ICAP is working with the Ministry of Health to accelerate the national HIV response progress towards achieving global targets with a special focus on key populations through new policies and guidelines; strategies for national and sub-national operations; reduction of stigma and structural barriers in the health system; and health worker trainings and tools to improve patient care.


Programmatic Support Award (PSA)

  • Multi-Country,
  • current:
  • Brazil
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  • Cameroon
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  • Colombia
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  • Democratic Republic of the Congo
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  • El Salvador
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  • Guatemala
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  • Honduras
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  • Kazakhstan
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  • Malawi
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  • Myanmar
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  • Panama
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  • Peru
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  • Philippines
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  • South Sudan
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  • Tanzania
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  • Uganda
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  • Zambia
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  • Zimbabwe
Building on over 15 years of partnership between ICAP at Columbia University, PEPFAR, and CDC, the Programmatic Support Award provides rapid, flexible technical support to accelerate evidence-based HIV prevention and treatment program implementation and align health systems strengthening activities. ...

ICAP in Myanmar

Program Start
  • 2014
Key Technical Areas
  • Capacity Building of Health Workforce
  • HIV Care and Treatment
  • HIV Testing Services and Counseling
  • Key / Priority Populations
  • Implementation Science / Operations Research
  • Laboratory Support
  • Monitoring & Evaluation / SI
  • PrEP
Current Funders
  • PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Country Director

​Khin Nyein Chan, MBBS, M.Sc.PH

Dr. Khin Nyein Chan is ICAP’s country director in Myanmar. In this role, she leads the provision of technical assistance and implementation support to the Ministry of Health to strengthen health systems for expanding high-quality HIV prevention, care, and support, strengthening laboratory systems and strategic information at national, regional, district, and facility levels. She has over 15 years of extensive experience in public health and expertise in clinical operations and management of HIV and TB/MDRTB in resource-limited settings.

Dr. Chan has worked closely with National AIDS and TB programs, the Drug Dependency Treatment and Research Unit in Myanmar, the National Health Laboratory, as well as WHO, UN agencies, and INGO/NGO partners. Previously, she worked with MSF in Myanmar as the medical coordinator of the country’s largest HIV treatment program. She received her medical degree from the University of Medicine, Yangon (Myanmar), and her M.Sc. Public Health from the University of Bedfordshire, UK.

Jobs in Myanmar

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