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Feedback on the "One Health" International Symposium
On July 19, the International Symposium on One Health methods and scientific projects in Thailand and Southeast Asia was held at the Mahidol University in Bangkok. This event brought together IRD researchers and their local partners to develop new dialogues between all the institutions present.
Signature of a MoU for the CapThai project
On June 13, a MoU was signed at the French Embassy in Thailand between IRD and the Division of Tuberculosis of the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand to implement the CapThai research project.
Two calls for health proposals for the Southeast Asia area in 2022
L’Initiative is looking for projects to fund for the year 2022. Two calls for proposals concern the Southeast Asia area on the issues of health system strengthening and strengthening awareness and access to care for populations vulnerable to HIV, tuberculosis or malaria.
Nurses respond to the Covid-19 epidemic in Laos
The "NExT COVID-19" project of the Vientiane University of Health Sciences and the TransVIHMI IMU has been selected to receive funding from the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie.
OHSEA: « One Health in Practice in Southeast Asia »
The steering committee of the OHSEA project "One Health in Practice in Southeast Asia" was held in May 2021.
22/03/21 - 24/03/21
Urgently tackling environmental issues: a series of events to address policy-makers in South-East Asia
From March 22 to 24, IRD researchers will be speaking at several side events held alongside the Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development 2021 (APFSD) to urge decision-makers in Southeast Asia to tackle without delay the environmental problems that threaten our future and that of our children.
Malaria elimination in India at the heart of a new book
Malaria elimination is on everyone's lips. In light of the achievements of recent years, scientists hope to eradicate malaria worldwide by 2050. An ambitious but not unattainable mission, as Dr Vas Dev demonstrates in his latest book entitled "Vector Biology and Control - An update for malaria...
A performance mixing science and dance highlights the vulnerability of migrant women in Laos
Raising awareness among decision-makers and the general public about social and health vulnerabilities of migrant women in Laos through the diffusion of the artistic performance "Live With it" built on scientific data.
Black Carbon: the dark side of human activity
This bilingual exhibition for the general public aims to provide an overview of what is known about anthropogenic fine particulate matter air pollution, and to present the health and environmental issues for both Vietnam and Thailand, and South East Asia as a whole.
[Project] TB-SPEED - Strengthen paediatric tuberculosis services for enhanced early detection
2017 - 2022 Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Zambia and Cambodia