"In Myanmar, the agriculture sector is crucial to the well-being of the country, with approximately 70% of the population (about 38 million people) directly and indirectly employed by the sector. In spite of the importance of agriculture to Myanmar’s GDP, farmers earn approximately USD$2-3 per day, very low compared to international standards.
In 2011, Greenovator’s two cofounders foresaw an opportunity to use technology to help farmers. As graduates from Yenzin Agriculture University, the cofounders had worked with directly with farmers and saw the real challenges Myanmar farmers face. They established Greenovator as a social enterprise dedicated to Myanmar’s agriculture sector.
"Myanmar farmers are at the heart of everything we do. Greenovator's goal is to empower farmers to build sustainable operations, while enhancing livelihoods, reducing economic and social inequality, and enhancing good farming practices.
It takes a community to lift a community, and we want to see everyone in Myanmar's agriculture sector thrive. We would love to hear form you to explore potential collaboration opportunities."
We always keep our eyes open for opportunities to collaborate and warmly welcome inquiries about how to partner in Myanmar's agricultural and livestock development. We look forward to hearing from you, so we can explore opportunities to work hand-in-hand!