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 natural resources and a young population. It is strategically positioned between two of the world’s fastest growing economies (China and India). Myanmar is increasingly active in the region and was Chair of ASEAN in 2014. International interest and engagement in Myanmar has surged. Myanmar has significant potential to benefit from closer integration with global markets through trade liberalisation.
—Aid Investment Plan, Myanmar, 2015 to 2020 (DFAT)
|Project_Code||Name||Team Work||Contact Person|
|ACIAR-AGB/2014/035||Improving Livelihoods in Myanmar and Vietnam through Vegetable Value Chain||Dept. of Horticulture, Dept. of Agricultural Economics||Prof. Khin Thidar Myint|
|ACIAR LS/2014/056||Developing Market-Oriented Small Ruminant Production Systems in Myanmar)||Depart. of Agronomy, Participatory Knowledge Management Division (ACARE), Dept. of Agricultural Extension||Prof. Hla Than|
|ACIAR LWR/2014/075||Land Resource Evaluation for Productive and Resilient Landscapes in the Central Dry Zone of Myanmar ||Dept. of Soil and Water Science||Prof. Kyaw Ngwe|
|ACIAR LS/2016/132||Improving Cattle Health and Production in Myanmar||Department of Agronomy, Participatory Knowledge Management Division (ACARE), Dept. of Agricultural Extension||Prof. Hla Than|
|ACIAR-SLAM/2017/041||Mainstreaming Research in Myanmar's Agricultural and Veterinary Universities||Dept. of Administration||Dr. Nay Myo Aung|