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Performance Analysis

of Bangladesh
Agriculture

Information Source: BBS, World

Economic Indicators
General

Agriculture productivity
GDP share of agriculture

7.4%
3.4%

4.6% 4.2%

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
347.2 353.4 350.3 362.2 378.8 394.8 416.9 447.8 469.3 487.3 519.2 544. 563.2 579.6
6
4
4
6
9
3
2
7
8
4
5
5
2
8
17.7
23.77
23 21.67 20.92 20.31 19.6 19.01 18.71 18.47 17.87 17.81
1 17.09 16.28

Rate of Growth Agriculture productivity


5.6%

4.8%

3.8%

Employment in Agriculture % of Population


62.1

6.5%
4.9%

4.9%

201
4
608.
1
16.1
1

51.7

51.7

48.1

47.5

2002

2003

2005

2010

2.7% 2.2%

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

2000

Following independence in 1971, agricultural production in Bangladesh has been steadily increasing and a remarkable 5.1% growth was achieved in 2010-11.
However, this momentum could not be sustained subsequently and the growth rate fell sharply in 2011-12 to 2.7%, and weakened further to only 2.2% in
2012-13. According to the Agriculture sector development strategy plan of the Government, the drop in performance was largely due to slower growth of the
crop sub-sector. The easily accessible productivity gains have already been captured, so that future growth in productivity requires new major breakthrough
in the technological front.
Employment in agriculture sector is decreasing, consequently the GDP share of this sector is decreasing as people are being employed in services and
manufacturing sector. At present, labor shortage during harvest season is about 40% and it is growing. This labor shortage results in high production cost
because of increased labor price.

Environmental Indicators
General

Units
Measured

Area in '000'
acre

Agricultural land

201
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
4
9353 9328
9266 9253 9246 9241 9128 9120 9108
94000 94030
0
0 93230 93110 92800
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Arable land percent of land area


60.8

2005

60.5

2006

60

2007

59.9

2008

59.9

2009

59.9

2010

59

59

58.98

2011

2012

2013

The amount of land available for cultivation is already being utilized.

Financial Information
Fiscal Year

Actual
Marginal
Disbursement Farmers

3.194
million
3.3 million

FY15

Taka 112.03

2.543 million

FY14

Taka 106.5

2.485 million

3.31
million

FY13

Taka 93.02

2.44 million

Fiscal Year

Disbursement Target

Achieved

No. of Farmers

FY15

Taka 155.50 billion

FY14

Taka 145.95 billion

FY13

Taka 141.3 billion

Taka
159.78
Taka
160.37
Taka
146.67

All scheduled financial intermediaries, under the instruction of the Bangladesh Bank (BB), are required
to offer different short and long-term credit options to agricultural sector. According to BB, all banks
have achieved nearly 103 per cent or BDT 159.78 billion of their annual agriculture loan-disbursement
target, which had been fixed at BDT 155.50 billion in total for the FY 15. A total of 3.194 million farmers
received agriculture and rural credit, decreasing from 3.3 million of FY 14. This is about 4.25% of the
population who are directly employed in agriculture.

BANGLADESH LIVESTOCK
& POULTRY INFORMATION

Info. Source: BBS, Krishi Diary and Web

Livestock & Poultry Population


Poultry/Li
2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
vestock

Cow

226.7

228

228.7

229

229.8

230.5

231.2

232.0

233.4

234.9

236.4

237.4

Buffalo

11.7

11.6

12.1

12.6

13.0

13.5

13.9

14.4

14.5

14.6

14.6

14.7

Sheep

24.7

25.7

26.8

27.8

28.8

29.8

30.0

30.8

31.4

32.1

32.7

33.1

199.4

207.5

215.6

224.0

232.8

241.5

251.2

252.8

254.4

256.0

257.1

464.7

475.1

485

495.58

506.5

516.7

528.4

532.1

535.9

539.7

542.3

1,948

2,069

2,125

2,214

2,280

2,347

2,429

2,490

2,553

2,618

2,661

372.8

381.7

390.8

398.4

412.34

426.77

441.2

457

472.54

488.61

505.22

516.29

2,209

2,330

2,460

2,523

2,626

2,707

2,788

2,886

2,963

3,042

3,123

3,177

2,664

2,795

2,935

3,008

3,122

3,214

3,305

3,414

3,495

3,578

3,663

3,719

Goat
191.6
Total
Ruminan 454.7
t
Chicken
1,837
Duck
Total
Poultry
Total
Livestoc
k

**

Over the years number of Chicken has increased the most


making it the main poultry business of Bangladesh.

