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Decision -Approving the Scheme of linking production, processing, and consumption of agricultural products in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2019 - 2023 

THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE  OF LAM DONG PROVINCE

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM

Independence - Freedom - Happiness

No: 1551/QD-UBND

Lam Dong, July 18th, 2019

 

DECISION

Approving the Scheme of linking production, processing, and consumption of agricultural products in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2019 - 2023

 

THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE OF LAM DONG PROVINCE

 

Pursuant to the Law on Local Administration Organization dated June 19th, 2015;

Pursuant to Decree no. 98/2018/ND-CP by the Government dated July 5th, 2018 on policies to encourage cooperation and linking between production and consumption;

Pursuant to Resolution no. 05-NQ/TU dated November 11th, 2016 by the Party Committee of Lam Dong Province on comprehensive, sustainable, and modern agricultural development in the period of 2016-2020, with orientation to 2025;

Pursuant to Resolution no. 104/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 of the People's Council of Lam Dong Province approving the support policy to link the production and consumption of agricultural products in Lam Dong Province;

Pursuant to Decision No. 2105 / QD-UBND dated October 18th, 2018 of the People's Committee of the province approving agricultural commodities and products to be implemented policies on encouraging the cooperation and linking in production and consumption of products in the province;

At the proposal of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in Report no. 74/TTr-SNN dated April 19th, 2019 and the Department of Finance in Document no. 1111/STC-HCSN dated May 20th, 2019;

 

DECIDES

 

Article 1. Approving the Scheme of linking production, processing, and consumption of agricultural products in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2019 - 2023 with the following contents:

I. The situation on linking production and consumption of agricultural products in Lam Dong Province

1. Situation and results of implementation:

       By the end of 2018, the whole province had 278,154 ha of agricultural cultivation; 596,000 cattle in total, total meat output of about 100,000 tons; 77,000 tons of fresh milk output; 125 value chains with the participation of 75 businesses, 40 cooperatives, 42 cooperative groups, small establishments, and 13,140 farmer households; in which, 68 production and consumption chains were certified by domestic and international organizations for product quality in all stages from production, preliminary processing, processing, packaging to product consumption[1].

(Details of the results on the development of linking chains of production and consumption of agricultural products are provided in attached Appendix 1.2)

2. Problems and difficulties:

The majority of linking chains are small-scaled and not yet formed in each concentrated production region; the output of agricultural products consumed through affiliate contracts is still very low, not ensuring the sustainability in production and business.

The market for agricultural products is still uncertain and unstable; most farmers also produce spontaneously, following the market. Fake Lam Dong agricultural products for sale and consumption have not been prevented and thoroughly handled; although the brand building and development of Lam Dong agricultural products have been implemented, not many brands have been certified, resulting in low competitiveness of agricultural products, making it difficult to consume and export agricultural products to foreign markets.

Agricultural products produced in the province are aimed for export, but the rate of preliminary processing and processing of some key provincial products is still low, mainly for raw export; thus, the added value is low; technical barriers on licenses for breeds and technology, chemical residues, import regulations, etc. also hinder production and access to international markets.

The linking of production, purchasing, processing, preserving, and consumption of agricultural products in the province through businesses (especially large companies), cooperatives, cooperative groups, and people is still weak and limited.

Many agricultural products are specialties, which make up the brand of the province, and are losing competitive advantage as many localities invest in technology to produce and import from countries around the world.

II. Implementation subjects and scope

1. Subjects: Cooperatives, cooperative groups, businesses, purchasing and processing establishments and households engaging in agricultural production and trading.

2. Implementation location: In 12 districts and cities in the province.

III. Objectives

1. General objectives:

Promote linkage of production and consumption of agricultural products between farmers, businesses, and cooperatives to overcome the situation of fragmented and small-scale production and difficult quality management and consumption of agricultural products, improving product value, increasing income for people, contributing to achieving the growth target of the agricultural sector.

