In 2008, after Typhoon Nargis swept through Myanmar, the country"s rice productions were affected. In 2010, Tzu Chi volunteers started a program to help improve famers" rice harvest and income, by providing them with quality rice seeds. Over a three-year period, the program has helped a total of 6,600 farmers.
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In 2008, after Typhoon Nargis swept through Myanmar, the country"s rice productions were affected. In 2010, Tzu Chi volunteers started a program to help improve famers" rice harvest and income,...