The Indonesia Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership) was developed by the Indonesian and Australian governments to combine their strengths to improve the red meat and cattle sector supply chain in Indonesia and to promote a stable trade and investment environment between Indonesia and Australia.
The 10-year Partnership will span until June 2024, with AUD $ 60 million in funding from the Australian Government and co-contributions from project Partners.
Kalimantan is the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world. In South Kalimantan cattle herding remains integral to local farmer livelihoods. However, the smallholder cattle breeders face the challenge of tracking and managing their cattle, resulting in cow and calf losses.Read More
The Indonesia-Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership) has released its 2020 Joint State of the Industry Report. While industry will continue to face pricing-related struggles in 2021, both countries are working through the challenges, with Indonesia seeking alternative suppliers and Australia rebuilding its herd.Read More
The Partnership’s cattle breeding advisory team continued their support for the development of integrated oil palm and cattle production (SISKA) in Indonesia. On the 24th of March, the Partnership, in collaboration with UNDP, West Papua Provincial Government, and Papua University, held a webinar to highlight the potential of SISKA in Papua.Read More
The Partnership’s forward planning for the red meat and cattle sector, and its assessment of industry opportunities throughout 2020, are providing hope for a brighter 2021 and beyond.Read More
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