The potential of the agriculture sector to drive rural economic growth is highlighted in a presentation from CESD’s Food Security Project team. The 9-slide presentation looks at how agriculture can drive the rural economy, and ways to support increases in agricultural incomes. The presentation introduces aquaculture as an opportunity for growth, the role of the government in supporting the agricultural sector, and the need to ensure an enabling environment for ongoing growth.
Presentation name: Agriculture: engine of rural economic growth in Myanmar
Authors: Duncan Boughton, Aung Hein and Ben Belton
Supported by: Michigan State University, USAID, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRA) and Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT)
Publication date: 8 December 2015
Download the presentation from the following link:
- Presentation: Agriculture – engine of rural economic growth in Myanmar (PDF; English language; 9 pages; 145Kb)