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Burma Drought Weather
During the chilly November -February the best times to come to Myanmar. This is also the most busy period in which the search for housing can become a problem. This season's only drawback is that it can be sluggish on the river because the level is low. Note that Himalayan and lake spurs are much colder than the lowlands and coastline, and you can even see snows between November and January.
In the evening it can get quite cold in the whole countryside and take a lightweight coat with you.
The Myanmar dry zone windows
In Southeast Asia, the effects of climatic changes are becoming increasingly clear. The mean temperature is rising. Near the country, however, the countryside is prepared for the changes. This means that already impoverished peasants throughout the entire area are fighting to make ends meet. As a result, there is a growing number of farms that are already fighting to make ends meet. l n the area. It is anticipated that the plight of families will be exacerbated by climatic changes.
In order to strengthen the resistance of those in the so-called "dry zone", the Myanmar government, with the help of the Adaptation Fund and UN development ?is, is implementing an activity program to give endangered growers the necessary means, expertise and instruments to help them achieve good crops despite changed meteorological conditions.
See in images, a look at living in the dry zone, as well as the challenge municipalities face - and some of the solution. Photographs von Yusuke Taishi, conseiller technique régional du PNUD, Adaptation aux changements climatiques Tw : The Myanmar government, with UNDP and the Adaptation Fund, is helping to improve municipalities' accessibility to fresh water, strengthen farming practice, diversify incomes and involve municipalities in active long-term responses.
The municipalities in the dry zone see the advantages three years after the start of the program. Capacities for collecting and storing drinking and storing waters have been increased and are benefitting almost 30,000 homes in the area. Sevty-five communal lakes have been extended and can now hold more rainwater each year to survive the dry season.
More than 4,000 ha of "micro-water separations" have been preserved and remediated under the guidance of growers, thus enhancing river basins' ability to store and reduce soil degradation. Dryness-resistant cultivation practices, involving the use of intercropping, drought-resistant crops, droplet watering, post-harvest conservation and propagation of crops, have been implemented in some 6,000 sub-sistenceholders. 3,200 rural ized and marginalized growers have profited from the cattle bank system?-?and.
This is a portable tool designed to distribute climatic information and agro-advisories to growers by farm assistants in the communities. In the municipalities involved in the projects, a climatic hazard and volatility assessment was carried out.