VOTE 43 MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE FOOD SECURITY AND COOPERATIVES

					                    THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA




             AGRICULTURAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
                                (ASDP)




        CONSOLIDATED 4TH QUARTER PROGRESS REPORT
                          2009/2010




July, 2010
                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.    Executive Summary                                          1


2     LGAs -Local level Component - DADPs Implementation         21

3.    Vote 43: Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and         26
      Cooperatives MAFC)

4.    Vote 99: Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries   37
      (MLDF)

5.    Vote 44: Ministry of Industry Trade and Marketing          51
      (MITM)

6.    Vote 49: Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MoWI)           54

7.    Vote 56: Prime Ministers Office Regional Administration    60
      and Local Government (PMO-RALG)



8.    Annex 1: MAFC                                              64

9.    Annex 2: MoWI                                              93

10.   Annex 3 : MITM                                             97

11.   Annex 4: PMO-RALG                                          104

12.   Annex 5: MLDF                                              109




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ASDP PROGRESS REPORT FOR 4TH QUARTER FOR FY 2009/10


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


1.    Introduction


During the financial year 2009/2010, implementation of the Agricultural
Sector Development Programme (ASDP) continued to be funded through
Basket Fund, ongoing projects and General Budget Support (GBS). The
programme implementation is coordinated through the Agricultural Sector
Lead Ministries (ASLMs). The ASLMs approved to spend a total of TShs.
399,584,240,700 in FY 2009/10 out of which TShs. 226,127,027,000 was for
development expenditure (TShs. 30,535,216,000 local and TShs.
195,591,811,000 foreign) and TShs. 173,457,213,700 for recurrent
expenditure.

Of the total development expenditure, TShs. 140,854,520,842 was for the
implementation of ASDP through Basket Fund and the remaining TShs.
85,272,506,158 was for implementing ongoing projects, which are
implementing the programme through the District Agricultural Development
Plans (DADPs) and Village Agricultural Development Plans (VADPs). Of the
total ASDP Basket Fund Budget, TShs. 54,678,454,842 was for the
implementation of the ASDP National Level Component and TShs.
83,554,066,000 for the implementation of DADPs. TShs. 2,622,000,000 was
for coordination and supervision of DADPs at Regional Secretariats.
Activities planned for implementation during the year were aimed at
enhancing agricultural production and productivity and improving access to
market for agricultural products.

2.    Physical Progress

2.1 Overall Assessment of the Performance and Implementation status

Individual progress reports from ASLMs and LGAs indicated that the overall
physical performance in the fourth quarter was good. Major planned
interventions were achieved during the period under review through
implementation of planned activities using both development budget and
Other Charges (OC).
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 2.2 Achievements of set Targets

 2.2.1 Local Level

 The planned targets focused on improving productivity of crops and livestock
 to 132 LGAs through:

          Improved productive and marketing infrastructure
      Improved farm implements for efficient farm operation
      Improved animal health infrastructure
      Improved extension service delivery systems
      Improved capacity for farmers and extension staff
 A summary of cumulative financial and physical progress made under the
 sub-component for the period under review is as follows:
A        Implementation of the District Agricultural Development Plans (DADPs)
A1       LOCAL INVESTMENT
i        Annual Target:              Production of crops and livestock increased through
                                     improvement in productive, marketing infrastructure
                                     and farm implements

         Overall Performance            Remarkable progress was made in the development of
                                        productive and marketing infrastructures including:
                                        irrigation, charcoal dams, marketing infrastructures
                                        (bridges, storage structures, livestock markets and
                                        processing equipment) which have a bearing on
                                        increased production of crop and livestock.

         Planned Interventions                        Cumulative achievements
         Farm level infrastructures         16,812 Ha (20%) in existing irrigation schemes
         Constructed              and        provided with improved on-farm irrigation
         rehabilitated to enhance            infrastructure for enhanced on-farm water
         agricultural    productivity        management out of planned 82,657 Ha
         and access to the market           168 irrigation pumps supported to farmers out
                                             of the planned 392 pumps

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                                      36 (88%) charco dams constructed out of 41
                                       planned
                                      38 (58%) crop markets constructed out of 65
                                       planned
                                      66 (52%) storage structures constructed out of
                                       127 planned
                                      36 pulperies procured out of 36; 57 (71%) oil
                                       extracting machines out of 80 planned
                                      29 Primary livestock Markets constructed
                                      14 slaughter houses and 4 slaughter slabs were
                                       constructed
                                      4 milk collection centres constructed out of 6
                                       planned
                                      12 bridges and 84 km of feeder roads
                                       constructed to improve market access
                                      1,274 (81%) power tillers supported to farmers
                                       out of 1576 planned
                                      24 tractors supported to farmers out of 33
                                       planned
                                      16,634 cattle were inseminated and 100
                                       improved bulls and 8,335 cockerels were
                                       procured and distributed to livestock keepers to
                                       improve livestock genetic potential

ii   Annual Target                Cattle mortality due to livestock diseases reduced
                                  through improved health services
     Overall Performance          Improvement of disease control infrastructures
                                  particularly livestock dip tanks and vaccinations were
                                  made in livestock producing areas.
     Planned Interventions         Cumulative achievements
     Livestock healthy services       80 cattle dip tanks out of 113 planned been
     improved           through          constructed /rehabilitated
     rehabilitation         and       15 veterinary rehabilitated
     construction    of     key       6,094,999 animals were vaccinated against
     structures                          various diseases

A2   LOCAL AGRICULTURAL SERVICES
i    Annual Target       Adoption of improved farm technologies increased
                         through strengthening of extension delivery
                         systems
     Overall Performance There has been an increased proportion of smallholder
                         households using improved farm technologies


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                               (improved seeds, chemical fertilizers, improved
                               livestock breeds) through FFS approach and farmers
                               groups.
     Planned Interventions     Cumulative achievements
     Extension delivery system  115,496 (44%) farmers out of 259,869 targeted
     strengthened                  were trained on improved crop production,
                                18,356 (16%) livestock keepers out of 116,750
                                   were trained on improved livestock production,
                                4,014 (78%) out of 5,165 were trained on
                                   Marketing and processing
                                18,754 Farmers Field School used and 200
                                   demonstration plots established
                                9 oxenisation centres procured out of 22 planned
                                   for farmers practical training
                                88 Ward Agricultural Resource Centres were
                                   constructed to increase accessibility of information
                                   and facilitate training of farmers

A3   LOCAL CAPACITY BUILDING
i    Annual Target        Capacity for farmers and extension staff improved through
                                  provision of training and working gears
     Overall Performance        Farmers access to agricultural and livestock extension
                                delivery services and the capacity of extension staff
                                have been improved through training and provision of
                                working gears.
     Planned Interventions      Cumulative achievements
     Farmers productive groups  4,294 extension staff received short courses on
     strengthened and skills of     improved crop production (981), improved
     extension staff improved       Livestock production (340), marketing and
                                    processing skills (429) and 5,463 in other aspects
                                 4 vehicles, 13,853 motorcycles, 40 bicycles
                                    procured to ensure smooth running of activities
                                 19 DALDOs offices and 15 extension house were
                                    rehabilitated
                                 22,623 SACCOS members were trained on groups
                                    formation, constitution arrangement, establishment
                                    and management of SACCOS and record keeping




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2.2.2 National component

National level component is implementing five subcomponents namely;
ASDP Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation; Agricultural Services;
Agricultural   Marketing    and    Private   Sector   Development;     Irrigation
Development and Food Security. Achievements made against the planned
targets during the quarter under review are as follows:

B      National level component implementation
B1     ASDP Coordination, Monitoring & Evaluation

       Annual Target:               Agricultural Sector Development Programme
                                    coordination mechanism strengthened by 2010.

       Overall Performance           Improved ASDP coordination among stakeholders
                                      through advocacy, agricultural sector consultative
                                      forum, Basket Fund Steering Committee,
                                      Committee of Directors and Thematic Working
                                      Groups
                                     Improved information flow for program
                                      implementation at national, regional and district
                                      level through M&E framework and LGAs
                                      backstopping by NFT

       Planned Interventions                 Cumulative achievements
       ASDP Monitoring and  Local Government Monitoring Database version 2
       Evaluation     Framework   (LGMD2) developed and disseminated to all LGAs
       strengthened               and Regional Secretariat (RS) through regional
                                  workshops;
                                 Standard formats for VAEO/WAEO and integrated
                                  data collection format developed in collaboration
                                  with the pilot LGAs;
                                 3 staff in each LGA and 2 in each RS were trained
                                  on the standard formats for village and ward,
                                  district and LGMD2 database.
                                 The training manual for VAEO/WAEO formats,
                                  district format, and LGMD2 database were prepared
                                  and disseminated to all LGAs and RS.

       LGAs capacity building in    DFT and WFT trained in all 132 LGAs on community

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      DADPs planning and            investment project preparation in order to improve the
      implementation strengthen     quality of DADPs for FY 2010/2011

      ASDP communication and         24 TV Programmes prepared and aired; 27 success
      advocacy supported              stories on ASDP published;
                                     Preparation of communication and knowledge
                                      management strategy of ASDP was facilitated;

B2.   Agricultural Services

      Annual Target                 An effective institutional framework (CORDEMA)
                                    and Research Fund (ZARDEF) established and
                                    operationalised

      Overall Performance         Client orientation of research conducted increased
                                   by 40%.
                                  Number of on farm participatory research projects
                                   increased by 30%
      Planned Interventions                   Cumulative achievements
      To operationalise    Zonal  ZARDEF Committees approved 59 new projects in
      Agricultural and livestock   7 agricultural research zones making a total of 123
      Research and Development     research projects approved and 4 quarterly research
      Fund (ZARDEF)                meetings (ZSC and ZaTC) for all zones were
                                   conducted;
                                  43 livestock research projects (ZARDEF) on
                                   appropriate technologies and solution to Farmer
                                   problems are going on in all 7 zones
                                  11 livestock research plans were prepared of which
                                   7 dealt with milk, meat, goats and ships, chicken,
                                   pig and animal resources and 4 deal with ticks and
                                   warms borne diseases, zoonotic diseases, epidemic
                                   diseases and various vaccines.

      To      conduct      strategic  20 strategic research projects were implemented in
      research on -farm for            7 agricultural research zones and their findings
      adaptation and adoption by       include; recommendations on the control of wild
      clients in 7 zones by 2010       weeds using mixture of chemicals for rice growing
                                       areas as well as the appropriate rate of Minjingu and
                                       nitrogenous fertilizer that have shown to increase
                                       maize yield from 1.5 to 4.0 t/ha in soils with low
                                       Phosphorus and low acid.
                                      10 strategic livestock research were implemented in
                                       7 agricultural research zones focusing on improving

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                                the livestock productivity (milk and meat) such as
                                increasing carcass weight of indigenous breed from
                                250 kgs to 450 kgs at the age of 4yrs. (Current
                                results shows that it has reached 400kgs at the age
                                of 4yrs).
                               Milk production of indigenous cattle increased from
                                0.5 ltr to 4 ltr per day. (current has increased to 2.5
                                ltrs per day)
                               Calving interval has been reduced from 24 months
                                to 20 months while calving rates of cattle has
                                increased from 40% to 66%.

Annual Target                 Use of modern and appropriate farm machinery,
                              agro processing and renewable energy technologies
                              introduced
Overall performance           Awareness of farmers on the advantages of
                              conservation agriculture over conventional practices
                              increased by 30% resulting into increased adoption in
                              the use of the techniques.
Planned Interventions                        Cumulative achievements
To introduce and support       24 Farmer Field Schools on the use of conservation
participatory   use      of       agriculture implements with a total of 414 farmers
conservation    agriculture       were established in Moshi, Meru, Kilindi, Babati
implements in 15 LGAs by          and Karatu.
June 2010

Annual Target                 Agricultural technologies on seed and crop
                              production promoted and disseminated to LGAs
                              and other stakeholders by June 2010
Overall Performance            Access of farmers to improved quality planting
                                  materials increased by 15%
                               Increased Public Private Partnership in delivery of
                                  extension services. There has been increased
                                  numbers of contracts by LGAs that were offered to
                                  private sector.
                               Networking in delivery of extension messages has
                                  improved
Planned Interventions                        Cumulative achievements
To support production and     Mpiji orchard has been equipped with necessary tools
multiplication of mango       including; irrigation infrastructures, shade-net and
seedlings, oilseeds and       300,000 grafted mango seedling were raised and
cassava planting materials    maintained;
and      dissemination of


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     appropriate technologies to
     LGAs annually
     To train 75 private ASPs       75 private Agricultural Service Providers (ASPs)
     and 118 LGA staff on            and 118 LGA staff were trained on contracting out
     contracting of extension.       the provision of extension services delivery. The
     Training to be conducted at     training was conducted at two centres- Mwanza and
     two centers- Mwanza and         Dodoma;
     Dodoma.                        Agricultural extension networking activities aimed
                                     at improving extension service delivery have been
                                     initiated with MVIWATA and MFEC-Tarime.
     To support 7 ZIELUs to         ToT on FFS was conducted to 89 staff from 81
     conduct linkage activities in   LGAs, 3 staff from Extension HQ, 3 ZIELOs
     their zones.                    Northern and Central Zones, 1 from ATTC Themi
                                     and RAA from Dodoma.
                                    19 Livestock Farmer Field School were established
                                     in Hanang, Simanjiro, Kiteto, Longido, Monduli,
                                     Ngorongoro, Mvomero, Handeni, Manyoni and
                                     Kilindi on poultry farming, animal husbandry, milk
                                     handling and disease control. A total of 3,495
                                     livestock farmers attended these LFFS.

B3   Plant and Animal Health Services
     Annual Target             Outbreak pests (red locust, quelea birds,
                               armyworm, rodents and elegant grasshopper)
                               controlled by 2012
     Overall Performance       Pre harvest losses have been reduced due to timely
                               control of outbreaks of crop pests and diseases that
                               would have caused great loss of production.

     Planned Interventions                     Cumulative achievements
     To conduct surveys and        Control of armyworms outbreak has been conducted
     effect control of outbreak     in 14 regions of Mtwara, Lindi, Pwani, Mbeya,
     pests                          Iringa, Morogoro and Dodoma regions. Other
                                    regions include Singida, Tabora, Shinyanga,
                                    Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Tanga regions.
                                   Control of Quelea quelea covering about 1,370
                                    hectares were conducted in Mara, Mwanza,
                                    Shinyanga, Tabora, Singida, Dodoma, Morogoro
                                    and Mbeya regions.

     Annual Target                Capacity for timely control of transboundary
                                  animal diseases strengthened by June 2011



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     Overall Performance          The CBPP disease in the Southern Zone has been
                                  controlled. Out of the 24,000 sample collected and
                                  tested only 5 samples (0.02%) was positive. While the
                                  surveillance reporting has increased from 40% to 70%
                                  in the Lake and Northern Zones, respectively.
     Planned Interventions                      Cumulative achievements

     Implement CBPP Rollback 3 million doses of CBPP vaccine procured and
     vaccination Annually    2,445,860 cattle vaccinated against CBPP under the
                             Rollback Plan up to June, 2010;

     Implement         Livestock  313,950 doses of Anthrax vaccine; 271,400 doses of
     disease Control Strategy for   Black Quarter vaccine and 82,221,000 doses of I2
     livestock Disease by June      vaccine of New Castle Disease were produced at
     2011                           Central Veterinary Laboratory (CVL) Temeke;
                                   500,000 doses of RVF vaccine have been procured
                                    and distributed to LGAs; a total of 100,000 doses of
                                    Rabies vaccine have been procured by FAO and
                                    distributed to 24 districts of 5 regions of Dar es
                                    Salaam, Coast, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara. Also
                                    50,000 doses of Rabies procured by the
                                    Government and distributed to LGAs
                                   Use of digital pen technology in disease reporting is
                                    being used by the districts of Dodoma, Hai,
                                    Ngorongoro, Monduli, Same, Misenyi, Kyela,
                                    Tarime, and Serengeti where disease date collection
                                    has improved from 40% to 70%.

