FAO in Myanmar
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) assessments of the COVID-19 pandemic’s...
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations provided teaching aids and hardware...
The Governments of Myanmar and Finland on 16 June 2020 launched a trailblazing project designed...
Since March 2020, when Myanmar confirmed its first COVID-19 case, the number of cases has...
Since March 2020, when Myanmar confirmed its first COVID-19 case, the number of cases has increased steadily. As in most countries worldwide, measures to contain the spread of the virus in Myanmar have disrupted livelihoods resulting in social and economic challenges. Health systems are rising to the challenge, while people...
The Final Workshop for launching the Ecosystem-based Sustainable Forest Management Planning Manual (ESFM PM), Ecosystem-based Sustainable Forest Management Implementation Manual (ESFM IM) and revised District Forest Management Plans (DFMPs) was held on 31st January 2020 at Myat Taw Win Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw. The final workshop was organized back to back...
FAO Regional Conferences are an official forum where Ministers and high-ranking officials from FAO Members States come together and discuss the challenges in order to provide Safe and Sustain Food and Agriculture Systems in the region. FAO Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific is convened every two years to...
With 2,832 kilometres of coastline, Myanmar possesses rich marine fisheries resources and a high level of biodiversity. The fisheries sector is an important source of livelihood and food security in the country. This puts a special responsibility on Myanmar to protect the country’s unique ecosystem, as per the long-term vision...
Myanmar has one of the highest proportions of forest cover in mainland Southeast Asia. According to the Global Forest Resources Assessment, published by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 2015, 44.2% of the country’s territory is covered with forests. A considerable amount of these forests is still relatively intact,...
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