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This PowerPoint presentation covers the Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in the Agriculture industry. This ppt presentation includes the impact of COVID 19 pandemic on the agriculture sector all over the world causing global trade disturbance. It also covers measures to control outbreaks and Impact on Food Demand and Food Security such as the demand for food has affected due to a reduction in income and purchasing capacity. This PowerPoint presentation has covered agriculture sector overview including Major Impact on Food Transport and Distribution, Impact on Food Demand and Food Security, Projected agriculture sector growth after the COVID 19 outbreak. It also includes COVID 19 Agricultures Income Impacts, how lockdown affected the farmers in INDIA, and IMPACTS OF COVID 19 ON FARMING. This presentation focuses on certain risks in the agricultural sector or industry such as Disruption Due to Social Distancing including Safety Measures in Harvesting, Post harvest Operations, Storage and Marketing of Produce, Social distancing- Worker safety and Personal Protective Equipment PPE and Workers Safety Guidelines. Another risk that we have captured is Plummeting Employee Productivity which includes the Impact Of COVID 19 On Agricultural Field Workers, Loss workers Productivity During COVID 19, and Risks on Productivity of Workers During The COVID 19 Pandemic. It also covers the risk of Stressed Supply Chains including Food Supply Chain Under Strain, Impact of Corona on Supply and demand Side, Exchange Rates- Impact on Exporters, and Urgent increases in food availability from smallholder farmer food production. Another risk that is captured in this PowerPoint presentation is Recession, Unemployment, and Investment Pull-back including Recession Economic Impact on Agriculture World, Change in Rice and Wheat Export Prices, laying off some workers, Impact on Seasonal Workers and Foreign Investors Pull Out Investment. This presentation has also covered Economic Instability and Civil Unrest including Causes on Global Economy Instability, Agriculture Industry Feeling the Economic Instability, and Civil Unrest Due To COVID 19. This PowerPoint presentation also covers the Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance, Business Impact Analysis, including Agricultural Risk Assessment Matrix, Risk Priority Worksheet, and Implications on Business due to COVID 19. It also covers Readiness Assessments plan such as Agricultural and Allied Activities Exempted from Lockdown and Agricultural Industry Readiness Assessment checklist. This PowerPoint presentation also includes risk management plans such as Covid 19 Farm Contingency Plan and Post harvest, storage and Marketing of farm produce, policy management, Business continuity strategy, and Rural Workers Lost Jobs During Coronavirus Lockdown Survey Results. https://bit.ly/3ag30Dz

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Coronavirus Impact Assessment And Mitigation Strategies In Agriculture Sector Complete Deck

  1. 1. C RONAVIRUS Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  2. 2. Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance › Agricultural Risk Assessment Matrix › Agricultural Risk Priority Worksheet › Implications on Business due to COVID-19 Business Impact Analysis › Agricultural and Allied Activities Exempted from Lockdown › Agricultural Industry Readiness Assessment checklist Readiness Assessments › Covid-19 Farm Contingency Plan › Guidelines for farmers and farming sector during lockdown period due to COVID-19 › Post-harvest, storage and Marketing of farm produce Risk Management Plans › Risk to Food Supply Chains: How to Respond ? Business policies Policy Management › Strategic Management and Partnerships With Competitors for survival policies Business Continuity › Survey result on the Majority of the Medium and Large Firms › Rural Workers Lost Jobs During Coronavirus Lockdown: Survey Results Survey Questionnaire Results RISKS › Major Impact on Food Transport and Distribution › Impact on Food Demand and Food Security › Projected agriculture sector growth after COVID-19 outbreak › COVID-19 Agricultures Income Impacts › How lockdown affected the farmers in INDIA Agriculture Sector Overview › Safety Measures In Harvesting, Post-harvest Operations, Storage and Marketing Of Produce › Social distancing- Worker safety and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) › Social Distancing- Workers Safety Guidelines Disruption Due to Social Distancing 01 IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON FARMING › Impact of COVID-19 on Agricultural Field Workers › Loss workers Productivity During COVID-19 › Risks on Productivity of Workers During The COVID-19 Pandemic Plummeting Employee Productivity 02 › Food Supply Chain Under Strain › Impact of Corona on Supply Side › Impact of Corona on demand Side › Exchange Rates- Impact on Exporters › Urgent increases in food availability from smallholder farmer food production Stressed Supply Chains 03 › Recession: Economic Impact on Agriculture World › Change In Rice and Wheat Export Prices › Laying off some workers › Impact on Seasonal Workers › Foreign investors Pull out Investment Recession, Unemployment and Investment Pull-back 04 › Causes on Global Economy Instability › Agriculture Industry Feeling The Economic Instability › Civil Unrest Due to COVID-19 Economic Instability and Civil Unrest 05 Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 2
  3. 3. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 3 › Major Impact on Food Transport and Distribution › Impact on Food Demand and Food Security › Projected agriculture sector growth after COVID-19 outbreak › COVID-19 Agricultures Income Impacts › How lockdown affected the farmers in INDIA Agriculture Sector Overview
