Myanmar’s veterinarian gathered for their annual general meeting on 3rd of December in Yangon.
European Union will support 22.5 million Euro to Department of Fishery for the Sustainable aquaculture in Myanmar for five years starting from 2016 to 2022.
It is amazing that one viss of mutton in Yangon is nearly the same price of a goat in the farm.
The difference between the amount imported and the application for the license is significant said Yangon Region Fishery Officer, U Htun Win Myint.
To ease the traffic jam in Yangon City, regional government announced the time frame of the container truck.
According to the USAID projects, Myanmar university students specialized in Zoology are in internship at the seafood and fishery businesses. Dr. Kay Lwin Htun, Associate Professor of Sittwe University and Yangon University who works as the Country Principal Investigator of USAID Seafood Project explained in the meeting with the fishery business persons.
According to the project “Development of Inland Fish Farming Technology”, Korea Organization for international Cooperation Agency (KOICA) will support for Fresh Water Aquaculture Research Center” in Mandalay.
Japanese researchers from JIRCAS will start their research for Moluccas in Myeik archipelagos for five years.
The poultry famers know that the mass production and closed house system reduced the cost of production.
The Association of Animal Health Products and Farm equipment’s personnel met with Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department for the ease of rules? Regulations and terrify for importing on September 15 morning at Yangon LBVD office.
There are 25 offshore and inland oil and gas fields in Rakhine State among them nine offshore oil and gas sites are in operation. By that O&G projects Rakhine’s people suffered impact on social and environmental effects. The farm lands are destroyed by the O&G projects and also fishery resources become under depletion.
Mandalay Livestock farmers met with the Committee of Agriculture, Livestock and Fishery form the parliament and the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation of Mandalay Regional Government. The discussion forum was organized by Myanmar Livestock Federation (Mandalay Region).
The MYCulture (MYFC) project funded by Livelihood and Food Security Trust (LIFT) and implemented by WorldFish in partnership with DOF, NAG, GRET and PACT Myanmar seeks to promote the sustainable growth of aquaculture in the Ayeyarwaddy Delta (Delta) and suitable agro-ecological areas in the Central Dry Zone (CDZ).