Fig in Lac.

Poultry Meat & Egg Production


Product
s

Unit

200405

200506

200607

200708

200809

200910

201011

201112

201213

201314

201415

201516

Meat

Mio Ton

1.1

1.1

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.3

2.0

2.3

3.6

4.5

58.6

46.6

Egg

Mio
Number
s

5,623

5,422

5,369

5,653

4,692

5,742

6,078

7,303

7,617

** Both Egg & Meat Production number moved


lower during 2015-16 period marking it as a
possible cause to future deficiency against
respective demand.

10,168 109,952 88,235

Demand, Production & Deficiency (2013-14)


Products

Meat
Egg

Demand

Production

Availability

Deficiency

6.73 Mio MT
(120gm/day/head)

4.52 Mio MT

80.64

2.21 Million MT

15,974.4 Million
Number (104
numbers/year/head)

101,688 Mio Numbers

66.20
(Numbers/year/head)

5,806.40 Million
Numbers

**Potential deficiencies are there which


needs immediate attention

Targets & Achievements of Livestock


production

Constraints of the Livestock Sector


Key constraints of the livestock sector
Key constraints in
the dairy sector
Lack of skilled labour and qualified
personnel in smallholder dairy farming.

Key constraints in beef


fattening and meat production
Lack of quality livestock breed and
artificial Insemination.

Scarcity of feeds and fodder including Limited skill of farmers in beef


lack of grazing land and high price of fattening.
concentrated feed.
Lack of knowhow to prepare improved Limited skills of butchers.
feed.

Key constraints in
the poultry sector
Shortage of quality chicks/breeding
materials and higher price of day old
chicks.
Shortage of poultry feed and feed
ingredients.

Low quality and high price of mixed


feed as well as lack of knowhow to
prepare improved feed.
Susceptibility to disease.
Lack of organized marketing system of Lack of proper capital, equipment and
livestock and products.
technological knowhow to rear
commercial poultry.
Inadequate veterinary care, medicine & Inadequate veterinary cares, medicine, Inadequate veterinary care, medicine,
treatment.
treatment and extension services.
treatment and extension services.
Limited milk collection and processing Poor quality of slaughter houses.
Lack of skilled labour and qualified
facilities.
personnel.
Lack of insurance coverage.
Absence of market information.

Outdated meat and control act.

Lack of organized input and output


marketing system.
Lack of quality control facilities for
medicine, vaccines, feed and feed
ingredients, chicks, eggs, birds etc.

Growth rate in Value added from livestock &


livestock products at constant prices
Growth in value added from livestock and livestock products at
constant (1984-85) prices
Annual compound growth rates (%)

19732009

19812009

19912009

3.7

4.5

3.4

5.9

5.9

5.1

4.3

3.8

2.0

7.8

8.8

9.0

5.4

5.8

5.0

Agricultural sector

1.9

1.9

2.6

National GDP

6.3

6.8

6.0

Milk and milk


products
Hides and skin
Eggs
Other minor
products
Livestock sector

Indicators of Crop
Statistics

Growth and share Indicators


SFYP output proxy indicators

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

Rate of growth in agricultural


GDP in constant prices 2005-06

5.2%

4.3%

2.6%

2.1%

3.1%

Rice import dependency (3-year


moving average)*

3.3%

2.5%

2.3%

2.2%

0.9%

Share of rice value added in total


food value added in current price

42.1%

42.5%

41.8%

41.0%

na

Share of rice in total cropped land

78.5%

77.0%

76.5%

76.0%

na

HYV rice area as % total rice area


(including boro hybrid)

79.4%

81.5%

82.4%

82.8%

78.4%

Source: Agri Yearbook 2014

Total Area and Production of Different Crops


Item
Major cereals

Aus Rice

Aman Rice

Boro Rice

Wheat

Minor cereals

Total cereals

Year
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

Area 000, Acres

Production 000,M. tons Per acre Yield (kg)

29,163
29,257
29,372

35,659
35,088
34,884

2,598
2,602
2,812

2,326
2,158
2,332

13,666
13,863
13,789

13,023
12,897
12,798

11,837
11,763
11,886

19,007
18,778
18,759

1,062
1,029
885

1,303
1,255
995

762
585
495

1,226
1,220
1,124

2,126
1,549
1,301

29,925
29,842
29,867

1,605
1,596
1,578

952
930
928

895
829
829

1,222
1,199
1,187

2,788
2,650
2,628

37,784
36,637
36,185

1,262
1,227
1,211

Source: Agri Yearbook 2014

Total Area and Production of


Different Crops
Item
Potato

Jute (bales)

