Brick factory workers in Mawlamyine, in Myanmar’s Mon State, are one of the many groups of migrant workers who receive health education from IOM on issues such as TB, Malaria and HIV. IOM/2014
In Kwar Li rubber plantation in Mon State, Myanmar workers learn about TB, Malaria and HIV. Due to their frequent relocation, internal migrant workers in Myanmar are likely to have less access to health care resulting in poorer health outcomes. IOM/2016
“Lungs” is a drawing teachers used in Moscow schools for TB prevention classed delivered to children of migrants. © IOM/2011
IOM Myanmar staff unpack equipment from a Mobile TB Active Case Finding Clinic, setting up where they can best reach the large internal migrant populations living in the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. Mobile clinics that operate where migrants live and work are useful in reaching those unreached by existing health services. © IOM/2016
This paper presents the Challenging Operating Environments Policy that the Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee recommends for Board approval.
After the establishment of a Task Force on Ethics and TB in 2008, the document was jointly developed by many stakeholders over a two-year period.
The landscape of drug development for treatment of tuberculosis (TB) has evolved dramatically over the past 10 years.
The Global Plan is a 5-year investment plan that represents the roadmap for accelerating the impact on the TB epidemic and for reaching the targets of the WHO End TB Strategy.
Global strategy and targets for tuberculosis prevention, care and control after 2015.
An IOM nurse in Northern Thailand narrates how she helps refugees get healthy for resettlement. IOM, local and international organizations provide health care alongside the Thai authorities in all camps along the Thailand/Myanmar border.