2 edition of Myanmar agriculture in brief found in the catalog.
Myanmar agriculture in brief
English and Burmese.
|Other titles||Mranʻ mā nuiṅʻ ṅaṃ e* layʻ yā cuikʻ pyuiʺ reʺ kaṇḍa|
|Statement||Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation = Mranʻ mā nuiṅʻ ṅaṃ e* layʻ yā cuikʻ pyuiʺ reʺ kaṇḍa / Layʻ yā Cuikʻ pyuiʺ reʺ nhaṅʻʹ Caññʻ mroṅʻʺ Vanʻ krīʺ Ṭhāna.|
|Contributions||Burma. Layʻ yā Cuikʻ pyuiʺ reʺ nhaṅʻʹ Chaññʻ mroṅʻʺ Vanʻ kriʺ Ṭhāna.|
|LC Classifications||HD9016.B82 M93+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||2009328401|
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Although Myanmar’s agriculture sector is still recovering from the effects of Cyclone Komen in the summer ofthe agriculture sector still accounts for 29% of value-added in Myanmar and is projected to grow at 4% from –, compared Myanmar agriculture in brief book 3% in –File Size: 1MB.
Myanmar Agriculture in Brief. MIMU Assessment Code: CPG-GoM_ Participating Agencies: Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation.
Entry Date: Dec Last Updated: Dec Type of Assessment: Development focused; Sector(s) covered: Agriculture; State/Region. Myanmar remains an economy dependent on agriculture to a large extent. Agriculture contributes 30% to Myanmar’s GDP, 25% of the country’s exports and is the leading employer in the economy, employing 56% of workersi 60 different types of crops are grown in Myanmar on million hectares – equivalent to 19% of Myanmar’s totalFile Size: 7MB.
Agriculture in Myanmar (also known as Burma) is the main industry in the country, accounting for 60 percent of the GDP and employing some 65 percent of the labour force.
Burma was once Asia's largest exporter of rice, and rice remains the country's most crucial agricultural commodity. Other main crops include pulses, beans, sesame, groundnuts, sugarcane, lumber, and fish.
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Irrigation (MOAL)I, and between MOALI and other stakeholders; and vulnerability to natural disasters (floods, droughts, cyclones, sea level rise) and climate change. A Growing Need of Clear Directions. Myanmar is amid major changes and several new ideas and approaches are being formulated.
Myanmar Economy and Agriculture 5 Myanmar is an agricultural country, and agriculture sector is the backbone of its economy.
Agriculture sector contributes % () of GDP, 20% of total export earnings; and employs % of the labor force. Government has laid down the four economic policies ofFile Size: 6MB. Myanmar is a country of growers. The agricultural sector accounts for percent of the country’s GDP, employs 70 percent of its labour force and generates 25 to 30 percent of total export earnings, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
Yet. Agriculture is the backbone of the Myanmar economy: the sector accounts for about 30% of GDP, over 50% of total employment and approximately 20% of exports. Cultivated land, covering million hectares, has the potential to be increased by nearly 50%.
This page contains information on all aspects of agriculture including Fisheries, Livestock breeding and Forestry/Agro-Forestry, including needs and activities across Myanmar. The aim of this page is to provide actors across the sector with information that will enable greater coordination, transparency, and efficiency of operations in agriculture.
MYANMAR: Agricultural Sector Review and Investment Strategy Volume 2: Agricultural Sector Investment Strategy Currency Equivalents (as of 1 June ) Official Rate Currency = Kyat (MYK) US$ = MYK MYK1 = US$ Parallel Market Rate MYK = US$ US$ = MYK Fiscal Year April 1 – March 31 Abbreviations.
Myanmar agriculture sector contribute % of GDP, 20 % of export value, % of labour force and main source of livelihood of 70% of rural population Goods. Agriculture.
Livestock and. Fishery. Forestry. Energy. Mining. Processing and. Manufacturing. Electric Power. Construction. Services. Trade. 4File Size: 2MB. Sustainable agriculture requires the integration of environmental considerations with agricultural policy analysis and planning.
Myanmar is a favorable agrarian structure with high potential for development of small holder and large scale farming with average farm size of ha accounting for the second largest in South East Asia after.
FAO support to the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) in Myanmar: 5,$ GCP /MYA//EC: Global Network Against Food Crises Partnership Programme - Country Investment Myanmar: 4,$ GCP /MYA//GFF: My-Coast: Ecosystem-Based Conservation of Myanmar`s Southern Coastal Zone (PPG) Myanmar Agriculture in Brief 1 () non-LIFT publication.
Full Report (Eng): Read Download. The history of Myanmar (also known as Burma; Burmese: မြန်မာ့သမိုင်း) covers the period from the time of first-known human settleme years ago to the present earliest inhabitants of recorded history were a Tibeto-Burman-speaking people who established the Pyu city-states ranged as far south as Pyay and adopted Theravada Buddhism.
Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Dr Aung Thu spoke at the official launch of the strategy and investment plan and described the ADS as “a guide book” for inclusive development of agriculture in Myanmar that was based on cooperation between government, farmers and private businesses.
Myanmar Business Guide - PricewaterhouseCoopers. Myanmar Business Guide 5 PwC Myanmar is located at: PricewaterhouseCoopers Myanmar Co., Ltd Room 9A, 9th Floor, Centrepoint Towers, No. 65, Corner of Sule. Myanmar’s agriculture is regarded by a number of special features that distinguishes it from other sectors, such as: • the sector’s role in producing food and meeting the people’s basic.
Myanmar has historically been an agrarian society, meaning that agriculture the agriculture sector accounts for the majority of the country’s economic output. The Myanmar Agricultural Census showed that there were about million farm families, cultivating about million hectares of land.
The estimated annual income per agricultural worker in Myanmar was US$ in [ ]. Myanmar has drawn up standards and specifications for 26 agricultural products to ensure them meet international standards and to bolster export through improving the quality of the products, according to the Agriculture and Market Information.
Some concerns exist due to localized damages caused by Fall Armyworm (FAW). According to the latest information from Myanmar’s Plant Protection Division, so far, the FAW affected only 5 hectares or about 1 percent of the main crop, mostly in Shan State and Bago and Sagaing regions.
Rice exports in forecast at above‑average level.The Union of Myanmar (formerly Burma) is the poorest nation in Asia in terms of per capita gross domestic product (GDP), which in was equivalent to US$ (FAO-RAP ). As a predominantly rural country, however, Myanmar is self-sufficient in food.
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