has embarked on food crops such as rice, cassava, sweet potato and vegetables.
The project has acquired 450 acres of land for food crop and livestock production.

PRESENT ACTIVITIES

Currently, the project is embarking on the introduction of a small livestock component (piggery and small ruminant) due to the rebels over Four hundred Fifty (450) bushels of seed rice moved by the project, were looted. The project only cultivated 35 acres of rice.

PLANNED ACTIVITIES

Depending on the availability of funds, the project intends to embark on the cultivation of 450 acres of major food crop and the raising of livestock (piggery and small ruminants).
In addition incoming generation scheme (Agro-processing) will be introduce so that the cassava produce by project members could be processed into high quality gari starch.


PROJECT SUPPORT DURATION

The project is soliciting assistance for a period of One (1) year. There after it will be in position to finance its operation from the revolving fund that will be established.

PROJECT BENEFICIARIES

The direct project beneficiaries would be the project members and their household members from the project village. A total of 1,732 women farmers and their families would benefit directly as follows:


DIRECT PROJECT BENEFICIARIES


SEX
DISTRIBUTION
AGE DISTRIBUTION (YEAR)
LOCATION

FEMALE

MALE

0-14 yrs
15-65 yrs
65+ yrs
Balia



Thokonba



Kerefay


Panlap


Mayambray


257



319



282


258


259
61



87



72


70


67
62



67



63


46


61
209



283



233


239


228
47



56



58


43


37

1,375
357
299
1,292
241



PROJECT METHODOLOGY

The methodology to be adopted by the project is the participatory approach. The Alisa Women’s Farming Project operates in this village. This village has three groups/ Associations. The project will operates a communal farm at the project headquarters at the same time distribute available inputs to the project beneficiaries. These inputs will be recovered and recycle to other beneficiaries until all project members are being serviced.

 FULFILLMENT OF THE PRIORITY NEEDS OF BENEFICIARIES:

 The major problem faced by the project and which the project will try to address is the lack of the most appropriate agricultural input to restart normal production activities. These inputs include farm equipment, seeds, planting materials, and livestock. Other priority areas to be addressed are:
-         Lack of the capacity to provide agricultural support services
-         The neglect of the women in development activities.

BENEFICIARIES PARTICIPATION AND CONTRIBUTION:

The project beneficiaries had participated in the identification and planning of the project. Since it deals with their economics well-being. During the implementation of the project, beneficiaries would contribute the:

-         Unskilled labor
-         Local materials (sticks, stones, sand etc.)
-         Land for the cultivation and construction of animal sheds.


IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

The under mentioned strategies will be carried out to achieve the set objectives:

  • -         Community mobilization and sensitization for the further understanding of the project.
  • -         Training of Alisa Women’s Farming Project executive and animators on the planning, implementation, monitoring and management of especially agricultural project.
  • -         Registration of targeted beneficiaries (Women in farming families within the operational communities).
  • -         Purchase and distribution of viable seeds. RIAP Lunsar and the trained executive of AWFP will ensure that certified seeds approved by the seed board are bought.
  • -         Provision of food for work to assist the farm families in the hunger period and protect the seeds from been eaten. RIAP Lunsar has a memorandum of understanding with Alisa Women’s Farming Project to supply food to every certified farmer who is involved in farming.
  • -         Purchase and distribution of livestock (pigs, sheep, Goat).
  • -         Supervision, monitoring, reporting and evaluation of project activities.


PROJECT SUSTAINABILITY:

It is expected that with the provision of finds, the project will be able to achieve its objectives. The maintenance of the project will enhance by two (2) types of account that will be established. In addition to these, the resurrect expenditure would be met from the revolving fund, after termination of donor fund this will enhance the project continuation after donor funding is terminated.

IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT:

The depletion of the forest and tree crop, due to demands for fuel wood and timber activities has increased run off and soil erosion especially on derived watersheds leading to loss of soil nutrients, situation of waterways and damaged to fisheries.
The Project when fully implement will try to embark on activities that will conserve the environment.

ROLE OF WOMEN

Women produce 60% of the food crop requirements and handle the processing of food crops such as rice, cassava and groundnut. In addition, women are responsible for food preparation, childcare, and house management, which influence their time and energy for agricultural activities.

Institutional involvement of women in the project area development is very minimal. There is the need to integrate them into mainstream development, which requires an expansion of the scope for knowledge and skills. There are many areas where women development programmed with varying objectives can be implemented such as this project.

