Partnerships For The Goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

Mahidol University promotes the establishment of international collaborative networks for sustainable development. Primarily, courses on sustainable development have been introduced for students at all levels of study, and for academic and support staff, on the importance of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Short-term courses are also offered, such as “Sustainable Transportation” from the Faculty of Engineering, which can be studied free of charge through Mahidol University Extension (MUx) online course management system. The provision of these courses at university level enables students and staff to apply their knowledge to the real world and understand the importance of sustainable development at local, national, regional and international levels. For example, Mahidol University International College''''s faculty and students participated in Asia Pacific Day for the Ocean, which was organized by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). This program facilitates the exchange of ideas in marine conservation through sustainable fisheries and transport, marine pollution management, and increased regional cooperation. The University also attended the United Nations High-Level Forum on the Green Economy, which focused on key principles and trends in the process of transition to a green economy, as well as tools and methods for proactively implementing a green business economy. Mahidol University aims to build educational cooperation with many countries; for example, it has offered scholarships in conjunction with the Embassy of Norway in Thailand (Mahidol – Norway Scholarships) to provide opportunities for medical personnel from Myanmar to study Master and Doctoral degrees at Mahidol University. The University offers a training program for medical personnel from the Lao People''''s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) under the initiative of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, to help improve knowledge and skills in health promotion, disease treatment, patient care, and drug use. The program has been conducted every year since 2000, with a total of 1,144 participants to date. Mahidol University commits to ongoing international collaborative agreements with educational institutions worldwide - especially with strategic partnerships - for academic activities and research, the creation of joint- and double-degree programs, and the global exchange of students and staff (Inbound and Outbound) (Internationalization). The College of Management Mahidol University (CMMU), together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, have established the ASEAN Center for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue (ACSDSD). This collaboration will support coordination with various regional and global organizations to drive sustainable development in the ASEAN Community. The sustainable development projects include implementation of data technology to protect the sea, gender equality and women’s potential in the workplace, and waste classification in schools.

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    The study of a model development of primary health care services integrated with social services for persons with disabilities project
    The study of a model development of primary health care services integrated with social services for persons with disabilities project is a project that Ratchasuda College Mahidol University. Received support from the Thai Health Promotion Foundation to bring the policy into practice by collaborating with government network partners and the public sector, including the National Health Security Office (NHSO), Sirindhorn National Medical Rehabilitation Institute (SNMRI) Ministry of Public Health, Thailand Council for Independent Living and Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Ministry of Social Development and Human Security. To drive policy into action to achieve sustainability (SDG 17) in the development/care of the health and well-being of people with disabilities (SDG 3) is to increase opportunities. /reduce disparity on access to health and social services for people with disabilities (SDG 10).
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    Ten years in Participating in the Development of Bueng Boraped- Mahidol University Nakhon Sawan Campus.
    Nakhonsawan campus’’s primary goal is to foster reliance on the network for learning, and by supporting each other, a strong network for sustainability can be created.
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    The safety restaurant of its customers and is committed to supporting the Khao Thong Community Health Sustainable project.
    The Nakhon Sawan Campus Project is located in Khao Thong Subdistrict, Phayuha Khiri District, Nakhon Sawan Province, which is about 15 kilometres away from the city. The community’’s living and food habits resemble those of a rural area.
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    Community participation in palliative care at home: Khao Thong Subdistrict Phayuhakhiri District Nakhonsawan Province
    All citizens have equal access to health services. Palliative care at home is a health service that has a tendency to increase in demand. Participation of communities and primary health care providers will lead to inclusive and sustainable delivery of services in the community. There is a tendency of people’’s needs for palliative care at home to increase. Because of the incidence of chronic, serious, life-threatening diseases, including the increasing proportion of the elderly, the number of terminal illness patients and the elderly at the end of life has increased accordingly. Palliative care is taking care of physical ailments, holistic mental, social and spiritual problems from the first stage of diagnosis to being in the palliative stage until the patient’’s death.