Maize

Pulses

Oil Seeds

Spices & Condiments

Chillies

Year
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

2013-14
2012-13
2011-12

Area 000, Acres


1,141
1,098
1,063

1,645
1,683
1,878

759
580
487

823
701
656

1,071
1,009
977
824
855
784
803

222
231
240

Production 000,M. tons


8,950
8,603
8,206

7,436
7,611
8,003

2,123
1,548
1,298

352
265
240

848
804
764

2,106
1,721
1,755

110
102
126

Per acre Yield (kg)


7,850
7,835
7,719

4.5
4.5
4.5

2,797
2,669
2,665

427
378
365

793
796
782

2,043
2,195
2,185

495
442
525
Source: Agri Yearbook 2014

Total Production and Yield Change in


Crops

Aggregate Demand and Supply


change (2006-07)
Item

2006-07 Aggregate production*

Aggregate
Consumption
Demand**

Demand-Supply
Balance

Foodgrain

213.7

235.8

-22.0

potato

52.7

25.5

+27.1

Lentil

1.3

6.1

-486

Spices

16.9

25.7

-8.7

Onion

13.4

-4.4

All Vegetables

93.6

134.7

-41.7

Brinjal

13.1

9.3

+3.6

Potol

1.2

6.6

-2.4

Pumpkin

2.6

8.1

-6.0

Karala

1.5

6.9

-5.9

Okra

1.6

7.8

-6.3

Tomato

5.8

2.2

+3.5

Lal shak

2.3

14.8

-12.5

Pui shak

2.2

9.5

-7.2

Source: Food security and case report of Bangladesh


Figures in millions

Rice Varieties and


Irrigation
SFYP output proxy indicators

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

No. of improved new rice varieties


developed by GoB agencies

Wheat

Maize

Potato

11

13

na

Pulses

Vegetables

11

Edible oilseeds*

Fruits

10

% of cropped area under irrigation

45.3%

45.8%

46.8%

47.4%

na

Surface water irrigation area as % of


total irrigation area

22.0%

21.3%

21.3%

20.9%

21.0%

No. of farmers trained on sustainable


agriculture practices by DAE (lakh)

13.3

12.7

12.7

12.8

na

No. of new non- rice varieties


developed

Source: Statistical Yearbook 2014

Cropping
Areas

2012-13
2013-14
Area in

(000`acre

)
Area in (`000`acre)
Acre

Hectare
Acre

Items

Year
2011-12
Area in
(`000`acre)
Acre

Net cropped Area

19,594

7,929

19,543

7,909

Total Cropped Area

37,261

15,079

37,150

15,034

Single Cropped Area

6,080

2,439

6,031

2,401

Double Cropped Area

9,488

3,840

9,441

3,821

Triple Cropped Area

4,055

1,641

4,047

1,638

Quadruple Cropped Area

23

24

10

Current Fallow Area

930

376

969

392

Intensity of Cropping

190

Total Irrigated area

17,435

7,056

17,606

7,125

Hectare

Source: Statistical Yearbook 2014

Consumption of Different
of Crops
Per Capita Day Intake of Major Food Items (in Grams)

Food Items
Rice
Wheat
Pulses
Vegetables
Meat\Poutry\Egg
Beef
Mutton
Chicken\duck
Eggs
Fish
Sugar

Source: HIES, 2010,


BBS

National
439.4
12.0
14.1
157.0
20.8
7.7
0.5
6.8
5.1
42.1
8.0

2005
Rural
459.7
7.9
12.7
156.4
17.6
6.4
0.5
6.1
4.4
39.7
7.5

by Residence HIES 2010&2005

Urban

National

2010
Rural

378.5
84.5
18.6
158.6
30.7
11.9
0.6
10.6
7.4
49.5
9.7

416.0
26.0
14.3
166.0
26.2
6.8
0.6
11.2
7.2
49.4
8.5

44.6
23.3
13.2
170.0
20.5
4.7
0.5
9.0
5.8
45.6
7.4

Urban
344.2
33.6
17.3
154.9
42.2
12.6
0.8
1.4
11.3
59.9
11.3

Total Area and Production of


Different Crops
Name of
crops

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-2010

2010-2011

Area

Prod.

Area

Prod.

Area

Prod.

Area

Prod.