B4   Irrigation Development

     Annual Target:              Area under irrigation expanded from 310,745
                                 hectares to 338,471 hectares in 7 irrigation Zones by
                                 June 2011.
     Overall Achievement         The developed irrigation area was 20,745 Hectares
                                 equivalent to 75% of the annual planned target. In
                                 addition to this achievement, the farming seasons
                                 increased from one to two and cropping intensity from
                                 100 to 300 percent and more farmers got access of
                                 irrigated agriculture.
     Planned Interventions                       Cumulative achievements
     To undertake technical  A total of 45 schemes which cover 20,745 hectares
     facilitation   of    scheme     implemented during this financial year by
     rehabilitation    for    39     rehabilitating     and   constructing    irrigation


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     ongoing schemes to cover     infrastructures. The overall achievement reached
     24,076 hectares and 28       75% of the annual planned target.
     flood destroyed schemes in  The total area under irrigation had increased from
     7 irrigation                 310,745 ha June 2009 to 331,490 hectares in June
                                  2010.

     To undertake Facilitation        Construction works for 6 dams were in various stages.
     for Construction of     8       The dams include Msoga (Bagamoyo District) in
     Small Scale Dams To             Morogoro zone was completed; Misozwe in
     Cover 3,500 Hectares in 3       Kilimanjaro zone (Muheza District) reached 50% .
     Zones By 2010                   Construction works for the dam of Ulyanyama (200 Ha
                                     Sikonge District) was also completed and now on-farm
                                     irrigation infrastructure construction are underway. As
                                     regards construction works for the dam of Kahama
                                     Nkhalanga in (Nzega District) overall progress reached
                                     30% while Itumbiko dam in (Kibondo District) Tabora
                                     zone completed and Budushi dam (Nzega) is also
                                     completed. However, during the quarter 2 dams of
                                     Kasese (Sumbawanga) and Mwamapuli (Sumbawanga)
                                     started to be implemeted

     To prepare technical studies    Feasibility studies for 65 irrigation schemes covering a
     and designs, Tender biding      total area under irrigation of 143,040 hectares has been
     documents        of        50   undertaken and are in different stages.
     smallholder schemes to
     cover 160,000 hectares in 7
     Irrigation Zones Annually.
     To Build capacity by            A total of 30 irrigation technical staffs and 510 farmers
     Training      50 Irrigation     were trained in Appropriate Irrigation Technology and
     Technical      Staffs     On    water management practices both in country and
     Appropriate        Irrigation   abroad.
     Technologies And 300
     farmers       on        water
     management by 2010

B5   Strengthening Marketing and Private Sector Development

     Annual Target                   Enabling policy, legal and regulatory framework
                                     improved by 2012
     Overall performance              Border markets identified in all border regions.
                                      4 stations for quality inspection have been
                                       established.
                                      The use of Warehouse Receipt System has been


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                               extended from one crop in 2007/08 to five crops in
                               2009/10 and farmers received better prices.
Planed interventions         Cumulative achievements
EAC and other regional        Border markets survey conducted in all border
agriculture marketing          markets in Mtwara, Ruvuma, Mbeya, Rukwa,
related standards,             Kigoma, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Tanga Regions and
certification, SPS, HACCP,     Strategic border markets in all border districts
MRL, traceability              identified. TBS has opened offices in Horohoro,
facilitated by June, 2010      Tanga port, Holili and Sirari to strengthen quality
                               inspection of imported goods.
Measures to adress adverse  Proposals for developing strategic border markets in
effects of public              Kagera and Mara Regions for the border Districts of
interventions in marketing     Misenyi, Karagwe, Ngara, Tarime and Rorya has
undertaken by June, 2010       been prepared. Development of these markets to be
(eg strategic grain            done through DASIP and other initiatives.
reserve,export ban in         Business community/groups in Tunduma, Kyela,
grain/livestock and cross-     Sirari, Shirati, Mtukula sensitised in registration and
border trade)                  formalisation of trade.
Commodity marketing           The performance of Warehouse Receipt System
performance of WRS and         during 2009/10 marketing season for sunflower,
Contract Farming               coffee, maize, paddy and cashew nut improved in
monitored and evaluated by     terms of price received to farmers.
June, 2010                    Preparations to introduce the use of Warehouse
                               Receipt System in simsim in Lindi Region finalised.
                               Standards for the crop that will be used during crop
                               buying season established by TBS.
                              A strategy to introduce Warehouse Receipt System
                               for Coffee in Kagera region prepared.
Annual Target                Trade and marketing information systems
                             improved by 2012
Overall performance           The collection of market information for crops has
                               been increased from 93 district markets in 2008/09 to
                               107 in 2009/10 and for livestock primary markets
                               increased from 46 in 2008/09 to 52 in 2009/10
                              107 Market Monitors and 154 Trade Officers trained.
Planed interventions         Cumulative achievements
Market information service  Whole sale and retail price information for major
delivery (domestic, regional   food crops and agricultural inputs from 107 markets
and international market       were collected, processed and disseminated to various
intelligence) collected,       stakeholders.
processed and disseminated  Livestock market information from 52 livestock
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                                     to stakeholders through newspapers, website and
                                     SMS.
                                    261 Market monitors (crop and livestock) and Trade
                                     Officers were trained on collection, analysis and
                                     dissemination of market information. In addition,
                                     trainees were provided with working gears.
                                    Regional and preferential Market information were
                                     prepared and disseminated to stakeholders.

B6.     Physical achievements made through Other Charges and On going projects

            Annual Target           Access to agricultural and livestock inputs improved
                                    to farmers by 2012
         Overall Performance         Increased farmers’ access to fertilizers and
                                        improved seeds through smart targeted input
                                        support. A total of 1,500,000 farmers were
                                        provided with fertilizers and seeds through
                                        voucher scheme compared to 737,000 farmers
                                        supported in year 2008/09. Due to the voucher
                                        scheme, production of food is estimated to
                                        increase from 10.8 million mts produced in year
                                        2008/09 to 12.8 million mts estimated to be
                                        produced in year 2009/2010 against food
                                        requirement of 11.4 million mts.

      Planned interventions                      Cumulative achievements

      Availability and utilization of  A total of 150,000 MT of fertilizer (100% of the
      improved seeds increase,          targeted amount) including       75,000 MT of
      fertilizers   and     livestock   phosphate and 75,000 MT of UREA under smart
      inputs increased through          targeted support program were distributed to
      targeted subsidy                  1,500,000 farmers in 20 regions of Iringa, Mbeya,
                                        Rukwa, Ruvuma, Arusha, Morogoro, Kilimanjaro,
                                        Kigoma, Manyara,Tabora (Sikonge, Urambo and
                                        Igunga); Mara ( Tarime, Serengeti and Bunda
                                        districts);   Shinyanga (Kahama and Bukombe
                                        districts); Kagera (Chato and Karagwe districts);
                                        Mwanza (Geita and Sengerema districts); Mtwara
                                        (Mtwara district); Lindi (Lindi district); Tanga
                                        (Korogwe, Lushoto and Muheza districts);
                                        Dodoma (Mpwapwa and Bahi districts); Pwani
                                        (Bagamoyo district); and Singida (Singida and
                                        Manyoni districts).


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                              A total of 15,150 MT (96.5% of the targeted
                               amount) of improved seed of maize and paddy
                               were distributed to 1,500,000 farmers in 20
                               regions under support program. Also 290 MT of
                               sorghum and 85.4 MT of sunflower seed were
                               distributed to 121,011 farmers of Singida
                               (Sunflower); Dodoma; Mara; Shinyanga; Mwanza
                               and Tabora (Sorghum) under subsidy program
                               without using voucher scheme. A total of 2,702
                               Rural Agro-dealers were trained by Citizen
                               Network for Foreign Affairs (CNFA) on inputs
                               business and safe handling of agricultural inputs.
                               Agricultural Seed Agency (ASA) also produced a
                               total of 918 mts of improved seeds through
                               National seed farms, JKT and Magereza against
                               1,500 mts targeted.
                              A total of 3,075,000 vouchers for cotton seeds
                               (1,537,500) and acrepacks (1,537,500) were
                               printed and distributed in 10 regions namely,
                               Shinyanga (1,937,930), Mara (274,000), Kigoma
                               (8,970), Manyara (3,726), Mwanza (576,708),
                               Singida (44,140), Tabora (201,880), Iringa (270),
                               Morogoro (23,515) and Coast (3,864);
                              A total of 11,500,000 tea seedlings equivalent to
                               95.8 percent of the target of 12,000,000 were
                               produced. In addition, a total of 10,400,000 coffee
                               seedlings were produced and distributed to farmers
                               equivalent to 80 percent of the target of
                               13,000,000 seedlings.

Coordinate             the    Bahi, Chamwino, Kondoa and Kiteto District
implementation of Health       Councils which are implementing Health and
and Water components under     Water components under ASDP-L funded by
ASDP-L funded by BSF           BFFS were monitored/ supervised. A total of
                               14,400 leaflets printed and distributed, 833 latrine
                               slabs were produced, 9 deep boreholes were
                               constructed and a total 996 community workers
                               were trained.

                             The Mid Term Review in progress to be completed by
                             30th April, 2010.




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Capacity for timely control of     6 Meat Inspectors from Songea, Temeke,
transboundary          animal       Shinyanga, Mwanza, Morogoro, and Mbeya Local
diseases strengthened by            Authorities attended six months training in
June 2011                           Botswana.
                                   23 meat Inspectors from the Lake zone received
                                    short course training.
                                   3.5 million doses of PPR vaccine under FAO TCP
                                    distributed to Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and
                                    Tanga regions. A total of 1, 820,276 goats and
                                    sheep vaccinated up to May 2010 and vaccination
                                    is ongoing.
                                  Training on diseases risk mapping conducted to 12
                                     staff. Also training on PPR diagnosis conducted to
                                     10 VIC staff. VIC Mwanza and Arusha started the
                                     use of digital pen technology in disease
                                     surveillance and reporting.
                                  Use of Digital pen technology in disease reporting
                                     is being used by the districts of Dodoma, Hai,
                                     Ngorongoro, Monduli, Same, Misenyi, Kyela,
                                     Tarime, and Serengeti where disease data
                                     collection has improved from 40% to 70%.
                                  A total of 2,500 samples were analyzed for Avian
                                     Flu and were negative. Also educational materials
                                     that included 10,000 leaflets, 15,000 posters and
                                     10,000 pamphlets were prepared and circulated
                                     countrywide.

Zoonotic Diseases Timely  500,000 doses of RVF vaccine procured and
Controlled By June 2012    distributed to LGAs.
                          100,000 doses of Rabies vaccine procured by FAO
                           and distributed to 24 districts of 5 regions of Dar
                           es Salaam, Coast, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara.
                           Also 50,000 doses procured by the Government
                           and distributed to LGAs.
                          Training on Rabies Control was conducted to 24
                           District Veterinary Officer, 25 Laboratory
                           technicians and 22 health Officers from the 24
                           districts.
                          20 refrigerators for vaccine storage procured and
                           distributed to 20 districts under the Rabies Control
                           Project financed by Bill and Mellinda Gates.




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2.3       Outcomes observed

During the financial year 2009/2010, ASLMs conducted performance reviews
that include AJIR and Four-year ASDP Assessment by NFT since inception.
The assessments revealed a number of notable outputs and outcomes realized
through ASDP implementation. The following are some of the performance
achievements realized in line with ASDP M&E framework indicators:

ASDP Coordination
   Improved ASDP coordination among stakeholders through advocacy,
    and ASDP Basket Fund Steering Committee, Committee of Directors,
    Thematic Working Groups and CAADP roundtable meeting and
    compact signing.
   Improved information flow in program implementation at national,
    regional and district level through M&E framework and regular LGAs
    backstopping by NFT as well as establishment of ASDP regional
    coordination.
   Improved quality of DADPs and VADPs planning at district and local
    level respectively.

Production and Productivity

        Increased productivity for some crops through irrigation schemes and
        use of improved farming technologies. For instance paddy increased
        from 2 tones to 5 tons per ha; tomatoes from 5 to 18 tons per ha. at
        Igomelo scheme (Mbarali),Mbeya. Likewise paddy increased from 1.5
        to 4 tons per ha at Mombo scheme (Korogwe), Tanga; and onions
        increased from 13 to 26 tons per ha at Mang’ola scheme (Karatu),
        Arusha.
       Research on increase in slaughter weight of indigenous beef cattle from
        250 kg to 450 kg at 4 years of age continued, the weight of indigenous
        beef has reached 400 kg at the age of 4 years.
       Increased area under irrigation from 310,745 to 331,490 hectares by
        June, 2010.
       Export of meat increased by 15%, while milk processing has increased
        from 88,940 liters per day (2008/09) to 110,000 liters per day (2009/10)
        which is 20% increase




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Access to improved technology

    Increased farmers’ access to fertilizers and improved seeds through
     smart targeted input support. A total of 1,500,000 farmers were
     provided with fertilizers and seeds through voucher scheme compared
     to 737,000 farmers supported in year 2008/09.
    Increased availability and use of farm power for easing labour
     drudgery. A total of 65 tractors, 1,972 power tillers and 1,321 ploughs
     have been procured through cost sharing arrangements. This has
     enhanced timeliness of farming operations. For example, in Kondoa
     DC, the use of power tillers has enabled farmers to cultivate 5-8 acres
     per day compared to 1 acre per week.
    CVL has managed to produce the following vaccines: 313,950 doses of
     Anthrax vaccine; 271,400 doses of Black quarter vaccine; 82 million
     doses of I2 vaccine of New Castle Disease because of being retooled.
    Central Veterinary Laboratory (CVL) has strengthen her research
     capacity, by acquiring the state of art facilities (molecular based
     research equipment); consequently CVL managed to isolate the Rift
     Valley fever (RVF) virus instead of sending it abroad for isolation.

Improved quality of produce and market

    Quality of produce marketed improved (e.g. over 90% of the marketed
     cashew for 2007/2008 – 2009/2010 marketing seasons were grade one
     as compared to 75% in 2006/2007) through Warehouse Receipt System.
    Quality of beef has increased especially for cattle coming from the Lake
     and Central Zone due to the use of feedlot system which has increased
     by 20% (from 62,000 cattle fattened in 2008/2009 VS 74,400 cattle
     fattened in year 2009/2020.

3.0 Financial Performance

Up to 30th June, 2010 a total of TShs. 41,093,752,902 was allocated and
disbursed to ASLMs (National level component) from the ASDP Basket Fund
for the implementation of planned activities. Out of the allocated funds, TShs.
39,669,774,267 was spent equal to 96.5% of the disbursed amount.

At the local level, cumulative expenditure (Local and foreign) during the
period under review was reported to be TShs. 53,884,964,617 equal to 64.5%
of the disbursed amount. The Regional Secretariat (RS) on the other hand


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spent TShs. 2,622,000,000 (Local 102,000,000 and Foreign 2,520,000,000)
equivalent to 100% of the disbursed amount. The overall cumulative
expenditure (local and foreign) for the national, regional and local component
during the period under review amounted to TShs. 96,176,738,884 equals to
76% of the disbursed sum. A summary of disbursement and expenditure is as
depicted in the table below:




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              SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENT AND EXPENDITURE (JULY 2009 – JUNE 2010) FOR ASDP BASKET
                                         FUNDS BY VOTE (TSH.)

