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The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Ministry of Health and Sports, Department of Public Health, Department of Medical Services and UNFPA (2016)   C1

A nationwide survey of a representative sample of health facilities across public health services in all states and regions of Myanmar has been undertaken since 2014 to track Reproductive Health Commodity Security (RHCS) indicators, such as the availability of reproductive health (RH) commodities; the supply chain (including cold chain systems); staff training and supervision; availability of guidelines and protocols; information and communication technologies; methods of waste disposal; and user fees. The surveys have also obtained the views of clients about the quality and cost of services through exit interviews. This is the third report for Myanmar, which is an assessment of the situation in 2016.

Myanmar,  public health services,  health facility,  Reproductive health commodities,  Supply Chain,  training of health workers,  communication technology,  waste disposal,  country survey,  reproductive health services,