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Year , Quarter 2
Review Workshop
April 2019Soybean, Value Chains for Rural Development
Jun-July
Nov-Jan
May-June
Nov-Dec
Nov-Dec
Myanmar Soybean Story
Food (tofu, texturized soy protein & traditional soy
foods...
Limited access to new end-products development and market demand by food processors
Limited information for quality and qu...
BUYERS
Tofu Processor
(65% of total production)
Oil Mill
(25% of total production)
locally processed food
(5% of total pro...
New market opportunities brought new investments from private
sector.
Now in Three Factories;
one for wet wholesales targe...
New products on the shelves
Market Driven Changes in all stakeholders
New market driven better price,
quality and quantity of food
Thank you
www.winrock.org
Thet Htun Aung@Nhkum Laraw (Program
Officer)
ThetHtun.Aung@winrock.org
nlaraw@gmail.com
+95 9258...
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Soybean Value Chains for Rural Development

Soybean Value Chains for Rural Development by Nimish Jhaveri, Winrock Myanmar. Presented at the ReSAKSS-Asia - MIID conference "Evolving Agrifood Systems in Asia: Achieving food and nutrition security by 2030" on Oct 30-31, 2019 in Yangon, Myanmar.

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Soybean Value Chains for Rural Development

  1. 1. Year , Quarter 2 Review Workshop April 2019Soybean, Value Chains for Rural Development
  2. 2. Jun-July Nov-Jan May-June Nov-Dec Nov-Dec Myanmar Soybean Story Food (tofu, texturized soy protein & traditional soy foods) 100% of smallholder farmers 1. Premium quality 2. Fresh harvested grain 3. Year-round demand for grain 4. Yearly increased consumption by public 5. Diverse small & medium industry
  3. 3. Limited access to new end-products development and market demand by food processors Limited information for quality and quantity grain in value chain
  4. 4. BUYERS Tofu Processor (65% of total production) Oil Mill (25% of total production) locally processed food (5% of total production) PRODUCERS PRODUCERS SomeMSFPCmembers TraditionalModelNewModels TRADERS/ BROKERS Township & District level TRADERS National level ORGANIZED FARMERS GROUP All MSFPC members Soybean Grain Sale Transactions BUYERS Tofu processors & local food processors in 5 states SERVICE PROVIDER (Sein Lan Wai) TRADERS/ BROKERS Township & District level TRADERS/ BROKERS Township & District level Some MFSPC members Extension service, quality control and collection Seed Producing grain, selecting best seed & holding for next year or selling to new/ other farmers Quality control & Delivery
  5. 5. New market opportunities brought new investments from private sector. Now in Three Factories; one for wet wholesales target products, one for wet retail packed products and one for dried packed products.
  6. 6. New products on the shelves
  7. 7. Market Driven Changes in all stakeholders New market driven better price, quality and quantity of food
  8. 8. Thank you www.winrock.org Thet Htun Aung@Nhkum Laraw (Program Officer) ThetHtun.Aung@winrock.org nlaraw@gmail.com +95 9258692557 Skype:nlaraw

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