  4. 4. COVID-19 affecting every stage of Food Supply Chain with major Impact on Food Transport and Distribution 4 This slide covers impact of COVID -19 pandemic on agriculture sector all over the world causing global trade disturbance. It also covers measures to control outbreak. Takeaways Because of global trade unrest, farmers face the agricultural insufficiency, such as seed , fertilizer and pesticides. China is one of the top manufacturers of fertilizers Global large manufacturer and exporter. The lockdown in China Global nitrogen activity has been significantly affected. Pandemics have infected spring field planting including: • Spring wheat, corn, sunflower, rye, canola, and free field vegetables. Travel Restriction Border Closure Social Distancing Food Production (Crop, Livestock & Fisheries) Processing Transport & Distribution Consumer Market & Retailer Measures to Control Pandemic Food Supply Chain COVID 19 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  5. 5. Impact on Food Demand and Food Security 5 This slide covers Impact On Food Demand And Food Security such as demand of food has affected due to reduction in income and purchasing capacity. It also covers the impact of school closure on children’s who are dependent on school meal programs. Nevertheless, the price of the goods depends on the nation and its pandemic management strategy. Price spikes may occur for highly priced items, as animal protein intake has been drastically decreased due to the false view of animals as a source of viruses. Food insecurity can result from declining international trade, disturbance in the food supply chain and food production. Panicked customers stock up the food which has in effect influenced the supply and price of food. Food insecurity created due to COVID-19 would adversely impact the population's poorest and most vulnerable groups. Currently, 820 million people face extreme hunger and 113 million face serious acute poverty. 10 million children depend on school meals to meet their food needs. But since classrooms are closed and school meal services are discontinued, these children no longer provide regular food meals, which may decrease their ability to deal with diseases. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  6. 6. Projected Agriculture Sector Growth After COVID-19 Outbreak 6 This slide covers agriculture sector growth scenarios after outbreak such as scenario 1 depicts that if covid-19 would end in Q1 of 2020 or scenario 2 if covid-19 would end in Q2 2020. TAKEAWAYS The agriculture sector will be hit hardest by the virus outbreak. Two possible scenarios and its impact on the country's agriculture sector. The coronavirus can be contained in the second quarter of 2020, the agriculture sector was projected to increase by 2.35 %. In the other scenario, the industry sector will grow at a rate of 7.1 % and the services sector will grow at a rate of 6.47 %. -1% 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% Q1 2020 Q2 2020 6M 2020 Q3 2020 9M 2020 Q4 2020 Full Year 2020 Growth Rate Scenario 1 (Covid - 19 ends in Q1 2020) Scenario 2 (Covid - 19 ends in Q2 2020) This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  7. 7. COVID-19 Agricultures Income Impacts 7 This slide covers impact of coronavirus pandemic on agriculture income resulting drop in price of crops and live stock. Takeaways SOYBEANS FAPRI lowers the benchmark price of soybean 2020-21 from $8.85 a bushel to $8.27 a bushel. In February, USDA had estimated an average price of $8.80 a bushel. CORN The FAPRI shifts corn from a $3.70 a truck load baseline price to a $3.35 a kilo projection in 2020-21. USDA put the average corn price for the 2020-21 crop at $3.60 a barrel in February — before the country is temporarily shut down. WHEAT FAPRI is also reducing the wheat prices from $4.84 a bushel to $4.58 for 2020-21. In February, the USDA had set the all-wheat market for 2020-21 at $4.90 a barrel. LIVESTOCK The 2020 market price for five-area steers is expected to see a decrease of $14.04 cwt to $108.06 cwt for livestock. Animals are expected to see a decline of $4.83 to $48.33 on average. The milk prices are expected to go down from $1.71 per cwt to $17.75 per cwt. It should be noticed that both of these livestock sectors are experiencing greater decreases in quality than FAPRI's projected annual estimate. Crop Prices, 2020/21 Baseline CIVID Corn ($/bu) 3.70 3.35 Soybeans ($/bu) 8.85 8.27 Wheat ($/bu) 4.48 4.58 Cotton (cents/Ib) 6.17 55.5 Livestock Prices, 2020 2019/20 2020/21 5 – area steers ($/cwt) 122.10 108.06 Barrows & gilts ($/cwt) 53.15 48.33 Wholesale broilers (ct/Ib) 89.25 81.23 All milk ($/cwt) 19.46 17.75 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  8. 8. How Lockdown affected the Farmers in INDIA 8 This slide covers impact of coronavirus pandemic on agriculture sector such as transport barriers and lack of packing material, whole sale market description ana many more. Wholesale market disruptions and transportation hurdles have ravaged the rural economy. Business instability is a greater threat for mango farmers than virus. Almost 55% of the Alphonso (crop) that grows in Maharashtra is sold in the Mumbai, Pune and Kolhapur wholesale markets, all of which are now closed. Farmers are cutting orchards, ploughing flowering fields with roses, and selling food at prices that are throwaway. Due to transport barriers and lack of packing material, 70% of the product shipped to other states is stranded. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  9. 9. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 9 IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON FARMING
  10. 10. Impacts Of Covid-19 On Farming 10 This slide covers impact of coronavirus outbreak in agriculture sector such as increased markets and farm prices, farmer’s health, supply chains slowdowns and shortage of workforce. Markets and Farm Prices › Social gap guidelines, decreased driving, crowd avoidance, closures and other safety measures to limit COVID-19 spread. › Consumers must make difficult decisions over cooking, dining away from home and spending overall. Dairy is a common aspect of out-of-home dining, and food service sales could be affected. › This is likely to influence markets and prices. In other countries there have also been slowdowns at ports as ships wait to be offloaded with U.S. dairy and other farm goods. Supply Chains Slowdowns & Shortages › Logistics are interrupted and attempts are being taken to stop the propagation of the virus, with several related industries already affected. › 'Panic buying' causes more fear. › Virus will spread more broadly in the agricultural state and problems with the distribution and pick-up of farm goods as workers-for example, milk truck drivers-sit at home because of sickness or because they care for family members or school- age children. › Slowdowns may also affect the flow and supply of fertilizers, fuel and other inputs as we head into spring. Concerns of energy – power, natural gas, propane – focused on supply of inputs or shortages of jobs for services – power, natural gas, propane – based on availability of inputs or shortages of labor. Farmers’ Health › Farm operators are nearly 58 years old – at least 10 years older than the other farm workers, 26% are 65 years of age and above. › 11.7 % of our main farm operators are 75 years of age and older. › COVID-19 has a significantly greater degree of seriousness for people in their 60s and beyond, suggesting that CDC and state (and local) public health authorities' prevention and safety measures are important to our growing community. The Farm Workforce › If the rate of infection remains low , it is highly likely that laborers will need to be out of work , particularly with school closures and/or workers who need to stay at home to care for sick or senior citizens members of their families. › Fear of this occurrence and lack of knowledge could also result in higher absenteeism. