The Raks Thai Foundation (RTF) was established on August 15, 1997, it is also a member of CARE International. Raks Thai Foundation is SR for the Global fund RAI Thailand. Currently, RTF implements programs in five development areas; health promotion and prevention of HIV/AIDS, educational support, promotion of business, community enterprise and occupational development, natural resource management and the environment, assistance and rehabilitation of victims of natural disasters.
Thongphit Pinyosinwat- (email@example.com)
American Refugee Committee, International (ARC, Thailand)
Office 17, 36th floor, CRC Tower, All Seasons Place, 87/2 Wireless Road, Lumpini, 10300 Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: 02 625 3136, Fax: 02 625 3000
The American Refugee Committee (ARC) is an international non-profit, non-sectarian organization that has provided humanitarian assistance to the vulnerable population. The mission of ARC is to work with refugees, displaced people, and those at risk to help them survive a crisis and rebuild lives of dignity, health, security and self-sufficiency. ARC started working in Thailand in 1979, serving Cambodian refugees affected by conflict and displacement. ARC is strategically committed to working with mobile migrant populations on both sides of the Thailand-Myanmar Border, adding projects focused on malaria control and treatment in 2004, cognizant that communicable diseases are not impeded by international borders.
Sai Ti (SaiTi@arcrelief.org)
Bangkok Office, 49/83 K.C. Suwintawong Road, Lam Pak Chi, NongChok, Bangkok, Thailand http://www.pattanarak.or.th/
Pattanarak Foundation is a non-governmental organization working with disadvantaged populations in rural western border Thailand. Pattanarak mission is to work with these communities to improve access to health information and services, provide HIV/AIDS prevention and care, promote malaria prevention and support dignified livelihood opportunities. Pattanarak operates in collaboration with a community-based network of local savings groups, working toward sustainable development in the region. Pattanarak is an implementor of the Global Fund in RAI in Ratchaburi province.
Asok Polbamrung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Partner for Development (PFD)
No. 26, St. 334, Sangkat Beoung Keng Kang I, Khan Chomcarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: 011 855 23 213 335, Fax: 011 855 23 213 275
Partners for Development (PfD) is a global organization that partners with community organizations and others to adopt innovative but tested solutions to meet local needs.
The PfD delivers sustainable solutions to poverty via the participation of local organizations that take responsibility for and ownership of activities. PfD works in partnership with local and international groups to improve the quality of life for vulnerable people in underserved communities. The PfD partners range from informal community-based groups to local government agencies, businesses to national advocacy organizations.The PfD is working in malaria under the Global Fund to provide services in the community in Cambodia.
Sun Maysac (Smaysac.email@example.com)
University Research Co., Cambodia (URC, Cambodia)
3rd & 4th floor, building #10, street 214, Sangkat Chey Chum Neas, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: +855 23 222420 / 221 713 / 220 342 / 224 831 / 723 563
Fax: +855 23 221 433
URC is non-profit organization working for the better health both from the scientific and community aspect. The URC is implementing malaria project in Cambodia with the support of the USAID.
Kharn Lina (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Malaria Consortium, Cambodia
House #91, St. 95, Boeung Trabek, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel. 092 938 048 Email: email@example.com
Malaria Consortium established an office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in early 2009, to support activities in multiple provinces. Since its inception, Malaria Consortium-Cambodia has assisted at both the provincial and national levels to strengthen the capacity of government officers and to provide technical support for malaria control and elimination. The MC is also a recipient of the Global Fund RAI-ICC grant and implementing project along the Thai-Laos and Cambodia-Vietnam border.
Kylie Mannion (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ARC International Myanmar (ARC, Myanmar)
No.17, Room-1A, Dhana, Thukha Condo, Dhamar Yone St, 61⁄2 miles
Hlaing Township, Yangon, Myanmar
In Myanmar ARC has been providing malaria prevention, identification, and case management services in Southeast Myanmar as part of the Global Fund’s Regional Artemisinin-resistance Initiative (RAI) since early 2014. Through this project, ARC has worked with local ethnic minority communities and migrant populations in 15 townships and 18 border crossing points across Mon state (four townships), Kayin state (four townships), East Bago region (three townships), and Tanintharyi region (four townships). ARC collaborates with two ethnic health partners (EHPs), the Karen Department of Health and Welfare (KDHW) and the Mon National Health Committee (MNHC) to provide community- based and facility-based malaria prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment services, while also building EHP capacity.
Thet Myo Tun (ThetT@arcrelief.org)
Community Partners International (CPI)
126 Kabar Aye Pagoda Road, Sayar San Ward, Bahan Township
Yangon, Myanmar http://cpintl.org/
Community Partners International — led by an international team of doctors, educators and management experts with 15 years of on-the-ground experience in Myanmar — develops local-global partnerships to improve the health and well-being of Myanmar’s women, children, families and communities. CPI mission is to work with local partners to improve health and education, led by and for the people of Myanmar.
CPI focus on evidence-based public health and clinical care initiatives through innovative training and partnership with local health clinics, backpack medics and village-based health workers. CPI currently partners with 26 community-based organizations on infectious disease, reproductive health, trauma care, health systems strengthening, childhood immunizations and child nutrition.
