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Becoming a member of MAN

Membership to MAN is on an organizational
(not individual) basis.

To be eligible for membership, applicant organizations should be for-profit or non-profit entities engaged in/relevant to agricultural value chains. This includes LNGOs, INGOs, CSOs, associations, farmer groups, local/international private companies working in agriculture or its supporting industries.

Member benefits:

Knowledge & Insight

Advocacy & Outreach


  • Access learning events on cross-cutting issues

  • Participation in up to 3 Working Groups

  • Access to sector studies, research and webinars produced by MAN and Grow Asia

  • Business and regulatory advisory

  • Grant opportunities

  • Proposal and co-creation of national policy dialogues

  • Participation in regional Grow Asia Working Groups and communities of practice (e.g., Digital)

  • Opportunity for thought leadership as MAN Working Group lead and/or Core Committee member

  • Personalized introductions to potential partners and stakeholders

  • Speaking opportunities at national and regional events

  • Participation in MAN General Assembly

  • Promotion of organization and products at MAN events

  • Access to funding opportunities (click here for more information)

If you’re interested in becoming a MAN member, please fill out the form below. A representative from MAN will get in touch with you shortly after to formalize the process.

Working Groups: (please select a maximum of 3 to join)

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For inquiries about membership to MAN, please get in touch with us by sending an email to


Being a member of MAN, and also as a leading organization, ICCO has been active in the Pulses & Oilseeds Working Group under the MAN network. The benefit of including MAN is that it has brought actors such as traders, policymakers and farmer groups across the value chain together to discuss and share ideas, opinions and suggestions for the improvement of the sector.


ICCO and MAN together with other Working Group members have identified the key issues such as seeds, pesticides, food safety, climate change and value-added processing for the Pulses and Oilseeds industry. After that, learning events were organized to create a learning opportunity for all key stakeholders to share and open discussions to move forward.


We strongly believe that we can bring Myanmar’s agricultural strength back if we work together. Besides, MAN has also connected us to grant opportunities so that the Working Group might have the opportunity to expand its work with farmers.


Khin Zaw Tun

Project Manager

ICCO Cooperation Co-Leader

Pulses & Oilseeds Working Group

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