Plans to spend K900 mln of allotted fund on distribution of cattle to 30 villages

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Sheep and goat manageable-scale breeding farm seen in Pwintbyu Township of Magway Region.

The Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Ministry will distribute cattle to 30 villages with the approved funds of K900 million this financial year, said Dr Aung Kyi, Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Livestock, and Irrigation, at the meeting held at the Union Minister’s Office on 16 November.
With the aim of improving socio-economic life, the establishment of emerald green livestock villages has been implemented in 681 village-tracts in regions and states, including the Nay Pyi Taw Council Area this financial year, said the Deputy Minister, adding efforts are being made to distribute farm animals to 30 villages with an approved fund of K900 million.
In addition, out of the K400 billion national economic promotion fund, K330 billion have been allocated to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, the Ministry of Cooperatives and Rural Development, eight regions and states and six self administered regions.
Out of the K330 billion, K100 billion has been spent on the emerald green project of agriculture and livestock breeding, and it has been operational starting this financial year. According to the ministry, the project is providing employment opportunities for rural people, increasing family income, and facilitating individual livestock farming activities. — TWA/KZW

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