              Approved                                                                                                       Cumulative Disbursement             Cumulative Expenditure
              Annual Budget                               Disbursement                            Expenditure                                                                                            % of Cum
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Exp. vs Cum
                                                            4th Quarter                           4th Quarter                                                                                          disbursement

              Local(L)         Foreign(F)        L                 F                 L                   F                   L                 F                 L                 F                   L        F
National
Level

43: MAFC      1,300,000,000     20,427,969,800   300,000,000                             434,880,938         6,583,255,617       830,000,000   14,366,863,458    654,372,599        13,129,775,884         79       91

99: MLDF      7,324,297,780      5,920,310,262   1,975,000,000     2,986,497,503     3,432,159,000           2,517,900,000    6,512,976,000    5,102,721,262     6,512,976,000         5,102,721,262   100          100

44: MITM                         1,393,385,000                         159,927,900                            685,824,031                      1,393,385,000                           1,393,384,948                100

49: MWI       13,164,697,000     4,634,795,000   4,198,072,557                       2,600,000,000           1,598,072,557    7,742,000,000    4,634,795,182     7,742,000,000         4,634,795,182   100          100
56: PMO-
RALG          30,000,000           483,000,000                                             4,033,802          158,358,256         29,424,500   481,587,500       29,225,052             470,523,339        99       98
Total
National      21,818,994,780    32,859,460,062   6,473,072,557     3,146,425,403     6,471,073,740        11,543,410,461     15,114,400,500    25,979,352,402    14,938,573,651     24,731,200,616         99       95
Regional
Secretariat   102,000,000        2,520,000,000                                                                                   102,000,000   2,520,000,000     102,000,000           2,520,000,000   100          100
 Local
Level         4,998,000,000     78,556,066,000                                           885,641,590      22,322,849,027      4,998,000,000    78,556,066,000    3,218,415,735      50,666,548,882         64       64
GRAND
TOTAL         26,918,994,780   113,935,526,062   6,473,072,557     3,146,425,403     7,356,715,330        33,866,259,488     20,214,400,500    107,055,418,402   18,258,989,386     77,917,749,498         90       73




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3.1 Status of carry over funds for 2009/2010

As of 30th June, 2010 a total of Tshs 60,586,861,000 was spent for the
implementation of District Agriculture Development Plans (DADPs). Out of the
amount spent 53,884,964,617 was from ASDP grants which is 65% of the amount
released in the financial year 2009/2010 and Tshs 6,701,896,383 (90%) from other
sources. Improvement is being noted on the expenditure side of which 94 LGAs
(71%) out of 132 have spent more than 60% of the disbursed ASDP grants. There
fore LGAs has an spent balance of Tshs 30,316,226,000 comprised of Tshs
29,571,106,383 from ASDP grants and Tshs 745,119,617 from other sources. The
financial analysis indicate that large potion of the balance comes from the
disbursed investment grants (DADG and DIDF) amounting to Tshs
22,484,778,000 which is 76% of the balance. It is also noted that a total of Tshs
15,240,734,000 (64%) is a balance from the disbursed DIDF grants which was
Tshs 23,700,000,000. This analysis indicates that most investment projects were in
the process of implementation because more time is needed for their completion.

3.2 Financial expenditure by activity

The detailed financial expenditure by activity and vote is shown in Annexes 1-5.

4.   Procurement status

4.1 National Level

During the period under review, ASLMs carried out procurement of goods, works
and services, which involved consultancy services, office equipment, specialized
instrument for research and food security activities and civil works based on the
completed Consolidated ASDP Basket Fund Procurement Plan. The detailed
procurement status is as shown in the ASLMs, RS and LGAs individual reports.

5. Implementation challenges

 Delays in initiating procurement process within respective departments across
  sector Ministries.
 Inadequate technical capacity (engineers and surveyors) for design and
  supervision of investment project at LGAs level.
 Inadequate competent contractors in some places.
 The provision of agricultural inputs support through a package approach is seen
  by LGAs as a top down approach. Also lack of budget for supervising
  implementation of the National Agricultural Input Voucher Scheme by
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    Regional Secretariat, LGAs and villages as well as educating them were seen as
    main challenges of the Input Voucher Scheme

6. Way Forward

6.1 Areas for actions

 Timely initiation of procurement process
  Increased effort to recruit irrigation engineers by LGAs
 Strengthening site supervision by involving regional ASDP coordinators.
 Package tendering at Regional level to attract competent contractors outside the
  region.
 The NAIVS approach need to be reviewed so as to consider all concerns

The detailed implementation for each vote is as presented below:-




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                    DETAILED IMPLEMENTATION STATUS BY VOTE

LGAs - LOCAL LEVEL COMPONENT

1.0. Introduction

The Government is implementing a seven year Agriculture Sector Development Programme
(ASDP). Through ASDP basket Fund the Government in collaboration with Development
Partners is financing the implementation of the Programme. The Programme has two
components namely, the Local level support which uses 75% of the total allocations from the
basket and National level component which uses the remaining 25% from the basket.

In the year 2009/10 a total of TShs. 111,202,104,000 was approved for implementation of Local
Government Authorities Agricultural activities. This amount comprised Tshs 83,554,066,000/=
from ASDP basket Fund and Tshs 27,647,990,000 from other sources. The government also
approved Tshs 2,622,000,000/= for Regional Secretariats and Tshs 511,012,000/= for PMO –
RALG for coordination of ASDP activities.

The submitted reports indicate that up to June, 2010 a total of Tshs 90,156,885,000 was received
by Local Government Authorities for the implementation of DADP. This amount was
contributed by Tshs 83,456,071,000 from ASDP basket and Tshs 7,430,006,000 from other
sources (Local Government Development Grant, District Agriculture Investment Project, Japan
Food Aid Counterpart Fund, Belgium Technical Cooperation and One UN JP). The government
also disbursed Tshs 2,622,000,000/= to Regional Secretariats and TShs. 511,012,000 /= to PMO
– RALG for coordination of ASDP activities.

The submitted reports from Local government Authorities indicate improvement in the
implementation of most activities. As of 30th June,2010 a total of Tshs 60,586,861,000 was spent
for the implementation of District Agriculture Development Plans (DADPs). Out of the amount
spent Tshs 60,586,861,000, 53,884,964,617 (65%) was from ASDP grants which is 65% of the
amount released in the financial year 2009/2010 and Tshs 6,701,896,383 (90%) from other
sources. Improvement is being noted on the expenditure side of which 94 LGAs (71%) out of
132 have spent more than 60% of the disbursed ASDP grants. There fore LGAs has a balance of
Tshs 30,316,226,000 comprised of Tshs 29,571,106,383 from ASDP grants and Tshs
745,119,617 from other sources. The financial analysis indicate that large potion of the balance
comes from the disbursed investment grants (DADG and DIDF) amounting to Tshs
22,484,778,000 which is 76% of the balance. It is also noted that a total of Tshs 15,240,734,000
(64%) is a balance from the disbursed DIDF grants which was Tshs 23,700,000,000. This
analysis indicates that most investment projects were in the process of implementation because
more time is needed for their completion.

The expenditure at Ministry and Regional Secretariat level is Tshs 499,748,391 (98%) and Tsh
2,622,000,000 (100%) respectively. This progress report describes the implementation at
Ministry, Regional and Local Government Authorities.




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2.0. Physical and Financial performance of Local Government Authorities
The submitted reports indicate that up to June, 2010 a total of Tshs 90,156,885,000 was received
by Local Government Authorities for the implementation of DADP. This amount was
contributed by Tshs 83,456,071,000 from ASDP basket and Tshs 7,430,006,000 from other
sources (Local Government Development Grant, District Agriculture Investment Project, Japan
Food Aid Counterpart Fund, Belgium Technical Cooperation and One UN JP).

The submitted reports from Local government Authorities indicate improvement in the
implementation of most activities. As of 30th June a total of Tshs 60,586,861,000 was spent for
the implementation of District Agriculture Development plans. Out of the spent amount Tshs
60,586,861,000, 53,884,964,617 (65%) was from ASDP grants which is 65% of the amount
released in the financial year 2009/2010 and Tshs 6,701,896,383 (90%) from other sources.
There fore LGAs has a balance of Tshs 30,316,226,000 comprised of Tshs 29,571,106,383 from
ASDP grants and Tshs 745,119,617 from other sources. The financial analysis indicate that large
potion of the balance comes from the disbursed investment grants (DADG and DIDF) amounting
to Tshs 22,484,778,000 which is 76% of the balance. It is also noted that a total of Tshs
15,240,734,000 (64%) is a balance from the disbursed DIDF grants which was Tshs
23,700,000,000. This analysis indicates that most investment projects were in the process of
implementation because more time is needed for their completion.

2.1. Summary of key planned targets
LGAs implemented various activities and realised various outputs. The outputs are categorised
into investment, capacity building and agriculture services. The major realised outputs were;
     Production and marketing infrastructures improved
     Use of farm machineries improved
     Animal health infrastructures improved
     Delivery of Extension services improved
     Knowledge of farmers to use improved agronomic practices improved
     Cross cutting issues including gender and HIV/AIDS.

2.1.1. Production and marketing infrastructures improved.
     a. Production infrastructures/facilities
Improve availability of water for crops and livestock production LGAs supported producers to
improve their irrigation facilities by constructing and rehabilitating irrigation infrastructures
aimed at developing 82,657 Ha of irrigation land. The reports indicated the development of
16,812 Ha (20%) at total cost of Tshs 9,634,306,000/=. Farmers were also supported with 168
irrigation pumps out of 392 planned at a cost of Tshs 556,555,000/=. To enhance water
availability for irrigation and livestock LGAs constructed 36 (88%) chaco dams out of 41
planned at cost of Tshs 982,073,000/=.

        i. Improve genetic potentials of crops and livestock
In improving the genetic potentials of livestock LGAs have undertaken various measures
including introduction of improved breeds of livestock and the use of artificial insemination. The
reports indicates that a total of 16,634 cattle were inseminated and 100 bulls and 1063 diary caws
were purchased and distributed to livestock keepers at a cost of Tshs 712,323,000/=. In
improving the genetic potentials of poultry a total of improved 8335 cockerels were procured and
distributed to farmers at a cost of Tshs 133,567,000/=.


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LGAs have taken various measures to improve the availability of improved seeds to farmers.
Farmers were selected and supported with 90 tonnes of fertiliser and 86,773kg of seeds for
establishment of seed farms. Besides seeds and fertiliser farmers were also supported pest control
chemicals. The amount spent was reported to be Tshs 602,471,000.

    ii. Use of improved farm machineries
In increasing the use of improved farm implements LGAs have supported farmers with 1,274
(81%) power tillers out of 1,576 planned at a cost of Tshs 7,794,731,000 and 24 tractors out of
33 planned at a cost of Tshs 1,441,003,000/=.

   b. Market infrastructures

        i.     Crop Market infrastructure

Local Government Authorities planned to construct market infrastructures aimed at increasing
the shelf life and value of agriculture produces. The report indicates the construction of 38 (58%)
crop Markets out of 65 planned at a cost of Tshs 378,408,000/= and construction of 66 (52%)
storage structures out of 127 planned at a cost of Tshs 739,737,000. In terms of value addition
LGAs supported farmers with various machines for enhancing value addition. The report
indicate the procurement of 36 pulperies out of 36, 57 (71%) oil extracting machines out of 80 at
a cost of Tshs 505,146,000/=.

         ii.    Livestock Market
Local Government Authorities has planned to construct various infrastructures to improve the
quality of livestock products produced and to facilitate smooth marketing of the same. While up
to June, 2010 LGAs indicated to construct 29 Primary Markets at a cost of Tshs 141,861,000/=,
a total of Tshs 13,793,000/= was used for construction of two holding ground. 14 slaughter
houses and 4 slaughter slabs were constructed at a cost of Tshs 419,579,000/=. Other
infrastructures constructed include 4 milk collection centres out of 6 planned at a cost of Tshs
286,560,000/=, one hide/skin shed at a cost of 10,433,000/=

         iii.   Road construction
The reports indicates the construction of 12 bridges costing Tshs 53,376,000/= and 84 km of
roads at a cost of Tsh 305,969,000/=.

2.1.2. Animal Health infrastructures
The submitted reports indicated that 80 dip tanks out of 113 planned have been constructed
/rehabilitated using a total of Tshs 697,179,000/=. LGAs have reported to rehabilitate 15
veterinary at a cost of Tshs 146,359,000/= and a total of 6,094,999 animals were vaccinated at a
cost of Tshs 759,825,000/=.

Capacity building and improvement of Extension services delivery to farmers
Local Government Authorities have implemented various interventions related to improving the
capacity of extension staff to deliver quality services to farmers and improving farmer’s skills in
using improved agronomic practices.

    i. Farmers and economic groups empowerment
Major interventions implemented for empowering farmers and livestock keepers involved
training on various issues related to increasing the productivity of crops and livestock. A total of
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115,496 (44%) farmers out of 259,869 targeted were trained on improved crop production,
18,356 (16%) livestock keepers out of 116750 were trained on improved livestock production,
4014 (78%) out of 5165 were trained on Marketing and processing and 56,685 farmers were
trained on other aspects at a cost of TShs. 3,292,939,000/=.

Various training was conducted to economic groups for the purposes of strengthening their
capacity to manage their groups. The training covered among others groups formation,
constitution arrangement, establishment and management of SACCOs and record keeping where
by 22,623 SACCOs members were trained at a cost of TShs.206,810,000 /=.

Local government Authorities used various training methods. The analysis indicates the use of
18754 Farmers Field School and 200 demonstration plots at cost of Tshs 1,045,520/=. A total of
9 oxenisation centres out of 22 planned were constructed and 88 Ward Agricultural Resource
Centres were constructed to increase accessibility of information and facilitate training of
farmers at a cost of Tshs 1,645,812,000/=.

    ii. Training of Extension staff.
As part of capacity building Local government Authorities train the extension staffs through
various long and short term trainings. The report indicates that 4,294 extension staff received
short courses on various aspects like improved crop production (981), improved Livestock
production (340), marketing and processing skills (429) and 5463 in other aspects at a cost of
Tshs 2,490,013,000/=.
    iii. Improvement of working environment
In terms of transport facilities the report indicate the procurement of 4 vehicles, 13,853
motorcycles, 40 bicycles, 51 computers, 6 printers to ensure smooth running of activities at a
cost of TShs. 2,937,724,000/= while a total of 19 DALDOs offices and 15 extension house were
rehabilitated at a total cost of TShs. 398,835,000/=.

    iv. Planning and monitoring the implementation of District agriculture development
            plan.
Local government authorities continued with monitoring and evaluation of implemented projects
at local level. In terms of facilitating the implementation of various activities and monitoring
purpose the LGAs have procured stationeries, fuel for vehicles and motorcycles, logbooks. A
total of 2,225,712,000/= was spent.

2.1.3. Crosscutting issues
Local Government Authorities have prepared land use plans in 111 villages at a cost of Tshs
129,453,000. In creating awareness on prevention of HIV/AIDs LGAs have spent Tshs
72,052,000

3.0. Procurement status
Various goods, works and services were procured by LGAs as summarised in the summary of
their key achievements indicated above.

4.0. Challenges
Local government Authorities encountered some challenges that delayed the implementation of
activities. Among the challenges mentioned include;



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      Delay in receiving DIDF funds. The DIDF funds were released towards the end of
       December, 2009 and January 2010. In many parts of our country January to April is rainy
       season of which construction work cannot be implemented.
      Inadequate staff especially land surveyors, engineers and procurement experts to conduct
       studies and design of irrigation infrastructures including dams and prepare tender
       documents
      Inadequate competent contractors in some places.

5.0.   Way Forward

5.1 Area for improvement
     The ASLM should effectively continue to capacitate the staff at LGA level to improve
      the performance of the Agriculture Sector Development Programme. Major area of focus
      should be:
          o Procurement issues and contract supervision to ensure quality works
          o Ensure the availability of technical human resources for implementation of
              investment projects especially irrigation infrastructures.
     Continue with technical backstopping to LGAs with implementation problems.
     Continue empowering Region Secretariat staff to undertake technical backstopping to
      ensure smooth DADP planning, implementation and reporting.




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      VOTE 43: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE FOOD SECURITY AND
                         COOPERATIVES

1        Introduction

In 2009/2010, the Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (MAFC) approved to
spend a total of TShs. 190,869,993 for recurrent expenditure including implementation of the
national rescue plan from the impact of the global financial crisis and TShs. 92,694,254,000 for
development expenditure. Out of the development funds, TShs. 2,516,709,000 was local funds
and TShs. 90,177,545,000 was foreign funds. Of the foreign funds, TShs. 20,427,969,800 is
from the ASDP Basket Fund.

