Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (Myanmar)
Myanmar's Agriculture Sector
1. While 70% of Myanmar's population lives in rural areas, the majority of their business is agriculture, with about 30% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) and services being provided by agriculture, but many farmers have little access to land and their socioeconomic status is low. Yes.
2. In addition, climate change, natural disasters and other disasters have affected the lives of most farmers, especially since the 2008 cyclone, which caused severe weather disruptions in the agricultural sector since 2008, caused the loss of forests. The deterioration of soil quality has resulted in poor quality of land and poor management of soil, as a result many farmers have been unable to get out of the income cycle and have been forced to leave their land for many reasons. It was brought to life and affected the socioeconomic status of farmers, thus improving the socio-economic status of farmers and improving the agricultural sector.
3. The new agricultural policy of the country's agricultural sector to identify a good opportunity, and sent in the fast-growing local market with high standard of consumer needs of the agricultural and fishery products intended to perfectly fulfill such a policy, agriculture and manufacturing. May come across a broader, with Rising productivity and improve the income of small farmers and is full of nutrients, and is safe for consumers. Getting to the development of food production, agricultural businesses to connect with international markets and more agricultural products abroad Soviet policy, Rural socio-economic development; The benefits of such development can be:See more