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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