1.1      Key Planned Targets

The following were key milestones planned to be achieved by the Ministry in FY 2009/2010:

      1. Provision of smart targeted agricultural inputs support (fertilizer 150,000 MT, 15,701 MT
         of maize and paddy seeds, coffee and tea 10,000,000 seedlings and agro-chemicals
         1,251,100 litres. Provision of loans under AGITF for the purchase of 60 new tractors and
         50 power tillers and rehabilitation of 12 tractors.
      2. Reduction of pre and post harvest losses and promotion of value addition.
      3. Development, promotion and dissemination of improved agricultural technological
         packages
      4. Human resource development for the agriculture sector through enrolment of 3,000
         students and recruitment of 142 tutors.
      5. Promote the delivery of improved agricultural services through the adoption of Client
         Oriented Research and Development Management Approach (CORDEMA)
      6. Improvement of agricultural Land Use Management through preparation of Land Use
         Master Plan and Agricultural Land Act.
      7. Promotion of cooperative reforms and modernization of cooperative societies through
         repayment of cooperative debts and oversee election of cooperative leaders.
      8. Provision of early warning on food situation and maintenance of National Food Reserve
         through procurement of 160,000 Tons of maize.
      9. Promotion of agro-mechanization and labour saving technologies.
      10. Reviewing agricultural policies and Legislation
     12. Coordination, M&E and ASDP advocacy

2.       Physical Performance

2.1      Overall assessment of performance and implementation status

The overall physical performance was good as major interventions were implemented as
planned.




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2.2      Achievement of set targets

Out of the planned targets, the following were achieved through the disbursed development and
recurrent budgets.

Provision of targeted agricultural inputs support

     A total of 150,000 MT of fertilizer (100% of the targeted amount) including 75,000 MT of
      phosphate and 75,000 MT of UREA under smart targeted support program were distributed
      to 1,500,000 farmers in 20 regions of Iringa, Mbeya, Rukwa, Ruvuma, Arusha, Morogoro,
      Kilimanjaro, Kigoma, Manyara,Tabora (Sikonge, Urambo and Igunga); Mara ( Tarime,
      Serengeti and Bunda districts); Shinyanga (Kahama and Bukombe districts); Kagera (Chato
      and Karagwe districts); Mwanza (Geita and Sengerema districts); Mtwara (Mtwara district);
      Lindi (Lindi district); Tanga (Korogwe, Lushoto and Muheza districts); Dodoma (Mpwapwa
      and Bahi districts); Pwani (Bagamoyo district); and Singida (Singida and Manyoni districts).
     A total of 15,150 MT (96.5% of the targeted amount) of improved seed of maize and paddy
      were distributed to 1,500,000 farmers in 20 regions under support program. Also 290 MT of
      sorghum and 85.4 MT of sunflower seed were distributed to 121,011 farmers of Singida
      (Sunflower); Dodoma; Mara; Shinyanga; Mwanza and Tabora (Sorghum) under subsidy
      program without using voucher scheme. A total of 2,702 Rural Agro-dealers were trained by
      Citizen Network for Foreign Affairs (CNFA) on inputs business and safe handling of
      agricultural inputs. Agricultural Seed Agency (ASA) also produced a total of 918 mts of
      improved seeds through National seed farms, JKT and Magereza against 1,500 mts targeted.
     A total of 3,075,000 vouchers for cotton seeds (1,537,500) and acrepacks (1,537,500) were
      printed and distributed in 10 regions namely, Shinyanga (1,937,930), Mara (274,000),
      Kigoma (8,970), Manyara (3,726), Mwanza (576,708), Singida (44,140), Tabora (201,880),
      Iringa (270), Morogoro (23,515) and Coast (3,864);
     A total of 11,500,000 tea seedlings equivalent to 95.8 percent of the target of 12,000,000
      were produced. In addition, a total of 10,400,000 coffee seedlings were produced and
      distributed to farmers equivalent to 80 percent of the target of 13,000,000 seedlings.

Promote the delivery of improved agricultural services through the adoption of Client Oriented
Research and Development Management Approach (CORDEMA)

     ZARDEF Committees approved 59 new projects in 7 agricultural research zones making a
      total of 123 research projects approved and 4 quarterly research meetings (ZSC and ZaTC)
      for all zones were conducted;
     A total of 48.2 tonnes and 38.9 tonnes of breeder and pre-basic seeds were produced. Pre-
      basic seeds were availed to Agricultural Seed Agency for multiplication of foundation seeds;
     9 Research centres have been rehabilitated (Ukiriguru, Maruku, Naliendele, Selian, Uyole,
      Ilonga, Tumbi, Mlingano and Makutopora) to improve research services.
     20 strategic research projects were implemented in 7 agricultural research zones and their
      findings includes; recommendations on the control of wild weeds using mixture of
      chemicals for rice growing areas as well as the appropriate rate of Minjingu and nitrogenous



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    fertilizer that have shown to increase maize yield from 1.5 to 4.0 t/ha in soils with low
    Phosphorus and low acid.


Promotion of agro mechanization and labour saving technologies

   24 Farmer Field Schools on the use of Conservation Agriculture implements with a total of
    414 farmers were established in Moshi, Meru, Kilindi, Babati and Karatu;
   Training on weeding technology using draught animals was provided to 16 VEOs from
    Urambo, Uyui, Sikonge, Tabora Municipal and Nzega districts. Ten Farmer groups with 210
    farmers were formed, trained and facilitated with 20 animal drawn weeders for practical
    training on the use of draught animals in weeding.
   35 power tillers, 20 cassava chippers, 20 cassava graters, 20 starch extractors and 10
    packages for cashew processing (each containing grading machine, oven, 8 decorticators and
    vacuum sealer) have been procured to support youth groups to establish hire services in
    Mtwara and Lindi regions.

Development, promotion and dissemination of improved agricultural technological packages
 A total of 75 private Agricultural Service Providers (ASPs) and 118 LGA staff were trained
   on contracting out the provision of extension services delivery. The training was conducted
   at two centres- Mwanza and Dodoma;
 Agricultural extension networking activities have been initiated with MVIWATA and
   MFEC-Tarime aimed at improving extension service delivery.
 ToT on FFS was conducted to 89 staff from 81 LGAs, 3 staff from Extension HQ, 3 ZIELOs
   Northern and Central Zones, 1 from ATTC Themi and RAA from Dodoma.
 Mpiji orchard has been equipped with necessary tools including; irrigation infrastructures,
   shade-net and 300,000 grafted mango seedling were raised and maintained;
 The National Horticulture Development Strategy has been prepared and approved by the
   stakeholders on 31st May,2010 in Arusha;
 Inter-ministerial Technical Committee has approved bio-energy policy. In addition, the draft
   guidelines have been prepared and are now being discussed by stakeholders to facilitate
   implementation;

Plant Health and outbreaks control
 Inspections of plant and plant material imported in the country were conducted. A total of
   589,817.86 MT of different crops were imported and 2,529,665.02 MT were exported. 4,773
   phytosanitary certificates and 318 import permits were issued.
 Control of armyworms outbreak has been conducted in 14 regions of Mtwara, Lindi, Pwani,
   Mbeya, Iringa, Morogoro and Dodoma regions. Other regions includes Singida, Tabora,
   Shinyanga, Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Tanga regions.
 Rodent outbreaks were controlled in Kilimanjaro, Morogoro, Mtwara, Lindi, Ruvuma and
   Tabora regions.
 Control of Quelea quelea covering about 1,370 hectares has been conducted in Mara,
   Mwanza, Shinyanga, Tabora, Singida, Dodoma, Morogoro and Mbeya regions.




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Improvement of agricultural Land Use
   The draft National Land Use Master-Plan for Agricultural Land Use Planning and
   Management has been prepared and circulated to stakeholders for comments.

Reviewing agricultural policies and Legislation
 Draft National Agriculture Policy has been prepared awaiting Cabinet approval;
 The cereal and other produce Act,2009, the fertilizer Act,2009 and The Cashewnut Industry
   Act, 2009 have been prepared.
 Food security Act, 1991, Crop Laws (Coffee, Cotton, Sisal, Sugar, Tea, Tobacco and
   Pyrethrum) have been reviewed.
 International Coffee Agreement, ICA,2007 has been ratified.
 International Conventional for protection of new varieties of plants – UPOV has been
   ratified.

Reduction of pre and post harvest losses and promotion of value addition.
 62 LGA staff were trained on application of GIS based crop production forecast.
 100 rainfall reporters in Dodoma and Singida were trained on proper rainfall and crop
   recording throughout the season.
 Two computerised systems crop and rainfall recording were installed at KILIMO I HQ and
   Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) HQ.
 One study on post-harvest losses of tomatoes was conducted in Morogoro and Iringa regions.
   The data obtained will be used as benchmark in coming up with strategies to reduce crop post
   harvest losses at different levels hence ensure food security.
 10 Local Government Authorities (LGAs) staff and 120 farmers’ representatives were trained
   on how to construct and utilize improved storage structures in Iramba, Singida region.

Coordination, M&E and ASDP advocacy
 National Facilitation Team (NFT) was facilitated to monitor implementation of DADPs. Four
   years review of the Programme implementation was also undertaken and draft report
   produced and circulated for comments;
 District Facilitation Team (DFT) and Ward Facilitation Team (WFT) were trained in all 132
   Local Government Authorities (LGAs) on community investment project preparation as part
   of the efforts to improve the quality of DADPs;
 Local Government Monitoring Database version 2 (LGMD2) developed and disseminated to
   all LGAs and Regional Secretariat (RS) through regional workshops;
 Standard formats for VAEO/WAEO and integrated data collection format developed in
   collaboration with the pilot LGAs; 3 staff in each LGA and 2 in each RS were trained on the
   standard formats for village and ward, the district and LGMD2 database.
 The training manual for VAEO/WAEO formats, district format, and LGMD2 database were
   prepared and disseminated to all LGAs and RS;
 ASDP M&E Framework reviewed;
 ASDP M&E guideline finalized, translated into Kiswahili and disseminated to all LGAs and
   RS through region workshops;
 24 TV Programmes prepared and aired; 27 success stories on ASDP published;
 Preparation of communication and knowledge management strategy of ASDP was facilitated;


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Human resource and working facilities development

   Major building rehabilitation completed at MATI Mtwara and Maruku training institutes.
   40 staff have been trained in computer application.
   Eight statistics staff trained at IRP on data collection methodology, processing and analysis.
   Five staff attended training on policy analysis, M&E, Data base management on donor aid,
    Project management planning, One driver was trained in Morogoro on advanced driving and
    two secretaries were trained at secretarial college for diploma progamme.
   Two officers were trained on Budget and Budget planning and Performance Monitoring and
    evaluation
   Three Auditors attended course in International Public Sector on Auditing Process in
    Swaziland
   12 Accountants trained in IPSAS, IFRs and ICT
   10 PMU Staffs attended short courses on Procurement Management in Swaziland, two
    attended course on Public Procurement organized by PPRA and another two attended course
    on procurement on Civil Works organized by National construction council.
   31 researchers attended 5-days training on questionnaire coding and data analysis using
    SPSS.
    The training provided will improve capacities of staff in delivering services.

National Grain Reserve

    Through the National Grain Reserve Agency (NFRA), the Ministry purchased a total of
    73,682.7 mts of maize against the 160,000 mts targeted. The NFRA also transferred a total of
    126,914.9 mts of maize from the food surplus regions to food deficit regions. The
    intervention saved the country from using foreign exchange that would have been used in
    importing food to the needy people.

Promotion of cooperative reforms and modernization of cooperative societies

   Cooperative Commission has been established.
   3 three Cooperative Societies have been formed. These are Tarime Mining Cooperative
    Union; Kigoma Tobacco Growers Cooperative Union and Tanzania Beekeepers Cooperative
    Union.
   Increased number of Cooperative Societies members from 1.8 million in 2009 to 2.1 million
    members in 2010;
   Increased number of SACCOS from 5,332 in 2009 to 5,344 in 2010.
   Increased number of credit issued from TShs. 383.5 billion to TShs. 463.4 billion in 2010.
    Likewise, the members deposits increased from Tshs 148.1 billion to TShs. 174.6 billion in
    2010;

Cross cutting issues

   Environment - Training on EMA 2004, impacts of agricultural activities on environment,
    sustainable use of agricultural inputs and impacts of climate change on agriculture was


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      conducted to 20 DFTs members of Misungwi (Mwanza), Musoma, Bunda (Mara) Districts as
      well as to technical staff from Zonal Plant Protection Centre in Shinyanga;
     Gender - A zero draft gender mainstreaming guideline has been prepared and circulated for
      comments; five gender committee members have been trained at ESAMI on gender
      mainstreaming in agriculture.

2.3     Key Outcomes
 The preliminary survey done in May-June 2010, indicate that due to good rainfall, provision
    of input support and improved extension delivery services, food production is estimated to be
    12.8 million mts compared to the national food requirement of 11.4 million mts in year
    2010/11. The production is up by 2 million mts from food produced in year 2009/2010.
 A total of 48.2 tonnes and 38.9 tonnes of breeder and pre-basic seed were produced. In
    addition, 25 varieties of improved seeds tolerant to diseases and pests as well as high yielding
    were released. The released seeds include maize, rice, cotton, groundnuts, simsims, cassava
    and sugarcane.
 Increased farmers’ access to fertilizers and improved seeds through smart targeted input
    support. A total of 1,500,000 farmers were provided with fertilizers and seeds through
    voucher scheme compared to 737,000 farmers supported in year 2008/09.
 Improved ASDP coordination among stakeholders through advocacy, and ASDP Basket
    Fund Steering Committee, Committee of Directors, Thematic Working Groups and CAADP
    roundtable meeting and compact signing.
 Improved information flow in program implementation at national, regional and district level
    through M&E framework and regular LGAs backstopping by NFT.
 Reduction of pre harvest losses that would have been caused by outbreaks of crop pests and
    diseases.
 The country has saved foreign exchange that would have been used for importing food for
    the draught affected regions. Other key outcomes realised include increased agricultural
    productivity and control of inflation as food production contributes about 60 % into the
    inflation basket.

2.4      Implementation challenges and constraints

The provision of agricultural inputs support through a package approach is seen by LGAs as a
top down approach. Also lack of budget for supervising implementation of the National
Agricultural Input Voucher Scheme by Regional Secretariat, LGAs and villages as well as
educating them were seen as main challenges of the Input Voucher Scheme.

3.       Financial Performance

Overall, the financial performance for development and recurrent budget marked some
improvement compared to the third quarter. The Ministry spent 91% of the approved ASDP
Basket budget. The expenditure does not include part of fund transferred to Agricultural
Research Zones (Tsh. 789,751,632), Extension services (TShs. 118,887,750), Mechanization
(TShs. 3,672,502) and Training Institutes (TShs. 125,092,754). The unspent balance amounting
to 199,682,934.49 has been deposited into the ASDP holding account.



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3.1    Disbursement Status

Up to 30th June, 2010, out of the approved recurrent budget of TShs 190.9 billion, the amount
released was TShs. 184.0 billion, which represents 96.4 percent of the approved recurrent budget
of which expenditure amounted to TShs. 182.0 billion, equivalent to 99 percent of the released
recurrent budget. Total development budget disbursed up to 30th June, 2010 was TShs. 74.8
billion out of which TShs. 2.0 billion was local funds and TShs. 72.8 billion was total foreign
funds.

Since all approved foreign Basket Funds were disbursed in the third quarter, there was no
disbursement made during the fourth quarter. As for local funds, Tshs 274,441,500 was
disbursed in the fourth quarter. This gives cumulative disbursement to the ASDP Basket Fund up
to the fourth quarter to be TShs. 15,196,863,458 out of which TShs. 830,000,000 was local funds
and TShs. 14,366,863,458 was foreign funds.

3.2     Financial Expenditure
Up to 30th June, 2010, cumulative expenditure for the Basket Fund was TShs. 13,784,148,438
equal to 90.7 percent of disbursed amount out of which TShs. 654,372,599 was local and TShs.
13,129,775,884 was foreign. Table below indicates disbursement and expenditure status of
ASDP budget and total development budget for the period April – June, 2010.