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  11. 11. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 11 › Safety Measures In Harvesting, Post-harvest Operations, Storage and Marketing Of Produce › Social distancing- Worker safety and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) › Social Distancing- Workers Safety Guidelines Risk 1: Disruption Due to Social Distancing
  12. 12. Safety Measures In Harvesting, Post-Harvest Operations, Storage and Marketing of Produce 12 This slide covers impact of COVID-19 outbreak causing Disruption in agriculture sector such as safety measures in harvesting, Post-harvest Operations, Storage And Marketing Of Produce. Farmers are advised to avoid contagious spread of the Corona virus in agricultural activities To follow the guidelines of: › Manual field harvesting/ picking operations, conduct a 4-5-feet spaced strip procedure assigning one stripe to one person. › It would ensure ample balance between the labour involved. › Both working people will use masks at appropriate times and ensure hand washing for the store. › Hold a healthy distance of 3-4 feet during rest, take meals, move stock at collection point, load / unload. › Stagger the field operations whenever possible to stop recruiting more staff on the same day. › Engage only safe individuals, if necessary and after fair investigation, to prevent the admission of any suspect or potential carrier during field operations. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  13. 13. Social Distancing- Worker Safety and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 13 This slide covers impact of COVID-19 outbreak causing social distancing in agriculture sector. It also covers about the Worker safety and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). There is a lack of PPE and other safety equipment essential to proper running of a farm and to healthy staff and livestock. Because of the healthcare industry's current demands, N-95 respirator stocks are extremely limited (probably expected this spring to treat dusty grain due to the sub-optimal harvest conditions of last autumn). There are also documented questions about the provision of protective gloves which have now become widespread in dairy operations as a way of preserving the quality of milk and preserving animal and human health. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Social Distancing
  14. 14. Social Distancing- Workers Safety Guidelines 14 This slide covers guidelines for the agriculture industry to prevent spread of COVID-19 such as clean and sanitize, follow social distancing, bio security and many more . Avoid crowded Places & close contact with others at Home and at Work 6 Employees who suffer a fever or other symptoms COVID-19 aren't allowed to work. Hold a decent stock of paper products, soap Then hand sanitizer to ensure good sanitation of the hand Among staff. Provide the right cough / sneeze tissue etiquette And no-touch receptacles to dispose of. Social Distancing • Stalling crew start, break and lunch times could also help to encourage social distancing. • Try changing inventory flow during harvest to retain inspection and sorting quality for fewer on line workers. Wash often Clean And Sanitize • Increase washing and sanitization at the entire farm and workplace, including steering wheels, water tank spigots and farm machinery and tools. • Add text here Protect Protective Equipment and Cloth Face Coverings • Migrant labour camp managers to provide sanitized facial fabric coverings for workers to use in camp living areas. • Add text here Disinfect Biosecurity On-farm visitors • Restrict farm guests to those who required for maintaining the project, e.g. DATCP dairy hygienists and other government bodies. If needed, talk to the counsellors and service providers on the phone. • To restrict communication between people, all deliveries to the farm should be registered and dropped in a box or another spot. Caution This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  15. 15. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 15 › Impact of COVID-19 on Agricultural Field Workers › Loss workers Productivity During COVID-19 › Risks on Productivity of Workers During The COVID-19 Pandemic Risk 2: Plummeting Employee Productivity
  16. 16. Impact Of COVID-19 on Agricultural Field Workers 16 This slide covers impact of COVID-19 outbreak on agricultural workers causing agricultural firms to cut off their workforce by more than a quarter. Key Takeaways Approximately 80 % of agricultural firms have cut their workforce by more than a quarter. Fear of catching virus as Farm operators are nearly 58 years old – at least 10 years older than the other farm workers, 26% are 65 years of age and above. Non flexible work arrangements demotivates employee and causes decrease in productivity. Disruption in working on fields due caused due to Social Distancing measures have been put in place to control the spread of COVID-19. Add text here add text here add text here add text here add text here add text here -60% -40% -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Conversion Growth or Decline Due to COVID - 19 This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  17. 17. Loss Workers Productivity During COVID-19 17 This slide has covers impact of risks associated with Employee Productivity during working from home and increase the risk of mental stress. The focus on stress in the workers may be costly for employers , especially non-essential companies, trying to automate the workflow in the midst of the pandemic Average U.S. worker, has lost at least two hours of productivity a day, Costing at least $12,000 in missed productivity a employee over a year COVID-19-related stress is having an impact on productivity 62% of workers we surveyed reported losing at least one hour a day in productivity due to COVID- 19 related stress, 32% losing more than two hours per day This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  18. 