FAO in Myanmar
The Final Workshop for launching the Ecosystem-based Sustainable Forest Management Planning Manual (ESFM PM), Ecosystem-based...
FAO Regional Conferences are an official forum where Ministers and high-ranking officials from FAO Members...
With 2,832 kilometres of coastline, Myanmar possesses rich marine fisheries resources and a high level...
Myanmar has one of the highest proportions of forest cover in mainland Southeast Asia. According...

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

January - March 2020 

  •  Technical Consultation workshops on the stocking and identification of Early Warning Early Action (EWEA) needs
  • Regional workshops on Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM)
  • Stakeholders consultations and local level workshops on Pilot integration of CBDRM into Village Development Planning (VDP)
  • Regional Level Training of Trainer for Mangrove Friendly Aquaculture in Climate Change Resiliency
  • Regional Level Training of Trainer for Safety at Sea
  • Nutrition Behavior Barrier Analysis (NBBA) including analysis of the existing gaps (evidence based) in nutrition behavior, developing study design, tools, and methodology, and conducting field data collection, collation, analysis and reporting
  • Joint analysis of gaps for revision of existing Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) & Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
  •  2nd National Forest Inventory Field Training
  •  Validation Workshop for Project Support for the National Land Use Policy Implementation
  • Continuing support to Sub – national MS – NPAN planning in States and Regions