Improving the proportion of products produced by the value chain of purchasing, processing, preserving, and consuming agricultural products in the province to ensure the scale and quality of goods and economic efficiency and sustainability.

2. Specific objectives by 2023:

a) By 2023, the province will have had 200 production and consumption chains of agricultural products; in which: 89 new chains, 9 upgraded chains (120 provincial chains; 80 district and commune chains); ensured that each commune will have at least one link model for their key products; the total area of chain participation will have been 50,000 ha (accounting for 18% of the cultivated land, with the participation of 32,000 households, about 150 businesses and 50 cooperatives); agricultural products consumed through the chain will have reached 30% of the major agricultural output in the province.

b) All 100% of products in the chain are controlled on origin and quality, and preliminarily processed and processed; as for vegetables, at least 80% is preliminarily processed, and 20% processed by modern technology.

c) To issue 30 sets of standards on quality, models, and specifications of the province's key products.

d) To increase the proportion of contracted agricultural products to 50% of the province's agricultural output, thereby contributing to raising the average agricultural production value to 220 million VND/ha/year.

IV. Implementation content

1. Training to improve capacity on linking chains:

Training concerned organizations and individuals on management, mechanisms, policies, and the implementation process to ensure that the scheme is implemented promptly with high efficiency, specifically:

a) State agencies responsible for implementing the scheme (including People's Committees of districts and communes, district-level Project Evaluation Boards, and relevant departments, divisions, associations, and mass organizations): training on methods of building, managing, and controlling chains, documents, procedures, and order for the implementation of the State's support policies.

b) Consultancy agencies, businesses, cooperatives, cooperative groups, and farms:

- Actively study the contents of the Scheme: on mechanisms and policies to encourage cooperation and linking in production and consumption of farm produce and skills to form, manage, and operate chains (contents and requirements of the linking project, process of project implementation, process of operation and management of the linking chain, production and business plan, main content of the contract, process on controlling product quality and traceability, etc.)

- Participate fully in training sessions when State agencies organize in the area.

2. Building and upgrading agricultural production and consumption linking chains:

Supporting formation and upgrading, completing 98 linking chains of agricultural production and consumption in the province, including 37 linking chains at the provincial level and 61 district-level chains, specifically:

a) For vegetables: Forming 27 new chains and upgrading 3 linking chains of production and consumption of certified vegetables (Viet GAP, Global GAP, Organic); in which: 10 chains at provincial level and 20 at district and commune levels in the province's vegetable growing area (Da Lat City and districts: Lac Duong, Don Duong, Duc Trong, Lam Ha, and Dam Rong); by 2023, there will have been 92 linking chains of production and consumption of vegetables, corresponding to the area of 3,700 ha (accounting for 18% of the cultivated area), 2,500 households will have joined in the links, the consumption output through the chains will have reached 30-35% of the vegetable production in the whole province.

b) For flowers: Forming 8 new chains and upgrading 2 linking chains of production and consumption of flowers (3 chains at provincial level and 7 at district and commune levels); by 2023, there will have been 15 linking chains of flower production and consumption, corresponding to the area of 400 ha (accounting for 10% of the cultivated area), the number of households participating in the link will have reached 500 households, the consumption output through the chains will have reached 20- 25% of the flower production in the whole province.

c) For coffee: Forming 15 new linking chains of coffee production and consumption (6 chains at provincial level and 9 at district and commune levels); by 2023, there will have been 25 chains, corresponding to the area of 12,500 hectares (accounting for 7.2% of the cultivated area), the number of participating households will have been 9,030 households, the consumption output through the chains will have reached 25% of the coffee output in the whole province; at least 70% of the coffee area is cultivated according to safety standards, high quality and sustainability according to domestic and international regulations.

d) For tea: Forming 9 new certified linking chains of tea production and consumption (Viet GAP, Global GAP, Organic); in which: 6 chains at provincial level and 3 at district and commune levels; by 2023, there will have been 29 chains of tea production and consumption with an area of 2,100 ha (accounting for 17% of the production area), about 600 participating households, increasing the consumption rate through linking chains to 40% of the tea production of the province.

