• Myanmar HIV HCV coinfection key populations PWID

But first: Life Saving Treatment for Myanmar

It was only a year ago that the first global study on the harmful extent of HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) coinfection was revealed by the World Health Organization (WHO). While it was always known that HIV and HVC are two major global health problems with overlapping modes of transmission and affected populations, it was [...]

  • Myanmar

Overcoming obstacles in Myanmar

In Burma (Myanmar) U.S. assistance will reduce infant and child mortality, reduce the spread of infectious diseases, and improve access to life-saving health services. Burma’s population faces formidable obstacles to realizing healthy, productive lives. A quarter of the country lives in poverty. Over 600,000 people remain internally displaced by decades of conflict. HIV, drug-resistant malaria [...]

  • Myanmar

About Myanmar

In its first year, the new government led by State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has launched new economic policies, finalized new health and educations sector strategies, stated new priorities such as nutrition and rural development, and accelerated efforts for the peace process. There are opportunities to further deepen reforms, create shared prosperity for [...]

Sep 14th, 2017|Myanmar|