PROJECT DUPLICABILITY:

This project when fully implemented will serve as a model/ pilot project, which will be replicated in other areas of the Chiefdom.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION:

The project members and community are responsible for monitoring project implementation and made necessary recommendations at general and executive meetings for effectives decision-making. Observations, field visit and group discussions will form part of the participatory monitoring methodology.

In addition to the above, specialized monitoring teams will be requested from the implementing agency RIAP to conduct in-depth project evaluation and to make necessary recommendations for better project implementation and replication.


INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY

The Alisa Women’s Farming Project has carried out similar project in the past in one or more of the operational communities there was a seed bank project which involved over Two thousand Five hundred and Sixty (2,560) bushels of husk rice and Eight hundred and Fifty-five (855) bushels of husk groundnut but was looted by the rebels

The use RIAP Lunsar as supervising agency and the training of Executives and Animators of BWFP will ensure an affective delivery system. The capacity of the institution will be developed to high level to able to handle management of the project.


DONOR AGENCY CONTRIBUTIONEQUIPMENT


NO
ITEMS
NO OF BENEFICIARIES
QUALITY
UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Tractor and accessories
1,732
1
225,000,000.00
225,000,000.00
2
Gari Processing Machine
1,732
2
4,500,000.00
9,000,000.00
3
Milling Machine
1,732
1
18,000,000.00
18,000,000.00
Sub total



Le 252,000,000.00

DONOR AGENCY’S CONTRIBUTION

CROP PRODUCTION

NO

ITEMS

NO OF BENEFICIARIES

QUANTITY PER VILLAGE

UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Rice
1,732
650 Bushels
30,000.00
19,500,000.00
2
Groundnut
1,732
650 Bushels
20,000.00
13,000,000.00
3
Cassava cotton
1,732
200 Bags
6,000.00
3,900,000.00

TOTAL




Le 36,400,000.00



 DONOR AGENCY’S CONTRIBUTION
BUDGET LINE ITEMLIVESTOCK PRODUCTION

NO

ITEMS

NO OF BENEFICIARIES
QUANTITY PER VILLAGE
UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Sheep
Female
Male

1,732

30
10

250,000
220,000

7,500,000
2,200,000
2
Goat
Nanny
He Goat
1,732

30
10

220,000
180,000

6,600,000
1,800,000
3
Pigs
Sow
Boar

1,732




30
10

175,000
160,000

5,250,000
1,600,000

TOTAL




24,950,000



 DONOR AGENCY’S CONTRIBUTION GRAIN STORE(BUILDING)

NO

ITEMS

QUANTITY

UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Corrugated Iron Sheets
15 bundles
300,000
4,500,000
2
Cement
320 bags
35,000
11,200,000
3
Timber: 1” x 12” x12’
85 Boards
14,000
1,190,000
4
Timber: 2” x 12” x 12’
40 Pieces
15,000
600,000
5
Timber: 3” x 4” x 12’
18 Pieces
13,000
2,340,000
6
Timber: 2” x 4’ x 12’
70 pieces
6,000
420,000
7
Timber: 2 x 3 x 12
65 pieces
2,700
175,000
8
M.S. rods: ½” x 38’
80 length
30,000
2,400,000
9
M.S. rods: ¼” x 38’
16 length
15,000
240,000
10
Roofing nails
60 packets
30,000
1,800,000
11
Head pans
6
18,000
108,000
12
Shovels
5 Shovels
45,000
225,000
13
Wheel barrows
3 rolls
100,000
300,000
14
Binding wires
1 roll
90,000
90,000
15
Double steel doors
1
350,000
350,000
16
Single steel doors
1
175,000
175,000
17
Window panes
30
4,000
120,000
18
Wire mesh
1 roll
75,000
75,000
19
Wire nails (Assorted)
250 packets
5,000
1,250,000
20
Tower bolts
4
40,000
160,000
21
Lockers
3
30,000
90,000
22
Paints (Assorted)
35 gallons
25,000
875,000
23
paint brushes (Assorted)
8
5,000
40,000

TOTAL



Le 28,723,000




DONOR AGENCY’S CONTRIBUTION PIG STY(BUILDING)

