Removing the Barriers to Health Development in Asia
Despite several booming regional economies, poverty in Asia is widespread and the risk of infectious diseases emerging and reemerging remains high.
AMP is leveraging its 40 years of work in immunization and vaccinology to help its partners in the region strengthen public health systems that in turn support the achievement of the UN health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Flexible, Efficient, Effective
AMP has prioritized possible axes of interventions and will work flexibly, efficiently and effectively with Asian governments, development partners, and civil society organizations. Our projects and interventions are guided by in-depth analysis of the region’s needs, and are designed to make the most impact within the constraints of each program.
Boosting Health Capacity in Vietnam
In 2010, AMP signed an agreement with Vietnam's National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) to strengthen national capacity in various health-related fields. One year later AMP opened its office in Hanoi until 2015. This office had supported our tailor-made projects and interventions on public health and immunization issues in the country and region, and had provided technical support to Vietnam's health system.