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Project Aims

Support microenterprises through environment friendly investments in the dairy business to promote environmentally sustainable technologies and practices.

Integrated Development Foundation (IDF) implementing this sub-project in Patiya, Anowara,Chandranasih upazilla under the Chattogram district of Bangladesh.

This sub-project will sustain for 03 years (from June 2020 to June 2023). This sub-project will support to achieve global goals of the main SEP project. This sub project activity is implementing in the business clusters of dairy farm sub-sector to improvethe overall business and environment of the microenterprises.

Project Objectives

The broad objective of the SEP is to increase the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices by targeted microenterprises. Within this broad objective, the specific objectives of the project on ‘socio economic development of the microenterprises through environment friendly dairy farm’ are to:

Environment friendly dairy production

Increase adoption of environment friendly dairy production practices and safe milk production.

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Mortality and Morbidity

Reduction in mortality and morbidity of farm animals.

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Dairy waste management

Improvement of dairy waste management at cluster.

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Awareness raising

Awareness raising on environmental promotion at dairy production, processing and marketing clusters.

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Mr. Zahirul Alam worked with Nobel Laureate Prof.Muhammad Yunus in Rural Economics Program (REP) at Economics department of Chittagong University as the 1st Member-Secretary.

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500 Farmers

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FAQ

PKSF’s Sustainable Enterprise Project (SEP), financed by the World Bank, provides assistance to micro-enterprises (MEs) of Bangladesh to increase adoption of environment-friendly technologies and enhance their marketing and brand development capacity. Of the $130 million (BDT 1040 crore) budget of the project, the World Bank’s contribution is $110 million and PKSF’s is $20 million.

“To increase the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices by targeted microenterprises.”

The 5-year project (2018-2023) will support 40,000 microenterprises in agriculture and manufacturing sectors with special focus on environmentally stressed and vulnerable to climate change areas. A Project Management Unit (PMU) has been formed at PKSF to administer the project

The first of the three components of SEP will support common services influencing non-revenue-generating physical activities to be environmentally sustainable through enhancing low polluting businesses as well as increased eco-labeling, product certification, brand development and access to premium markets. Besides, POs’ capacity development and revenue-generating common services are included in this component.

The project, through component-2, will be extending financial support for income-generating opportunities to the targeted microenterprises by supporting investment in activities — which are resource-efficient, low polluting, green and resilient — through Partner Organizations (POs) as Agrosor loan.

Under the component-3, a Project Management Unit (PMU) will ensure the project implementation in a timely and effective manner. It also includes activities for PKSF/PO-level capacity building, facilitating communication and knowledge management, printing-publications, sub-sector studies, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E).

The broad objective of the SEP is to increase the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices by targeted microenterprises. Within this broad objective, the specific objectives of the project on ‘socio economic development of the microenterprises through environment friendly dairy farm’ are to:

  • Increase adoption  of  environment  friendly  dairy  production  practices  and  safe  milk production.
  • Improvement of dairy waste management at cluster.
  • Reduction in mortality and morbidity of farm animals.
  • Awareness raising  on  environmental  promotion  at  dairy  production,  processing  and       marketing clusters.

Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), an apex development organisation, was established by the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) in May 1990, for sustainable poverty reduction through employment generation.

Integrated Development Foundation (IDF) is a non-profit, non-government organization established in December 1992 by Mr. Zahirul Alam, a former ILO staff member and founder member-secretary of the Rural Economics Program of the Economics Department at the University of Chittagong, where Grameen Bank Microfinance Model was developed by Nobel Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus in the 1970s.

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