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    Career Development and Business Incubation for People with Disabilities Two Career Training Courses: ‘from Herbal Crude Drugs’ and ‘from Flora and Plants’
    From 18th-20th July 2022, The Thai Health Promotion Foundation, Ratchasuda Colleague, and The Project of Institute Establishment for Sireeruckhachati Nature Learning Park of Mahidol University – under the funded project titled “Enhancing learning capacity for sustainable well-being of people with disabilities” with the sub-project (Objective 1.4) involving career development and business incubation for people with disabilities – jointly organized career training in two courses: ‘from Herbal Crude Drugs’ and ‘from Flora and Plants’. Both of the courses were developed in the way of engaging disabled learners in an authentic learning experience through a series of DIY activities, and were delivered both online and onsite at the location of the learners. This sub-project (Objective 1.4) is led by Associate Professor Dr Nuttaneeya Torugsa, Director of the Project of Institute Establishment for Sireeruckhachati Nature Learning Park.
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    Royal Project Foundation: Conservation of local and rare plant genes for sustainable development towards international SDGs goals
    Survey of genetic diversity, local plants and botanicals to create a database of plants, boundaries of plant genes. Amnat Charoen provinces began in the year 2012-present by Amnat Charoen campus together with the forest community Amnat Charoen province and Amnat Charoen provincial administrative organization under Plant Genetic Conservation Project under the Royal initiative of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. The objective is to meet the work on local herb database, for plants in the form of a provincial plant museum of Amnat Charoen province and study the guidelines for processing agricultural products from local plant resources, it strengthens the community network potential and creates a bond between the university and the community. Operated by surveying and collecting local plant data in forest communities, Amnat Charoen province. Prepare a database of diversity and distribution of local plant. Including the processing of forest products. The project focuses on participation with local agencies, schools and communities in the area, leading to a result on forest conservation, knowledge about diversity of local plant resource, awareness of plant genetic conservation in Amnat Charoen province.
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    MFA – MU Capacity Building for Medical and Health Science Education Hub 2021 - 2022
    Personnel potential development by world-class experts (Train the Trainers) leads to the improvement of medical care, networking, and the dissemination of knowledge to medical development outside the country (Training the Others), especially in developing countries.
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    The Project for Reviewing the Situations of Thai Children’’’’’’’’s Well-being and Inequality under the Framework of Sustainable Development
    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRCO) establishes the fundamental right of protecting children from any form of violence. The rights of children are composed of four main pillars: the right to survival, the right to protection, the right to development, and the right to participation.
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    The Module Development Project for Persons with Disabilities to Promote Their Rights of Accessibility and Utilization of Information on Broadcasting Services and Telecommunications
    The accessibility of broadcasting services for persons with disabilities is a neglected issue. To date, broadcasting operators and TV program producers have not adequately considered the needs of persons with disabilities, or have placed them low on their priority list. This is likely due to the fact that Thailand’’s broadcasting services primarily focus on generating revenue through commercials. Operators tend to target the general audience and produce programs that appeal to them. As the commercial success is determined by the size of the audience, persons with disabilities, who constitute a small percentage, are often overlooked or their rights are violated.
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    Ramathibodi Home Chemotherapy Model (RHCM)
    Ramathibodi Home Chemotherapy Model increases the effectiveness of treatment, reduces costs, improves the quality of life for patients, as well as improves Thailand’’s cancer care system for people’’s health sustainability
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    The Participatory Action Research on the Innovative Design of Garbage Bins for Waste Segregation for All
    Currently, individuals with disabilities often face challenges in participating in waste segregation due to the use of color-coded garbage bins for disposal. This system poses limitations for individuals with visual disabilities or impairments.This Participatory Workshop Research on the Innovative Design of Garbage Bins for Waste Segregation for All.
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    Rabies Free Zone Project
    Rabies is a fatal zoonosis caused by a virus that remains an important public health issue in Thailand. Nowadays, rabies infections are still reported in both humans and animals. It causes losses in many aspects, such as lives, resources and the economy. For this reason, it is necessary to eradicate this disease urgently. To be a part of the eradication of rabies, Mahidol University, Nakhon Sawan Campus, in collaboration with the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahidol University and Nakhon Sawan Provincial Livestock Office established a Rabies Free Zone Project which consists of various activities including educating about rabies prevention, vaccination for pets and neutering for stray dogs and cats in the area of Khao Thong Subdistrict, Phayuha Khiri District, Nakhon Sawan Province, as well as other nearby areas. This project has been caried out continuously since 2014.
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