The tasks of NPPO National Plant Protection  Organization are following:

a. keeps the contact with the National Plant Protection Organization of other countries and internal and international Organizations working in the field of the plant health;
b. controls, inspection and supervision of the national territory for quarantine pests and regulated quarantine pests;
c. the surveillance of growing plants , including both areas under cultivation (inter alia fields, plantations, nurseries, gardens, greenhouses and laboratories) and of plants and plant products in storage or in transportation, particularly with the object of reporting the occurrence, outbreak and spread of pests, and of controlling those pests;
d. diagnosis of quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests;
e. the conduct of pest risk analyses;
f. Inform and disseminate to any international organization or NPPO about the conditions and requirements for exporting to Myanmar;
g. the protection of endangered areas and the designation maintenance and surveillance of pest free areas and areas of low pest prevalence;
h. the issuance of import certificates relating to a commodity;
i. the issuance of certificates relating to the phytosanitary regulations of the importing contracting party for consignments of plants, plant products and other regulated articles;
j. Issue Phytosanitary certificate stating the conformity of plants and plant products to the requirements prescribed by regulatory legal provisions, re-export of plants and plant products;
k. The National Plant Protection Organization shall, as necessary, review and adjust the transit system, the types of consignments in transit and the associated phytosanitary risk, in cooperation with relevant Myanmar authorities and stakeholders as appropriate;
l. supervising the required treatment, destruction or send back to country
of origin;
m. the consignment could be subjected to post entry quarantine measures and brought to a post entry quarantine location, if there is doubt on the
presence of harmful organisms;
n. reporting to international organizations related to plant health about the matters regulated by the present law and giving instructions;
o. training and development of plant protection staff;
p. designate the fees of inspection.
q. exchange the control measures of pests and regulated pest in the territory with the International Organization;
r. issuance of Phytosanitary regulations;