Fostering collective capabilities and action for sustainable agricultural intensification in Myanmar
To achieve our aims, we combined an innovative participatory visioning and scenario planning process with building of a community of practice. While the current political situation hampered many activities, small-scale farmers clearly expressed their future visions and dreams for agriculture: a climate-smart agriculture, access to microfinances, and assuring the ownership of the ancestral land tenure.
Watch the art work and video, and learn more about the dreams of the farmers – and how they could get realized by strengthening collective action for sustainable agricultural development.
Video produced by tagufilms (တန်ခူး), Yangon Myanmar www.tagu.productions.
Art work by Thiha Lin, (Thiha Sakhan Thit), Yangon Myanmar
Dr. Win Myint
Nwe Nwe, Aung Myin Tun, Environmental Care and Community Security Institute (ECCSi),
Dr. Cornelia Hett
Dr. Lara Lundsgaard-Hansen
Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)
University of Bern
Prof. Dr. Flurina Schneider
Institute for Social-Ecological Research (ISOE) and University of Frankfurt
r4d TAG Collective capabilities and action for sustainable agricultural intensification in Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar.
Part of r4d Managing telecoupled landscapes for the sustainable provision of ecosystem services and poverty alleviation