Resources in Burmese

Welcome to the Burmese resources page! Here you will find PDF downloads of our community health guides in Burmese, as well as information about how to order print copies from our translation partners.

It is prohibited to sell or distribute these files in any format for profit without prior written consent from Hesperian and the translator. To use Hesperian materials in educational settings, please credit both Hesperian and the translator.  See open copyright

Where Women Have No Doctor

translated by Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE)
An essential resource for any woman or health worker who wants to improve her health and the health of her community, and for anyone to learn about problems that affect women differently from men. Topics include reproductive health, concerns of girls and older women, violence, and mental health.

Where There Is No Doctor

The most widely-used health care manual for health workers, educators, and others involved in primary health care delivery and health promotion programs around the world.

Where There Is No Dentist

translated by Friends of Burma, Inc. and Myanmar Christian Health Workers/CDC
This basic dental manual uses straightforward language and step-by-step instructions to discuss preventive care of teeth and gums, diagnosing and treating common dental problems, and includes a special chapter on oral health and HIV.

Where There Is No Doctor

Ms. Silvia Luciani
UNICEF Yangon
No. 223, Sule Pagoda Road
Kyauktada Township

Where Women Have No Doctor

Ms. Mitos Urgel
Women's Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE)
P.O. Box 58
Chang Mai University
Chang Mai, 50202
THAILAND
health[at]weave-women[dot]org; mitos[at] weave-women[dot]org
http://www.weave-woman.org

Where There Is No Dentist

Mr. Neil Sowards
Friends of Burma, Inc
548 Home Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN, 46807-1606
USA
Available at website: 
http://friendsofburma.org/fob/2011/06/translation-of-where-there-is-no-dentist.html

Where There Is No Dentist

Ms. Marie Klaipo
Myanmar Christian Health Workers/CDC
No 14 Daw Hla Pan Lan -Ka We Chan
Tha Maing Ma Yan Gone Myo Ne
Yangon (City), BURMA (MYANMAR)
marieklaipo[at]gmail[dot]com