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          Summary of Total Development Budget disbursement and expenditure

Project   Name of             Approved Budget             Released Budget (Cumulative)           Expenditure(Cumulative)           %        %Exp/Relea
No.       Project                                                                                                              Released/A      se
                                                                                                                                pproved

                        LOCAL           FOREIGN          LOCAL            FOREIGN             LOCAL           FOREIGN          Loc   Fore   Loc   Fore
                                                                                                                               al    ign    al    ign

  4486    1003 ASDP      450,000,000     1,674,850,000   205,000,000          1,674,850,000    205,000,000     1,617,474,951    46   100    100     97
  4486    1004ASDP                       1,000,000,000                        1,000,000,000                      864,032,259         100            86
  4486    1009 ASDP                        80,000,000                           80,000,000                       76,801,545          100            96
  4486    2001ASDP       350,000,000     5,160,419,800   220,000,000          3,721,809,800    214,490,221     3,506,590,859    63    72     97     94
  4486    2002ASDP       200,000,000      500,000,000    160,000,000           500,000,000      94,310,385      473,585,884     80   100     59     95
  4486    3001ASDP       200,000,000    1,412,700,000    200,000,000          6,790,203,658    100,000,000     6,000,452,025   100    59     50     88
  4486    5001 ASDP      100,000,000      600,000,000     45,000,000           600,000,000      40,571,993      590,838,361     45   100     90     98
          Total
          ASDP          1,300,000,000   20,427,969,800    830,000,000     14,366,863,458      654,372,599     13,129,775,884   64    70      79     91
  6571    EMAISP                           471,400,000                        95,620,000                          95,620,000          20           100
  4488    DASIP          550,000,000      977,600,000    550,000,000           977,600,000     550,000,000      977,600,000    100   100    100    100
  2221    TRAINING       166,709,000                     166,709,000                           166,709,000                     100          100
  6284    PSRPII                           79,919,800                           79,919,800                       73,333,490          100            92
  6284    1007                             50,000,000                           50,000,000                       39,948,150          100            80
          PSRPII
  6284    1009                             90,240,000                           90,240,000                       87,590,232          100            97
          PSRPII
  4490    Cleaner        100,000,000      126,000,000    100,000,000                   -       100,000,000                 -   100    -     100
          Integ. For
          Biogas
  4409    PADEP          200,000,000     2,541,396,770   200,000,000          2,541,396,770    200,000,000     2,541,396,770   100   100    100    100
  4491    Accelerated                                                                                                                 85            93
          Food                          3,892,417,000                     54,396,958,032                      50,771,612,058
          Security
  4466    ASPFS           50,000,000                      20,000,000                            20,000,000                      40          100
  6505    LVEMP           50,000,000                      50,000,000                            50,000,000                     100          100
  2203    Tanzania                        817,601,630                          197,601,467                      197,601,467           24           100
          Tea
          Research
  4458    Tanzania                        703,000,000                                  -                                   -          -
          Coffee
          Research
  4489    CRMP           100,000,000                      100,000,000                           70,000,000                     100           70
          Total other
          Projects      1,216,709,000   69,749,575,200   1,186,709,000    58,429,336,069      1,156,709,000   54,784,702,167   98    84      97     94

          GRAND
          TOTAL         2,516,709,000   90,177,545,000   2,016,709,000    72,796,199,527      1,811,081,599   67,914,478,051   80    81      90     93




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3.2    ASDP Procurement Status

Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives
The Ministry is implementing Annual Procurement Plan for fiscal year 2009/10 which includes
Development Budget and the other charges as indicated in the MTEF. The following is the status
of implementation of Procurements under ASDP Basket Fund Development Budget for the
fourth quarter, 2009/2010.

Department       Code     Description              Estimated    Status                Remarks
                                                   Budget
                                      GOODS
Mechanization    2.1      Agricultural              423,000,000 Tender process was In progress
                          Implements                            to be done by the
                                                                Ministry        of
                                                                Infrastructure  as
                                                                directed in August
                                                                2009. However by
                                                                March, the process
                                                                was taken back to
                                                                MAFC. Now the
                                                                tender      is  in
                                                                progress.
Various          2.2      Office Equipment          457,198,300 Tender No. 14 of Delivery is
                                                                2009/2010 has been going on.
                                                                floated and is in
                                                                final stage
Various          2.3      Office supplies            31,130,000 Tender No. 5 of This is a
                                                                2009/2010 floated frame work
                                                                and completed     contract
                                                                                  which ends
                                                                                  30th     June
                                                                                  2010.
Various          2.4      Four Wheel Drive          730,000,000 Tender has been In progress
                          Vehicles                              floated    by   the
                                                                Ministry         of
                                                                Infrastructure.
                                                                However by June,
                                                                the     procurement
                                                                process was taken
                                                                back to MAFC.
                                                                The tender is in
                                                                progress
Various          2.5      Furniture         and      23,000,000 Quotation No. 43 of This is a
                          Fittings                              2009/2010 floated     frame work
                                                                and is in final stage contract
                                                                                      which ends


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                                                                            30th    June
                                                                            2010.
Land       Use   Scientific                 25,000,000 Tender No.           This tender
Planning         Instruments       and                 ME/012/2009-         to be re-
                 Tools                                 10/HQ/G/42 floated   tendered.
                                                       and no bidder        Changing
                                                       responded            Procurement
                                                                            method    to
                                                                            Single
                                                                            Source.


                          CONSULTANCY SERVICES
Policy     and   To       undertake         33,000,000 Tender process in Process still
Planning         Commodity Policy                      negotiation stage going on.
                 Analysis
Policy     and   To          facilitate    102,000,000 Tender No. 46 Procurement
Planning         Agricultural Sector                   floated        and process is on
                 Review (ASR) and                      Technical      and going.
                 Public Expenditure                    Financial proposals
                 Review (PER) for                      submitted       for
                 FY 2010/11                            evaluation.
Research and     To           enhance      100,000,000 Tender process not
Development      effectiveness    and                  yet started.
                 efficiency of Rice
                 National         and
                 Regional
                 Monitoring       and
                 Evaluation Systems
                 by 2010


                       NON CONSULTANCY SERVICES
Various          Air Travel Tickets        174,832,500 Tender No. 3 of This is a
                                                       2009/2010 floated frame work
                                                       and completed.    contract
                                                                         which ends
                                                                         30th     June
                                                                         2010.
Information &    Programs                  140,000,000 No bidder complied
Education        Transmission Fees
Various          Printing       and         30,000,000 No bidder complied
                 Photocopying costs
Various          Provision of local        150,200,000 Tender No. 3 of This is a
                 and     international                 2009/2010 floated frame work
                 tickets                               and completed     contract
                                                                         which ends


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                                                                                       30th        June
                                                                                       2010.


                                           CIVIL WORKS
Research and              Public Institutional     1,000,000,000 Tender process not
Development               Buildings                              yet started



4.     Way Forward

4.1    Area for Improvement

The National Agriculture Input Voucher Scheme need to be reviewed by involving beneficiaries.
A budget for supervising the Input Support and training of different committees from regional to
village level has to be effected.

Annex 1 gives the detailed implementation status through ASDP Basket Fund.




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      VOTE 99: MINISTRY OF LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT AND FISHERIES


1.0 INTRODUCTION

In 2009/2010 financial year, the Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries (MLDF)
was approved to spend a total of TShs 67,334,294,900; out of which, TShs 37,253,453,900
(55.3%) is for Recurrent Expenditure that includes; TShs 24,657,679,000 for Other Charges
(OC), TShs. 9,271,421,800 for Personal Emoluments (PE) and Tshs 3,324,353,100 is
subventions to the Public Institutions/ Parastatals under the Ministry. Where as TShs
30,080,841 (44.7%) is for Development Expenditure; out of which, TShs. 9,723,810,000
(32.3%) is Local Funds and TShs. 20,357,031,000 (67.8%) is Foreign Funds from ASDP
Basket, PRSP II, UNICEF, MACEAP, and TADS-SADC.

1.1    Key Planned Targets

The Ministry set targets for the fiscal year 2009/2010 with focus for improving provision of
livestock services, poverty reduction and improving food security these targets include:-
      (i)    Management Information System for the entire Ministry improved
      (ii)   Livestock and Fisheries Sectoral’ plans and programmes coordinated, budget
             prepared, monitored and evaluated annually
      (iii) Capacity of Ministry to administer ASDP implementation strengthened
      (iv)   Cross cutting and cross sectoral issues mainstreamed in the livestock and fisheries
             sector policies, plans and programme.
      (v)    Physical and Human Resources of Finance, Internal Audit Unit, Information,
             Education and Communication (IEC) and PMU strengthened
      (vi)   Policy and regulatory framework for the livestock and fisheries sectors reviewed
             and developed
      (vii) Livestock training institutes and National Livestock Research Institute
             rehabilitated and retooled.
      (viii) Access to support services particularly research and extension that meet needs of
             livestock farmers improved.
      (ix)   Support participation in Dairy Centre of Excellence for developing improved
             technologies.
      (x)    Capacity for conducting Fisheries research, field surveys and training by Fisheries
             Institutions Improved by 40%.
      (xi)   CORDEMA research fund (ZARDEF) established and operationalised in all 7
             research zones.
      (xii) Livestock research coordination and networking strengthened.
      (xiii) Indigenous livestock characterized, livestock of high genetic potential introduced
             and evaluated on-station and on-farm
      (xiv) Capacity for timely control trans-boundary animal diseases, Vector and vector
             borne diseases and Zoonotic Diseases strengthened
      (xv) A National livestock identification, registration and traceability system an
             OIE/WTO SPS Standard for international livestock trade developed and
             operationalised.


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        (xvi)   Effective utilization of rangelands and empowerment of pastoral institutions,
                improved.
        (xvii) Access to water for livestock, quality veterinary services, dairy and leather
                industries promoted.
        (xviii) Livestock markets and livestock products value addition chain improved
        (xix) Access to support services with particular focus on research and extension
                meeting the needs of farmers, fishermen, foresters and livestock keepers; and
                increase communication and collaboration in delivery of extension services
                improved.
        (xx) Collaborative and sustainable fisheries resources management enhanced.
        (xxi) Fish and sea weed farming products in 6 inland regions and 5 coastal regions
                developed, promoted and linked with market economy.

2.0      PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
2.1      Overall Assessment of Performance and Implementation Status

The overall implementation status of the 4th quarter 2009/2010 is good as compared to the
previous quarters. In this quarter various interventions were implemented in line with the
Ministry’s Action Plan. This implementation was done using both Development and Other
Charges funds from 3rd and 4th Quarters. Development funds were from ASDP Basket Fund,
Local funds, PRSP II, SADC-TADs Project, Livestock Disease Control Project and BSF.

2.2      Achievements of Set Targets

Policies, strategies and regulatory framework for the livestock and fisheries sectors
reviewed and developed

 (i)     The proposal of The Livestock Sector Development Strategy (2010) is formulated and
         submitted to Cabinet Secretariat for approval;
(ii)     10,000 copies of the National Livestock Policy (2006) has been printed and 5,000 copies
         distributed to stakeholders;
(iii)    Livestock Sector stakeholders meeting that articulated among others, on the strategies to
         commercialize the industry held in Dodoma under the Chairmanship of Hon. Prime
         Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania;
(iv)     Five Acts are being formulated. These are: The Grazing Land and Animal Feed
         Resources; The Livestock Identification, Registration and Traceability; The National
         Livestock Research Institute, Central Veterinary Laboratory and the Animal Breeding
         Act;
 (v)     Six (6) regulations have been formulated under Hides, Skins and Leather Trade Act
         No.18 of 2008; four (4) regulations under Animal Welfare Act No. 19 of 2008; two (2)
         regulations under Dairy Industry Act No. 8 of 2004; six (6) regulations under Meat
         Industry Act No.10 of 2006; and Hatcheries and Artificial Insemination; and
(vi)     Regulations under Animal Disease Act 2003 are being formulated.




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Livestock product developed and livestock product value added

  (i)   38 meat producers practicing have been sensitized on feedlotting in Shinyanga and
        Mwanza Regions.
 (ii)   A modern Ruvu Meat Processing Plant is under construction and almost 50% of the work
        is completed;
(iii)   19 motorcycles, 10,500 skinning knives, 3,250 knives sharpeners, were bought and
        distributed to councils implementing The Hides and Skins Development Strategy
(iv)    2,144 livestock keepers, 591 extension officers, 460 skin and hides dealers and 605
        officials from 55 councils were trained on skin and leather improvement.
 (v)    100 officials and 100 milk vendors were trained on milk quality control in order to
        formalize them.
 (vi)   17 standards on milky products were formulated
(vii)   Construction of Buzirayombo Cattle Market is complete and construction of Kirumi –
        Musoma Cattle Market continues. Also, Lumecha, Kizota, Pugu and Mhunze were
        rehabilitated.

Number of improved livestock increased

  (i)   Semen production and cattle insemination has increased
 (ii)   Two LN2 were purchased to strengthen National Artificial Insemination Center (NAIC).
(iii)   Goats and Ships Development Programme was reviewed.

Livestock training institutes and National Livestock Research Institute rehabilitated and
retooled.

  (i)   Buhuri and Mpwapwa Livestock Training Institutes are on process to acquire land tenure
        (certificate of land ownership)
 (ii)   Two types of books (Animal Breeding and Artificial Insemination and Animal Products
        and By - Products) were prepared and disseminated to 6 Livestock Training Institutes.
(iii)   Six Livestock Training Institutes (LITIs), 2 Farmer Training Institutes (FTIs)
        rehabilitated and well equipped with teaching facilities.

CORDEMA research fund (ZARDEF) established and operationalised in all 7 research
zones

  (i)   11 Livestock Research Plans were prepared of which 7 deal with milk, meat, goats and
        ships, chicken, pig and animal resources and 4 deal with Ticks and Warms Borne
        Diseases, Zoonotic Diseases, Epidemic Diseases and various vaccines.
 (ii)   Livestock research information was collected from 3 regions and the process is going on
        in other regions.
(iii)   Zonal Technical Committees (ZTC) was facilitated and ZIELU members were selected
        and facilitated in all zones.
(iv)     349 LGAs staff were trained on participatory research formulation
 (v)    17 researchers participated in 4 meetings to formulate Research Programme




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(vi)        43 Livestock Research projects (ZARDEF) on appropriate technologies and solution to
            Farmer problems are going on in all 7 zones
(vii)       Training on preparation of research programme was conducted to 62 researchers from
            Southern Zone (17), Central Zone (25) and Eastern Zone (20).

Indigenous livestock characterized

  (i)       Research information on indigenous livestock was collected from 11 research centers
            under National Livestock Research Institute –Mpwapwa
 (ii)       Characterization of identified livestock breed sub-types is in progress at all Research
            Centers.
(iii)       Several livestock’s (dairy cattle, beef cattle, indigenous chicken, Ufipa cow, goats, ships
            and pigs) are kept in livestock research centers for characterization studies.
(iv)        Research on pigs’ genetic improvement is going on in Kongwa and Mpwapwa Districts.

Access to support services with particular focus on research and extension meeting the
needs of farmers, fishermen, foresters and livestock keepers; and increase communication
and collaboration in delivery of extension services improved

  (i)       78 radio programmes and 12 video programmes on various topics on livestock husbandry
            were prepared and broadcasted through TBC1 and TBC Taifa.
 (ii)       61 private service providers and 153 LGAs staff from 121 District Councils were trained
            on extension services provision.
(iii)       10,252 livestock keepers were trained on good and commercial livestock husbandry.
(iv)        52,000 fliers (of 13 different types) on dairy cattle keeping, indigenous chicken rearing
            and animal forage were prepared and disseminated
 (v)        Mabuki Farmers Training Center trained 6 livestock farmers on artificial insemination.
            Also, the Center was given one vehicle.

Capacity for timely control trans-boundary animal diseases, Vector and vector borne
diseases and Zoonotic Diseases strengthened

           313,950 doses of Anthrax vaccine; 271,400 doses of Black Quarter vaccine and
            82,221,000 doses of I2 vaccine of New Castle Disease were produced at Central
            Veterinary Laboratory (CVL) Temeke;
           3 million doses of CBPP vaccine procured and 2,445,860 cattle vaccinated against CBPP
            under the Rollback Plan up to February 2010;
           A total of 3.5 million doses of PPR vaccine have been procured under FAO TCP
            initiatives and were distributed to Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Tanga regions. A
            total of 1,820,276 goat and sheep have been vaccinated and vaccination is ongoing;
           Use of Digital pen technology in disease reporting is being used by the districts of
            Dodoma, Hai, Ngorongoro, Monduli, Same, Misenyi, Kyela, Tarime, and Serengeti
            where disease date collection has improved from 40% to 70%;
           500,000 doses of RVF vaccine have been procured and distributed to LGAs; a total of
            100,000 doses of Rabies vaccine have been procured by FAO and distributed to 24
            districts of 5 regions of Dar Es Salaam, Coast, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara. Also 50,000


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            doses of Rabies procured by the Government and distributed to LGAs.

