In 2010 MSH began implementing activities in Myanmar which conducted assessments of avian influenza, HIV & AIDS, and tuberculosis programs in Myanmar. MSH also provided assistance to local institutions, the Myanma government, and the USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia to improve further activities through more participatory and strategic planning and continued monitoring and evaluation work. MSH was responsible for strengthening local institutions through the application of its Virtual Leadership Development Program.
Under the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) project, MSH focuses on improving forecasting (to determine what drugs are really needed), aggregating demand and negotiating lower prices, and bringing the delivery mechanism closer to the point of use through regional warehouses. SCMS can work anywhere in the world, but is currently working in 17 PEPFAR countries.