The Union's work in South-East Asia
Integrated HIV Care Programme - Myanmar
Through its Integrated HIV Care (IHC) Programme, The Union Office in Myanmar currently provides services to nearly 34,000 People Living with HIV, more than 33,400 of which are taking antiretroviral treatment.
The Union's Offices
The Union South-East Asia Office was The Union’s first region office, located in India. The Union Office in Myanmar located in Mandalay provides HIV and TB-HIV programmes.
The Union South-East Asia Office
C-6, Qutub Institutional Area
110016 New Delhi
Phone: (+91) 11 46 054 400
Phone: (+91) 11 46 054 430 / 429
The Union Office in Myanmar
Ma-10/41-42, 64th St, between 101st & 102nd St
Chan Mya Thar Zi
Phone: (+95)2 4071082
Members of The Union South-East Asia Region
The Union is divided into seven regions to provide a platform for addressing lung health and related issues from a regional perspective. This structure offers members opportunities to network with colleagues who face the same regional challenges and contributes to The Union's deep understanding of local issues.
The Union South-East Asia Region is made up of organisational and individual members.
UNION NEWS FROM THE South-East ASIA REGION
Union brings together India TB programme to encourage advocacy, communications and social mobilisation
In December 2022, The Union organised the first-ever workshop about advocacy, communications and social mobilisation for the National TB…
Progress on indoor air quality regulation in India
The power of the pen - Correspondence in a forthcoming issue of the IJTLD highlights how a Letter to the Editor helped to progress legislation on indoor air quality in India. The preprint is free to read.
Government of Manipur Adopted Official State Policy to Stop Tobacco Industry Interference (TII)
After acknowledging that it is critical to ensuring and protecting the public health, the North-Eastern Indian state Manipur issued a…
Bangladesh Railway Minister Transforms Country’s Trains, making them completely Smokefree
The Bangladesh railway system—this includes stations, platforms, and train compartments—is now entirely smokefree, following a February…
Air conditioners, airborne infection prevention and air pollution in buildings in New Delhi
COVID-19 and poor air quality is leading to increased use of mechanical ventilation, but the authors of this article question how effective these systems are in important buildings in India. The preprint is free to read.