Mo Kham is a Human Development Specialist at the World Bank in Yangon. She came to the World Bank with more than 10 years of experience working in the public health field in Myanmar. Before she joined the Bank in December 2013, she worked with the Three Diseases Fund (now known as the Three MDG Fund), International HIV/AIDS Alliance, and Medecins Sans Frontiers – Holland in the areas of community mobilization, programme development and management for HIV/AIDS, STIs, Tuberculosis, and Malaria programs, contract management, capacity building and organizational development of civil society organizations. She has also done independent consultancies for a number of UN agencies, development partners and local organizations.
Mo Kham holds a Bachelor Degree in Medicine from the University of Medicine 1, Yangon and a Masters Degree in Public Health from Mahidol University, Bangkok. She was also a Hubert H. Humphrey fellow in Public Health Policy and Management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health from 2012-13.
Mo Kham also serves as an Advisor to the National Network of People Living with HIV (Myanmar Positive Group), Myanmar Positive Women Network (MPWN), HELP (a LGBT community-based organization), and Pyit Taing Taung Foundation. She is also on the Board of the Gender and Development Initiative (GDI).