วันที่นำเข้าข้อมูล 7 Mar 2023
วันที่ปรับปรุงข้อมูล 7 Mar 2023
On March 2, 2023, Mrs. Ureerat Chareontoh, Director-General of Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA) welcomed Assoc. Prof. Nopraenue Sajjarax Dhirathiti, Vice President for International Relations and Corporate Communication, Mahidol University, and discussed the collaboration between Thailand International Cooperation Agency and Mahidol University underthe project on the MFA – MU Capacity Building for Medical and Health Science Education Hub. Mrs. Arunee Hiam, Deputy Director-General, Ms. Chidchanok Malayawong, Director of Human Resource Development Division, and relevant officials from TICA and Mahidol University were also present at the meeting.
Assoc. Prof. Nopraenue reported the progress of the TICA – Mahidol collaborated project on MFA – MU Capacity Building for Medical and Health Science Education Hub, in which series of activities, workshops, and seminars were organized to enhance capacity of Thai medical personnel, as well as to transfer knowledges and Thailand’s expertise to other developing countries in the region. Assoc. Prof. Nopraenue also proposed potential projects for future cooperation, especially on the issue of impacts of climate change on health. Both sides discussed the possibility of expanding cooperation with the Rockefeller Foundation, the Australian Embassy, and the ASEAN Center for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue (ACSDSD). Director-General Ureerat, on this occasion, reaffirmed TICA’s suuport to strengthen capacity building and human resource development for medical personnel of Mahidol University in order to provide better services for Thai people and stronger platforms for the transfer of knowledge and expertise to other developing countries.
The MFA – MU cooperation aims to promote Thailand's medical diplomacy through capacity building and human resources development cooperation for both medical personnel in Thailand and target and health sciences and the transfer of Thai expertise to other developing countries, especially in target countries such as Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Bhutan.