Area

Prod.

Local

1,051,450

515,847

884,520

407,521

928,970

446,576

832,230

393,434

780,426

393,543

HYV*

1,187,355

996,478

1,385,525

1,099,331

1,703,995

1,447,981

1,599,462

1,315,693

1,969,589

1,739,278

Total Aus

2,238,805

1,512,325

2,270,045

1,506,852

2,632,965

1,894,557

2,431,692

1,709,127

2,750,015

2,132,821

Aman Rice

Broadcast

1,194,680

506,554

761,065

286,724

996,180

461,528

1,175,080

566,792

1,052,822

509,032

Local Trans.

3,941,760

2,467,318

3,308,315

1,660,235

3,443,455

2,077,071

3,494,580

2,236,737

3,251,031

2,140,731

HYV*

8,245,333

7,866,998

8,404,400

7,715,232

9,144,990

9,074,570

9,323,203

9,403,633

9,647,080

10,141,737

Total Aman

13,381,773

10,840,870

12,473,780

9,662,191

13,584,625

11,613,169

13,992,863

12,207,162

13,950,933

12,791,500

Boro Rice

Local

355,620

256,286

311,475

225,537

301,890

217,544

265,221

214,550

195,300

161,903

HYV*

10,166,010

14,708,769

9,118,920

13,984,492

9,341,557

13,866,302

9,671,268

14,622,485

9,967,871

15,329,343

Hybrid

1,955,520

3,551,752

2,010,870

3,725,205

1,694,671

3,221,927

1,624,807

3,125,834

Total Boro

10,521,630

14,965,055

11,385,915

17,761,781

11,654,317

17,809,051

11,631,160

18,058,962

11,787,978

18,616,780

Total Rice

24,127,208

27,378,250

26,129,740

28,930,824

27,871,907

191,597,777

28,055,715

31,975,251

28,488,926

33,541,101

Aus Rice

Source: Statistical Yearbook 2014

Total Area and Production of Different


Crops
Wheat

987,960

736,893

958,347

844,145

975,125

849,046

929,766

901,490

923,470

972,085

Potato

Local

207,620

818,017

201,070

886,109

193,375

561,907

184,168

806,171

184,301

869,787

HYV

644,705

4,348,655

791,935

5,761,669

784,165

4,706,420

889,678

7,124,069

952,891

7,456,602

5,166,672

993,005

6,647,778

977,540

5,268,327

Total Potato 852,325


Total of
Major
Cereals

27,982,493

33,221,815

Jute (Bales) 1,034,360

4,884,069

1,073,846 7,930,240 1,137,192 8,326,389

28,081,092 36,422,747 29,824,572 37,434,150 30,059,327 40,806,981 30,549,588 50,939,575