18. Risks on Productivity of Workers During The COVID-19 Pandemic 18 This slide has cover risk associated with Employee Productivity such as job security, personal health, stress and mental health, personal finance, childcare and home schooling. 5% 7% 8% 8% 9% 12% 13% 15% 17% 38% 57% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Add Text Here Add Text Here Family Heath Add Text Here Add Text Here Add Text Here Add Text Here Personal Finances Chilldcare & Hiome Shooling Personal Health Job Security RISKS Agricultural firms have already started to layoff employees to stay open, while some businesses are sending employees on unpaid leaves. Pay cuts of the employees. Stress levels at work are through the roof. Coronavirus crisis has become a mental health crisis for the employees. Add text here add text here add text here add text here add text here add text here This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  19. 19. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 19 › Food Supply Chain Under Strain › Impact of Corona on Supply Side › Impact of Corona on demand Side › Exchange Rates- Impact on Exporters › Urgent increases in food availability from smallholder farmer food production Risk 3: Stressed Supply Chains
  20. 20. Food Supply Chain Under Strain 20 This slide covers the impact of COVID-19 on agricultural sector causing description in supply chain such as No supply stock like problems in food transport logistics. 01 A dynamic network of relationships and players is the food supply chain: suppliers, products, distribution, manufacturing plants, storage, etc. 02 Virus distributions and cases rise and block downs there appear to be endless ways of monitoring and straining the food chain in the weeks and months to come. 03 Staple supply chain upstream is less fragile as it is capital intensive than high value supply chain. 04 No supply stock in the case of abundance but a supply shock in terms of food transport logistics is starting to occur. Food Supply Chain This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  21. 21. Impact of Corona on Supply Side 21 This slide covers the description of supply chain on suppliers side due to COVID-19 outbreak such as Less production, Lower freight rates, lower capacity use Food supply chains disrupted. Less production likely, but not yet noticeable Lower freight rates, lower capacity use Food supply chains to be disrupted as of April/May Developing Nations / Africa: Elimination in labor- intensive modes of production (agriculture) No current significant effect on crop production; overall global cereal prospects are favorable by 2020 Disrupted food supply chains; blockages to transport routes that are especially obstructive to fresh food supply chains and can also contribute to elevated rates of food loss and waste Labor shortages could disrupt food production and processing, particularly for labor-intensive crops Transport limitations and quarantine policies likely to hinder farmers' access to markets for inputs and exports, limit competitive ability and refuse a point of sale for produce More significant effects on the livestock sector; rumors of reduced access to feeding stuffs and reduced slaughterhouse capability (due to logistical restrictions and labor shortages) in China
  22. 22. Impact of Corona on Demand Side 22 This slide covers the description of supply chain on Demand side due to COVID-19 outbreak such as Potential disproportionately greater decrease in meat consumption, demand for food is typically inelastic and many more. More variable support for food demand in the poorest countries, and lack of income-earning opportunities may lead to contract consumption The demand for food is typically inelastic and would likely have a minimal impact on overall consumption, while dietary preferences that shift Expect a change in buying modalities: lower restaurant traffic, increased sales of e-commerce (as observed in China), and increased domestic consumption Significant rise in demand at the start of epidemic transmission By may visits to food markets, aversion behaviour (fear of contagion) may worsen the impact on food consumption Potential disproportionately greater decrease in meat consumption (implication from its highly infectious origins) and other higher-value goods (probably triggering price slumps) Huge problem for countries which rely on imports This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  23. 23. Big Problem with Exchange Rates- Impact on Exporters 23 This slide covers the effect of coronavirus pandemic on exchange rate of agricultural good or products with different countries in respect to US dollars. AMIS Countries Currency Mar 2020 Average Monthly Change Weekly Change Annual Change Argentina ARS 62.5 -2.1% -1.0% -51.4% Australia AUD 1.6 -4.7% -9.4% -11.3% Brazil BRL 4.8 -9.4% -7.5% -24.0% Canada CAD 1.4 -3.4% -3.8% -2.8% China CNY 7.0 0.3% -0.9% -3.9% EU EUR 0.9 2.4% -2.8% 4.4% India INR 73.8 -3.2% -11.5% -2.2% Japan JPY 106.2 3.5% -2.8% 4.4% Mexico MXN 21.1 -12.3% -10.6% -10.0% Saudi Arabia SAR 3.8 0.0% 0.0% -0.1% South Africa ZAR 16.1 -6.8% -4.6% -11.6% UK GBP 0.8 -2.7% -8.1% -4.5% Vietnam VND 23,211.2 0.1% -0.3% -0.1% Add Text Here XXX 15.6 0.0% -0.3% 9.8% Add Text Here XXX 14,507.7 -5.4% -5.1% -2.2% Add Text Here XXX 399.9 -5.8% -11.5% -5.7% Add Text Here XXX 1,205.6 -1.0% -4.5% -6.6% Add Text Here XXX 306.0 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Add Text Here XXX 51.0 -0.4% -1.4% 2.9% Add Text Here XXX 71.7 -11.8% -5.4% -10.1% Add Text Here XXX 31.7 -1.2% -2.7% 0.1% Add Text Here XXX 6.2 -2.7% -4.4% -14.2% Add Text Here XXX 25.7 -4.6% -6.5% 4.5% Export prices of higher quality agriculture products in selected Asian suppliers 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 USD/MT Thailand 100%B India 5% Vietnam 5% Pakistan 5% * AMIS* G20 Countries This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  24. 