Mangrove Friendly Shrimp Farms in Kyauktan

MYSAP supports sustainable mangrove-shrimp culture to improve the local farmers’ livelihoods and the climate resilience of Myanmar’s coastal areas. Combining mangrove restoration and shrimp farming harbours an opportunity for Continue reading

August 12, 2020

Demonstration Farmers in Shwebo Township

In recent years, much of Myanmar has experienced climate change impacts including rising temperatures and increasing prevalence of drought with associated water shortages. The Myanmar Sustainable Aquaculture Programme (MYSAP), Continue reading

August 10, 2020

A success of Daw Than Nyunt, Shwebo Township

Enhancing more income through culturing fish training, Shwebo Township

Feeding and selling fish is the main source of income for Mrs Than Nyunt, who has farmed fish for 20 years. Four family members operate the farm with a total pond area of 4 acres (1.62 hectares), in Shwe Baw Kyun Village, Shwebo Township, Continue reading

May 18, 2020

Shwebo Hatchery

Improved the biosecurity and reduced the likelihood of disease

Shwebo Hatchery

The Aung Zayar Hatchery, located in Quarter 7, Shwebo Township is a private business, which has been a member of the Myanmar Fisheries Federation for over 30 years. The hatchery breeds and sells rohu, common carp, pacu, silver barb, striped river catfish, and Clarias fish species fry and fingerlings to customers in Myitkyina, Mohnyin, Mogaung, Hpakan, Saitaung, Monywa, Kale, Kawlin and Mogoke townships. Continue reading

May 15, 2020