There have been a number of one-off infrastructure projects run in recent years:
|Outreach Centre (Paletwa)||Construction of a second outreach centre in the south of Chin State.||Completed|
|Hydro-Electric Power Supply and Piped Clean Water - Lailenpi||Installation of a hydro-electric power supply and piped clean water supply in Lailenpi, where most of Health and Hope Myanmar's activities are based.||Completed|
|Airstrip||Health and Hope are involved with supporting the design, project management and construction of Lailenpi Airstrip alongside Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF).||Ongoing|
|Health and Hope Myanmar's Training Center Rebuilding Project||Rebuilding Health and Hope Myanmar's training facility in Lailenpi following cyclone Mora's destruction of the previous facilities in 2017. The new facility is made of re-inforced concrete and is cyclone resistant.||Ongoing|
In 2011, the training base was moved from Chapi on the India border to Lailenpi inside Chin State. This brought Health and Hope Myanmar's training and outreach within reach of a greater number of villages. Unfortunately, in 2017, cyclone Mora destroyed the training facilities in Lailenpi. A new reinforced concrete, cyclone-proof training centre is being built to continue the work of Health and Hope Myanmar for many years to come.
The mountainous and rugged terrain surrounding the base provides the perfect environment for a hydro-electric power supply. Health and Hope Myanmar have successfully achieved the installation of a hydro-electric power and piped clean water supply in Lailenpi which has improved the efficiency of operations.