 From 1st April, 2010 to 31st June, 2010, MLDF received a total amount of TShs. 5,699,467,639
 Other Charges (OC) for the implementation of recurrent activities.

   (i)      Meat regulations prepared and Tanzania Dairy Board operationalised
  (ii)      Studies in dairy industry were done, livestock markets were maintained and leather plants
            were visited
 (iii)      Rehabilitation of farm structures at Kitulo, Ngerengere, Sao Hill and NAIC were done.
            One tractor, mower, harrow, Trailer and disk plough were purchased for Sao Hill
 (iv)       Supervision of slaughter facilities conducted in 6 Districts of Kilimanjaro, Arusha and
            Manyara regions.
  (v)       Office equipment, working gear and stationery was procured and distributed to the border
            Zoosanitary check points through the VICs
 (vi)       5 Ethics Inspectors were appointed for Kahama, Kasulu, Serengeti, Mpanda and
            Namtumbo Districts.
(vii)       Follow-up of ethics for private sector contracted to undertake vaccinations of PPR in
            Tanga done.
(viii)      Seminar conducted to 64 ethics Inspectors and Assistant Registrar from LGAs of
            Mwanza, Kagera, Shinyanga, Mara, Kigoma, Tabora, Iringa, Mbeya Rukwa and Ruvuma
            regions
 (ix)       Procurement of 400,000 doses of Rabies vaccine undertaken by WHO for the Rabies
            Control project to be implemented in 5 regions.
  (x)       Purchase of 7 postmortem kits, 12, 000 dog collars and seven vaccination kits
            undertaken.
 (xi)       Epidemic surveillance undertaken by all the seven VICs in their respective zones.
(xii)       Procurement of 3.5 million doses of PPR vaccine under FAO TCP undertaken and
            3,096,022 goats and sheep vaccinated in the regions of Manyara, Dodoma Singida,
            Kilimanjaro and Tanga.

 2.3 Outcomes
  Quality of beef has increased especially for cattle coming from the Lake and Central Zone
     due to the use of feedlot system which has increased by 20% (from 62,000 cattle fattened in
     2008/2009 VS 74,400 cattle fattened in year 2009/2020.

        Central Veterinary Laboratory (CVL) has strengthen her research capacity, by acquiring the
         state of art facilities (molecular based research equipment); consequently CVL managed to
         isolate the Rift Valley fever (RVF) virus instead of sending it abroad for isolation.

        CVL has managed to produce the following vaccines: 313,950 doses of Anthrax vaccine;
         271,400 doses of Black quarter vaccine; 82 million doses of I2 vaccine of New Castle
         Disease because of being retooled.

        A modern abattoir is under construction at Ruvu Ranch and about 30% of the work is
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     Export of meat was increased by 15%, while milk processing has increased from 88,940
      liters per day (2008/09) to 110,000 liters per day (2009/10) which is 20% increase

     Research outcomes shows that improved chicken if fed properly lay 60- 70 eggs per year
      compared to local chicken that lay 40 eggs per annum under local/normal management.

     Research on increase slaughter weight of indigenous beef cattle from 250 kg to 450 kg at 4
      years of age continued, tomato the research shows that, the weight of indigenous beef has
      reached 400 kg at the age of 4 years.

2.4 Implementation challenges

Despite the afore-mentioned recorded achievements, the livestock sector still experiencing the
following challenges:-

(i)    Enhancing the commercialization of the livestock industry while at the same time
       increasing per capita consumption of livestock products;
(ii)   Satisfying market requirements in terms of volume, quality and sanitary needs including
       livestock traceability;
(iii) Adoption of improved technologies to improve production and productivity;
(iv)   Enhancing capacity to control existing and newly emerging livestock diseases;
(v)    Developing agri-business sector to provide employment opportunities;
(vi)   Ensuring the availability of participatory, cost effective and demand driven livestock
       services including training of extension officers;
(vii) Changing livestock farmers’ attitude from traditional to commercial livestock farming;
(viii) Building capacity of stakeholders including pastoralists on environmental protection and
       sustainable livestock farming; and
(ix)   Availability of grazing land and infrastructure.

3.0      Financial Performance

During the 4th Quarter (1st April 2010 to 31st June 2010), MLDF received a total of Tshs
4,961,497,503 for implementing ASDP activities. 0ut of these Tshs 1,975,000,000 was Local
fund and Tshs 2,986,497,503 from ASDP Basket Fund. In this fiscal year a total of Tsh. Tsh.
11,878,203,335.57 was disbursed and a total of Tsh. 11,783,266,000 (99.85%) was spent from
ASDP Basket Fund. Also, a total of TShs. 23,143,110,402 was disbursed from other
projects which include MACEMP, Livestock Disease Control, BFFS, EMMA and PSRP II Tsh,
17,695,000 local Fund and Tsh. 32,915,000 from ASDP Basket Fund was not spent out of the
total disbursed amount in fiscal year 2009/2010.

         3.1 Disbursement Status

In this period (1st April 2010 to 31st June 2010), the MLDF received a total of TShs.
1,975,000,000 as Local fund and Tshs 2,986,497,503 from ASDP Basket Fund. Total fund
disbursed in this financial year is Tsh. 11,878,203,335.57 out of this Tsh. 5,320,900,200 from
ASDP Basket Fund and Tsh. 6,512,976,000 from local fund. Table 1a and 1b shows status of


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disbursement and expenditure during the period under review as well as cumulative
disbursement.

3.2    Financial Expenditure

4th Quarter (1st April 2010 to 31st June 2010 a total of TShs. 5,950,059,000 was spend for
implementing different activities. The funds spent include TShs. 3,432,159,000 from Local fund,
TShs. 2,517,900,000 from ASDP Basket Fund. (Table 1a and 1b) in this fiscal year a total of
Tsh. 11,783,266,000 (99.85%) was spent of which TShs. 6,495,281,000 (99.73%) was local
fund and Tsh. 5,287,985,000 (99.38%) was from ASDP Basket Fund.




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  Summary of disbursed and expenditure of ASDP Basket fund from 1st April, 2010 to 31st June, 2010 (Tshs'000)


SUB                           APPROVED BUDGET DISBURSEMENT         EXPENDITURE 4TH CUMULATIVE           CUMULATIVE
VOTE     SUB VOTE NAME        2009/2010           4TH QTR          QTR               DISBURSEMENT       EXPENDITURE
CODE                          LOCAL     FOREIGN LOCAL     FOREIGN LOCAL     FOREIGN LOCAL     FOREIGN   LOCAL      FOREIGN
1003   Policy & Planning        180,000   118,047       -        -  200,000   82,555  150,000   118,047    146,000   108,591
       Research, Training
1004                          1,999,980   2,503,940   500,000 1,611,153     800,000   475,725   1,450,000   2,503,940   1,447,577    2,497,816
        and Extension
       National Livestock
1006                          1,300,000    711,606    300,000   404,631     353,971   139,709   1,100,000    711,606    1,100,000      711,606
       Institute Mpwapwa
7001   Veterinary Service       999,996    550,340     50,000           -   424,588   159,070    899,996     550,340      899,996      547,222
       Identification,
7002   Registration and         249,900    184,468          -   119,355     120,000    30,291    249,900     184,468      249,666      183,522
       Traceability
       Pastoral Systems
7003                            400,000    251,260     50,000   219,733     170,000     1,860    250,000     251,260      249,671      245,718
       Development
       Central Veterinary
7004                            913,810    492,539    500,000   133,944     507,600    31,905    853,810     492,539      843,305      485,690
       Laboratories
       Livestock Production
8001                          2,320,000    508,700    575,000   322,591     856,000    61,169   1,559,270    508,700     1,559,066     507,820
       and Marketing
GRAND TOTAL                   7,324,298   5,920,310 1,975,000 2,811,407 3,432,159     982,284   6,512,976   5,102,721    6,512,976    5,102,721




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Summary of disbursed and expenditure Other Development Project fund from 1st April, 2010 to 31st June, 2010 (TSHS '000)


SUB                                        APPROVED BUDGET              DISBURSEMENT          EXPENDITURE 4TH          CUMULATIVE                CUMULATIVE
                       PRO                     2009/2010                   4TH QTR                 QTR                DISBURSEMENT               EXPENDITURE
VOT    SUB VOTE               PROJECT
                       JECT
 E     NAME                    NAME                                                FOREI                  FOREIG                 FOREIG
                        NO                 LOCAL        FOREIGN        LOCAL                  LOCAL                  LOCAL                   LOCAL       FOREIGN
NO                                                                                  GN                      N                      N
       Administratio
1001                   6284    PRSP II        0          124,627.3        0           0                   19,540.2      0        123,718.6      0        25,695.2
       n General
       Policy &
1003                   6284    PRSP II        0           72,100.0        0           0          0        39,171.0      0        72,000.0       0        52,799.2
       Planning
                              Livestock
       Veterinary
7001                   4540    Disease    237,000.0     3,358,852.6       0        94,240.0      0        3,075.0       0        121,920.0      0        20,749.5
       Service
                               Control

       Fisheries
9001                   6501   MACEAMP     1,000,000.0   9,652,590.0    200,000.0      0       262,650.3      0       514,089.1      0        479,667.0      0
       Department


9002   Aquaculture     6501   MACEMP      360,124.0      339,500.0     100,000.0      0       151,468.6      0       244,512.9      0        237,745.7      0

GRAND TOTAL                               1,597,124     13,547,669.9   300,000     94,240.0   414,118.9   61,786.2   758,602.0   317,638.6   717,412.7   99,243.9




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4.0    Procurement Status
       For effective implementation of the planned activities for the fiscal year 2009/2010, the
       MLDF has prepared a procurement plan and informed the public through General
       Procurement Notice.

Status of goods and services procured for MLDF 2009/2010


                  Planned Good and              Amount
Sub Vote                                                      Status          Remarks
                  Services                      (Tshs’000)
                                                                              Further
                                                                              rehabilitations
                  Procurement of services
                                                                              needed to allow the
                  of rehabilitation of 8                      Work in
1004                                            377,620                       institute to
                  classroon, 7 hostels, one                   progress
                                                                              accommodate the
                  dinning hall for 6 LITIs
                                                                              intended 2000
                                                                              students annually
                                                              Procured
                  Procurement of 3 tractors
                                                              Procured
                  6 motorcycles
                                                              Procured
1006              1 bailer and 1 mower
                                                                              Will be used to train
                  Procurement of one                                          farmers on improved
                                                12,500        Procured
                  incubator                                                   local chicken
                                                                              husbandry.
                  procurement of 3,000,000
                                                554,980       Done            A waiting delivery
                  doses of CBPP vaccine
                  9 vehicles and 14             718,000       Done            Motorcycles already
                  motorcycles                                                 delivered
                                                                              Vehicles a waiting
                                                                              delivery
                  Procurement of 3,500,000                    Procured        A total of 1,820,276
                  doses of PPR vaccine                                        sheep and goats
                                                                              vaccinated and the
7001
                                                                              exercise is on going.
                  Procurement FMD, PPR                        Procured        The kits were
                  and RVF Kits                                                allocated to VIC
                                                                              Mwanza.
                  procurement of 100,000        554,980       Procured        Distributed to LGAs
                  doses of Rabies vaccine
                  9 vehicles and 14             718,000       Procured        Vehicles and
                  motorcycles                                                 Motorcycles
                                                                              distributed to VIC


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                  Planned Good and             Amount
Sub Vote                                                    Status        Remarks
                  Services                     (Tshs’000)
                                                                          and Zoosanitary
                                                                          Check Points
                                                                          respectively.
                  Procurement of 500,000                    Procured      Distributed to LGAs
                  doses of RVF vaccine.


                  Purchase and installation 600,000         Procurement   The plant will be
                  of two Liquid Nitrogen                    was done      distributed to Central
                  Plants                                                  Zone (Dodoma) and
                                                                          Eastern         Zone
                                                                          (Kibaha)
                  Purchase and installation 600,000         Procurement   The plant will be
                  of two Liquid Nitrogen                    was done      distributed to Central
8001              Plants                                                  Zone (Dodoma) and
                                                                          Eastern         Zone
                                                                          (Kibaha)
                  Procurement of two (2)                    done          Distributed to LMUs
                  tractors, one (1) trailer,
                  one (1) disk plough, one
                  (1) bailer, one (1) mower
                  and 2 motorbike

5.0    Way Forward

5.1    Areas of improvement/actions
Timely disbursement of funds needs to be adhered so as to enhance smooth implementation of
scheduled activities.

5.2    ASDP Activities for the Fiscal Year 2010/2011
5.2.1 Policy and Planning

           Strengthen ASDP Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and support TWG
            Participate in monitoring and supervision of DADPs implementation
           Facilitate Agriculture Sector Review (ASR), Public Expenditure Review (PER),
            Joint ASDP implementation Review and special studies
           Retool DPP Office with adequate working facilities
           Train 10 DPP staff on policy analysis, budgeting, programme and information
            management
           Disseminate National Livestock Policy of 2006 and National Fisheries Policy 1997




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         Disseminate Livestock Sector Development Strategy and prepare Development
          Programme
         Train 2 technical staff on gender aspects
         Build capacity of 20 Accounts Staff in Public Sector Accounting Standards
          (PSAS), ICT and Financial Management
         Facilitate training of 10 PMU staffs to manage ASDP Procurement Plan by 2013
         Prepare 4 livestock industry legislation
         Conduct tailor made courses for 2 Legal Unit Staff on livestock reforms and
          regulations
         Improve advocacy of MLDF Policies, Strategies, Programmes and Services
          Conduct tailor made courses for 2 ICE staff on communication and technology
          aspects
         Develop and maintain livestock databank
         Train 4 Staff on data management and ICT use in Government
         Facilitate Livestock census conducted

5.2.2 Research, Training & Extension
         Review curricula to fisheries Training Institute and prepare four livestock
          instructional materials
         Conduct TOT for 100 LGA livestock staff in Farmers Field Schools
         Facilitate 15 Tutors to attend MSC ( 12) PhD (3) short courses and study tours
         Facilitate 8 Extension staffs to attend MSC, short courses study tours
         Conduct backstopping /retraining to District Fisheries staffs
         Facilitate Kikulula , Rorya and Mabuki FTCs to Train400 Farmers
         Develop and disseminate 6 Livestock Guidelines/ plans for Extension providers in
          livestock farming
         Provide Technical Backstopping to LGAs on ASPs contracting and facilitation of
          PPPs
         Facilitate Agricultural TWGs in Planning and review
         Innovations from Regional Dairy center of Excellence studied, tested and up-scaled
         Disseminate Improved technologies on dairy cattle as spill over from Regional
          Dairy Centre 0f Excellency
         Facilitate Acquisition of and Preparation of Farmers Teaching aid (1cinema Scenes)
         Facilitate TAFIRI to Conduct Fisheries Research
         Facilitate12 Researchers to attend PhD and MSc courses
         Fisheries Research Agenda developed
         CORDEMA mainstreamed at all zones as per ASDP
         ZARDEF activities conducted in all zones as per ASDP
         Operationalize Zonal Research Committees (ZRC) and ZaTCs
         Operationalize ZIELU in 7 livestock zones
         Strengthen livestock research coordination
         Rehabilitate and retool DRTE offices
         Rehabilitate and retool6 LITIS and 2 FTIS




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5.2.3 National Livestock Research Institute

          Identify and characterize livestock breed sub-types
          Conduct studies on potential indigenous pasture and forage species in different
           ecological zones
          Introduce and evaluate promising indigenous and exotic pasture and forage species
          Develop technologies for pasture and forage management, conservation and
           utilization
          Develop technologies that increase slaughter weight of indigenous cattle
           Develop animal breeding techniques for dairy cattle in Tanga and Southern
           highlands regions
           Develop and disseminate technologies on dairy products handling and processing
           to enhance marketing
           Develop and disseminate feeds and feeding systems technologies
          Develop cost effective breeding techniques to improve productivity of sheep and
           goats
          Develop feeding packages for poultry using locally available feed resources
           Develop cost effective breeding techniques to improve productivity of indigenous
           pigs
          Build, rehabilitate and retool National Livestock Research Institute


