The most used natural fiber in making clothing is cotton. Cotton also produces cottonseed oil which is used in cooking, baked goods, and salad dressing, and meals and hulls which are used for livestock, fish feed and fertilizer. Cotton is one of the major industrial crops that is widely...
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected human health and well-being all over the world. Like all other developing countries, Myanmar faces severe economic impacts that become critical to the livelihoods of the people. The study was done to assess the impacts of COVID-19 on households’ income...
With the double blow of the nationwide COVID-19 pandemic and the coup crisis, the demand for production inputs and consumer goods was extensively affected even after the initial lockdown and movement restrictions were eased. The reduction suggests fewer households experiencing food...
Pulses are rich in dietary fiber, complex carbohydrates, starch, minerals such as potassium, iron, zinc etc. Pulses can significantly improve global nutrition, help to eliminate hunger and tackle many chronic health conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Pulses consumption is...
This study was conducted to analyze the consumers’ perception of edible oil consumption in Myanmar. A total of 3,945 households from 15 regions/states of Myanmar were surveyed by agricultural officers of the Department of Agriculture in November 2021. Among the respondents, 75%...
Thi Thi Soe
AfflicationDepartment of Agricultural Economics, Yezin Agricultural University
Job TitleAssistant Lecturer
Latest Submission of the Author
Myanmar Cotton Value Chain: Case Study in Meiktila District, Mandalay Region
Impact of COVID-19 on Food Consumption Changes of Selected Households in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
How Household Income Influences on Dietary Diversity in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar?
Household Pulses Consumption, Healthy Diets in Circular Economy: A Case Study in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Analysis of Edible Oil Consumption in Myanmar: Consumers’ Perception towards Brands, Price, and Health Aspects