Moai Myanmar

Myanmar Moai

MOAI (Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation) is a Burmese government ministry responsible for agriculture and irrigation. Department of Agriculture and Irrigation (Myanmar) MOLI is a Burma Department of Agricultural and Watering Affairs that is in charge of agricultural and watering. In 2016 it was established by President Htin Kyaw together with the Department of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development as the Department of Farming, Livestock and Forestry.

Warning necessary! cloud flickering

The completion of CAPTCHA shows that you are a person and gives you temporal acces to the Web feature. How can I avoid this in the near-term? When you have a home type home type private session, you can run a scanner on your machine to make sure it is not contaminated with viral software.

When in an offi ce or shared-net you can ask the networ eadmin to run a scanning across the entire net to search for incorrectly configured or infec tioned periph eras. A further possibility to avoid this site in the near term is the use of Privacy Pass.

Myanmar's long road to national reconciliation

At the end of 2004, Myanmar's most famous general and long-time head of the army government, General Khin Nyunt, was abruptly released. The shocking developments committed by a regimes that has resisted all forecasts of its downfall and collapse have led to a great deal of insecurity both inside and outside the state. Can emerging civic groups contribute to the process of reconciling nations?

Agriculture Development Assistance Project Public Consultations

Myanmar's Ministry of Agriculture and Iranian Water Management (MOAI) organised open consultations between 3 and 10 February 2015 to provide information and consultations to the general community and interested parties on the Agricultural Development Support Programme (ADSP). It aims to improve yield and yield intensities in the chosen watering system in the Bago East, Nay Pyi Taw, Mandalay and Sagaing area.

Achieving this is accomplished through better watering and dewatering managment as well as additional agricultural advice and engineering support. A large number of people in the areas chosen for the projects, valued at 34 per cent of the total poverty in Myanmar, make up 80 per cent of the country's population.

Household farmers in select watering systems are the immediate recipients of the scheme. Five open consultations were held: These were all open to the general public, include NGOs and NGOs at home and abroad, and all of them were members of Confederations. Meets at the projects locations were in Myanmar, and the Yangon event was in both Myanmar and English.

The following documentation should be noted: Document of information at the project evaluation, definitive environmental and social management framework (English language with Myanmar release to be launched soon) and concluding social assessment (English and Myanmar language).

Mehr zum Thema