Save the Children has worked in Myanmar since 1995, helping children to access essential services such as healthcare and education. Since then, Save the Children has expanded its programmes within the country, supporting the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children and their families to access nutritious foods, gainful employment and financial services, community protection, child rights, clean water and sanitation, malaria and TB control and HIV/AIDS treatment.
Source: Resources | Save the Children Myanmar
During fiscal year 2015, 12,090 children attended 403 World Vision supported Early Childhood Care and Development centres, and 1,406 out of school children attended 71 Non-formal Education centres. 580 youth participated in vocational education courses.
Source: Publications | World Vision International Myanmar
Since its inception in 2003, the Burnet Institute Myanmar (BI-MM) program has grown steadily. Effective partnerships have been forged with a large number of local organisations in the areas of HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, Malaria prevention and treatment, MDR-TB care and support, and maternal and child health with a philosophy of civil society capacity building to enable community based solutions to health care delivery.
Source: Current work | Burnet Institute Myanmar