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Earlier this month in Nay Pyi Taw, national and international health professionals, academics, psychiatrists and civil society organisations, and Myanmar Government officials and politicians joined together to discuss growing burden of mental health problems and the need for a mental health policy in the country. While...

The two-day training programme was attended by 26 participants from the University of Public Health, Yangon, University of Medicine 2 and staff of HelpAge International Myanmar. The programme was facilitated by Sinzar Consulting with the objective enables the participants to develop their leadership skills in...

Meeting on Mental Health Situation Assessment in Myanmar was organized at University of Public Health on 6th March 2018. It was attended by the rector, professors and associate professors from University of Public health, representatives from Mental Health Society and Mental Health Project and representatives...

Advocacy meetings organized on addressing non-communicable diseases and implementation of package of essential non-communicable disease intervention (PEN) in Myanmar HelpAge International Myanmar in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Sports, University of Public Health, University of Medicine 2 and Thammasat University is implementing a project...

Training of Trainers held on Package of Essential Non-communicable Diseases (PEN) Interventions in Myanmar HelpAge International organized five Trainings of Trainers on Package of Essential Non-communicable Disease (PEN) Interventions under the European Union and World Diabetes Foundation supported strengthening public health capacity to respond to Myanmar’s...

HelpAge International Myanmar organized five Training's of Trainers on Package of Essential Non-communicable Disease (PEN) Interventions under the European Union and World Diabetes Foundation supported strengthening public health capacity to respond to Myanmar’s disease transition project during the months of December 2017 and January 2018....