THRUST & STRATEGY100 DAYS PROGRAMMID-TERMJANGKA SEDERHANA

THRUST & STRATEGY

PRIORITY

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET

ASPIRASI 1

THRUST 1:

Restructuring the Economy

Increase the contribution of agri

commodity sector to national income

Increase the export of agri commodity sector

Export value of RM180 billion

ASPIRASI 2

THRUST 1:

Restructuring the Economy

Increase the contribution of agri commodity sector to national income

Overcoming the shortage of labour in oil palm plantation sector

Finalize the foreign workers recruitment SOP for plantation sector

ASPIRASI 3

THRUST 3:

Enhancing social wellbeing

Empowering and increasing the competitiveness of smallholders

Targeted agricultural assistance program for smallholders in B40 group

Coordinate the policy of agricultural aid distribution and shape it to a more targeted manner for the benefit of oil palm smallholders with the possession of land below 10 hectares

 

DETAILS:

  1. From the ministry’s point of view, ‘economy’ and ‘smallholders’ are two main elements that have been affected by the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, the ministry’s goal towards 100 days achievement is to restructure the economy and empowering the competitiveness of smallholders.

ASPIRASI 1

  1. From the aspect of economy, ASPIRASI 1 is set to increase the export value of agri commodity sector. The ministry has set a target of RM180 billion this year (compared to RM150.5 billion achieved in 2020). The breakdown of the target by sectors:
  • Oil Palm: RM81.5 billion
  • Rubber: RM55.4 billion
  • Timber: RM34.4 billion
  • Cocoa: RM8.6 billion
  • Pepper: RM0.13 billion
  1. This ambitious goal is due to the increment of export value compared to the previous year. For example the export value for rubber glove as of July is RM40 billion, almost tripling the export value during the same period in 2020.
  1. Similarly, the export value of oil palm and oil palm-based products as of July this year is 40% higher compared to the last year’s performance, not to mention the current high price of crude palm oil which is around RM4,500.
  1. The ministry is on the right track in achieving the export value of RM180 billion from agri commodity sector, so that a greater contribution can be produced to increase the country’s income.

ASPIRASI 2

  1. Almost half of the targeted export value for this year involves the oil palm and and oil palm-based products. Therefore, the production at the upstream level is crucial to sustain the entire system of the value chain.
  1. Hence, ASPIRASI 2 is set to finalize the foreign workers recruitment SOP this year in order to encourage production activities at the upstream level. This is in tandem with the Cabinet’s earlier decision in April 2021 to grant a special approval for bringing in 32,000 foreign workers to ease the situation of workers shortage in the plantation sector. [1]
  1. The SOP is not to exclude locals’ involvement in the plantation sector. Currently, jobs related to the plantation is not favoured by the locals due to various factors. Meanwhile, the harvesting and production at the upstream level must be accelerated since harvesting is the beginning of the entire value chains including the high value-added oil palm downstream industry.
  1. In 2020, the overall contribution of the agri commodity sector to the country’s GDP is RM85.1 billion (6.3%) of which more than half is the contribution from the oil palm sector. If the harvesting work and production at the upstream level halted, it will affect the entire value chain and therefore negatively impact the country’s GDP for the following years.[2]
  1. On the other hand, the ministry also plan to attract locals to replace foreign workers in the plantation sector. These include providing incentives for automation and mechanization in order to encourage local’s participation in the plantation sector.

ASPIRASI 3

  1. On the aspect of empowering the smallholders, the mechanism of aid distribution will be stream lined to ensure the aid and assistance delivered to the right smallholders.
  1. Currently, the general definition of smallholder is individuals with land area of 40 hectares and below. Therefore, ASPIRASI 3 is set to coordinate the policy of agricultural aid distribution and shape it to a more targeted manner for the benefit of palm oil smallholders with the possession of land below 10 hectares, especially the B40 group.
  1. Through the policy coordination, the data of smallholders (especially the B40 group with the possession of land area below 10 hectares) will be collected and the first priority will be given to them in term of receiving agricultural aid and assistance. This is to ensure the value of assistance or incentives given is based on their actual needs, in line with the objectives of the Wawasan Kemakmuran Bersama 2030 to improve the well–being of those economically susceptible or B40 group among smallholders.
  1. In an additional information submitted to the KSN Office, the ministry informed that the policy coordination would involve the listing of 10,000 smallholders with land possession below 10 hectares. With the provided list, the distribution of agricultural aid and assistance will begin before the end of 2021.

 

[1] Sidang Darurat MKN Bil. 13/2021 chaired by YAB Perdana Menteri has also agreed with the decision. As of July 2021, the total employment shortage in the oil palm plantation sector is estimated at least 48,462 which is 12% of the total employment in the sector. The highest shortage is for the work of harvesting and collecting fresh fruit bunches (25,321).

