FSP in Myanmar currently focusses on generating evidence for enabling key stakeholders, especially the new Myanmar government, to promote broad-based agricultural transformation and rural economic growth. The project’s carefully targeted and focused research, together with policy analysis and engagement, is designed to improve public policies and investments. Activities are undertaken in a way that strengthens coordination among key stakeholders –government, private sector, civil society and donors. The anticipated outcomes are a policy environment that enhances smallholder productivity and income growth, and encourages domestic and international agribusiness investment.

Local Partners:
Centre for Economic and Social Development
Yezin Agricultural University

Status: Core-funded country and Associate Award

Components: C1-C2

Project Leaders:
Duncan Boughton, Professor, International Development, MSU
Paul Dorosh, Division Director, DSG, IFPRI

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Photo: Fishermen in Myanmar (credit: Benjamin Belton)