Burma is a rice-producing village on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Guyana, situated on the East Coast Demerara, 65 km (40 mi) east of Georgetown. The village is well known because it houses the Burma Rice Development Station, the only one of its kind in Guyana, where new varieties are tested for desirable traits. Work has been carried out on the breeding of additional blast resistant varieties of 'rustic' type rice as well as aromatic and salt tolerant varieties. Burma is also the location of the Mahaicony-Abary Rice Development milling complex. Both of the institutions are located two miles south of the East Coast Highway.
Nakhon Sawan is one of Thailand's seventy-six provinces (changwat) lies in lower northern Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are Kamphaeng Phet, Phichit, Phetchabun, Lopburi, Sing Buri, Chai Nat, Uthai Thani, and Tak.
Bartica, Essequibo, is a town on the left bank of the Essequibo River in Cuyuni-Mazaruni, at the confluence of the Cuyuni and Mazaruni Rivers with the Essequibo River in Guyana, claimed by Venezuela as part of Bolívar state, which is located in the Guayana Esequiba. It is the regional capital of Cuyuni-Mazaruni.
The Irrawaddy or, officially, Ayeyarwady River is a river that flows from north to south through Burma. It is the country's largest river and most important commercial waterway. Originating from the confluence of the N'mai and Mali rivers, it flows relatively straight North-South before emptying through the Irrawaddy Delta in the Ayeyarwady Region into the Andaman Sea. Its drainage basin of about 404,200 square kilometres (156,100 sq mi) covers a large part of Burma. After Rudyard Kipling's poem, it is sometimes referred to as 'The Road to Mandalay'.
Kumaka is a community in Barima-Waini region, in northern Guyana, claimed by Venezuela as part of Delta Amacuro state, which is located in the Guayana Esequiba.
Kamarang is an Amerindian village, standing at the confluence of the Kamarang River and Mazaruni River, in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region of Guyana, claimed by Venezuela as part of Bolívar state, which is located in the Guayana Esequiba.
Lusignan is a community in Guyana, South America. Located on the East Coast of Demerara, it was originally a village inhabited mainly by indo-Guyanese, sustained by subsistence farming and fishing. Ecotourism is also an emerging industry.
Mahdia is a town in the Potaro-Siparuni region of Guyana, claimed by Venezuela as part of Bolívar state, which is located in the Guayana Esequiba, located near the centre of the country at an altitude of 415 metres (1,362 ft). It is the regional capital of Mahdia.
Esau and Jacob is a village in the Mahaica-Berbice Region of Guyana. One of the oldest villages on the Mahaicony River, Esau and Jacob was named by Dutch settlers after Biblical Characters. A rice-producing village, it is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) south of the East Coast Highway, and is accessible by road. The village used to have a school, but it closed down because there weren't enough children.
Belladrum is a small community in the Mahaica-Berbice Region of Guyana, on the Atlantic coast, about 15 kilometres (9 mi) east of Mahaicony.
Suddie is a community in the Pomeroon-Supenaam region of Guyana, claimed by Venezuela as part of Delta Amacuro state, which is located in the Guayana Esequiba, located on the Atlantic Ocean coast at, 1 mile north of Onderneeming.
Clonbrook is a village in the Demerara-Mahaica region of Guyana. The village itself has a population of about 1,193 as of 2012. The village is located along the East Coast Highway and is about 16.5 miles from Georgetown and about 6 miles from Mahaica. It is bordered in the east by the village of Bee Hive and by Ann's Grove in the west.
Beterverwagting, also Betterverwagting or abbreviated to B.V., is a village in Guyana, on the East Coast of the Demerara River.
Myinmu Township is a township in the southeast of the Sagaing Division in Burma (Myanmar), west of Mandalay. The principal town is Myinmu which lies on the northern bank of the Irrawaddy River. History of Myinmu is closely linked to the World War II against the Japanese Army when British General Sir Douglas Gracey occupied the town after crossing the Irrawaddy River.
Hkamti Township or Khamti Township is a township in Hkamti District in the Sagaing Region of Burma (Myanmar). The principal town is Hkamti. As of 2014 the township had a population of 47,658 people and covered an area of 8,174 square kilometres (3,156 sq mi). The township is dominated by the Chindwin River and its tributaries and thickly forested areas. Nearly half the active working population are employed in agriculture, forestry or fishing. The township is a producer of rice, and has reserves of gold and jade being mined.
Cove and John is located on the Atlantic coast of Guyana, 18 miles east of Georgetown and bordered by Nabacalis to the west and Victoria to the east. It has a population of 494 people as of 2012. This village has the Guyana Sevashram.
Tagundaing or Ta Khun Taing is a large village in the Kayin State of south-eastern Myanmar, located near the west bank of the Winyaw River and the west of the Kyain Seikgyi Township, Kawkareik District.The population as of the 2014 census was 4,994. Most of the residents are of the Karen (Kayin) ethnic group.
Mohamed Irfaan Ali is a Guyanese politician who is President of Guyana since August 2020. He was a Member of Parliament (MP) and the Minister of Housing.
Rice production in Myanmar accounts for approximately 43% of total agricultural production in the country, making it the seventh largest producer of rice in the world. Out of 67.6 million hectares of land, 12.8 million are used for cultivation. In 2019 alone, Myanmar accounted for 13,300 million metric tons of milled rice production.
Kasuela is an indigenous village of the Tiriyó tribe in the East Berbice-Corentyne region of Guyana. The village has a population of about 80 people. The inhabitants are of the subgroup Mawayana or the Frog people. There are a little over 100 Mawayana Tiriyó in the world.
Isahak Basir CCH was a Guyanese historian who was a member of the National Assembly of Guyana from 1977 to 1991. Basir was nicknamed "Uncle Tabrak" and was of Indian descent.
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