Dr. Sansan Myint

UN REACH Facilitator, Myanmar

Sansan Myint is a medical doctor with a post graduate diploma in Obstetrics and a Master of Public Health degree in Population and Family Health. She has several years of experience working in Health, Nutrition and HIV with national governments, donors and Civil Society Organizations and the United Nations in different country settings – Myanmar, Botswana, Zambia, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Yunnan and Guangxi provinces of China.

She has been extensively involved in evidence based Advocacy work with governments, National AIDS Councils, Civil Society Organizations and donors in HIV/AIDS, Drug Harm Reduction and Maternal and Newborn Child Health. She maintained her focus on nutrition matters across the different areas of work given the visibility of different sets of nutrition problems in the different settings. She has strongly advocated for equity of access to services – social, health, nutrition, protection services and drug harm reduction services in different work settings under different country and culture contexts.