Strategies and Evaluations for Collaborations on Diseases Prevention and Control with Southeastern Asian Countries under the New Southbound Policy

Project: A - Government Institutionc - Ministry of Health and Welfare

Project Details


Taipei Medical University (TMU) has quickly become an internationally recognized force in the last decade. By forming alliances with universities around the world (especially in Southeastern Asia) and setting up offices in allied countries (one long-term medical missions and one health center in Swaziland and Marshall Islands respectively), TMU has shown that it is strongly committed to forming global health collaborations. The aim of this course of action is to enhance Taiwan’s role and capacity in the global health security arena through international collaborations.
Effective start/end date1/1/1812/31/18


  • New Southbound Policy
  • Health Security
  • Global Health Security Agenda
  • International Health Regulations
  • International Cooperation


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