Myanmar is among the most natural disaster-prone countries in Asia. Annually, it is exposed to floods, earthquakes, cyclones, tsunamis, and landslides. Climate change will likely increase the risks posing a bigger threat to the livelihoods of farmers. The country’s economy is dependent on agriculture which is highly reliant on the amount of rainfall the country is experiencing. Too much rain will cause floods while little or no rain will bring droughts. The two phenomena are influencing factors on the production of crops and will in one way or another, have negative effects on the sector.