COVID-19 AND RELATED COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CAPACITY TRAINING EVENTS FOR MIGRANT HEALTH VOLUNTEERS IN THAILAND

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is implementing the Enhancing Efforts and Strategy for the Protection and Promotion of Global Population’s Health: Strengthening the Prevention of COVID-19 Infections through Cross-Country Migration in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) program. The organization recognizes the importance of preparing and planning response to migration and cross-border movements, as the…

PUBLIC PERCEPTION SURVEY OF THAIS TOWARDS PRIVATELY OWNED ZOOS AND ANIMAL SHOWS

World Animal Protection (WAP) commissioned SUPA71 to conduct a mixed-methods study to determine the Thai public’s perception on privately owned zoos and animal shows. The quantitative survey was conducted with more than 800 respondents using the Survey Money Survey Platform. In addition, forty qualitative in-depth interviews were conducted with individuals who visited and did not…

THE GLOBAL FUND SUPPLY CHAIN AND SERVICE DELIVERY SPOT CHECK PROJECT

Since 2021 until the present, SUPA71, in close collaboration with Palladium International and Network Technical Assistance Providers (NTAP), has conducted multiple surveys with various health facilities in Thailand. Each quarter, approximately 118 health facilities (HFs) were visited to collect information on health care services and implementation challenges. The results are expected to assist Global Fund…

KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND PRACTICE (KAP) SURVEY ON MALARIA IN YALA PROVINCE, THAILAND

SUPA71 conducted qualitative and quantitative knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) surveys on malaria among civilians in multiple districts of Yala province for a UCSF-funded project with the support of Defense Medical Assistance Program (DMAP)/ Armed Forces Research Institute of Medicine (AFRIMS). The primary objective of this study was to determine the unique malaria risk profile…

A QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCHER TRAINING FOR YALA ROYAL THAI ARMY (RTA) STAFF AND CIVILIANS IN SONGKHLA PROVINCE, THAILAND

In close collaboration with the Malaria Elimination Initiative’s Institute of Global Health Sciences (MEI), the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), the Royal Thai Army (RTA), and the US-Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences (AFRIMS), SUPA71 Co., Ltd. provided training to RTA personnel in Yala and civilian researchers in…

SUPA71 QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER TRAINING IN 2021 FOR UCSF’S GLOBAL HEALTH GROUP’S MALARIA ELIMINATION INITIATIVE

SUPA71 provided qualitative training for the Royal Thai Army (RTA) research team to implement data collection at the military stations in Sisaket province of Thailand. The training was organized at a hotel in the Muang district of Sisaket province. SUPA71 core team members consisted of our qualitative research managers and professors from various academic institutions,…

ATTAINING LASTING CHANGE FOR BETTER ENFORCEMENT OF LABOR AND CRIMINAL LAW TO ADDRESS CHILD LABOR, FORCED LABOR AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING (ATLAS) PROJECT: A MIDTERM EVALUATION

In 2021, SUPA71 conducted a mid-term evaluation (MTE) for Winrock International (WI)/ Attaining Lasting Change for Better Enforcement of Labor and Criminal Law to Address Child Labour, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking (ATLAS) Project. According to project objectives, this mid-term evaluation (MTE) was designed to assess the project strategy and its success in Thailand. This…

A FORMATIVE BASELINE ASSESSMENT FOR A RAI2E COMBAT TRIAL STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO (UCSF)

At the end of 2020 and early 2021, SUPA71 completed a qualitative baseline study to assess information for the RAI2E COMBAT Trial Study in Thailand for the University of California San Francisco(UCSF). The RAI2E COMBAT Trial Study was recently launched to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of a reactive focal mass drug administration (rfMDA) strategy…