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FAO in Myanmar
Myanmar is highly vulnerable to climate change and extreme weather conditions. According to the Global...
On 16th October, Myanmar joined global celebrations to mark the World Food Day 2018 with...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Myanmar Emergency Centre for Transboundary...
As part of the implementation of FAO’s "Supporting the Application of the Ecosystem Approach to...

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

November 2018

  • Risk Communication National Strategy Workshop
  • Farmer Field Day at Farmer Field School sites in Central Dry Zone and Delta areas (Nyaung U, Kyaukpadaung and Labutta Townships)
  • Distribution of agricultural inputs for flood-affected people in Bago Region, Mon State and Kayin State
  • Community-level Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments for Fisheries (coastal and inland) and Aquaculture communities
  • Monitoring of Land Use Planning, Community Forestry villages and Farmer Field School villages (Nyaung U, Kyaukpadaung and Mindat Townships)

December 2018

  • MyCoast Validation Workshop in Nay Pyi Taw and Taninthayi
  • Meat Inspection Training in One Health context for improved food safety
  • Farmer Field Day at Farmer Field School sites in Central Dry Zone and Delta areas (Nyaung U, Kyaukpadaung and Labutta Townships)
  • Monitoring of Land Use Planning, Community Forestry villages and Farmer Field School villages (Nyaung U, Kyaukpadaung and Mindat Townships)

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