24. Urgent Increases in Food Availability from Smallholder Farmer Food Production 24 This slide covers the effect of coronavirus on smallholder farmers food production such as loss of profits, a loss of produce and an impact on agriculture next season many more. Road Closures/Blockages & Checks › Preventing smallholder farmers from selling or buying inputs; › This leads to a loss of profits, a loss of produce and an impact on agriculture next season. Recorded losses in China, with a emphasis on fresh crops , animals, and poultry (exceeded breeding period). › Slowing down road closures / blockages, agriculture infrastructure, access to supplies, supply of commodities, and selling, contributing to reduction in revenue, accumulation of farm produce. › Smallholder famers that supply school meal schemes are affected by schools closure; Change on consumption patterns and Consumer Behavior › Staple foods and ready-to - eat foods that can be stored and strong e-commerce growth too › Meat consumption rose by 80%, canned beef by 60%, canned beans by 55% and tomato sauce by 22%. › These trends result in difficulties in producing sales, loss of perishable produce and loss of income. It also witnessed up to fivefold increase in e-commerce › Restriction on the movement of people may disrupt production: migrant seasonal workers constitute 27% of the agricultural working hours Provide Productivity- Enhancing safety nets Reduce post-harvest crop losses & improve food stocks along the value chain Address basic energy needs of smallholders & rural households Remove artificial constraints to domestic trade throughout the food chain in order to link smallholder farmers to markets 01 03 02 04 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  25. 25. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 25 › Recession: Economic Impact on Agriculture World › Change in Rice and Wheat Export Prices › Laying off some workers › Impact on Seasonal Workers › Foreign Investors Pull out Investment Risk 4: Recession, Unemployment and Investment Pull-back
  26. 26. Recession: Economic Impact on Agriculture World 26 This slide covers the economic impact on agricultural industry due to Covid-19 crisis could cause worldwide food shortages and a complete disruption of supply chain. World agricultural prices show signs of a rise from the third week of March 2020 Takeaways The UN has cautioned that the Covid-19 crisis could cause worldwide "food shortages." The food supply chain is a complex web that involves producers, consumers, agricultural and fishery inputs, processing and storage, transportation and marketing, etc Globally, the Food and Agriculture Organization expects shifts in the supply of and demand for food 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 Precious Metals Agriculturals Industrial Metals Energy 01-Jan 15-Jan 29-Jan 12-Feb 26-Feb 11-Mar 25-Mar Global Commodity Price Indices
  27. 27. Recession in Agriculture Industry: Change in Rice and Wheat Export Prices due to COVID-19 27 This slide covers the economic impact on agricultural industry due to Covid-19 crisis causing price rise in rice and milling wheat. 22.99% 17.89% 13.89% * -16% -14% -12% -10% -8% -6% -4% -2% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 22% 24% 26% 28% 1 18 3 16 6 20 4 18 1 16 5 19 3 17 1 21 5 19 2 16 6 20 4 15 20 26 Apr-19 May-19 Jun19 Jul-19 Aug-19 Sep-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec19 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 26-Mar-20 › Year-on-year change in the export prices of rice and wheat, April 2019 to March 2020. › One reason for this rise has been the stockpiling by households of rice and wheat, and the restrictions imposed by different countries on food exports. › Vietnam, the world’s third largest rice exporter, has stopped exports, which may reduce the global rice exports by 15 %. › If India and Thailand too ban exports, world rice prices may rise sharply. Takeaways This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  28. 28. Laying off Some Workers 28 This slide covers the foresee lay off of some workers temporary or permanently in past 6 months due to COVID-19 pandemic. 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 Overall Agriculture Micro Small Medium Large Add Text Here Add Text Here Number of workers (in thousands) Temporary Permanent › Approximately 80 % of agricultural firms have cut their workforce by more than a quarter. › Add text here › Add text here Takeaways Size This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  29. 29. Impact on Seasonal Workers in Agricultural Production due to COVID-19 29 This slide covers the impact of coronavirus on seasonal workers in agriculture production such as non regular and employed farm labour. 18% 17% 6% 12% 12% 10% 3% 15% 9% 9% 16% 5% 10% 4% 7% 5% 2% 2% 4% 3% 1% 1% 2% 5% 1% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Italy Spain Romania France Greece Germany Poland United Kingdom Hungary Portugal Netherland Bulgaria Belgium Czech Rep. Sweden Slovenia Croatia Ireland Denmark Slovakia Lithuania Latvia Estonia Luxermbourg Malta Share non-regular, Employed labour (% of AMU) Agricultural Win 1,000 Working Units (in 1,000 AMU) Non-regular & Employeed farm-labour (in AWU) Share of non-regular & Employeed farm labour (in %) › Non-regular work, in particular in Italy , Spain, Romania, France and Greece, is relevant › In Italy and Spain, the proportion of non-regular and employed labor, with nearly 20 % of units of labor. The EU average measured (excluding Austria and Finland) is 9.0%. In this case, labor units are a typical unit which takes on a certain number of hours per day › Agriculture, some of the development processes are highly dependent on seasonal employees. › Production of vegetables , fruits, wine and permanent crops involves labor that is not just about harvesting. Takeaways This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  30. 30. Foreign Investors Pull out Investment 30 This slide covers risk of investment pull off in agriculture sector due to COVID-19 Increasing fears about the big economic slowdown. International creditors have taken an additional USD 26 billion from emerging Asian economies and over USD 16 billion from India owing to the global coronavirus recession Increasing fears about the Big Economic Slowdown in Asia, said the independent Congressional Research Center in its new study on COVID-19's world economic effect More than 30 Million people have applied for state assistance in Germany, France , the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy, while statistics from the first quarter of 2020 reveals that the eurozone economy has declined by 3.8 %, the highest quarterly downturn since the 1995 series started. In the first quarter of 2020, US provisional figures revealed that GDP dropped by 4.8% This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  31. 31. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 31 › Causes on Global Economy Instability › Agriculture Industry Feeling The Economic Instability › Civil Unrest Due to COVID-19 Risk 5: Economic Instability and Civil Unrest
