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The video promotes an integrated home garden/nutrition education approach in the framework of the project...
FAO Myanmar has recently published the first issue of the quarterly newsletter in 2018.
The Government of Myanmar and FAO are cooperating to implement the Australian funded project “Evidence-Based...
On 21st March 2018, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations collaborated with...

The FAO Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2012-2016  in Myanmar has identified seven priority outcomes covering a number of priority areas:

1. Increased agricultural production to enhance food security
2. Improved food safety and quality
3. Sustainable management of natural resources and the environment
4. Land use and land management improvement
5. Human resource development and institutional capacity building
6. Rural livelihoods improvement
7. Preparedness for disaster and climate change

Meetings / Workshops / Events

May 2018

  • Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission and capacity building training on food security analysis and assessment (FAO and WFP)
  • Launching ceremony of the Climate-Smart Agriculture Centre in Yezin Agricultural University, (GCP/MYA/017/GFF)
  • Township-Level DRM Systems Analysis and Village PRA in Yangon, Ayeyarwady Region and Rakhine State, (GCP /MYA/021/LDF)