A formative research for the USAID Thailand Counter In Persons Project (C-TIP) and development of SBCC Strategies

We have completed a “formative research for the USAID Thailand Counter In Persons Project (C-TIP) and development of SBCC Strategies” for BBC Media Action, in collaboration with Winrock Foundation. The project focused on two key industries that are considered high-risk for trafficking, labour exploitation and abuse: agriculture and construction. It covered five provinces in Thailand,…

Evaluation on Child’s rights Protection Project

We completed a project for Plan International Thailand on a final evaluation of the Building Strong Civil Society Organization and Networking for Sustainable Development project. This was conducted during March to June 2018. This aimed to measure the achievements of its implementation based on its goal, objectives, and outcome indicators. Results provided evidence-based knowledge by…

Lesson learned from Sexual and Reproductive Health, and Rights (SRHR) among migrants in Tak province

SUPA71 conducted a final evaluation on Sexual and Reproductive Health, and Rights (SRHR) among migrants in Tak province for Plan Thailand during February to May 2018. Objectives of this evaluation were to assess project implementation against project objectives within the project’s results framework – activities, outputs, outcomes, and impact related to indicators. This evaluation was…

Toward malaria elimination among mobile population in Thailand 2017

SUPA71 conducted an “Evaluation of Utilization of Malaria Preventive Measures and Access to Malaria Case Management among Non-Thai Mobile Migrant Population in Malaria Transmission Areas in Thailand” (MMPs survey 2017) on malaria among migrants for Malaria Consortium. This project aimed To evaluate the utilization of malaria preventive measures among Non-Thai Mobile Migrant Population in Malaria…

CRC Coalition to intensify collaboration towards child rights protection

“Building Strong Civil Society Organizations and Networking for Sustainable Development Project” has been funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and operationalized by Plan International Thailand. It is part of Plan’s efforts to strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) working on child rights. Plan International commissioned SUPA71, Co., Ltd. to conduct a…

Vegetables in Cambodia being tested for residual pesticides

Alliance 2015, a network of European non-government organizations working on humanitarian and development activities, partner with SUPA71, Co., Ltd. in investigating amounts of residual pesticides on market vegetables in Cambodia. This was brought by the increasing concerns on food safety being reported blamed to the use of harmful pesticides in many parts of the country.…

DRR challenges: An opportunity to strengthen Thai education on Disaster Risk Reduction

April 2016 With support from Save the Children Thailand and UNICEF, SUPA71, Co., Ltd. conducted a review on disaster risk reduction (DRR) and management in schools under the project “Strengthening Institutional Capacity of Thailand’s Education and DRR Stakeholders on Comprehensive School Safety Framework” on April 2016. The report revealed policy and practices of school safety…