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FAO in Myanmar
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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

January-March 2019

  • Signing and Launching of Country Programme Framework (2017-2022)
  • Assistant Director General of FAO's visit to the FAO Representation in Myanmar
  • Participatory land use planning demonstration in Chin State
  • Monitoring on post distribution of agricultural inputs in Bago Region,  Mon State and Kayin State
  • Final workshop of the project "Strengthening Capacity of Forest Research Institute Myanmar"
  • School gardening activities in Hpa An Township, Kayin State
  • Community-level Vulnerable Assessments on climate change (aquaculture) for fisheries and aquaculture communities in Yangon Region, Ayeyawady Region and Rakhine State
  • Capacity Building Training on EAFM (Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management) and EAA (Ecosystem Approach to Aquaculture)
  • MyCoast Project Consultation Workshop
  • Training on Community Animal Health Workers (CAHW)
  • Implementation of Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Sharing Program for Fisheries and Aquaculture