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Are you looking for a service in Myanmar? Burma is addressing some of the most demanding public healthcare metrics in the Asia-Pacific area, with only one in three of them using a state-of-the-art contraceptive regimen. One in three of them uses a state-of-the-art contraceptive system. First, by directly delivering service to tens of thousand of people through centers and comprehensive public relations.
Secondly, by working with the government of Myanmar and other stakeholders to help reinforce communities' healthcare infrastructures. Being one of the few suppliers offering Myanmar based home care service is a privilege. Through our extensive Myanmar based community of over 40 centers, we offer a wide variety of top-notch, personalized care products and solutions.
As large parts of the countryside are secluded and secluded, not everyone can make it to these centers, which is why public relations is one of the most important bases of our work in Myanmar. There are over 50 outdoor crews whose mission is to go to far-flung areas and bring free contraceptives and sexually assisted healthcare to community areas that would otherwise have no other choice.
The mission is challenging - the country's many different tongues and susceptibility to disaster can reinforce the teams' effort - but it is still one of our most efficient ways to reach the Myanmar population. Work is underway to reinforce and assist the Myanmar healthcare system to ensure that Myanmar's community based care service remains viable in the longrun.
The focus is on cooperation with the Ministry of Heath of Myanmar and the Association of Nurses and Mothers. Helping train new trained middle-aged staff and deploying them, in agreement with the local authorities, in municipalities with the greatest need - usually in countryside areas without a middle-aged nurse. The Midwifes constitute the mainstay of Myanmar's healthcare system by visiting local community members who do not make it to the centers and informing them about contraceptives and maternity leave.
If it were not for these trips, many females in the countryside would not know about prevention. Only the midwives in a town can have an enormous effect, as sex-educational training is taken up in counseling interviews and distributed throughout the town. Through this program, many Myanmarans are now able to make life-changing decisions for themselves.