NO

ITEMS

QUANTITY

UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Corrugated Iron Sheets
12 bundles
300,000
3,600,000
2
Cement
250 bags
35,000
8,750,000
3
Timber: 1” x 12” x12’
60 Boards
14,000
840,000
4
Timber: 2” x 12” x 12’
30 Pieces
15,000
450,000
5
Timber: 3” x 4” x 12’
10 Pieces
13,000
130,000
6
Timber: 2” x 4’ x 12’
50 pieces
6,000
300,000
7
Timber: 2 x 3 x 12
40 pieces
2,700
108,000
8
M.S. rods: ½” x 38’
55 length
30,000
1,650,000
9
M.S. rods: ¼” x 38’
10 length
15,000
150,000
10
Roofing nails
40 packets
5,000
200,000
11
Head pans
6 Head pans
18,000
108,000
12
Shovels
5 Shovels
45,000
225,000
13
Wheel barrows
3 wheel barrows
100,000
300,000
14
Binding wires
1 roll
90,000
90,000
15
Double steel doors
2
250,000
500,000
16
Single steel doors
1
175,000
175,000
17
Window panes
12
4,000
48,000
18
Wire mesh
4 roll
75,000
300,000
19
Wire nails (Assorted)
150 packets
5,000
750,000
20
Tower bolts
4
40,000
160,000
21
Lockers
3
30,000
90,000
22
Paints (Assorted)
22 gallons
25,000
550,000
23
paint brushes (Assorted)
6
5,000
30,000

TOTAL



Le 19,354,000




NO

ITEMS

QUANTITY

UNIT COST IN LEONES
TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1

Transportation


Lump Sum

1,850,000
2

Labor


Lump Sum

2,900,000

TOTAL COST


 

4,750,000
DONOR AGENCY’S CONTRIBUTION
TRANSPORTATION AND LABOR COST



LOCAL CONTRIBUTION

NO


ITEMS

QUANTITY


UNIT COST IN LEONES

TOTAL COST IN LEONES
1
Land
850 acres
5,000
1,500,000.00
2
Sticks
14 dozen
10,000
500,000.00
3
Food for Work
Lump Sum
1,650,000
1,000,000.00
4
Sand
8 trips
80,000
640,000
5
Ball Stones
4 trips
70,000
280,000
6
Broken Stones
5 trips
60,000
300,000

TOTAL



Le 7,260,000



Project Budget Summary in Leones and Dollars

No
Items
Total cost in Leones
Donor Contribution In Leones
Local Contribution in Leones
1
Equipments
225,000,000
225,000,000

2
Crop Production
36,400,000
36,400,000

3
Livestock Production
19,370,000
19,370,000

4
Grain Store & Animal Shelter
48,077,000
48,077,000

5
Transportation
1,850,000
1,850,000

6
Labor
2,900,000
2,900,000

7
Local Contribution
7,260,000

7,260,000
8
Miscellaneous

1,500,000


TOTAL
Le 307,260,000
$ 102,420
Le 300,000,000
$ 100,000
Le 7,260,000
 $ 2,420



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  • We help you to recruit staff for your company, firm or organizations
  • We help you in registering your company, firm or organizations
  • Suppliers of any food stuffs
  • Building contractor (especially building houses, constructions of ponds)
  • Provides Architect for any design
  • Help you in getting loans
  • Sales of fingerlings, table size catfish, chicks, Grass-cutters, rabbits, snails, and many more
  • Farm design
  • Feed formulation for general livestock, including
  • Floating/Sinking Fish feed
  • Soybean oil processing, Teachings on how to test soybean cake,
  • Teaching on how to remove the gummy and unpleasant smell of soybean oil
  • Palm Oil/Palm nut cracking
  • Fish Farming (Pond Construction and Fingerlings distribution)
  • Poultry farm (plus marketing ideas)
  • Rabbit farming
  • Snail Farming
  • Grass-cutter/cane rat Farming
  • Commercial Crop Farming
  • Handwork/Workshop Plan
  • Pure Water Business
  • Nylon production
  • Professional Website design (cooperate and personal)
  • Bulk SMS (plus re-seller website)
  • Business Software Design
  • Logo design plus company slogan
  • Printing Press (Graphic design, lithography, banners, poster, handbills etc)
  • Sales of battery cage for livestock farming all over Nigeria
  • E-books on; Broilers farming, Layers farming, Grass-cutter farming, Rabbit farming, Pig farming, Catfish farming, and many more……
  • How to own, manage, and make millions from catfish production (Most demanded)
  • Projecting writing, Sales of written projects, and many more

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