Lancang-Mekong dairy training interests many in Myanmar

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Many people in Myanmar are interested in the training programme under the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation to upgrade dairy industry, according to Dr Khin Hlaing, chairman of the Myanmar Dairy Association.

Myanmar is preparing to send trainees to the LMC Strengthening Dairy Innovation (SDI) Programme, organized by Khon Kaen University of Thailand with special funding from Lancang-Mekong Cooperation.

It will run from January to December 2024, covering China, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia.

“If people, especially young people learn cattle breeding, they can work both for their farms and other farms. They can prevent communicable diseases in cows infected through milking. To know this, you need to learn systematically. There is no such training in Myanmar. So, this training will be very useful,” he said.

According to the project, its programmes will include training,workshops and building a network among dairy manufacturers in the region.

The association advised those interested to prepare their passports in advance.

“Technology is in great demand. This training will really benefit dairy product manufacturers. Myanmar producers only use traditional methods and they are weak in using technologies. With the technology available, there will be many benefits,” said a dairy businessperson.

The association announced that it will give a timely notice when the project invites trainees.

MT/ZN

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