Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program (FSSP)

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Dexter G. Patrocinio
Department Manager A
Operations Department
National Irrigation Administration
Quezon City, Philippines
Strengthening Dependability
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 1
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program (FSSP):
Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part)
Ensuring Productivity
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 2
A. Targeting Rice Self-Sufficiency
Projected Rice Requirement
Requirement = Total Utilization + Ending Stock for 90 days
Milled Rice, Million mt
18.00
High Per Capita Consumption
(119 kg/year)
17.50
17.59
17.26
16.93
17.00
16.61
16.50
16.00
16.86
16.30
16.54
15.99
16.23
Low Per Capita Consumption
(113.57 kg/year)
15.92
15.50
15.00
15.62
15.33
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Target Domestic Rice Supply
Supply = Rice Equivalent of Production + Beginning Stocks
Milled Rice, Million mt
19.0
18.5
18.0
17.5
17.0
16.5
16.0
15.5
15.0
14.45
14.5
14.0
14.12
13.5
2011
Target Supply
18.19
17.73
17.26
17.86
17.41
16.25
15.16
16.93
Projected Supply with
Impacts of Climate Change
15.93
14.84
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Supply and Demand
Milled Rice, Million mt
Target Supply
19.0
18.5
Supply w/ ICC
18.0
17.5
17.0
Self-sufficiency by 2013
 No imports by 2014
16.5
High Demand
16.0
Low Demand
15.5
15.0
14.5
14.0
13.5
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Target Palay Production
Palay, Million mt
Target Production
24.0
22.73
23.0
22.13
22.0
21.50
22.23
21.63
21.0
20.04
21.00
20.0
19.0
18.46
19.54
Projected Production with ICC
18.0
17.0
16.0
16.96
17.96
16.46
15.0
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Target Area Harvested
All Ecosystems
Million ha
Irrigated
Non-irrigated
6.00
5.00
4.49
4.58
4.00
4.74
4.85
4.94
5.02
3.75
3.83
3.50
3.65
3.16
3.27
1.33
1.31
1.24
1.20
1.19
1.19
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
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Developing Infrastructure
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 14
B. Achieving Irrigation Quota
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Surmounting Obstacles
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 24
C. Optimizing Irrigation Benefits
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Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 31
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 32
Pump-Priming Growth
D. Expediting Project Execution
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Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 34
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 35
Tackling Constraints
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 36
E. Enhancing Irrigation Performance
Food Staple Self-Sufficiency Program: Status of Irrigation Intervention (NIA Part) / BS Labiano / 2011-12-20 / page 37
NIA’s Quota in FSSP
Particulars
Beginning Area, ha
Generated Area, ha
Restored Area, ha
Rehabilitated Area, ha
Ending Area, ha
Cropping Intensity, %
Harvested Area, ha
Increment Harvested Area, ha
2010
2011
2013
1,483,140
1,536,135
1,577,607
1,676,790
7,106
21,910
52,398
26,532
45,889
19,562
46,784
23,689
149,495
46,084
47,328
50,304
1,536,135
1,577,607
1,676,790
1,727,011
1.40
1.44
1.47
1.50
2,076,396
2,212,034
2,319,080
2,515,180
0
135,638
107,050
196,100
3.16
3.27
3.50
428,616
350,054
686,350
12.79
25.00
15.00
Irrigated Crop Yield, mt/ha
Increment Palay Production, mt
Budget, B P
2012
13.60
n.b. Excerpts from the FSSP 07 Dec. 2011 version
NIA’s Targets in Budget Strategy (BS)
Particulars
Beginning Area, ha
Generated Area, ha
Restored Area, ha
Rehabilitated Area, ha
Ending Area, ha
2010
2013
1,536,135
1,581,955
1,685,935
7,106
23,510
65,180
57,560
45,889
22,310
38,800
34,260
149,495
144,730
29,100
25,700
1,536,135
1,581,955
1,685,935
1,777,755
1.40
1.44
1.47
1.50
2,076,396
2,212,034
2,325,474
2,528,902
0
135,638
113,440
203,428
3.16
3.27
3.50
428,616
370,949
711,998
14.03
24.67
22.00
Increment Harvested Area, ha
Irrigated Crop Yield, mt/ha
Increment Palay Production, mt
Budget, B P
2012
1,483,140
Cropping Intensity, %
Harvested Area, ha
2011
13.60
n.b. Excerpts from the NIA Budget Strategy
NIA’s Accomplishments in 2011
Particulars
FSSP
BS
Achieved
1,536,135
1,536,135
1,536,135
Generated Area, ha
21,910
23,510
20,926a
96%b
Restored Area, ha
19,562
22,310
28,317
144%
Rehabilitated Area, ha
46,084
144,730
131,102
284%
1,577,607
1,581,955
1,585,378
1.44
1.44
1.44
2,212,034
2,212,034
2,212,034
135,638
135,638
135,638
3.16
3.16
3.16
428,616
428,616
428,616
12.79
14.03
24.67
Beginning Area, ha
Ending Area, ha
Cropping Intensity, %
Harvested Area, ha
Increment Harvested Area, ha
Irrigated Crop Yield, mt/ha
Increment Palay Production, mt
Budget, B P
n.b. a Includes carryover accomplishments in 2011 of 2010 targets
b
Based on the FSSP targets
NIA’s Accomplishments in 2012
Particulars
FSSP
BS
Achieved
1,577,607
1,581,955
1,585,378
Generated Area, ha
52,398
65,180
16,466a
31%b
Restored Area, ha
46,784
38,800
14,741
32%
Rehabilitated Area, ha
47,328
29,100
48,121
102%
1,676,790
1,685,935
~
1.47
1.47
1.47
2,319,080
2,325,474
2,330,506
107,050
113,440
118,472
3.27
3.27
3.27
350,054
370,949
387,403
25.00
24.67
24.67
Beginning Area, ha
Ending Area, ha
Cropping Intensity, %
Harvested Area, ha
Increment Harvested Area, ha
Irrigated Crop Yield, mt/ha
Increment Palay Production, mt
Budget, B P
n.b. a Includes carryover accomplishments in 2012 of 2011 targets (end of 2nd qtr 2012)
b
Based on the FSSP targets
Major Facts Reiterated
NIA’s quota in FSSP is lifted from the 07 December 2011 program
document, which remains valid to date
NIA’s targets in the BS are made higher that the FSSP quota , which
intends to achieve the FSSP quota
NIA’s 2011 accomplishments in terms of rolled-out irrigation areas
are in general achieving the FSSP quota
NIA’s 2012 accomplishments in terms of incremental harvested
area and crop production achieve the FSSP quota
Computation of benefits (e.g. incremental harvested area) applies
FSSP data on CI and CY, to dispel bias
Accomplishments in terms of incremental harvested area and crop
production exceed the FSSP and BS targets
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