Establishment of an undergraduate B.Sc. Course in Food Safety and Quality mgmt.

Myanmar is at an early stage of introducing measures to strengthen food and agricultural policy. There is a need to improve coordination regarding the setting of safety and quality standards and the enforcement of food regulations.



The objective of the project is to jointly develop and implement a BSc course in Food Safety and Quality Managament at Yezin Agricultural University (YAU).


HAFL experts in food science and educational science will support YAU in analyzing the present situation, doing a needs assessment and developing a competence-based curriculum. Jointly, a comprehensive set of overarching competences will be defined and respective modules will be designed. Implementation of the new curriculum will be planned jointly. Teaching will be selectively accompanied and a follow-up will assess performance of the new course.

Dieses Projekt leistet einen Beitrag zu den folgenden SDGs

  • 2: Kein Hunger
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