Agriculture is a source of livelihoods for nearly 70 percent of the population in Myanmar. Ongoing violence, economic crisis, recurrent climate-induced shocks and population displacement, among other factors, are disrupting the national food system. The cost of fertilizers is currently four times higher compared with 2019 and quality seeds are increasingly becoming unavailable or unaordable, particularly aecting cereal producers. According to the findings of the food security and livelihoods assessment* that was conducted by FAO and the World Food Programme (WFP) in September 2022, 54 percent of farmers reported a reduction in their expected harvest. Furthermore, 47 percent of livestock keepers reported a decrease in their livestock assets and 54 percent reported that they are facing increasing challenges in accessing animal feed.