- Smallholder families can significantly improve their livelihoods, and their ownership of farmland and rights to use forests are secured.
- Agroecological farming is promoted and the social, economic and climatic resilience of smallholder families is strengthened.
- Gender equality is promoted and women participate more in decision-making in their communities.
Despite the tense situation that Myanmar has been experiencing for the past few years, SWISSAID continues its development projects in agroecology and women’s empowerment. With the same objective of providing assistance to the populations in greatest need: Staying even under difficult circumstances
The Myanmar country program is co-financed by the SDC program contribution.