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Medicines in Health Care Delivery Myanmar

World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office for South East Asia, (2014)

Situational Analysis: 13-23 October 2014
Report prepared using the WHO/SEARO workbook tool for undertaking a situational analysis of medicines in health care delivery in low and middle income countries

Guidelines for Warehousing Health Commodities [1st ed.] (Burmese Version)

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Ministry of Health and Sports, (2016)

Translation of the 1st ed., 2003
These guidelines were written for anyone trying to meet and solve the challenges of operating a warehouse today. They are an important reference tool for managers and staff, whether they are constructing a new warehouse, implementing a new warehouse system, or redesigning their current system.
Guidelines for Warehousing Health Commodities is for use by supply chain managers, logistics advisors, and warehouse managers who want to improve and increase efficiency in their current health commodity warehouse.

The medicinal plants of Myanmar

DeFilipps, Robert A.; Krupnick, Gary A., (2018)

PhytoKeys 102: 1–341 (2018)
A comprehensive compilation is provided of the medicinal plants of the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar (formerly Burma). This contribution, containing 123 families, 367 genera, and 472 species, was compiled from earlier treatments, monographs, books, and pamphlets, with some medicinal uses and preparations translated from Burmese to English. The entry for each species includes the Latin binomial, author(s), common Myanmar and English names, range, medicinal uses and preparations, and additional notes. Of the 472 species, 63 or 13% of them have been assessed for conservation status and are listed in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (IUCN 2017). Two species are listed as Extinct in the Wild, four as Threatened (two Endangered, two Vulnerable), two as Near Threatened, 48 Least Concerned, and seven Data Deficient. Botanic gardens worldwide hold 444 species (94%) within their living collections, while 28 species (6%) are not found any botanic garden. Preserving the traditional knowledge of Myanmar healers contributes to Target 13 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation.

Way of the elders conserving indigenous healing knowledge and medicinal plants

Sai Sam Hkam, (2011)

An action research conducted in Bang Shau village Northern Shan State, Myanmar

Medicinal plants of Myanmar

Ministry of Health, Department of Traditional Medicine, (2004)

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