In 2020, Myanmar had a total population of approximately 54 million people. That year, there were an estimated 167,000 people who developed TB. Among them, 25,000 were children. Moreover, there were an estimated 63,627 missing people with TB, of which 11,756 were children.

In 2017, the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) procured two mobile OneStopTB clinics for Myanmar. Each clinic has an X-ray room, operator room and laboratory room. The X-ray room includes a multi-functional, stationary digital X-ray system: the EasyDR. The mobile clinics also included the CAD4TB artificial intelligence software, used for the automated detection of TB-related abnormalities on chest X-rays. The mobile clinics were transported to the country, where training and installation were conducted locally.