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Myanmar

In Myanmar, ICAP is working to strengthen health systems and improve access to HIV care and treatment.

ICAP began its partnership with the Government of Myanmar in 2014 to support the national response to HIV. ICAP is providing technical assistance and implementation support at all levels of Myanmar’s health care system to facilitate the scale-up of HIV services.

Current Projects

Global TA: HIV Programs

ICAP is providing technical assistance and implementation support at the national and sub-national level to develop and implement new polices, guidelines, approaches, and tools that support decentralized, comprehensive HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)

Global TA: Key Populations

ICAP is partnering with the MOH to evaluate the impact of key population sensitization training for health care workers and the implementation of structural charges on treatment outcomes among key populations. The evaluation findings will inform prioritization of strategies to improve uptake and retention in care among key populations. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)

Completed Projects

Strengthening HIV Service Delivery (2014 – 2015)

ICAP worked with Myanmar’s National AIDS Program to advance the national HIV strategic plan and improve access to HIV care and treatment. ICAP conducted a baseline HIV situational analysis of ICAP-supported sites and worked with key stakeholders to implement an action plan to expand HIV services and reach key populations. (funded by Open Society Foundations)