e) Fruit trees, nut trees (cashew, macadamia): Forming 11 new chains and upgrading 2 linking chains of production and consumption of fruit and nut trees; in which: 2 chains at provincial level and 11 at district and commune levels; by 2023, there will have been 15 chains of production and consumption of fruit and nut trees, with an area of 1,300 ha (accounting for 7.4% of production area), about 400 participating households, increasing the consumption rate through linking chains to 25% of the fruit and nut production of the province.

f) Rice: Forming 3 new linking chains of rice production and consumption at district and commune levels; by 2023, there will have been 7 chains of  rice production and consumption with 1,500 ha (accounting for 5.1% of the production area), about 1,000 participating households, increasing the consumption rate to 15% of the rice production of the province.

g) For livestock products (beef, dairy, pork): Forming 8 new chains, and upgrading 2 linking chains of production and consumption of livestock products; in which: 2 chains at provincial level and 8 at district and commune levels; by 2023, there will have been 20 chains of production and consumption of livestock products with about 3,500 participating households and an output of about 4,000-5,000 tons, increasing the consumption rate through the linking chains to 30-35% of the province's output.

h) For other products: integrating the funding of programs and schemes to support the forming of 5 chains of medicinal herb production and consumption and 3 chains of mulberry silk production and consumption.

(Details of the plan on the development of linking chains of production and consumption are provided in attached Appendix 3.4)

3. Trade promotion and setting up market information channel:

a) Trade promotion outside the province: Organizing trade promotion delegations visiting provinces with large consumption markets and regions which produce similar products with the province in order to plan regional cooperation and linking.

b) Setting up a market information channel on the Website of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on forecasting weather climate, production and food safety situation, prices of agricultural products and materials, export situation, market demand, and support policies related to production and consumption of agricultural products.

4. Developing criteria for production and development of Lam Dong agricultural products:

a) Developing and promulgating a set of criteria for 30 key agricultural products of the province; in particular, there are criteria for products that use the brand “Da Lat - miraculous product from healthy land” for management and helping businesses purchase, consumers recognize and understand the origin and value of each agricultural product.

b) Issuing 2,000 documents; introducing and promoting the brand “Da Lat - miraculous product from healthy land” on mass media.

c) Organizing delegations to participate in national farm produce fairs, promote trade and products, look for partners at fairs, research technology, and diversify products, markets, marketing and brand protection methods for the province's agricultural products.

5. Traceability and quality control:

a) Developing regional codes for planting 6 types of agricultural products associated with regions: Da Lat vegetables and flowers; Da Huoai durian ; Bao Loc and Bao Lam tea; Di Linh and Cau Dat coffee. Agricultural products of certified regions have packaging and trademarks associated with electronic retrieval by QR codes.

b) Quality control and food safety: Conducting inspections, sampling, monitoring of food safety of agricultural chains and quality using the trademark “Da Lat - miraculous product from healthy land”.

c) Controlling imported agricultural products: Inspecting establishments importing agricultural products into Lam Dong in terms of origin and quality associated with handling fake trademarks of agricultural products of the province.

V. Support mechanism from the State budget:

The invested State budget is to support 100% of the following contents: Training, trade promotion activities and establishment of market information channels, building product criteria and developing agricultural products of Lam Dong brand, traceability and quality control of agricultural products.

Developing and upgrading the chain of production - consumption of agricultural products in accordance with Decree no. 98/2018/ND-CP dated July 5th, 2018 of the Government on policies to encourage development of cooperation and linking in agricultural production and consumption, and Resolution no. 104/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 of the People's Council of Lam Dong Province.

VI. Funding for implementation of the Scheme

1. Total cost of implementing the Scheme for the period of 2019-2023: 270.175 billion VND, distributed in the following years:

- 2019: 61.831 billion VND;

- 2020: 52.141 billion VND;

- 2021: 52.311 billion VND;

- 2022: 51.861 billion VND;

- 2023: 52.031 billion VND.

