FOOD SECURITY AND AGRICULTURE (Green Evolution Project)
Myanmar, situated between north latitude 09° 30’ to 28° 31’ and
east longitude 92° 10' to 101° 11’, is naturally rich with a vast
expanse of fertile lands, in the form of valleys, plateaus, hills
and ranges. Total estimated agricultural area is about 53.78 million
acres according to 2004-2005 statistics.
Due to differences in climates and elevations, various types of
tropical and semi-temperate multi-crops, seasonal vegetables and
fruit-bearing plants can grow healthily on Myanmar soil.
Fresh water ponds and lakes being prevalent in Myanmar, fish and
prawn breeding can be carried out effectively.
Being abundant in arable fertile lands, sufficient in human
resources and favoured by climate, we intend to raise large scale
agricultural and livestock farms and immense ranches, with an
ultimate aim of partially supporting the global needs for food.
Nowadays, energy is as important as food but in the near future,
food will definitely become the primary and most essential factor
for the survival of the whole world outweighing the energy.
So we are striving to raise large farms (100,000 acres each) of
agricultural plantations, livestock and ranches, in every possible
area in Myanmar and in the neighboring countries as well. Huge
amount of investment and capital-intensive ways and means will be
utilized in this sector for the whole people of Myanmar regardless
of different races and religions. We will cooperate with real
experts and local specialists for this business and state-of-the-art
technology will also be applie.
Moreover, associated industries to produce preserved and tinned
meat and vegetables will also be founded, the result of which would
lead to export of the surplus products after securing sufficient
Based on humanitarianism, our project’s noble aim is to upgrade
the “quality of life” of every human being to become healthy, happy
and secure. Rather than the sole profit for the company, we promise
sharing it especially with the under-developed countries facing the
food problem and with those suffering from natural disasters from
time to time.
For the benefit of the whole continent, we intend to invest 9
billion US dollars for the above-mentioned mega-projects consisting
of agricultural farms, livestock breeding and associated finishing