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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    June, 2013
    Myanmar

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: "This assessment of the rural Dry Zone reveals the
    nutrition situation to be a concern, with high
    rates of wasting and medium rates of stunting, high rates of low birth weight and high rates
    of undernutrition among mothers; particularly
    those who are pregnant and/or lactating. The
    pattern of indicators suggests that flood plains and irrigated areas are best off,
    and the
    highlands may be worst,
    but the situation is far from acceptable in the Dry Zone as a whole.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 2008
    Myanmar

    This Report summarizes the
    findings of the Food Security Profiling assessment carried
    out across the Dry Zone, especially
    in Magway Division in August 2008.
    This is the first time a Food Security Prof
    iling exercises has been conducted in the Dry
    Zone by the WFP and its Cooperating Partne
    rs, including OISCA, TDH, REAM, ADRA,
    and World Vision and the line department for Dryzone Department of Development
    Affairs. This profile attempts to present a sn
    apshot of household food security in the Dry

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2016
    Myanmar

    Highlights:

    Cyclone Komen made landfall in Myanmar at the end of July 2015
    causing extensive flooding to
    agricultural land, which remained
    submerged
    in some areas until September. This caused severe
    localized losses to the 2015 monsoon season crops, especially p
    addy, in Chin, Rakhine,
    Ayeyarwaddy, Yangon, Sagaing
    and parts of Bago. However, once the water receded, a large portion
    of the flooded areas with paddy was replanted. Overall, the amount of irreversible damage was
    limited.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    August, 2012
    Myanmar

    Continuing concerns from previous Updates: Paddy harvest Ayeyarwady, Kayin and Bago: Local and regional rice prices are still being monitored after significant flooding severely affected 126,000 acres of paddy land and completely destroyed 55,000 acres. While the success of the harvest could be mitigated to an extent by post-flood seed distributions (for replanting), the harvest this year will likely be lower than normal in these areas, potentially impacting prices and rice exports.....

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