1,088,500 4,622,443 1,039,030

4,677,740

1,028,832 5,089,728 17,751,325 8,395,840

Source: Statistical Yearbook 2014

INDICATOR OF
LIVESTOCK

Population of Ruminant
Units

Specific
Measure 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
ations

Cattle

In lakh
Number

226.7

228

228.7

229

Buffalo

In lakh
Number

11.1

11.6

12.1

12.6

Goat

In lakh
Number

191.6

199.4

207.5

215.6

Sheep

In lakh
Number

24.7

25.7

26.8

27.8

444.1

464.7

475.1

485

Total
In lakh
Ruminant Number

229.76 230.51 231.21 231.95 233.41 234.88 236.36 237.35

13.04

13.49

13.94

14.43

14.5

14.57

14.68

14.69

224.01 232.75 241.49 251.16 252.76 254.39 256.02 257.11

28.77

29.77

30.02

30.82

31.43

495.58 506.52 516.84 528.36 532.11

32.06

535.9

32.7

33.13

539.72 542.27

Target and Achievement


Specifications

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Semen Production

2.442

3.429

3.452

3.824

3.719

Treatment of Domestic Animal

6.198

5.156

4.408

5.545

6.754

Vaccination of domestic
animal

11.83

10.75

10.58

10.65

12.65

Training

0.981

0.952

1.008

1.051

1.104

Production of vaccination for


domestic animal

13.64

10.144

12.71

12.359

14.31

Target of vaccine production


for domestic animal

13.482

19.182

20.862

20.862

13.92

Actual Artifical breeding for


domestic animals

2.444

2.691

2.89

2.974

3.25

2.35

2.6

2.85

3.05

3.2

Target of Artifical breeding for


domestic animals

Source:Krishi Diary:Fig in Million

Contribution of Livestock to
GDP
Specifications

Units
Measured

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2.06

1.98

1.9

1.84

1.78

2.51

2.59

2.68

2.74

2.83

%
GDP calculated at constant price

Growth rate of GDP

Production
Particula
rs

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

26.5

22.86

23.65

29.47

34.63

50.67

60.9

69.7

52.3

10.4

10.84

12.64

19.86

23.32

36.2

45.2

58.6

46.59

Milk

Meat

Source:Krishi Diary; Fig in Lac ton

Demand, Production and Deficiency


Prod
ucts

Units

Demand Produc
14
tion14

Deficie
ncy14

Demand
15

Prod Deficien
uctio cy
n15 15

Milk

Mn MT

14.02

6.09

7.93

14.48

6.97

7.51

Meat

Mn MT

6.73

4.52

2.21

6.95

5.86

1.09

Egg

Million 15974.4
Numbe
rs

1099
5.20

5509.60

Source:Krishi Diary

10168.0 5806.40 16504.80


0

Demand and Availabity (Per Person)


Products

Units

Deman1
4

Avaibalit
y14

Demand
15

Avalaibili
try15

Milk

ml/day/head

250

108.66

250

122.00

Meat

Gm/day/hea
d

120

80.64

120

102.62

Egg

Numbers/ye
ar/
head

104

66.20

104

70.26

Source:Krishi Diary

Contribution of Livestock in National


Economy of Bangladesh
Specification

Unit

2014

2015

Contribution of Livestock in GDP

1.78%

1.73%

GDP growth rate of Livestock

2.83%

3.10%

27,667

29,887

14.08%

14.09%

Employment (Directly)

20%

20%

Employment (Partly)

50%

50%

Fuel Supply

25%

25%

GDP volume (Current price) in Corer

Crore

Share of Livestock in Agriculture GDP

Production of Bio-fertilizer
Biogas Plant Installation

Source: Krishi Diary

Mn MT
unit

125
2180%

Opportunities in Livestock

Bangladesh Fishery Information

Species wise indicator


YEAR

2006

Species/Group Units Measured


Major Carp

Metric Ton

Other Carp

Metric Ton

Exotic Carp

Metric Ton

Pangas (Cat Fish)

Metric Ton

Other Cat Fish

Metric Ton

Snake Head

Metric Ton

Live Fish

Metric Ton

Tilapia

Metric Ton

Other Inland Fish

Metric Ton

Hilsha

Metric Ton

Shrimp/Prawn

Metric Ton

Sardine
Bombay Duck
Indian Salmon
Pomfret
Jew Fish
Sea Cat Fish

Metric
Metric
Metric
Metric
Metric
Metric

Ton
Ton
Ton
Ton
Ton
Ton

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

535,492.0 547,652.0
692,597.0 753,572.0 777,005.0 731,662.0
755,074.0
616,761.00
728,695.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
603,506.0
9,303.00 9,821.00 9,339.00 11,155.00 64,359.00 55,021.00
54,130.00 80,138.00 80,997.00
0
292,961.0 333,452.0
376,006.0 265,375.0 299,494.0 402,490.0
363,737.0
257,739.00
305,938.00
389,642.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
406,818.0

371,068.00
0
208,972.0 221,965.0 288,887.0 360,722.0
34,104.00 58,588.00 85,869.00 117,856.00
81,536.00 64,537.00
0
0
0
0
102,686.0 110,460.0
113,989.0 117,577.0
101,309.00
122,093.00
89,351.00 53,305.00 60,282.00 69,305.00
0
0
0
0
101,368.0
102,651.0
133,512.0
60,292.00 58,158.00 75,286.00 77,113.00
94,000.00 95,063.00
115,185.00
0
0
0
347,801.0

298,062.00
0
643,160.0 643,876.0
575,620.0 710,853.0 769,668.0 835,457.0
542,711.0
634,829.00
646,085.00
524,488.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
279,189.0 290,000.0
313,753.0 339,845.0 346,512.0 351,223.0
387,211.0
277,123.00
298,921.00
385,140.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
221,131.0 223,095.0
186,418.0 239,460.0 252,523.0 228,769.0
230,244.0
211,010.00
244,972.00
223,788.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

