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application/pdfFish and Human NutritionMore than one in three children under 5 years in Myanmar suffer from chronic under nutrition, indicative of a serious public health problem. This document from LEARN and WorldFish explains how fish can help reduce malnutrition. 02/11/20176MB
application/pdfLives on Loan - ReportThis Report from Save the Children, in collaboration with Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC), highlights the realities of urban poverty across the city and calls for investment to prevent long term, irreversible trends in economic and social conditions. 16/12/20163MB
application/pdfNutrition Facilitator's Guide (Myanmar)Learning about Nutrition Facilitator’s Guide, Flip Chart story 1 and 2, Visual Aids developed by LEARN as a tool to conduct nutrition education in Myanmar language. Our full nutrition facilitator’s guide (in Myanmar language and English) has been developed and is available now.27/06/20167MB
application/pdfNutrition Facilitator's Guide (English)Learning about Nutrition Facilitator's Guide, Flip Chart Story 1 and 2, Visual Aids developed by LEARN as a tool to conduct nutrition education in English Language. Our full nutrition facilitator's guide (in Myanmar language and English) has been developed and is available now.27/06/20167MB
application/pdfThe best start: Supporting minority language speaking childrMyanmar is ethnically and linguistically extremely diverse. Most children in the ECCD programs in the States are not exposed to the second language (Myanmar) at home. National policy is that schools are conducted in the Myanmar language. Therefore the second language needs to be taught so that children are equipped with a minimum level to start school.22/02/201626KB
application/pdfSave the Children's Global Fund PortfolioSave the Children has been the co-Principal Recipient (PR) of three grants under the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria in Myanmar since January 2011. After successful implementation in Phase I, Save the Children, under the leadership of the Myanmar Health Sector Coordinating Committee (M-HSCC) and the National Programs, has signed three additional Global Fund Grants for 2013-2016 worth over US$132Million. Under these grants, Save the Children will directly disburse Global Fund financing to 17 SRs in total (5 for TB, 7 for malaria and 16 for HIV) covering all 14 states and regions of Myanmar. We now implement in 251 townships (out of 330).07/06/20154MB
application/pdfInnovative approaches to HIV programming in Myanmar (MMR)The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) through Save the Children, fund a range of implementing partners to provide HIV treatment and prevention services that are targeted to reach vulnerable populations. Coordination efforts to provide harm reduction services for people who inject drugs, such as Methadone maintenance therapy (MMT), and needle and syringe programmes are key activities to reducing HIV-related risks. This is the Myanmar version of the technical brief. 18/02/201511MB
application/pdfPromoting Harm Reduction Programmes through Peer Workers The harm reduction programme for people who inject drugs are funded through grants from the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria and the 3MDG fund. Save the Children's partners, through the Global Fund, are implementing harm reduction interventions in 21 townships in four states/regions in Myanmar. Key services for people who inject drugs include MMT, needle and syringe programme, HIV counselling and testing, primary healthcare and HIV care and treatment. 05/02/20152MB
application/pdfCommunity Health Volunteers Fight TB and MalariaSave the Children and its partners, with funding from the Global Fund to fight HIV, TB and Malaria, are supporting 4788 Village Health Volunteers in 232 townships in all states and regions in Myanmar. These village health volunteers are selected by villa leaders to support health interventions due to their strong passion and commitment for helping their communities. 15/01/20154MB
application/pdfInnovative approaches to HIV programming in MyanmarThe Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) through Save the Children, fund a range of implementing partners to provide HIV treatment and prevention services that are targeted to reach vulnerable populations. Coordination efforts to provide harm reduction services for people who inject drugs, such as Methadone maintenance therapy (MMT), and needle and syringe programmes are key activities to reducing HIV-related risks. 15/12/20148MB
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