  32. 32. Causes on Global Economy Instability 32 This slide covers the impact of COVID-19 causing global economic instability resulting in reduction in world economy up to one per cent in FY 2020. The UN dept of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) analysis said the COVID-19 pandemic is interrupting global supply chains as well as international commerce. With nearly 100 countries shutting their national borders in the last month In some of these countries millions of workers face the bleak possibility of losing their jobs. The global economy could shrink by 0.9 per cent by 2020. Government spending in the G-7 countries and China – global growth in 2020 would drop to 1.2%. Oil price declines by 50 per cent compared to our USD 61 per barrel baseline. Due to the coronavirus pandemic,…
  33. 33. Agriculture Industry Feeling the Economic Instability : The Impact of COVID-19 33 This slide covers the impact of coronavirus causing economic instability in agricultural sector such as The affected labour force in agricultural farms, raw material supply and Demand-supply volatility. › The affected labour force in agricultural farms, food & beverage production & processing plants, and supply chain are analysed to face the risk of supporting the COVID-19 outbreak, the communication of which may occur during various coordination activities. Workforce › Globally, the food and beverage is expected to experience the differential effect of this rapid spread of COVID-19 on each point of the value chain across the mediums of the affected industrial workforce, the availability of raw materials (agricultural goods, food ingredients, intermediate food items), trade & logistics, uncertainty in demand and volatile customer demand for food services › Production, distribution and inventory levels across the food & beverage spectrum should be affected › Agricultural products, which form the main raw material for subsequent stages in the food supply chain, may become a possible source of food and beverage industry bottlenecks Raw Material Supply: Agriculture & Livestock Industries › Australia, which imports the necessary agrochemicals and crop defence products from China on a wide scale. China is home to a significant number of large-scale manufacturers representing around 30–35% of global agrochemical production. › While food and beverage manufacturers and processors are more likely to be affected by the labour and raw material shortage required in the production process Demand-supply Volatility: Food Manufacturers, Processors, Food Retail & Service Outlets › For food stores, the challenge would be to address the possibility of consumers having an irregular footing and, in contrast, also to assess the possibility of stockpiling food & beverage products to ensure continuity of consumer access to the products they intend to buy This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  34. 34. Civil Unrest Due to Coronavirus Pandemic 34 This slide covers the causes of civil unrest during corona pandemic such as growth in consumer demand, food joints have experienced a dramatic reduction in customer footfall, Government can not guarantee the security of workers and many more. Consumer reluctance on the verge of growing COVID-19 outbreak has led to major uncertainties regarding consumer demand Various posts and false rumors on social media have inflicted fear among consumers and influenced their perception of a variety of food & beverage products - particularly products based on animals Worldwide, food joints have experienced a dramatic reduction in customer footfall, thus directly affecting food joints' revenues Government initiatives to prevent mass gatherings as a preventive measure to curb the spread of coronavirus have also fueled the trend in home dining among consumers The Government can not guarantee the security of workers and the provision of food, medicine and other important products Consumer’s Uncertainties This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  35. 35. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 35 › Agricultural Risk Assessment Matrix › Agricultural Risk Priority Worksheet › Implications on Business due to COVID-19 Business Impact Analysis Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  36. 36. Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance 36 This slide covers the impact of COVID-19 outbreak on Agricultural Businesses ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance such as if it is severely reduced, moderately reduced or have no impact . Add Text Here on a sectoral level, high percentages of agriculture businesses witnessed a reduction in their ability to repay outstanding debts due to COVID-19 outbreak compared to other sectors Add Text Here 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Agriculture Add Text Here Add Text Here Micro Small Medium Large Overall Percentage of Businesses Severely Reduced Moderately Reduced Increased No Impact Takeaways Size
  37. 37. Agricultural Risk Assessment Matrix 37 This slide covers the corona virus pandemic lockdowns impact analysis on the agricultural industry including sensitive zones in different scenario’s and risks . Agricultural Sensitivity Zone Scenario Consequence Likelihood Risk Consequence Likelihood Risk Very high Agricultural Sensitivity COVID-19 Moderate Not likely Low Slight Extremely unlikely Very Low Un Expected Rain Substantial Likely Moderate Moderate Very Unlikely Low Add Text Here Severe Likely High Substantial Not Likely Moderate Add Text Here Severe Very Likely Very High Severe Likely High High Agricultural Sensitivity COVID-19 Moderate Not Likely Low Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Labor not Available Moderate Likely Moderate Moderate Very Unlikely Low Add Text Here Moderate Likely Moderate Substantial Not Likely Low Add Text Here Severe Likely High Substantial Likely Moderate Moderate Agricultural Sensitivity COVID-19 Slight Very Unlikely Very low Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Seasonal Workers not Available Moderate Not Likely Low Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Add Text Here Substantial Likely Moderate Moderate Not Likely Low Add Text Here Severe Likely High Severe Likely Moderate Low Agricultural Sensitivity COVID-19 Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Add Text Here Moderate Not Likely Low Slight Extremely Unlikely Very Low Add Text Here Substantial Likely Moderate Moderate Not Likely Low Add Text Here Substantial Likely High Moderate Likely Moderate P R O B L E M S Without Mitigation With Mitigation Farmers/operators of agriculture related enterprises Transportation of wheat and rice Add Text Here Add Text Here This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  38. 