May Thet Htar

Department of Agricultural Economics, Yezin Agricultural University, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Job Title
Research Fellow

Latest Submission of the Author

ABSTRACT High price fluctuation and lack of compensating purchasing power lead to a decrease in per capita consumption amount of those essential foods and meat and the lack of concentration on the nutrient requirement and food security. The objective of this research is to cope with the findings...
ABSTRACT In recent years, the food waste issue has received growing interest within the government, businesses, and the general public because it could cause food insecurity and environmental pollution. Various factors contribute to food waste during the stages of food production, processing,...
ABSTRACT 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...
ABSTRACT 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...
ABSTRACT 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...