The transmission of COVID-19 has been much lower in tropical countries than in China’s Wuhan, Europe and the United States, and strict adherence to prevention measures – rather than a full lockdown – might be sufficient to limit its spread in South and Southeast Asia.Read the full article in Frontier Magazine.
Together with the Government of Myanmar and other partners, the 3MDG Fund strengthens the national health system at all levels, extending access for poor and vulnerable populations to quality health services. The 3MDG Fund has a significant, timely and nationwide impact improving maternal, newborn and child health, combating HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, and health system strengthening to deliver sustainable, efficient and responsive healthcare across Myanmar.
Dr. NiNi Tun is over from Myanmar on an extended learning period here in the UK. She is attending several Conferences, Glasgow, Newcastle and London and observing at several London Hospitals. We, MAM UK, in conjunction with the Greenshoots Foundation would like to invite you to an ‘Evening with NiNi’, she will talk about her work and the work of MAM in a question and answer format – there will be wine and nibbles too.
Date: 21st November 2018
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm
University College London – Duncan Catterall Room Mortimer Market Centre Capper Street London WC1E 6JB
==> Closest tubes are Euston Square, Warren St and Goodge St.
We hope that you will be able to attend – we are charging £10.00 per person – all monies raised will be going to MAM.
Join us at Taste the World, a consumer wine tasting, offering 200+ wines coupled with a silent & live auction, a grand prize, and opportunity to donor for a tax receipt. 100% of the event’s net proceeds will go directly to supporting child treatment and health education at Laos Friends Hospital for Children in Luang Prabang, Laos and Medical Action in Yangon, Myanmar/Burma.