20,187.00 29,636.00 27,590.00 32,835.00


39,331.00 36,009.00 36,980.00 58,263.00 58,464.00 60,750.00 62,817.00 71,745.00 51,673.00 53,950.00
1,018.00
969.00
1,040.00 7,733.00 7,733.00 4,521.00 3,030.00 2,445.00 1,960.00 1,020.00
12,023.00 13,061.00 16,728.00 46,643.00 50,245.00 40,478.00 39,537.00 29,693.00 23,355.00 11,437.00
32,538.00 35,214.00 33,803.00 38,414.00 35,514.00 36,639.00 37,929.00 30,600.00 36,170.00 31,826.00
18,151.00 18,131.00 20,534.00 16,515.00 16,722.00 17,193.00 19,700.00 8,594.00 9,719.00 9,476.00
509,995.00

Inland Capture
YEAR

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Sources of Inland
Capture

Units
Measured

River

Metric Ton

137,859. 136,958. 136,812. 138,160. 141,148. 144,566. 145,613. 147,264.0 167,373.0 174,878.0
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
0
0
0

Sundarbans

Metric Ton

16,423.0 17,751.0 18,151.0 18,462.0 20,437.0 22,451.0 21,610.0


15,945.00 18,366.00 17,580.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Beel

Metric Ton

76,365.0 75,137.0 77,524.0 79,200.0 79,209.0 81,564.0 85,208.0


87,902.00 88,911.00 92,678.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Kaptai Lake

Metric Ton

7,548.00 8,085.00 8,248.00 8,590.00 7,336.00 8,980.00 8,537.00 9,017.00

Flood Plain

Metric Ton

690,753. 738,673. 786,515. 843,671. 781,807. 797,024. 696,127. 701,330.0 712,976.0 730,210.0
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
0
0
0

Total

Metric Ton

928,948. 976,604. 1,027,25 1,088,08 1,029,93 1,054,58 957,095. 961,458.0 995,805.0 1,023,991.
00
00
0.00
3.00
7.00
5.00
00
0
0
00

8,179.00

8,645.00

Aqua-culture Production
YEAR

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Types of Culture

Units Measured

Pond

Metric Ton

759,628 811,954. 866,049. 912,178.0 1,140,484 1,219,736 1,392,412 1,446,59 1,526,160 1,613,240
.00
00
00
0
.00
.00
.00
4.00
.00
.00

Seasonal
Cultured
Waterbody

Metric Ton

27,738. 30,157.0 32,931.0


132,163.0 200,833. 193,303.0 201,280.0
35,842.00 46,902.00 51,230.00
00
0
0
0
00
0
0

Baor

Metric Ton

Shirmp

Metric Ton

Pen Culture
Cage Culture

Metric Ton
Metric Ton

Total

Metric Ton

4,498.0
4,698.00 4,778.00 5,038.00 8,727.00 4,864.00 5,186.00 6,146.00 6,514.00 7,267.00
0
127,923 129,160. 134,715. 145,585.0 155,866.0 184,939.0 196,306.0 206,235. 216,447.0 223,582.0
.00
00
00
0
0
0
0
00
0
0

13,054.00 13,070.00

1,447.00 1,969.00
919,787 975,969. 1,038,47 1,098,643 1,351,979 1,460,769 1,726,067 1,859,80 1,956,925 2,060,408
.00
00
3.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
8.00
.00
.00

Marine Production
YEAR
Types of Marine
Capture

Units
Measured

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Marine Industrial

Metric Ton

34,084. 35,391. 34,159. 35,429. 34,182. 41,665. 73,386. 73,030.0 76,885.0 84,846.0
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
0
0
0

Marine Artisanal

Metric Ton

445,72 452,04 463,41 479,215 483,100 504,66 505,23 515,958. 518,500. 515,000.
6.00
7.00
4.00
.00
.00
8.00
4.00
00
00
00

Total

Metric Ton

479,81 487,43 497,57 514,644 517,282 546,33 578,62 588,988. 595,385. 599,846.
0.00
8.00
3.00
.00
.00
3.00
0.00
00
00
00

Sector wise production


YEAR

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Source
Indicator

Units
Measured

Inland
Capture

Metric Ton

928,948.0 976,604.0 1,027,25 1,088,083 1,029,937 1,054,585 957,095. 961,458.0 995,805.0 1,023,991
0
0
0.00
.00
.00
.00
00
0
0
.00

Aqua-Culture Metric Ton

919,787.0 975,969.0 1,038,47 1,098,643 1,351,979 1,460,769 1,726,06 1,859,808. 1,956,925. 2,060,408
0
0
3.00
.00
.00
.00
7.00
00
00
.00

