A WORKSHOP ON MATHEMATIC MODELLING FOR THAILAND’S HEALTH STAFF

SUPA71, in close collaboration with Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health’s Division of Epidemiology (DOE) and the Faculty of Tropical Medicine (FTM) at Mahidol University, organized a training workshop for health staff and Thailand Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) trainees working on surveillance systems, disease predictions, outbreak investigations, and research.   SUPA71 hopes that the workshop’s…

SUPA71 ATTENDED A MEETING ON “COMMUNITY-LED SURVEILLANCE AND PREPAREDNESS (CLSP)” PROJECT ON FEBRUARY 23, 2024 IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

SUPA71 extends our sincerest gratitude to the Institute of HIV Research and Innovation (IHRI) for inviting us to participate in the meeting on the “Community-led Surveillance and Preparedness (CLSP)” project on February 23, 2024. It was privileged to learn about the progress and outcomes of this important project as a model for preparedness against emerging…

A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF MIGRANT HEALTH VOLUNTEERS (MHVs) DURING HEALTH EMERGENCIES IN THAILAND

A study was conducted by IOM and SUPA71 to determine the role and impact of migrant health volunteers (MHVs) during health emergencies in Thailand. The study took place from September to December 2023. In this regard, SUPA71 would like to express our gratitude to the organization representatives who provided support for recruitment, data collection, and…

PANDEMIC LITERACY AND VIRAL ZOONOTIC SPILLOVER RISK AT THE FRONTLINE OF DISEASE EMERGENCE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA TO IMPROVE PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS (PANDASIA)

SUPA71 leads Work Package 6 in the PANDASIA project, which focuses on communication. It is co-funded by the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom’s Research and Innovation (UKRI). PANDASIA’s primary objectives are to gather social and biological data and model zoonotic spillover rates and disease emergence in high-risk settings in Thailand to identify potential…

VALUE OF GENDER EQUALITY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION IN ANTICIPATORY ACTION IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

CARE International commissioned SUPA71 to conduct a study on the value of gender equality and social inclusion in Anticipatory Action (AA) in disaster management in Southeast Asia. ASEAN Framework on Anticipatory Action (AA) is presented as the first intergovernmental consensus on parameters and standards for AA and an innovative approach to strengthening emergency assistance. Anticipatory…

CROSS-BORDER WORKSHOP ON FOR FRONTLINE POE AND CIQ OFFICERS ON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES PREVENTION AND SANITATION MANAGEMENT

IOM organized a cross-border workshop for Point of Entry (POE) and Immigration Customs and Quarantine (CIQ) officers on communicable disease prevention and sanitation management at the Point of Entry (PoE), and the participation of the Provincial Health authorities will be essential. On February 23, 2023, a workshop was held in the province of Sakaeo to…

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…