[2] The value of losses due to lack of employment is estimated at RM13 billion per year.

 

 

Program 100 Hari Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia pada 9-12 Disember 2021

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ASPIRASI 1 : Meningkatkan Nilai Eksport Sektor Agrikomoditi

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ASPIRASI 2 : Memuktamadkan SOP Pengambilan Pekerja Warga Asing Bagi Sektor Perladangan Sawit

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ASPIRASI 3 : Menyelaras Dasar Agihan Input Bantuan

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AKM 1

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET  JUN 2022

REMARK

THRUST 1: Economic Restructuring

Strenghtening the export value of Agricommodity sector

Expansion of new markets, enhancement of promotion and awareness programs as well as strengthening of global cooperation and regional diplomatic relations to strengthen the export of Agricommodity for the benefit of the country and the people through the following actions:

-       10 technical and economic missions to promote Agricommodity and Agriicommodity based products

-       10 smart partnership programs to enhance global cooperation in strengthening Agricommodity exports

RM90 billion

Total export value of Agricommodity sector in 2021 is RM209.5 billion.

Meanwhile for 2022, the breakdown of the target for Agricommodity export value up to June is as follows:

  Palm oil: RM47 billion

  Rubber: RM28 billion

  Timber: RM12 billion

  Cocoa: RM3 billion

  Pepper: RM50 million

AKM 2

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET 
JUN 2022

THRUST 3: Improving Social Welfare

Improving the well-being of the rakyat in the Agricommodity sector

Strengthening the income and the development of skilled workforce in Agricommodity sector

ACTIVITY

TARGET  JUN 2022

(a)

Increase the sales of fresh fruit bunches by oil palm smallholders through Koperasi Penanam Sawit Mampan (KPSM)

120 thousand tons of fresh fruit bunches sold

(b)

Increase the income of oil palm smallholders through crop and livestock integration programs

200 integration projects implemented

(c)

Increase the number of skilled manpower in Agricommodity sector

500 skilled manpower

(d)

Increase the number of smallholders producing latex (RM1 additional incentive for every kilogram of latex produced)

300 smallholders producing latex

95% implementation of programs/ initiatives

AKM 3

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET 

JUN 2022

THRUST 1: Economic Restructuring

Expanding the access of local Agricommodity market to the international level

Strengthening the competitiveness of Agricommodity sector through standards and norms compliance

ACTIVITY

TARGET  JUN 2022

(a)

Percentage of certified oil palm acreage (certified planted areas)

93%

(b)

Production and processing standards compliance for rubber and rubber-based products

76%

(c)

Cocoa quality standard compliance (MS2672:2017)

98%

(d)

Pepper quality certification

320 certificates

(e)

Malaysia Timber Certification Scheme (MTCS) certification for identified areas

30 areas

(cumulative target)

(f)

MTCS certification for conmpanies

468 companies

(cumulative target)

95% implementation of programs/ initiatives

AKM 4

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET 

JUN 2022

THRUST 1: Economic Restructuring

Modernizing the management of Agricommodity sector

Increase the use of mechanization, automation and commercialization of R&D projects in the Agricommodity sector

ACTIVITY

TARGET  JUN 2022

(a)

Commercialization of R&D projects in the Agricommodity sector

5 R&D projects commercialized

(b)

Adaptation of mechanization and automation in palm oil sector

Identify/ improve three technologies in the plantation sector

15% productivity increase

(Productivity is measured through the increase in production of fresh fruit bunches before and after the adaptation of mechanization, automation and commercialization of R&D projects)

95% implementation of programs/ initiatives

AKM 5

THRUST

STRATEGY

PROGRAM/ INITIATIVE

TARGET 

JUN 2022

THRUST 6: Strenghtening Service Delivery

Strengthening the service delivery of Agricommodity sector through intensified digital technology

Strengthening the service delivery through KPPK's digital system to facilitate the rakyat and parties involved in Agricommodity sector

ACTIVITY

TARGET  JUN 2022

(a)

Strengthen the delivery of ‘End to End’ (E2E) services through KPPK’s digital system

80% average achievement of KPPK E2E services

(b)

Promote the e-FFB module to facilitate oil palm traders

e-FFB module can be fully (100%) utilized by oil palm traders

(c)

Improving the effectiveness of rubber transactions through the RRIMniaga System

95% of licensees (rubber traders and clusters) are actively using the RRIMniaga System

95% implementation of programs/ initiatives

 

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Encik Abzarul Mohd Kamil bin Abdullah
Ketua Penolong Setiausaha (KPSU)
Unit Dasar dan Strategik

03-88803426

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Penolong Setiausaha
Unit Dasar dan Strategik

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