We work with the Myanmar Ministry of Health to provide care for HIV and TB patients, primary healthcare, and vaccinations.

Once the largest provider of HIV treatment in Myanmar, we are working with the Ministry of Health and Sports to transfer patients to the decentralised National AIDS Programme so they can receive care closer to home. This includes patients on treatment for co-infections such as hepatitis C, tuberculosis (TB) and multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB).

We have mobile teams in Naga, Sagaing, a remote, mountainous region in northern Myanmar, where communities have limited access to basic healthcare, especially during the rainy season, when some may be completely inaccessible for months.

Despite restrictions on humanitarian access to conflict-affected areas and forcibly displaced people, we also have mobile teams based in Sittwe, central Rakhine, offering primary healthcare and arranging emergency referrals for patients from all communities.

 
Myanmar

MSF responds to landslide and flooding in Myanmar

Project Update 15 Jul 2009
 
Global

'Top Ten' humanitarian crises reveal growing insecurity, neglected health needs

Press Release 22 Dec 2008
 
Myanmar

MSF handing over cyclone projects in Myanmar, but will remain for greater health needs throughout the country

Project Update 27 Oct 2008
 
Myanmar

Three months on, basic healthcare and increasing psychological assistance in Myanmar's Cyclone Nargis response

Project Update 18 Aug 2008
 
Myanmar

Mental health trauma is the legacy for survivors of Cyclone Nargis

Project Update 30 Jul 2008
 
Myanmar

Psychological needs become more present with Cyclone Nargis survivors

Voices from the Field 24 Jul 2008
 
Myanmar

Survival amid Myanmar's devastated Irrawaddy Delta - a volunteer's account

Voices from the Field 12 Jul 2008
 
Myanmar

Needs of survivors remain critical two months after Cyclone Nargis

Project Update 4 Jul 2008
 
Myanmar

Aid distribution in Myanmar Delta dependent on the number of boats - and boats on the tides

Voices from the Field 13 Jun 2008