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The Livelihood of Bamar National Living in Aye Ywar Village, Myatheindan Village Tract, Bogalay Township, Ayeyarwaddy Region
- The title of this thesis is “The livelihood of Bamar national living in Aye Ywar village, Myatheindan village tract, Bogalay Township was selected. Bogalay Township includes (10) wards, (71) village tracts and (575) villages. This study aims to find out the strategies for livelihood of Bamar national living in Aye Ywar village. The objectives of this thesis are to explore the ways for making for living, to search out how their livelihood effect on lives, to study how the economic policy influence on their livelihood and to highlight on their social lives. In this study an ethnographic qualitative research method was used. Therefore, Key informant interview (KII), Focus Group Discussion (FGD), Direct Observation (DO) and Indirect Observation (IDO) were used to collect data. This thesis holds seven chapters. Chapter one provides introduction of this thesis. Chapter two is literature reviews. Chapter three draws the research designs and methods. Chapter four is background history of the study area. Chapter five is findings for thesis. Chapter six is discussion, and in chapter seven, conclusion and recommendation were written. According to this study some villagers stand on paddy cultivation, fishery, some earn husbandry of duck and the rest get their income by doing odd jobs.
Htet Htet Lin
- University of Yangon