Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Countries / Myanmar

Quality Improvement by Candlelight

The experience of using the quality improvement team approach for vaccine supply chains in Rwanda and Myanmar has shown that these teams are essential to creating sustainable supply systems, led by local leaders and staff.

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PMI Is a Vital Partner to End Malaria

PMI excels at delivering our best tools quickly and efficiently to the people at greatest risk.

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Managing Primary Health Care at Scale: Myanmar’s Sun Quality Network

In 2008, the Gates Foundation decided to invest in Myanmar’s primary health care with a grant to Population Services International (PSI) to expand their primary care services nationwide, helping to ensure the people of Myanmar had access to high-quality, low-cost basic health care.

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2013 - The Leap Year Against Cholera: Global Support for Vaccines

2013 will be known as a leap year in progress in the fight against cholera – it is the year when global access and financing for oral cholera vaccines became available.

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A Promise Is A Promise

Since 2011, GAVI has funded a total of 67 new vaccine introductions and campaigns. By 2014 all 73 GAVI-supported countries will have introduced 5-in-1 pentavalent vaccines, including introductions in a number of fragile states, such as Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Myanmar, Somalia and South Sudan. The cost of new, priority vaccines, such as pneumococcal and rotavirus, has also fallen significantly thanks to GAVI, and this is speeding up the time it takes for new vaccines to reach those children most in need.

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