Marine
Capture

Metric Ton

479,810.0 487,438.0 497,573. 514,644.0 517,282.0 546,333.0 578,620. 588,988.0 595,385.0 599,846.0
0
0
00
0
0
0
00
0
0
0

Total

Metric Ton

2,328,545 2,440,011 2,563,29 2,701,370 2,899,198 3,061,687 3,261,78 3,410,254. 3,548,115. 3,684,245
.00
.00
6.00
.00
.00
.00
2.00
00
00
.00

Growth Rate
Metric Ton
(%)

5.08%

4.79%

5.05%

5.39%

7.32%

5.60%

6.54%

4.55%

4.04%

3.84%

YEAR
Product
Indicator

Annual Export

(Quantity in Metric Ton & Value in TK)


2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Quant Valu Quan Valu Quant
Quan Valu Quant Valu Quan Valu Quan Valu Quan
Quan Valu Quan Valu
Value
Value
ity
e
tity
e
ity
tity
e
ity
e
tity
e
tity
e
tity
tity
e
tity
e

Frozen Shrimp/
49,317 2,698 53,36 2,992 49,907 2,863. 50,36 2,744 51,599. 2,885 54,89 3,568. 48,007 3,640. 50,33 3,376. 47,63 4,118 44,27 3,937
Prawn
.00
.40 1.00 .30
.00
90
8.00 .10
00
.20 1.00
20
.00
20
3.00
20
5.00 .80 8.00 .60
Live Fish
Frozen Fish
Chilled Fish
Dry fish

57.00 0.48

4.00 0.07 10.00

0.15

0.30

0.01

150.00 2.19 77.00 1.34 210.00 2.67

Total
% of Total

0.46

0.04

16,36 421.0 19,026 520.7 11,83 246.8 5,021.


11,62 177.0
89.07
9.00
5
.00
4
1.00
6
00
9.00
8

341.0
623.0
1,278.
2,634.
2,845.
11.99 622.00 25.06
5.57 996.00 9.43
36.03
29.67
36.74
0
0
00
00
00
-

577.0
30.86 411.00 27.46
0

261.0
261.0
21.65
25.37
0
0

1,107.
1,123.
1,217.
4,485.
5,767.
7,428. 169.4 7,707. 164.7 12,55 199.3
12.95
15.48 439.00 4.88
11.98 692.00 10.41
54.11
95.77
00
00
00
00
00
00
9
00
5
8.00
8

Shark fin/ Fish


244.0
276.0
78.00 0.80
4.11 266.00 1.82
1.77 955.00 12.66
Maws
0
0
Others

0.05

17,429 294.0 18,37 325.9 23,515 495.4 19,29 450.8 21,464. 458.1 16,74 490.0 15,513 396.1 11,43 316.3 11,67 337.1 10,65 277.6
.00
0
6.00
0
.00
6
4.00
9
00
1
3.00
0
.00
8
5.00
6
7.00
1
6.00
3

Salted/Dehydra
441.0
591.00 19.84
12.80 658.00 26.97 84.00 3.92
ted Fish
0
Crab

1,783.0
13.22 0.60
0

100.00 1.09 78.00 0.86 294.00 0.41

1.00

0.09

1,308.
2,780.
2,758.
2,599.
2,393.
1,297.
18.73 528.00 3.85
33.97
14.14
13.93
15.89
6.81
00
00
00
00
00
00

68,829 3,029 73,70 3,352 75,299 3,396. 72,88 3,243 77,643. 3,408 96,46 4,603. 92,479 4,703. 84,90 4,158. 77,32 4,776 83,52 4,660
.00
.84 4.00 .89
.00
28
8.00 .41
00
.52 9.00
83
.00
94
5.00
97
8.00 .92 4.00 .60

4.56%

4.90%

4.04%

3.00%

2.74%

2.73%

2.46%

2.01%

2.09%

1.92%

Projected Production & Demand


Baseline (2012-2013)

Source Indicator
River

Water Area ('000 Production ('000


hactor)
MT)

Projection (2020-2021)

Production
(kg/ha)

Water Area ('000 Production ('000


hactor)
MT)

Production
(kg/ha)

