MM
Myanmar

National Health Planning Cycles and Context

National Health Plan Title:
Myanmar Health Vision 2030, National Health Plan 2011-2016

Annual Health Sector Review:


Fiscal Start Date:


Important Milestones:

Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

2000
2030
National Health Policy Strategy and Plan:
2011
2016
National Development Plan:
2011
2016
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization:
2012
2016
Malaria Plan:
Tuberculosis Plan:
2011
2015
HIV/AIDS Plan:
2011
2015
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan:
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan:
Reproductive Health Plan:
Maternal Health Plan:
2009
2013
Newborn and Child Health Plan:
Human Resources for Health Plan:
2012
2017
GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support:
2008
2014
GAVI Immunisation Services Support(ISS)Support:
2002
2014
GAVI Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Support:
GAVI Injection Safety Support:
2002
2006
GAVI Hepatitis B Vaccine Support:
2002
2009
GAVI Pentavalent Vaccine Support:
GAVI Pneumococcal Vaccine Support:
GAVI Rotavirus Vaccine Support:
GAVI Hib Vaccine Support:
GAVI Yellow Fever Vaccine Support:
GAVI Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Support:
GAVI Measles Vaccine Support:
2012
2016
GAVI Tetra DTP Hep B Vaccine Support:
GAVI Tetra DTP Hib Vaccine Support:
The Global Fund HIV/AIDS Grants:
2011
2015
The Global Fund Malaria Grants:
2011
2015
The Global Fund Tuberculosis Grants:
2011
2015

Partners in Country

Country engaging in IHP + processes:
Not IHP

IHP+ details:
Not IHP

Pooled funding and or SWAP:
No SWAp

UNIDAF rollout cycles:
N/A

Health Metrics Network Wave 1:
No

PEPFAR focus countries:
No
World Bank*:
N/A

European Commission*:
The EU-Burma/Myanmar Strategy Paper 2007-2013 was drawn up following the decision to develop a strategic framework for EU assistance to the country. Involving a substantial increase in financial support the strategy will enable the Commission to move from a mainly reactive response to a proactive approach to the country’s development needs. With education and health among the main driving forces in poverty reduction and given the Commission’s strong track record in these fields the strategy focuses on two main sectors: •Education – prioritising primary and informal education •Health – tackling communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS tuberculosis and malaria The multi-annual indicative programme (2007-2010) covers the first four years of the strategy and allocates €32 million to support these sectors. In addition the Commission’s thematic programmes will also remain important sources of support to non-state actors. Education – prioritising primary and informal education and Health – tackling communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS tuberculosis and malaria.

Donor involvement

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