38. Agricultural Risk Priority Worksheet 38 This slide covers the risk priority analysis on agricultural business based on potential severity of impact and high, low remote and occasional probability . Negligible Moderate Considerable Critical Catastrophic Drop in global wheat & Rice Price Unavailability of Labor Difficulty in Transportation Add Text Here Failure of Farm Organization Add Text Here Add Text Here Very Low Wind Add Text Here Red Zone Add Text Here Potential Severity of Impact Probability Highly Probable Probable Occasional Remote Improbable This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  39. 39. Implications for Business due to COVID-19 39 This slide covers the COVID-19 outbreak impact on agricultural businesses units such as shifting cultivation, commercial grain farming, live stock ranching and many more. Process Affected Priority Ranking Impact Category Recovery Time Objective (RTO) Recovery Point Objective (RPO) Qualitative Impact Recovery Strategy Time Needed for Recovery Severe Expenses Bridge contact surfaces are sanitized until they are handled Pilot boarding Tech Moderate Legal Services Minimal Revenue Loss Employees Customer Service Goodwill Nomadic Herding Livestock Ranching Shifting Cultivation Mediterranean Agriculture Commercial Grain Farming Intensive Subsistence Farming Add Text Here Add Text Here Add Text Here Add Text Here Business Unit (BU) Name This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  40. 40. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 40 › Agricultural and Allied Activities Exempted from Lockdown › Agricultural Industry Readiness Assessment checklist Readiness Assessments Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  41. 41. Agricultural and Allied Activities Exempted from Lockdown 41 This slide covers the necessary Agricultural and Allied activities that are exempted from lockdowns during this COVID-19 outbreak such as Agencies engaged in procurement of agriculture products and many more. Veterinary Hospitals Agencies engaged in procurement of agriculture products, including MSP operations Mandis’ operated by the Agriculture Produce Market Committee or as notified by the State Government Farming operations by farmers and farm workers in the field Custom hiring centers (CHC) related to farm machinery Manufacturing and packaging units of Fertilizers, Pesticides and Seeds Intra and inter-state movement of harvesting and sowing related machines like combined harvester and other agriculture/ horticulture implement
  42. 42. Agricultural Industry Readiness Assessment Checklist 42 This slide covers the Readiness Assessment checklist for Agricultural Industry such as trade-offs between the cost of risk and gains, Global stocks of food staples And many more. Expand and improve emergency food assistance and social protection programs Keep the food value chain alive by focusing on key logistics bottlenecks Evaluate trade-offs between the cost of risk and gains that can be made Global stocks of food staples Address trade and tax policies to keep the global trade open Manage the macroeconomic ramifications Add Text Here Add Text Here Give smallholder farmers support to both enhance their productivity and market the food they produce, also through e-commerce channels 375 400 425 450 475 500 525 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 Closing Stock (Right axis) Production (Left Axis) Domestic Utilization (Left Axis) -20 80 180 280 380 480 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 Closing Stock (Right axis) Production (Left Axis) Domestic Utilization (Left Axis) Rice Soybeans 800 880 960 1040 1120 1200 2010/112011/122012/132013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 Closing Stock (Right axis) Production (Left Axis) Domestic Utilization (Left Axis) 600 650 700 750 800 850 2010/112011/122012/132013/142014/152015/162016/172017/182018/192019/20 Closing Stock (Right axis) Production (Left Axis) Domestic Utilization (Left Axis) Maize Wheat This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  43. 43. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 43 › Covid-19 Farm Contingency Plan › Guidelines for farmers and farming sector during lockdown period due to COVID-19 › Post-harvest, storage and Marketing of farm produce Risk Management Plans Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  44. 44. Covid-19 Farm Contingency Plan 44 This slide covers the COVID-19 outbreak contingency plan for the agricultural sector such as minimizing the exposures, improvement of the hygiene, cross training and many more. Meeting with the organizational staff to explore potential situations, potential disturbance strategies during planting and subsequent fieldwork Minimize the Exposure of Outsiders › Observe sufficient social intervals when someone has to go to the field or work on site. › Onside cross-training of workers and personnel with respect to core roles and effective secure use of machinery. Improve Office Hygiene and make it part of your daily/weekly routine › Disinfecting work surfaces, countertops, doorknobs, hand railings, tractor controls can make a difference. › Make ready-to-use cleaning products include cleaning tools, bins, mops, brushes, and other materials readily available for cleaning break areas and store. › Place disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer on the equipment, in truck cabs and in high-traffic areas. Stay in the house if you’re sick › Farmers and their employees regularly work while sick. › If anyone in the family is sick, they should isolate themselves as much as possible and not visit work areas. Contingency plan copy for workers and farmers › Neighbouring farmers who might share the money and/or work in an emergency? › Who will manage for a couple of weeks if you or another key individual are unable to leave your house or are hospitalized?
