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Program Taman Kekal Pengeluaran Makanan (TKPM), MOA, 2000

Program Taman Kekal Pengeluaran Makanan (TKPM), MOA, 2000
Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani
Engineering and Manufacturing
Geographical Scale
National Social Programme Area Size 7,631.90 hectares
Initial Cost
103.78 million (Federal, from year 2009 to 2011)
4.38 million (State: Johor, From year 2010 to 2012)
Year Started
The Permanent Food Production Park (TKPM/PFPP) Programme was introduced in 2000 to improve the internal food production sector. TKPM/PFPP was also a strategy developed under the Third National Agriculture Policy to transform agriculture sector by encouraging big-scaled agriculture project, commercialisation and high technology by the entrepreneur and private sector.

The development of TKPM/PFPP involves collaboration between the Federal Government, the State Government, and the participants. Based on the Memorandum of Understanding signed, the Federal Government will finance infrastructure development cost while the State Government provides suitable land area and gazette it as TKPM/PFPP site. The selected participant on the other hand will provide financial resources, workforce, equipment, and agricultural inputs to manage planting under the TKPM/PFPP programme.

1. As at 2011, 55 TKPM/PFPP which covered 7,631.90 hectares were established with 964 participants.
2. Production output by end of 2011 had reached 58,504 metric tonne worth RM63.5 million.
3. As for the state of Johore, 7 TKPM/PFPP covering a planted area of 207 hectares developed until the year 2012 (from year 2000) with 63 participants.
4. In Negeri Sembilan, until June 2012, a total of 5 TKPM/PFPP have been developed with an area of 258.37 hectares
(67 participants) (from year 2006).

To establish permanent food production zone, produce food production entrepreneurs, increase participation of entrepreneurs and private sector in food production, enhance sustainability and quality of national food production and improve net income of participants/farmers to at least RM3,000 a month.

In order to achieve the objectives, the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry (Ministry) had planned a few strategies such as development based on zoning approach, cluster food industry and market driven as well as establishing food chain in crop industry.

Policies or Reference Documents
Third National Agricultural Policy (NAP3) 1998-2010
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