5.2.4 Veterinary Services
          Establish two disease free zones/compartments annually to facilitate commodity
           based trade
          Strengthen three quarantine stations
          Implement Rollback CBPP Vaccination Programme
          Promote and facilitate community based Tsetse and Trypanosomes Programme in
           five regions

5.2.5 Identification, Registration and Traceability

          Implement livestock identification and registration system in the traditional and
           commercial livestock production system
          Train livestock field staff on the national livestock identification, registration and
           traceability system components

5.2.6 Pastoral Systems Development
          Strengthen Pasture Seed Farms for Dairy Centre of Excellency
          Inventorize developed water sources for livestock in regions and construct six
           medium scale water dams
          Develop guidelines and standards on charcoal construction, operations and
           maintenance for individual livestock farmers
          Develop web based livestock early warning system


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           Participate in District land use plan
           Facilitate collection of data and information for the preparation of Grazing land
            Management Master Plan
           Rehabilitate and retool eight pasture seed producing farms

5.2.7 Central Veterinary Laboratories
           Develop, test, produce and evaluate livestock vaccines and Ethno-veterinary
            therapies
           Conduct studies on tick and tsetse population dynamics, epidemiology of vector
            borne diseases and control of echnoccososis/hydatidosis, viral and bacterial diseases
            in the country
           Assess acaricide residues in milk and meat, conduct studies on quality assurance for
            food of animal origin
           Develop and introduce laboratory quality management system by June 2011
           Adopt and evaluate molecular biological diagnostic test
           Construct, rehabilitate, retool and equip CVL, Kibaha, TTRI -Tanga and Kigoma
            with necessary working facilities
           Establish CVL Agency
            Develop Dairy Health Management Technological Packages for Tanga and
            Southern Highlands region
           Conduct studies on quality assurance for livestock feeds and food of animal origin
           Assess acaricide residues in milk and meat

5.2.8 Animal Production and Marketing
           Facilitate NARCO to construct Ruvu Meat Processing Plant and Abattoir
           Rehabilitate, retool and restock five LMU's
           Conduct studies for Dairy Centre of Excellence on dairy production, processing
            and marketing annually and small stock stakeholders
           Facilitate the use of cattle weighing scales in secondary and border livestock
            markets

5.2.9 Veterinary Council of Tanzania
           Prepare and disseminate guidelines for the establishment of veterinary facilities
           Prepare and disseminate guidelines for the establishment of veterinary facilities
           Inventorise and retain livestock service providers in seven disease surveillance
            zones
           Sensitize and provide regulatory guidelines for contracting out veterinary services
           Collect and disseminate veterinary professional information to stakeholders
           Build capacity of LGAs to inspect and enforce veterinary professional ethics
           Promote professional communication among various categories of service providers



Detailed implementation status is shown in Annex 5.



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      VOTE 44:          MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND MARKETING


1. INTRODUCTION

The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing co - ordinates implementation of Marketing and
Private Sector Development (M&PSD) Component. The component is designed to deal with
the development of: private marketing system and farmer empowerment; improving agricultural
marketing regulatory regimes; and agricultural marketing policy and public expenditure
analysis. In order to meet these objectives, MITM set achievable targets and resources were
allocated to undertake various activities.

During 2009/2010 Financial Year, TShs. 1,393,385,000 were approved to implement Marketing
and Private Sector Development Component. The amount released to the fourth quarter is TShs.
1,393,385,000 and cumulative expenditure to the fourth quarter is TShs. 1,393,384,948.
Expenditure for the fourth quarter is TShs. 685,824,031.

2. PHYSICAL PROGRESS

2.1 Overall Assessment of Performance and Implementation Status

Most of activities in the first quarter were not implemented effectively as planned due to ate
disbursement of fund. Policy and regulatory frameworks were reviewed, scaling up of good
agricultural marketing practices were undertaken including introduction/promotion of
warehouse receipt system in sunflower, and support to the private sector in undertaking
marketing functions.

2.2         Summary of Key Planned Targets

      (i)    Facilitate EAC and other regional agriculture marketing related standards,
             certification, SPS, HACCP, MRL and traceability.
      (ii) Develop measures to address adverse effects of public interventions in marketing e.g.
             strategic grain reserve, export ban in grain/livestock and cross-border trade.
      (iii) Monitor and evaluate commodity marketing performance of WRS and Contract
             Farming.
      (iv) Finalise agricultural marketing strategy.
      (v) Review two agricultural marketing legislations and accompanying regulation.
      (vi) Brand/promote agricultural products in domestic, regional and international markets
             through trade missions, expos, trade fairs, and exhibitions.
      (vii) Promote and up-scale WRS in sunflower and other crops.
      (viii) Facilitate adaptation and scaling up of contract farming.
      (ix) Coordinate and facilitate ASDP Agriculture Marketing & Private Sector Development
             TWG activities.
      (x) Establish agricultural marketing baseline (commodity marketing profiles, food
             security, farm storage and processing).
      (xi) Collect, process and disseminate market information service delivery (domestic,
             regional and international market intelligence)
      (xii) Review of Agricultural Marketing sub component
      (xiii) Develop integrated marketing centres in Makambako and Segera (business profile &
             investment meetings)
      (xiv) Build capacity of private actors and service providers (TAHA, HODECT, ACT,
             MVIWATA, TALMETA, TAMPA, etc.) in marketing chain and agribusiness
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   (xv) Capacity building to public staff on Agricultural Marketing and related knowledge
   (xvi) Monitor and evaluate the implementation status of ASDP activities.

2.3 Achievement of the Set Targets

   (i)    Border markets survey conducted in all border markets in Mtwara, Ruvuma, Mbeya,
          Rukwa, Kigoma, Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Tanga Regions and Strategic border
          markets in all border districts identified. TBS has opened offices in Horohoro, Tanga
          port, Holili and Sirari to strengthen quality inspection of imported goods.
   (ii) Proposals for developing strategic border markets in Kagera and Mara Regions for the
          border Districts of Misenyi, Karagwe, Ngara, Tarime and Rorya prepared.
          Development of these markets to be done through DASIP and other initiatives.
          Furthermore, Business community/groups in Tunduma, Kyela, Sirari, Shirati, Mtukula
          sensitised in registration and formalisation of trade.
   (iii) The performance of Warehouse Receipt System during 2009/10 marketing season for
          sunflower, coffee, maize, paddy and cashew nut improved in terms of price received
          by farmers.
   (iv) A draft Agricultural Marketing Strategy prepared
   (v) Regulation on the use of steel yard scales in cotton buying reviewed and a one year
          period extension granted to allow procurement of approved weighing scales in cotton
          buying. All steel yard weighing scales in cotton buying certified by WMA.
   (vi) Construction of Nane Nane pavillion at Nzuguni- Dodoma undertaken. Facilitated
          entrepreneurs to participate in Ndola exhibition – Zambia, DTIF and Shangai Expo
          2010.
   (vii) Preparations to introduce use of Warehouse Receipt System in sim sim in Lindi
          Region finalised. Standards for the crop that will be used in System obtained from
          TBS. A strategy to introduce Warehouse Receipt System in Coffee in Kagera region
          prepared.
   (viii) An action for up scaling good agricultural marketing practices including contract
          marketing/processing prepared.
   (ix) Whole sale and retail price Information for major food crops and agricultural inputs
          collected, processed and disseminated to various stakeholder. Wholesale prices were
          collected three times a week, retail prices collected two times a month while
          agricultural inputs prices were collected on monthly basis. Livestock Market
          Information collected, processed and disseminated to stakeholders through
          newspapers, website and SMS.
   (x) Market monitors (crop and livestock) and Trade Officers trained on collection,
          analysis and dissemination of whole sale and retail market information. Working gears
          provided to market monitors. Market information on regional and preferential markets
          such as EAC, AGOA, EAC-EPA and SAD prepared and disseminated to stakeholders/
          trade missions.
   (xi) Marketing and Private Sector Development guidelines finalised, translated to swahili
          and circulated to M&PSD TWG members. Dissemination to DFTs to be undertaken
          during 2010/2011 first quarter.
   (xii) Strategies for developing border markets to facilitate fruitful entry into the common
          Market identified.
   (xiii) A Bilateral Agreement between Tanzania and Zambia to develop One Stop Border
          Post at Tunduma/Nakonde border signed on 07th June 2010.
   (xiv) Two staff continued to attend long course on Marketing and Business Administration
          (UDSM). One staff continued to attend PhD training abroad.
   (xv) An Agricultural Marketing Forum has been formulated.
   (xvi) Consultant (BACAS) has started work to update agribusiness directory.

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   (xvii)One staff attended a training on export marketing strategies
   (xviii) One 4WD vehicle and one server for M&E system procured. M&E framework
         finalised.


2.4 Outcome
 Improved producer prices for agricultural commodities as a result of use of Warehouse
    Receipt System, eg. Producer price of cashew nuts increased from TShs. 400/kg in 2005/06
    to TShs. 700/kg in 2009/10.
 Reduced marketing costs and post harvest losses due to improved storage structures, rural
    roads, market centres,
 Quality of produce marketed improved (eg. over 90% of the marketed cashew for t
    2007/2008 – 2009/2010 marketing seasons were grade one as compared to 75% in
    2006/2007).
 Financing in crop marketing improved in cashew, paddy, coffee, sunflower, and maize
    marketing through Warehouse Receipt System. CRDB, NMB and Kilimajaro Commercial
    Bank (KCB) are the three major Commercial Banks financing the above crops.
 Capacity of MITM staff to monitor and evaluate marketing activities improved.

2.5 Implementation challenges and constraints
Implementation of Marketing and Private Sector Development component face the following
implementation challenges:
   (i) Linkage and coordination of marketing actors at local level in implementing
        agricultural marketing activities

3. FINANCIAL REPORT

3.1 Disbursement Status

Amount approved for MITM to implement ASDP for FY 2009/10 is TShs. 1,393,385,000
whereas amount released in the fourth quarter TShs. 159,927,900 compared to third quarter of
TShs. 456,759,482. Total cumulative releases and expenditures are TShs. 1,393,385,000 and
TShs. 1,393,384,948 respectively.

3.3 Financial Expenditure by Activity
The detailed financial progress report is attached.

3.2 Procurement

To the end of fourth quarter MITM has procured one 4 WD vehicle, one server, five desk top
computers, two lap top computers, one heavy duty printer and office consumables.

4. WAY FORWARD

4.1 Area for Improvement.

   (i)    To include Trade Officers in the District Facilitation Team
   (ii)   To disseminate guideline for Agriculture Marketing and Private Sector Development
          to all LGAs

Annex 1 gives the detailed implementation status through ASDP Basket Fund.

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VOTE 49: MINISTRY OF WATER AND IRRIGATION (MoWI)

1.0 .   Introduction

The Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MoWI) through the Irrigation and Technical Services
Department implements the Irrigation sub component of the Agricultural Sector Development
Programme (ASDP). Irrigation activities are undertaken at the national level while at the district
level activities are being implemented under the umbrella of the Local Government Authorities
(LGAs) through District Agricultural Development Plans (DADPs).The Department total
development budget for financial year 2009/2010 was Tshs 17, 819,312,000/= while the budget
for recurrent charges (OC) was Tshs 815, 110,000/=. From the planned development budget
Tshs 13,164,697,000/= was for local funds expenditure, while TShs. 4,654,615,000 /= was of
foreign funds. During the quarter under review, a total of Tshs 9,330,589,375/= was required to
be disbursed for development expenditure but only TShs 4,198,072,557/= was disbursed
deriving a deficit of TShs. 5,442,516,818/=.

1.1Key Planned Targets.
During financial year 2009/2010 the Department focused towards achieving a major target of
increasing area under Irrigation from 310,745 to 338,471 and also promotion of public and
private investment in irrigated Agriculture by June 2010. The specific key targets included the
following:
     To increase area under irrigation by 27,726 hectares in 7 irrigation zones of Mbeya,
        Mtwara, Mwanza, Morogoro, Kilimanjaro, Central and Tabora.
     Facilitate private sector towards investment in the development of irrigated agriculture.
     Promotion of irrigation technologies which are of efficient use of water and increasing
        productivity.
     To strengthen the capacity of the Department for effective implementation of planned
        activities and targets.
     Improvement of human resources for provision of better irrigation services.


2.0 .   Physical Performance

2.1.    Overall Assessment of Performance and Implementation Status

The progress of performance up to the end of quarter four was good. The overall cumulative
achievements for financial year 2009/2010 reached 75% of implementation for the major
planned target of developing a total of 27,726 hectares under improved irrigation infrastructures
of which 20,745 hectares were developed. In addition the cumulative achievement reached
89.4% for the planned target of developing 160,000 hectares under feasibility study and design
of which 143,040 hectares were developed.

2.2     Summary of Key Achievements of Set Targets (By components)

A total of 45 schemes which cover 20,745 hectares were developed and completed through
rehabilitation and construction of irrigation infrastructure. The intervention for development of
irrigation infrastructure was implemented in the irrigation schemes and respective irrigation
zones as follows:


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    Kilimanjaro Zone: Mang’ola (1450 ha) construction of main canal completed 100%, construction
    of flood bund 500m reached 70% and development of farm roads of 100 meters completed;
    Makeresho (650 hectares) Weir and Headwork construction reached 40%, main canal
    construction 520m completed (60%) of target. Kimwangamao scheme (2000 Hectares) Weir and
    Headwork construction reached 70%, Musa Mwinjanga (676 hectares) Weir is completed,
    Mahande (160Hectare) development of irrigation infrastructures completed.

    Mwanza Zone -Mbarika Scheme (52 Ha) installation of the pump and pipe laying was
    completed, Mwamalili Scheme (300 ha) the main canal 400 Metres,weir and headwork completed
    by 100%. For the case of Maliwanda Scheme (400 ha) construction reached 60%., while Baraki
    scheme (40 Ha) construction works reached 90%

    Morogoro Zone: Mbalagwe Scheme (200 ha) construction is 100% completed, Dakawa Scheme
    (2,720 ha) the excavation of the main canal and secondary canal completed while for Ruvu
    scheme(720 Hectares) rehabilitation of canal for 700 Meters was undertaken.

    Mtwara zone: Njoomlole Scheme (500 ha), Namatuhi Scheme (220 ha), Mchomolo Scheme (150
    ha), Ngongowele Scheme (230 ha),Makondeko(120 Ha) construction works for main canals and
    diversion weirs were completed.

    Mbeya Zone: Kasyabone/Kisegese (470Hectares) construction of main canal 4,450 Meters, 15
     water drop structures and water conveyance structure of 64 Meters completed ; Ikumbilo Chitete
     (270 Hectares) construction of Weir and flood protection bund 140 Meters completed; Ifumbo
     (200 Hectares) construction of main canal 2,160 Meters done. Other scheme interventions are
     Cherehani Mkoga(320 Hectares)construction and excavation of 500meters main canal completed
     along with 16 canal drainage structures; Magozi (300 hectares) construction of main canal of 200
     Meters done, Uruwira (350 hectares) lining of main canal by 400 meters and dam rehabilitation
     done.
    As regards Mgololo scheme (500 Ha) construction of the main canal and tertiary structures
     continued and Headwork’s has been completed; Ipwasi Ndorobo(300 Ha) construction of
     distribution and cross drainage structures; Tungamalenga(250 Ha) Headwork’s and excavation of
     main canal 3,000M completed.

    Tabora zone: Rungwe Mpya Scheme (500 ha) in which construction of diversion Weir and canal
     completed by 100%; Nyaronga Scheme (153 ha) intake and weir completed by 100%; main,
     secondary and tertiary canals completed 100%, Mkuti Scheme (100 ha) construction of headwork
     and main, secondary canal are 100% completed and overall scheme progress reached 80%; Titye
     Scheme (100 ha) construction of secondary canal reached 80%, main canal 100% and headwork
     at 100% while water control structures reached 85%.