  45. 45. Guidelines for Farmers and Farming Sector During Lockdown Period Due to COVID-19 45 This slide covers the Guidelines For Farmers And Farming Sector During Lockdown Period Due To corona virus such as general instructions, harvesting threshing crops as well as standing field crops. General Instructions Famers should follow precautions and safety measures to be taken to prevent the disease spread. Simple measures include social distancing, maintaining personal hygiene by washing of hands with soap, wearing of face mask, protective clothing and cleaning of implements and machinery Workers to follow safety measures and social distancing at each and every step in the entire process of field operations Harvesting & Threshing of Crops In many northern states wheat harvesting is approaching through the combination of harvesters. They have been permitted to travel inside the State and within States. Precautions & Security Measures shall be ensured for workers engaged in the repair, maintenance and harvesting operations. Lentil, maize and chilli harvesting is ongoing and gram is rapidly approaching. Add text here Mustard is the second significant rabi crop, manual harvesting is ongoing and threshing is needed anywhere it has already been harvested Add text here In summer pulses in rice fallows, whitefly management with proper safety measures may be taken up to prevent yellow mosaic virus incidence Standing Field Crops In case of any unseasonal rain at harvesting stage in paddy, spray 5% salt solution to prevent seed germination Add text here Add text here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  46. 46. Post-harvest, Storage and Marketing of Farm Produce 46 This slide covers the guidelines in agricultural sector for Post-harvest, Storage And Marketing Of Farm Produce in coronavirus pandemic. Wearing protective face masks can help against aerosols and dust while performing drying, threshing, winnowing, cleaning, grading, sorting and packaging operations at farm level Particulate matter to prevent respiratory problems Ensure proper drying of harvested grains, millets, pulses at farm / home before storage Do not reuse jute bags from previous seasons to prevent plague infestation. Apply processed and dried gunnies in 5% neem solution after soaking. Seed suppliers are allowed to convey supporting documentation to seed companies and to follow precautions when payments are received. Precautions to be taken for the direct marketing / supply of vegetables from farms such as tomatoes, cauliflower, green leafy vegetables, cucumbers and other cucurbit This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  47. 47. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 47 › Risk to Food Supply Chains: How to Respond ? Business policies Policy Management Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  48. 48. Risk to Food Supply Chains: How To Respond? Business policies 48 This slide covers the business policies for agricultural department such as Expand and improve emergency food assistance, Address new trade and tax policies and many more. WHAT WE SHOULD DO ? Expand and improve emergency food assistance & social protection programs Give smallholder farmers support to both enhance their productivity and market the food they produce, also through e-commerce channels Keep the food value chain alive by focusing on key logistics bottlenecks Address new trade and tax policies to keep the global trade open Manage the macroeconomic ramifications This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  49. 49. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 49 › Strategic Management and Partnerships With Competitors for survival policies Business Continuity Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  50. 50. Strategic Management and Partnerships with Competitors 50 This slide covers the business continuity plans for the agricultural business with competitors during the outbreak of COVID-19. Develop Scenario analysis based on Epidemiological and macro-economic outlooks, which companies can use to communicate with staff on the various trajectories enterprises Support collaboration in the pre-competitive space Accelerate nationwide agri-food digitalization plans focused on cross-sectoral dialogs between agencies responsible for the infrastructure, trade and agriculture of the information and communications technologies (ICT). Using the crisis as an impetus to improve the operational capability of local Agri-Enterprise organizations Maintaining liquidity and cash flow to survive Add Text Here
  51. 51. Table of Content for Coronavirus Impact Assessment and Mitigation Strategies in Agriculture Sector 51 › Survey result on the Majority of the Medium and Large Firms › Rural Workers Lost Jobs During Coronavirus Lockdown: Survey Results Survey Questionnaire Results Impact on Agricultural Businesses- Ability to Repay Outstanding Loan Balance
  52. 52. Survey result on the Majority of the Medium and Large Firms do not Foresee Closure 52 This slide covers the survey results of Not Foresee Closure of the micro, small, medium and large size business causing large amount of unemployment. 1 – 3 Months 3 – 6 Months More Than 6 Months More Than a year Do not Foresee Closure Number of Business Surveyed Sector Agriculture 12 31 7.2 19 30.7 20 Add Text Here 9.9 25.7 15 12.1 37.2 32 Add Text Here 23.9 18.7 7.4 10.8 39.2 95 Size Micro 58 24.9 0 16 1.1 16 Small 27.7 25.1 13.9 9.8 23.5 59 Medium 8.3 19.1 5.3 10.4 56.8 44 Large 0 1.2 8.3 13 77.5 28 Months The survey findings show that the population has undergone the biggest transformation of agricultural enterprises. Approximately 80 % of agricultural firms have cut their workforce by more than a quarter. Results show that agricultural demand is declining sharply. Close to 71 % of surveyed businesses in agriculture reported severe decline. Takeaways This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  53. 53. Rural Workers Lost Jobs During Coronavirus Lockdown: Survey Results 53 This slide covers the survey results on rural workers who lost their job causing loss in their food consumption, debt increased, no money to buy essentials and those who are working are getting very less wages. 70 80 Rural Urban › % of households which reported having consumed less food during the lockdown than prior to it Increase in Hunger 34 43 Rural Urban › % of respondents who took a loan to cover personal expenses Debt Rises 34 61 Rural Urban › % of households without money to buy even a week’s worth of essentials Essentials are Elusive 43 57 Rural Urban › % of wage workers whose salaries were reduced or who did not receive their salaries during the lockdown Fall in Wages Takeaways According COVID-19 Livelihoods Survey, About 80% of urban workers lost their jobs during the lockdown. The average weekly earnings of those who were still employed fell by 61%. This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
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