Myanmar’s Frontline Providers Face COVID-19 with Collective Confidence

Myanmar’s Frontline Providers Face COVID-19 with Collective Confidence

Nurse Remote Meeting

The photo of Myanmar health workers, several wearing surgical masks, appeared on Facebook with this question: What are YOU doing to keep your work going? A provocative question? Not to these midwives and nurses, champions in their professions who have been leading the government’s effort to build a 21st century health workforce to deliver quality

Our focus during COVID-19

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Health Workforce

Young midwife in uniform.

Building Local Capacity to Meet Local Needs Worldwide health priorities, such as ending the HIV epidemic and reducing maternal and newborn deaths and deaths from malaria, require not only hiring more health workers, but also training them to meet their country’s health needs. In 2017, we educated more than 275,200 health care workers—creating a lifeline