    Construction works for 6 dams continued and reachead at various stages as follows; Msoga in
     Morogoro zone (Bagamoyo District) was completed; Misozwe in Kilimanjaro zone (Muheza
     District) reached 50% and is expected to be completed at the mid of financial year 2010/2011.
     Construction works for the dam of Ulyanyama (200 Ha) (Sikonge District) was also completed
     and now on farm irrigation infrastructures construction are underway. As regards construction
     works for the dam of Kahama Nkhalanga in (Nzega District) overall progress reached 30% while
     Itumbiko dam in (Kibondo District) Tabora zone completed and Budushi dam (Nzega) is also
     completed. However, during the same quarter implementation works for the dams of Kasese
     (Sumbawanga) and Mwamapuli (Sumbawanga) also continued and will continue to be developed
     during the next fiscal year.



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   Feasibility studies for 65 irrigation schemes for enabling development a total area for irrigation of
    143,040 hectares has been undertaken and is in different stages of study. The design of 7 dams
    and 10 irrigation schemes also has been undertaken in irrigation zones. This achievement reached
    89.4% of the annual planned target which was 80 schemes of 160,000 hectares..

   The Ministry completed the preparation of The National Irrigation Policy. The preparation of the
    National Irrigation Strategy for the development of irrigation interventions and Irrigation Act is
    continuing.

   The Ministry completed the preparation of the Technical Guidelines for irrigation development at
    district level and distributed to all mainland District councils.

   Supervision of the consultant (SMEC) engaged to carry out the preparation of the Strategic
    Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA) continued. The preparation of the inception report
    on SESA has been completed and stakeholder comments on the report have been accommodated
    in the report.

   Thirty (30) irrigation technical staffs were trained on short and long courses in agriculture,
    irrigation management and technologies both in the country and abroad in the following countries
    Misri, Japan, South Africa, China, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Korea, Turkey, Sudan and India.

   A total of 510 farmers were trained on irrigation development interventions out of which 250
    were trained on establishment and strengthening Irrigators organizations in 7 irrigation zones.
    This training was undertaken by involvement of institutions such as Kilimanjaro Agricultural
    Training Centre (KATC) in Kilimanjaro Zone and Igurusi in Mbeya zone. In addition a total of
    260 smallholder farmers were trained on Rain water harvesting technology, water management
    and scheme operation/ maintenance in 7 zones

   A total of 16 demonstration centers were established for promotion and utilization of irrigation
    water saving technologies such as drip irrigation systems in Irrigation Zones and various
    instutions including secondary schools. The number of centers and respective zones are
    Kilimanjaro(6),Morogoro(2),Tabora(5) and Mbeya (3). Also drip irrigation technology pilot
    farms has been established in Iringa,Chamwino,and Moshi Rural District councils for small
    holder farmers operations.

    2.3.     Summary of Key Outcome through Irrigated Agriculture.

   Increase in irrigated area from 310,745 Hectares during financial year 2009/2010 to 331,490
    hectares by June,2010 which is 20,745 Hectares developed at the end of the year.
   Increase in levels of crop production due to development of irrigation infrastructure compared
    with production before irrigation interventions. The average production per hectare for some
    crops in among of the irrigation schemes increased from 2 to 5 tones for paddy; 5 to 18 tones for
    tomatoes in Igomelo scheme (Mbarali),Mbeya; 1.5 to 4 tones in Mombo scheme
    (Korogwe),Tanga; and 13 to 26 tones for onions in Mang’ola scheme (Karatu),Arusha.
   Increase of farming seasons from one to two or three seasons in a calendar year. This enabled the
    increase of cropping intensity from 100 to 300 percent.
   Dramatic improve in irrigation infrastructure resulting into increase of irrigation efficiency from
    20 to 35 percent.
   Increase in use of irrigation technology utilization including treadle and wind pumps in
    Kilimanjaro,Morogoro,Mwanza,Mbeya and Mtwara Irrigation zones. Also establishment of drip


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      irrigation technology pilot farms in Iringa,Chamwino,and Moshi Rural District councils and
      Arusha,Dodoma,Mbeya,Morogoro Nanenane centers.
     Increase of income and improved standard of living specifically for the rural farmers. The
      changes of acquired income due to irrigated agriculture has resulted increased purchasing powers
      for improved livelihood including construction of better houses in the scheme areas.

      2.4.     Implementation challenges and constraints.

       A total of TShs. 17,819,312,000/= was planned for disbursement since Quarter one to four.
        However, only TShs. 12,376,795,182/= was actually disbursed at the end of Quarter four out
        of which Tshs 7,742,000,000/= are in local funds and Tshs 4,634,795,182/= are foreign funds.
        This trend of allocation gives a deficit of Tsh. 5,442,516,818 up to the end of quarter four.
        The inadequate and untimely release of the funds including funds from District Irrigation
        Development Funds (DIDF) was a major challenge and constraint towards achievement of
        planned activities as required in the action plan.

       Inadequate equipment, facilities and required number of professional staff at national level
        especially at Zonal irrigation units level

       The low capacity at the district level has been subjecting delays in physical implementation of
        irrigation development interventions;

       Low capacity of the private sector in implementing irrigation interventions.

3.0          Financial Report

      3.1      Disbursement Status

      During the period under review, a total of Tshs 9,330,589,375/= was required for disbursement
      including unreleased funds since quarter one. However only a total of Tshs 4,198,072,557/= was
      disbursed during the the quarter under review. This trend of allocation leads to the deficit of Tshs
      5,442,516,818/= up to the end of quarter four.

      3.2      Financial Expenditure by Activity.

      The actual expenditure during the Quarter under review amounts to Tshs 4,198,072,557/= of
      which Tshs 2,600,000,000/= was local funds and Tshs 1,598,072,557 was foreign funds. The
      cumulative expenditure up to the fourth quarter was Tshs 12,376,795,182/= as indicated in the
      Appendix for the detailed expenditure by activity. Out of the total cumulative expenditure
      amount, a total of TShs. 7,742,000,000/= was in local funds while TShs. 4,634,795,182/= was in
      foreign funds.

      3.3      Cash Flow Forecast
      A total of unreleased funds amounting TShs. 5,442,516,818/= is required for the completion of
      planned activities as initially required in the annual action plan. This amount includes funds
      which was not released since quarter one up to the fourth quarter.

      4 Procurement Status.

      4.1 National Level
      Procurement for the required various equipment and facilities was undertaken since quarter one to
      four by involving the seven Irrigation zones and Irrigation Headquarters. This includes purchase
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of stationeries through recurrent funds, purchase of tools and spare parts for repair of 13 irrigation
heavy equipment against the target of 15 heavy equipments, a set of specialized instruments,
procurement of office facilities including computers mostly by using development funds both in
local and foreign funds.
4.2 Local Level
 Procurement of equipment and facilities at local level for irrigation development undertaken in
the seven irrigation zones including purchase of 11 sets of specialized instruments as compared to
9 sets during quarter three as well as computer facilities through development funds while
stationeries and other office operation requirements example sundry items, utilities,
communication services were carried through recurrent funds.

The overall status of implementation for procurements under ASDP -Irrigation component during
the financial year 2009/2010 is indicated below:

 Department       code     Description           Estimated         Status         Remarks
                                                 Budget
                  CIVIL WORKS
 4486-            IR-   Contract works           2,921,475,000     Tender         Phase one
 Irrigation       WI-   for rehabilitation                         process        payments has
                  17    of Irrigation                              completed      been done. The
                        schemes and                                and            other phase
                        construction of                            construction   payments has
                        dams                                       was            not been done
                                                                   underway.      due to deficit of
                                                                                  funds.
                CONSULTANCY SERVICES
                 IR-   Consultancy         71,700,000              The tender     Phase one
                 C1-12 services on                                 process has    payments has
                       Strategic                                   been           been done.
                       Environmental                               completed
                       and Social                                  and
                       Assessment                                  implementat
                       (SESA) and                                  ion is
                       review of                                   continuing.
                       National Irrigation
                       Master Plan
                       (NIMP)
                 GOODS
                 IR-G Specialized          70,000,000              Tender was     Delivery was
                       instruments                                 taken and      done
                                                                   finalized
                           Office                64,000,000        Tender was     Delivery was
                           Equipments and                          taken and      done
                           supplies                                finalized
                           Stationary            20,000,000        Tender was     Delivery was
                           materials                               taken and      done
                                                                   finalized




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 4. Way Forward

5.1 Area for Improvement/Actions.

Disbursement of funds as planned in the action plan should be undertaken early and timely since
Quarter one in order to allow efficiency for implementation of construction activities before the
beginning of the rain season. The rain season in many parts of the country normally starts from
the end of quarter two and beginning of Quarter three. Also a total of TShs. 5,442,516,818/=
which was not disbursed need to be provided by the Government to enable completion of the
envisaged physical interventions.

In addition to the above financial consideration, issue pertaining to required human recourses
(professional staff) and working facilities and equipments need to be given more priority for
enhancing the performance of the Irrigation subsector.

5.2 Targets for the Next Quarter.
Expand area under irrigation from 331,490 Hectares to 349,490 hectares in 7 irrigation which is
about 18,000 hectares as planned to be developed during financial year 2010/2011 and promotion
of public and private investment in irrigated Agriculture.


 Detailed implementation status is provided in Annex 2




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VOTE          56:      PRIME   MINISTER'S   OFFFICE   REGIONAL
                       ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1 Introduction
Prime Ministers office received a total of Tshs 511,012,000 for coordination of ASDP activities.
This amount comprises of Tshs 481,587,500 foreign fund and Tshs 29,424,500 Local funds. Up
to June, 2010 the ministry spent Tshs 499,748,391 (98%) for coordination of ASDP activities.
This amount was spent to implement various activities and realized the following outputs
summarized hereunder;

2. Physical achievements

1    PMORALG's, Affiliate institutions and RA technical support to LGAs improved.

     Annual Target:            Mechanisms for co-ordination of programmes and projects in
                               PMO-RALG in place and operational by June 2012
     Planned                   Cumulative achievements
     Interventions for the
     year
     To equip PMO              Procurement of Office stationeries supplies, 4 Laptop computers,
     RALG agricultural         one (1) TV set, diesel and motor vehicles repair and services
     unit with facilities to   done.
     coordinate the
     implementation of
     DADPS
     To provide study          The Ministry supported two staff to undertake short courses, one
     tours, short and long     DADP Planning and implementation at Local Level in Japan
     courses to 5              which large part of costs was met by JICA and another one on
     PMORALG staff             monitoring and evaluation in Swaziland.
     within and outside
     the country

     To scrutinize,                  The ministry reviewed and consolidated District
     consolidate and                  Agriculture Development Plans (DADPs) for 2010/11
     submit District                  from Local Authorities and submitted the same to all
     Agriculture                      Agricultural Lead Ministries (ASLM).
     Development Plans to            Conducted review and consolidation of strategies to
     stakeholders and                 implement ‘KILIMO KWANZA’ from all LGAs.
     feedback to LGAs                Conducted DADP quality Assessment for 2010/2011
                                      DADP from 132 Local Government Authorities. The
                                      report was disseminated to all stakeholders for their
                                      reference and action.
                                     Conducted training to Regional Secretariat officers and
                                      District Agriculture and Livestock Officers to discuss
                                      their role and responsibilities of RS staff and discuss
                                      challenges that cause slow pace of implementation of
                                      DADP activities
     To scrutinize,                  Progress reports for all quarters including the annual
     consolidate and                  progress report were prepared and submitted to ASDP
     submit District                  Secretariat and other stakeholders for their reference and

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Agriculture                 action.
Development                The ministry compiled all the audit queries raised by
Progress reports to         Auditor General of 2007/2008 and submit to Auditor
stakeholders and            general for verification and action.
feedback to LGAs           Conducted report writing training to all Regional
                            Secretariat staff to improve their capacity in report
                            preparation.
To conduct training        The activity was not implemented due to inadequate funds
on Procurement skills       due to shaking of budget after contributing Tshs
to 42 staff from RS         50,000,000 for Agriculture Sample census
and 132 from LGAs
in collaboration with
ASLM.
To conduct                 Four PMO-RALG staff participated in the ASDP Joint
backstopping to             Implementation Review which was conducted in
LGAs on DADP                September and October 2009.
implementation             Participated in the training to District agricultural officers
                            and Non Governmental organization on extension
                            delivery by private sector conducted in Dodoma and
                            Mwanza.
                           Backstopping and Monitoring visits conducted by
                            members of the National facilitation team on how to
                            prepare good DADPs using the revised DADP guideline.
                            2 PMO-RALG staff participated in a National Team
                            which conducted training to LGAs on modalities of
                            accessing DIDF funds for the year 2010/2011.
 Attend 2 annual and       Two members attended One ASDP steering committee
20 quarterly ASDP           meeting which conducted in August 2009.
meetings                   All thematic team members from PMORALG participated
                            in various activities scheduled by each thematic team in
                            collaboration with other members from all ASLMs.
                           Attended the Directors and/or Steering Committee
                            meetings of ASDP.
                           Participated in meeting to discuss the implementation
                            status of DASIP activities in Musoma
                           Participated the East African Community Meetings
                            conducted in Dar es Salaam and Arusha to discuss issues
                            on Food Security/ East African Community Food Security
                            Action Plan
                           Participated in National Working Group assigned with a
                            task to prepare the National Strategies for Farmers and
                            Livestock land use Conflict resolutions.
                           PMO-RALG Participated in a National task Force which
                            dealt with the process of Tanzania preparing CAADP and
                            finally signing CAADP Compact in July 2010
To conduct quarterly       PMO-RALG conducted DADP fund expenditure tracking
Monitoring and              in ten regions i.e. Arusha, Morogoro, Iringa, Dodoma,
Evaluation of DADPs         Kigoma, Kagera, Dar es salaam, Lindi, Kilimanjaro and
                            Morogoro.
                           Participated in the Stakeholders’ meeting Chaired by the
                            Prime Minister to discuss the development of the fishery

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                                     sub-sector with regions of high potentials for fisheries
                                     activities held in Mwanza.
                                    PMO-RALG participated in a meeting organized by
                                     Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries on
                                     September 2009 in Dodoma to discuss development of
                                     Livestock sector, address problems facing the sector and
                                     putting a way forward on solving them.
                                    One PMORALG staff participated in the outcome
                                     tracking exercise conducted by Ministry of Agriculture
     To take inventories of         Inventories of agricultural best practices were done during
     agricultural best               assessment of ASDP implementation Review in March
     practices                       2010. During DADP fund expenditure tracking some
                                     good agricultural practices were identified and compiled.
     To participate in              PMO-RALG participated in the NANE NANE
     Nane Nane                       Agricultural show in August 2009 which conducted at
     Agricultural shows              National in Dodoma region
     and World food day
     annually
     To facilitate quarterly        The Ministry facilitated the disbursement of TZS
     transfer of DADP                83,456,071,100/= to LGAs for the implementation of
     (DADG,CBG and                   DADP activities.
     EBG) funds to 132              Advertised in Newspapers on the disbursement of ASDP
     LGAs
                                     fund to LGA


3      Procurement Status

For the period ending 30th June, 2009 PMO-RALG ASDP coordination unit procured various
working equipments including 4 laptops and one TV set .

                                Estimated
Code      Description            Budget        Status                   Remarks
          Office                               Tenders floated and
          stationeries         3,905,000       completed

          Computer and
          Computer                             Tenders floated and
          accessories          12,799,500      completed
                                               Tenders floated and
          One TV Set           2,000,000       completed

          Service and                          Tenders floated and
          repair of vehicles   18,000,000      completed

          Grand total          36,704,500




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4.       Challenges
        Inadequate transport facilities for coordinating implementation of the ASDP
        Insufficient funds for coordinating implementation of the ASDP

5.       Way forward

        The PMO- various trainings so that they can effectively assist LGA’s to perform their
         duties and implement effectively the resolution of KILIMO KWANZA (Agriculture
         First).
        Frequently visits and physical check up of DADPs Implementation to Local
         Government Authorities (LGAs) will be strengthened.

         6.        Physical and Financial performance at Regional Secretariat level.
        Regional Secretariats received and RALG with liaison with other Agriculture Lead
         Ministries (ASLM) will continue to capacitate the Region Secretariats by spent a total of
         Tshs 2,622,000,000/= for coordination of DADP activities. A total of 21 vehicles and 4
         motorcycles were procured by RS at a cost of TShs. 2,213, 648,772. The remaining
         funds TShs. 408,351,228 were spent for DADPs backstopping supervision, monitoring
         and evaluation.


Annex 4 gives detailed implementation status.




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