A World Bank report last week highlighted the need for one of the last league of nations to become independent in it's new light of freedom.
What took precedence in the report was the 'rush of help' that was forth-coming from the well-placed developed nations of the world.
Myanmar ( aka Burma ) is the nation that the Globe is watching as it begins to take some baby-steps towards Global Economic existence.
Global investments are pouring in to help create a nation.
Basic living, standard roads, rudimentary infrastructure for trade, water accessibility, health standards and distributions systems, agriculture etc are amongst the many links that are being scanned by various global and domestic organisations and agencies currently.
When it comes to food systems and agricultural output to meet the current needs and also to ensure that equivalent distribution of foods across the country is maintained - many experts in the World Bank believe that technology needs to play a larger role in the creation of this last breed of countries left on earth.
The real question remains
Can technology help a budding nation 'leap-frog' the time-scale ?
Can the mistakes of the past few decades in the field of agriculture be eliminated in this case. ?
Will global knowledge transform agricultural and food systems for this nation.