The 3MDG (Three Millennium Development Goal) Fund to increase access to and availability of essential maternal and child health services for the poorest and most vulnerable in 42 Townships in Burma and HIV, TB, and malaria interventions for populations and areas not readily covered by the Global Fund. This contributes to our Millennium Development Goals by averting the death of 11,569 children under five and 1,450 pregnant women, and helping control major communicable diseases in Burma by December 2016
An increased number of poor people, in particular women and children will receive better quality and more affordable, or free, health services as a result of Non-State Actors (for profit and not for profit private sector, civil society organisations and faith based organisations) playing a more effective role working as part of a health system. This will form part of DFIDs work towards tackling MDG 4 and 5 in particular
To accelerate access to essential commodities, improve health outcomes and achieve greater value for money for priority health areas including HIV, TB, malaria, family planning, and vaccines. This is achieved by making health commodity markets work better to bring more low-cost, high-quality manufacturers into markets and deliver greater competition, lower prices, faster rollout of new medicines, increased supply security, clearer demand visibility and enhanced incentives for innovation.
“To develop new affordable vaccines for TB at scale which have the potential to reduce many millions of new cases of TB over a period of twenty years contributing to MDG 6 which includes halting and reducing the spread of Tuberculosis”.