2. Funding sources for implementation:

- State budget capital: 138.350 billion VND, accounting for 51.2% (including 25.000 billion VND from the provincial budget and capital sources for implementing the national target program on new rural construction (113.350 billion VND from the Central budget) and capital sources integrated from other programs and projects.

- Reciprocal capital from people, cooperative groups, cooperatives, and businesses: 131.825 billion VND, accounting for 48.8%.

(Details are in attached Appendix 5, 6, 7)

VII. Solutions

1. Solution on propaganda:

a) Continue to organize propaganda and raise awareness to all citizens about the benefits and responsibilities when participating in linking and cooperation in production, processing, preservation, and consumption of agricultural products.

b) Develop and implement an informational, propaganda, and dissemination plan on methods and conditions for registration to host the implementation of linking projects and the State's support policies on forming and developing the links in production and consumption of agricultural products.

c) Mobilize businesses and farmers to become members of the linking chains at each stage (from the supply of input materials to production, purchasing, preliminary processing, processing and consumption of products according to standards and technical process) to create quality, safe, and highly competitive products.

2. Solutions on investment capital:

a) Using non-business capital of the National Target Program on new rural construction to invest in forming linking projects in order to support the development of linking production in the value chain, making a real contribution to criteria 13 in new rural construction.

b) Allocate funding from other agricultural programs and projects to invest directly into the Scheme. At the same time, integrate funding sources from other programs and projects, including: Sustainable development of sericulture industry in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2919-2023, Development of dairy farming in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2016-2020; Developing high-yield beef cattle in Lam Dong Province in the period of 2016-2020 to build linking chains of production and consumption of products for mulberry, beef, and dairy cows.

c) Mobilize capital from businesses, cooperatives, and people to participate in linking chains of production and consumption of agricultural products in the province.

3. Solutions on application of science, techniques, and technology:

a) Access and invest in improvement and application of new and effective technologies from production, preliminary processing, processing, quality control to shipment and consumption of products; especially focus on high technology applications, smart agriculture 4.0, and organic agriculture in production, traceability, and consumption of products.

b) Synchronously apply technical solutions in production, preliminary processing, and processing. Strengthen agricultural extension and technical transfer in cultivation, breeding, harvest, and post-harvest preservation to ensure the criteria of hi-tech agricultural production; transfer to certified livestock production (GAP, GAHP, UTZ, 4 c, Organic, HACCP, etc.)

c) Focus on the application of information technology in the management of production and consumption, especially in product advertising, information, and introduction, and improve methods of sale through online markets, agricultural auctions, etc.

4. Solutions on State management:

a) Support the development of production in value chains, encourage the development of the most diverse forms of cooperation and linking which are especially between farmers and businesses and cooperatives, to form competitive value chains and expand consumption markets of important commodities and products according to Decision no. 2105/QD-UBND dated October 18th, 2018 of the People's Committee of the province. Perform synchronously and effectively Resolution no. 104/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 of the People's Council of the province and Decree no. 98/2018/ND-CP dated July 5th, 2018 of the Government on policies to encourage cooperation and linking in production and consumption.

b) Attract and facilitate businesses which are capable of investing in agricultural development and linking in production, purchasing, processing, preserving, consuming products, and especially exporting through implementing Resolution no.112/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 of the People's Council of the province and Decree no. 57/2018/ND-CP dated April 17th, 2018 on mechanisms and policies to encourage businesses to invest in agriculture and rural areas.

c) Issue a list of key provincial products to attract businesses to invest in rural agriculture.

d) Strictly perform the State management of: agricultural supplies (seedlings, fertilizers, pesticides, veterinary drugs, animal feeds, aquatic products); food safety and hygiene; inspection, control, traceability, and quality of agricultural products.

