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Myanmar has a long history of good forest management and for centuries its timber products,...
FAO played an important role in the process leading to the adoption of the 2030...
Climate change is a global challenge and its impacts are reducing the capacity of natural...
Institutional and legal framework of governing natural resources in Myanmar is complex and challenging at...

The FAO Country Programming Framework for Myanmar (2017-2022) has identified three priority areas:

1. Enhanced food security, nutrition and food safety;

2. Strengthened governance and sustainable management of land, forest, water resources and ecosystems; and

3. Enhanced resilience of local communities and farming households to natural and humanitarian disasters, climate change and transboundary and emerging infectious disease risks.

Meetings / Workshops / Events

June-September 2019

  • Inception Workshop on Global Agriculture and Food Security Programme (GAFSP) in Myanmar
  • Field testing of timber chain of custody field trip
  • Workshop on training curriculum development for Community Forest establishment
  • 8th round risk based surveillance of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) and Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza (LPAI)
  • National/Regional/State level Validation Workshops on Climate Change     Vulnerability Assessment
  • Training of Open Foris Calc (FAO in-house tool for data analysis and result calculation
  • Training of Trainers on Climate-Smart Agriculture
  • Testing eggs for antibiotic residues at Yangon Veterinary Assay Laboratory of LBVD
  • One-day hand-on training to the Final year students of University of Forestry and Environmental Science
  • Capacity Building (TOT and final training) on EAFM (Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management), EAA (Ecosystem Approach to Aquaculture) in pilot communities including LOA with SEAFDEC
  • Workshop on Green Ecology
  • MEAL Validation Workshop
  • Training of Trainers on post harvesting