854.00

147.00

172.00

854.00

169.05

197.05

Sundarbans

177.00

16.00

90.00

177.00

21.28

120.23

Beel

114.00

88.00

770.00

114.00

104.72

918.60

Kaptai Lake

69.00

9.00

131.00

69.00

11.25

163.04

Floodplain/Haor
Total Inland Water

2,702.00
3,916.00

701.00
961.00

260.00

2,617.00
3,831.00

841.20
1,147.50

311.32

Pond/Dighi

371.00

1,447.00

3,896.00

393.00

1,982.39

5,044.25

Baor
Seasonal cultured
Waterbody

5.00

6.00

1,120.00

5.00

8.10

1,620.00

131.00

201.00

1,539.00

211.00

492.45

2,333.89

275.00
782.00

206.00
1,860.00

275.00
884.00

226.00
2,709.54

Shrimp/Prawn Farm
Total Aqua-culture
Marine Artisanal
Marine Industrial Trawler)
Total Marine

516.00
73.00
589.00

749.00

603.72
91.25
694.97

824.00

Top Aqua-culture producer


Global Rank

Production (Million MT)

Aqua-Culture

Capture

Capture

Aquaculture

Fish Consumed
(kg/person/yr) 2011

China

15.80

38.60

33.50

India

4.30

4.60

5.20

Vietnam

10

2.50

2.80

33.60

Indonesia

5.70

2.70

28.90

Bangladesh

15

1.60

1.50

19.70

Country

Per capita fish consumption


Country

Units Measured

1990

1995

2000

2003

Average Growth
(%)

Bangladesh

kg/person/year

7.00

8.00

11.00

11.00

57%

China

kg/person/year

11.00

20.00

25.00

25.00

257.00%

India

kg/person/year

3.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

33.00%

Indonesia

kg/person/year

14.00

17.00

20.00

20.00

54.00%

Japan

kg/person/year

71.00

71.00

67.00

66.00

-4.00%

Myanmar

kg/person/year

15.00

14.00

18.00

18.00

29.00%

Philippines

kg/person/year

36.00

32.00

29.00

28.00

-15.00%

Thailand

kg/person/year

20.00

33.00

30.00

30.00

50.00%

Vietnaam

kg/person/year

13.00

16.00

19.00

17.00

42.00%

Asia

kg/person/year

12.00

16.00

17.00

17.00

70.00%

South Asia

kg/person/year

4.00

4.00

5.00

5.00

67.00%

Europe

kg/person/year

20.00

19.00

19.00

20.00

11.00%

World

kg/person/year

13.00

15.00

16.00

16.00

33.00%

Social Indicator
Social Indicators

Unit Measured

Year 2015

Fisheries contribution to National GDP

% of total GDP

3.69%

Fisheries contribution to Agricultural GDP

% of total Agricultural GDP

23.12%

Animal Protein Supply

% of total supply

60%

Current Fish Intake

Gram/person/day

53

Desirable Fish Intake

Gram/person/day

60

Total Employment in Fisheries

million

17.8

Total Employment in Fisheries

% of total popultaion

11%

Women employment in fisheries

million

1.4

Women employment in fisheries

% of fisheries employment

8.50%

Avg. growth rate of fisheries for last 10 year

5.40%

Aquaculture growth performance for last 10 year

8.20%

Marine Industrial Trawler (licensed)

Number

225

Boats

Thousand

68

Marine Fisherman

million

0.5

Fresh Water fish species

260

Exotic Fish species

12

Marine Fish Species

486

Fresh Water Shirmp species

24

Marine shirmp species

36

Project undertaken by Fisheries Dept.


Restoration of the
Regional fisheries and
Natural Breeding
Emergency 2007
livestock development
Jatka protection
Habitate of the Halda
Fisheries development cyclone recovery and
project (barishal)
alternative livilhood and
River
(July
project in greater pabna
restoration project
(July 2007 to June
research project (DOF
2006 to June 2011)
district
(ECRRP)
(July
2013) Fund:TK.
Part)
Fund:TK. 13.68
2008 TO June 2013)
124.30 crore.
crore.
Fish culture technology
Fish culture and
extension project in
management project
Union level
in the vobodoha at
(July 2009 to June
Jessore
2014)

Hura Sagar
National Agricultural
Aquaculture and
Technology Project
Fisheries Management
(DLS Component)
Project

Poverty reduction and


livelyhood security for
the people of
economically depresed
Area (April 2010 to
December 2013)

Aqua-culture
develolpment project
in Greater faridpur
District

Development &
Management of
Identified Degraded
Water Bodies and
Conservation of
Indegenious Fishes

Strengthening of
Wetland Bio-diversity
Aquaculture &
Fishery and Aquaculture
Rehabilitation Project
Fisheries Management Food Study and Quality
(July 2009 to June 2015)
project in Haor Area Management System in
Fund:TK. 78 crore.
Bangladesh