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Policy brief: A quiet revolution emerging in the fish farming value chain

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Fish farming (aquaculture) is important to Myanmar’s food security and is developing and transforming quickly in Myanmar. This policy brief presents findings from a field survey of the farmed fish value chain. Many of the findings are at odds with what is perceived as conventional wisdom about fish farming in Myanmar.

Publication name: Food Security policy project brief #1: A quiet revolution emerging in the fish-farming value chain in Myanmar – implications for national food security

Author(s): Ben Belton, Aung Hein, Kyan Htoo, L. Seng Kham, Ulrike Nischan, Thomas Reardon, and Duncan Boughton

Supported by: USAID, Michigan State University, and International Food Policy Research Institute

Publication date: November 2015

Languages: English and Myanmar

Download the policy brief from the following links:

Download the full report of the field survey from the following link (English language only):

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