Dr. Phyo Maung Maung (email@example.com)
Karen Department of Health and Welfare (KDHW)
19, Thiri St., Ward(6), Pha-An, Kayin State, Myanmar
The KDHW is an ethnic organization in Myanmar. The mission of KDHW is Health for all. KDHW has looked after the health of the Karen people for over twenty years. The organization was established to address the complete lack of health care resources in Karen State, the result of years of military aggression.
Mr Saw Tamala Khin
Health Poverty Action (HPA)
House no 413; Sapharnthong Tai Village, Sissatanak District, Vientiane Capital. www.healthpovertyaction.org
Health Poverty Action works to strengthen poor and marginalised people in their struggle for health.
HPA approach health as an issue of social justice, HPA recognise that the greatest causes of poor health worldwide are political, social and economic injustices. The HPA is working with the poorest and most marginalised communities in Laos to strengthen them in their struggle for health. HPA is also a recipient of the Global Fund Malaria grant in Lao PDR.
Ronaldo Estera (R.Estera@healthpovertyaction.org)
Lao Positive Health Association (Lao PHA)
306 Naxay Road, Nongbon village, Saysettha district, P.O.BOX: T053 Saysettha district, Vientiane Capital.
Tel: 856 21 414812; Fax: 856 21 262180 Mobile: 856 20 22288844
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.laopha.org
LaoPHA is a community-based organization in Laos formed in 1999 and registered in 2005 as a local nonprofit association in 2009. LaoPHA works to ensure that the concerns and interests of key affected population community around the country are articulated and represented at the Provincial, National and Regional level. LaoPHA aims to strengthen the most key affected population (KAP) community-based response to HIV/AIDS and Malaria in the Lao PDR. LaoPHA has five priority areas: 1. Community advocacy; 2. Community mobilization and network strengthening; 3. Human rights; 4. Public Health and; 5. Holistic activities.
Vieng Souriyo (email@example.com)
Population Education Development Association (PEDA)
Watsop, Sisattanak District, PO Box 1898, Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR
Email 1: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Office: +856-21-353893, Mobile: +856-22-022020, Fax: +856-21-353893
PEDA is a nonprofit organization in Laos, began in August 2001 under the name Youth Fellowship for Action on Development later named to PEDA in 2006 and was officially certified and endorsed by the National Science and Engineering Council to deliver community education and development programs. In 2009 PEDA was successful in their application to become a registered Civil Society Organization (CSO).
Currently, PEDA has 25 registered members and more than 400 trained volunteers across 9 provinces. PEDA has developed vast experience designing and delivering programs aimed at HIV/AIDS & STIs, malaria, tuberculosis, drug use and human trafficking prevention. PEDA partners with community leaders, grassroots organizations, ethnic minorities, rural and disadvantaged communities, and groups at risk such as women, female sex workers, school children and vulnerable youth.
Santi Douangpraseuth (Santi.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Center for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI)
Vietnam, 240 Mai Anh Tuấn, Thành Công, Hà Nội, Vietnam
+84 243 5720 689 http://www.scdi.org.vn/home.html
The Center for Supporting Community Development Initiatives is a non-governmental, non-profit organization registered under the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations in January 2010. SCDI believes that each individual and community has great hidden potential, which can be used not only to tackle their own problems but also to contribute to the development of the society. Through the approach of empowerment together with policy advocacy, SCDI aims to create motivation and an environment for these potentials to be realized in favour of positive goals. SCDI projects mainly focused to provide service to the vulnerable and most at risk population in north, south and Center of Vietnam.
Khuat Thi Hai Oanh (Oanhkhuat@scdi.org.vn)
Vietnam Public Health Association (VPHA)
Suite 503 & 504, E1 Building, Trung Tu Diplomatic Compound, No.6 Dang Van Ngu Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi, Vietnam
+84 243 5720 689
Vietnam Public Health Association (VPHA) is a social, professional organization of nationwide volunteers who work in the Public Health field in Viet Nam. It was established in June 2002. VPHA’s network covers 3 regions of Viet Nam.VPHA has been admitted to be an official member of the Central Committee of Vietnam Fatherland Front and the World Federation of Public Health Associations.
Tran Vu (email@example.com)
Center for Health Consultation and Community Development (CHD)
No.14, Cua Dong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Telephone/Fax: 84-4- 3828.4793; 84-4- 3995.0155
Ho Chi Minh City Project Office: Room 8B, 8th Fl, Phu My An Building,
320/16 Nguyen Van Linh Road, Binh Thuan Ward, District 7, HCM City, Vietnam
Tel – Direct line: 84-4-3995.0155; 84-8-3775.2220; Mobile: 84-915.056.466
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Email: email@example.com
Center for Health Consultation and Community Development (CHD) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, established in 2010. CHD has been established by a Vietnamese professional specialist group who have worked with a broad range of clients including Government Ministries, scientific institutions and private companies, international non-governmental organizations in bilateral technical assistance projects. CHD inherited valuable experiences from the Community Health Development Consulting Company (CHDC) to provide successful technical assistance in health care and community development.
Nguyen Hoang Yen (Hoangyen@chd.vn)