MUKHA Co-chairs, Professor Thet Khine Win (PS of MoHS) and Professor Ian Cumming (CEO of HEE), met at MoHS, Naypyitaw to discuss future plans for collaborative work on undergraduate medical curriculum reform, increasing the capacity of nursing both in quality and quantity and the training of allied medical professionals.
The main objectives of the event were to provide an opportunity for individuals engaged in the Myanmar UK Health Alliance (MUKHA) and other members of the Burmese diaspora in the UK to network, be updated on the progress of MUKHA and the recent partnership work.
Following the first and second Myanmar Diaspora event in 2017 and January 2019, Health Education England (HEE) and the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) hosted a third full day event on 28th September 2019. The main objectives of the day were to provide an opportunity for individuals engaged in the Myanmar UK Health Alliance (MUKHA) and other members of the Burmese diaspora in the UK to network and receive updates on the progress of MUKHA and the recent partnership work. There were two groupwork sessions held to allow time for attendees to feed into the future of MUKHA including on what should be improved and implemented to better serve engaged diaspora and partners in Myanmar.
15th January 2019, 13:00-17:00 HR, Friends House, Euston, London
This MUKHA Diaspora Engagement meeting, jointly hosted by HEE and THET, was held for the second time to provide an opportunity of networking and updating the progress of MUKHA in Myanmar to a wider group of UK stakeholders engaged in health in Myanmar together with Burmese diaspora.