May 24, 2020

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          With the 70 percent rural population, 60 percent of Myanmar workforce is in agriculture and contributing 30 percent of the GDP. The requirement of human capacity and technical expertise for this important national agriculture is fulfilled by State Agricultural Institutes (SAIs) and Yezin Agricultural University (YAU).      Yezin Agricultural...
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JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY Purpose of the Project​ The project “Capacity development of Yezin Agriculture University” was launched in November 2015 with 5-year term of implementation.Purpose of the project is to enhance education and research foundation through practice-oriented approaches in collaboration with 13 departments of YAU; Departments of 1) Agronomy, 2) Plant Breeding, Physiology and...
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Function Planning and Management Task Force taking responsibility to coordinate the implementation of the project activities in collaboration with Edu TF and Res. TF. Activities 1. Organize bi-weekly Task Force members meeting and the TCP regular meeting such as meeting invitation, taking master of ceremony, preparation of meeting agenda and records of meeting minutes. Up...
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SLAM/2017/041 Overview Teamwork Dept. of Administration Contact Person:Dr. Nay Myo Aung
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LS/2016/132 Overview Teamwork Department of AgronomyParticipatory Knowledge Management Division (ACARE)Dept. of Agricultural Extension Contact Person: Prof. Hla Than
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LS/2016/056 Overview Teamwork Depart. of AgronomyParticipatory Knowledge Management Division (ACARE)Dept. of Agricultural Extension Contact Person: Prof. Hla Than
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LWR/2014/075 Overview This project aimed to develop land evaluation methods and capacity to improve planning of agricultural development for productive and resilient landscapes in Myanmar’s Central Dry Zone at the township and village scale. These contribute to national food security, improve the livelihoods of farmers, and provide ecosystem services.Farmers in the Central Dry Zone face a...
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AGB/2014/035 Overview This project aims to improve farmer’s incomes and livelihoods by developing sustainable and inclusive vegetable value chains in Vietnam and Myanmar. In Vietnam, project ABG/2009/053 developed a channel for supplying vegetables smallholders grew in Moc Chau, northwest Vietnam, to modern retail markets in Hanoi. This project makes sure the new vegetable chains are reliable, inclusive,...
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About Myanmar is undergoing a period of remarkable political, economic and social change.  After decades of isolation and instability, the country has been partially transformed by three unprecedented reform efforts: a transition to democracy; economic liberalisation; and nationwide peace negotiations…  [Myanmar] is the largest country by land area in mainland South East Asia, has significant...
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