Save the Children

Project title:

Market mapping and value chain analysis of Fishery sector in Sittwe and Pauktaw Townships, Rakhine State, Myanmar




December 2019 - March 2020


Save the Children is implementing the Tat Lan Plus project in Sittwe and Pauktaw Townships which aims cat generating a “Reduction in stunting for children 0-23 months through improved nutrition security and ability to invest in nutrition for men, women, girls and boys in targeted households across all communities”. Under the project outcome 4 – “Targeted adult women & men, adolescent girls & boys have improved ability to invest all year round in their children’s nutrition and health -Tat Lan Plus will reach vulnerable households to provide them support to increase income and earning potential from fisheries related livelihoods. The purpose of the Consultancy is to provide nutrition sensitive fishery sector value chain analysis and identify ways in which poor households can overcome the main barriers that currently limit the income and earning potential from fisheries -related livelihoods.

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