Agricultural Development Strategic Plan


YEAR 2015-2019


December 2013

Directorate General of Agro Industry

CSBC experts involved
Dr. Ir. Idqan Fahmi, MEc


Brief description
Strategic Plan of Agricultural Development Year 2015-2019 is the main reference for the Directorate General of Agriculture to implement development programs in the agro-industrial sector during 2015-2019 in support of the national competitiveness development. It is a planning document for a period of 5 (five) years which includes the vision, mission, strategic objectives, the policy and strategy, programs, and priority activities.

The Agro-industrial development period 2015-2019 focused on achieving the seven primary missions, namely:

  1. improve comprehensive agro-industrial downstream products
  2. improve efficient and sustainable agro-industrial products , as well as appropriate national and international quality standards in the market
  3. enhance the growth of agro-based industrial products based on local wisdom
  4. enhance the growth of agro-industry that meets aspects of the green industry
  5. increase the contribution of the adequacy, availability and affordability of agro industrial products related to the food industry and renewable energy
  6. increase the involvement of small industries in increasing value added of agro-industry
  7. improve the quality of agro industry human resources and institutional

Strategic Plan of the Directorate General of Agriculture Year 2015 – 2019 is a guide for leaders to produce draft of programs and activities consistent with the goals. It is expected to be used as reference in the preparation of standards and the development of work plans so that the translation of a work plan each year will be more easily implemented. Moreover, with reference to the Strategic Plan, the evaluation of the programs / activities implementation will also be easier to implement.

The agro-industrial development is a complex problem that requires treatment involving a variety of functions and policies Cooperation between actors. It’s just a variety of functions and the policy is not fully under the authority of the Directorate General of Agriculture and Regional Working Units (on education) in charge of the agro industry. Even more under the authority of the Ministry / Agency or another on education. Therefore, handling of agro-industrial development inevitably requires the cooperation of other sectors, ranging from planning to monitoring and evaluation in the field.