FAO in Myanmar
"This eco-stove is easy to cook and works with a small amount of firewood. It...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, with the support of the Myanmar...
In September 2021, FAO concluded the provision of conditional cash transfers to 450 households across 16 villages...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Myanmar is implementing the...
Rakhine State is one of the poorest states in Myanmar, with over 40 percent of its households food insecure, more than half of whom are moderately or severely food insecure. The most vulnerable communities are unable to access sufficient food or a source of livelihood. Violent clashes over the past year...
In Rakhine State, on the west coast of Myanmar, more than 80 percent of the population live in rural villages and depend on agriculture, fishery and aquaculture as primary sources of livelihoods. A protracted conflict has continued to drive displacement and disrupt livelihoods since 2012. Compounding the situation is the vulnerability of...
Millions of people in Myanmar are expected to become hungry over the coming six months as food insecurity is predicted to rise sharply and plunge the country into a food crisis. In the wake of political and financial instability, an increasing number of people are facing uncertainty as job losses...
Thanks to a generous contribution from the European Union, the FAO ProAct project is rehabilitating five irrigation infrastructures in four townships in central and northern Rakhine State through cash-for-work (CFW) activities. A total of 596 vulnerable households were selected to participate in CFW activities in the targeted locations. Every participating household received an average of USD 95 after completion of...
FAO has been collaborating with the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar for the last more than 42 years contributing to the livelihood improvement and economic development in Myanmar leading towards achieving the Global Sustainable Development Goals. During the recent challenging situations due to the impacts of...
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