The Essential health Services Access Project of Myanmar has an objective to increase coverage of essential health services of adequate quality, with a focus on maternal, newborn and child health. The project would thus contribute to Myanmar's move towards UHC. It would also support a prompt and effective response to crises and emergencies. The project consists of three components. The first component strengthening Service Delivery at the Primary Health Care Level, focuses on channeling funds through MOH to the states/regions and townships (the latter in the form of health facility grants) for operational expenses or non-salary recurrent expenditures.
According to the World Bank webpage, this project will support COVID 19 relief efforts in Myanmar.
Contact: Hnin Hnin Pyne
Title: Senior Human Development Specialist
Tel: 5274+308 / 9
Name: Republic of the Union of Myanmar
Contact: Nwe New Win
Title: Budget Director, Ministry of Finance and Revenue
Name: Ministry of Health
Contact: Dr. Kyaw Khaing
Tel: (95-67) 411-353
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