VIII. Implementation organization

1. Department of Agriculture and Rural Development:

a) To be a standing agency, coordinate with relevant departments, agencies, People's Committees of districts and cities to organize the implementation of programs and periodically report; to assist the People's Committee of the province in managing, monitoring and urging departments, agencies, and localities to implement this Scheme.

b) Annually advise the People's Committee of the province on approving the list of the province's projects; based on the approved list, prepare the projects' files and submit to the People's Committee for approval and to the host agency to organize the implementation according to regulations.

c) Actively advise, propose, and implement mechanisms, policies, schemes, and projects related to developing links in production, processing, and consumption of agricultural products in order to attract resources to invest and promote the sustainable development of agricultural production, creating a strong change in the direction of exporting agricultural products.

2. Department of Industry and Trade:

a) To support the formation and expansion of the model of a post-harvest center and a flower trading center. To guide, examine, and inspect individuals and establishments trading agricultural products and the use of registered trademarks.

b) To support to promote and develop the registered trademarks and the trademark "Da Lat - miraculous product from healthy land".

3. Department of Finance: allocate capital and funds to implement the Scheme according to the contents, tasks, and investment phases that have been approved by the People's Committee to boost the consumption of agricultural products.

4. Department of Planning and Investment: Effectively implement Resolution no. 104/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 and Resolution no. 112/2018/NQ-HDND dated December 13th, 2018 of the People's Council on policies to attract investment in agriculture and rural areas in order to attract businesses to invest in agricultural production, especially for projects on purchasing and processing agricultural products.

5. Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion Center: Host and coordinate with departments, branches, and localities to organize trade fairs and exhibitions; conduct trade promotion activities in order to promote brands and boost the consumption of agricultural products in the province.

6. Relevant departments and branches base themselves on their functions and tasks to direct the implementation of the Scheme's contents and solutions in the province.

7. People's Committees of districts and Da Lat and Bao Loc Cities:

a) Based on the approved Scheme; annually register the project list, direct specialized agencies to elaborate project documents, approve explanations and units in charge of implementation in their respective localities according to their decentralized competence.

b) To balance local budgets and incorporate capital sources of socio-economic development programs and projects in the locality in order to timely and effectively boost linking chains.

Article 2. Chiefs of Offices of National Assembly Delegation, People's Council, and People's Committee, Directors of Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development, Finance, Planning and Investment, Industry and Trade, Science and Technology; Chairmen of People's Committees of districts and cities, and heads of relevant agencies and units base on this Decision for implementation from the date of signing./.

 

Recipients:

- Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development;

- Standing members of the Provincial Committee and the Province People’s Council;

- Chairman and Vice Chairmen of the Province People’s Committee;

- As Article 2;

- Head of Office of the PPC;

- Lam Dong Central Gazette;

- Archived: VT, NN.

ON BEHALF OF THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE

ON BEHALF OF THE CHAIRMAN

VICE CHAIRMAN

(Signed and sealed)

Pham S

 

 



[1] There are 65 linking chains of vegetable production and consumption (accounting for 8.2% of total output); 07 chains of flower production and consumption (accounting for 1.77% of the total output); 10 chains of coffee production and consumption (accounting for 10.18% of total output); 20 chains of tea production and consumption (accounting for 17.23% of total output); 04 chains of fruit production and consumption (accounting for 2.7% of total output); 04 chains of rice production and consumption (accounting for 2.9% of total output); 05 chains of manufacturing and consuming medicinal herbs (accounting for 34.8% of total output); 03 chains of dairy products' production and consumption (accounting for 97% of total output); 06 chains of pork production and consumption (accounting for 30.64% of total output), 01 chain of chicken production and consumption (accounting for 13.1% of total output), 01 chain of chicken egg production and consumption (accounting for 12.1% of total output); 01 chain of cold water fish production and consumption (accounting for 96% of total output). Other types of agricultural products such as beef, mulberry, cashew, cocoa, pepper, etc. have not formed linking production in value chains.

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