Capacity Building and Advocacy






Human Resources for Health (HRH)

Background

Siam Health Care (SHC)

The Siam Health Care (SHC) has been come into existence in May, 2007. The prime focus of Siam Health Care is to conduct research and human resources for health (HRM) training, monitoring, supervision, evaluation, situation analysis, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, education, environment, governance, science & technology, agriculture, livestock, fisheries, gender, ICT and human rights sector.

The SHC is affiliated with its sister organizer Siam Health Foundation (www.siamhf.org). The Siam Health Foundation (SHC) is based in Thailand. More than 11 years Siam Health Foundation involved in arranging different foreign training all over the world. The SHC vision is to provide technical support for developing skilled human resources in assistance with different foreign universities and institutes. Some enthusiastic, experienced and technical human resources take vital role for establishing SHC. They have lot of contribution in between with maintaining international liaison and relevant advisory and technical component. SHC has strong liaison with different foreign delights, institutions and universities. Some includes, SHC has an MOU with HHRDC, Ministry of Health; PR China, University of Indonesia; University of Philippine; Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam; and Mahidol University, Thailand etc.

In addition, implementing a successful program we become in a mutual understand under bilateral or multilateral contracts with local and international NGO’s and individuals. The organization has a strong database of various socio-economic, HIV/AIDS and RTI disease. SHC is also ready to undertake any challenging assignment and deliver the desired outputs professionally.

The Siam Health Care (SHC) is wishes to promote good health and develop human security situation through research, training, people’s motivation and community empowerment using a holistic and integrated approach. Since its establishment, the Siam Health Care has provided human resources management training programs, developing people awareness and research to empower people locally and internationally in collaboration with different universities, and government and non government organizations. The SHC is mainly Bangladesh based and it was found with some enthusiastic and dedicated persons in Bangladesh. It has highly qualified and experienced staff with a broad range of relevant expertise in various disciplines for the conduct of training and research programs including demography, public health, epidemiology, human rights, human resources for health management and human security, public administration and IT. The SHC is experienced providing all sorts of technical assistance for the design, implementation and evaluation of program activities for the government and non-government organizations. Moreover, educating people and developing their awareness; SHC has prepared different BCC and IEC materials.

Siam Health Foundation (SHF)

Siam Health Foundation (SHF) is an organization based in Thailand. SHF has its own office in aboard including Bangladesh and Malaysia except its networking organizations. The SHF vision is the promotion and development of human recourse management around the world, with special attention to human development. The organization therefore used to provide training programs and skills management in collaboration with different universities, faculties, institutions and government and non government organizations around the world.

In Thailand Siam Health Foundation is closely working with the technical support from different academic institutions like Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University, Institute for Population & Social Research (IPSR), the Office of the Public Health and Environmental Technology (OPHETS), Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University and Ministry of Public Health, Thailand since 2005.

The foundation has been conducting training and programs leading to a focus on capacity building for civil and government institutions, non government organizations and communities in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, the Philippines, Korea to address the different development and rights based issues.

Objectives

  • To conduct human resources management training and skills development program.
  • To provide innovative knowledge and training on public administration, local government, environment, science & technology, women and children, livestock and fisheries and ICT.
  • To conduct research and develop program for supporting different community and organization.
  • To develop formal and non-formal education materials and support human resources management.
  • To promote knowledge based management and professional skills and support the development of GO, NGO and communities.
  • To provide consultation and program development support for various organization.
  • To arrange training programs for government and non-government organization staffs, community leaders, and local people both inside and outside Thailand such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Eastern Timor, Fiji, China, Central Asia, Mongolia, Japan, Korea, Australia, United Kingdom, United States of America, Europe, Canada and Africa.
  • To promote health and human security including development of legal framework and supporting the vulnerable groups with gender as cross cutting theme.
  • To provide health information and develop awareness through different technology and media tools.

HRH, HRM and Training

HRH

Siam Health Foundation (SHF) is working on Human Resources for Health (HRH) in Asia and Pacific. Siam Health Foundation (SHF) is an organization based in Thailand. SHF has its own office in aboard including Bangladesh and Malaysia except its networking organizations.

The SHF vision is the promotion and development of human recourse management around the world, with special attention to human development. The organization therefore used to provide training programs and skills management in collaboration with different universities, faculties, institutions and government and non government organizations around the world.

HRM

As a part of providing training on Human Resource Management, Siam Health Foundation already conducted a numbers of training in different issues. We have conducted training program in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, the Philippines and Korea.

Training

2007
• Short term Program on Hospital Management and Administration in Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University Thailand 28 February-11 March 2007
• Attachment Training on Latest Advancement in Gynaecological Oncology in Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University Thailand 18 Feb-03 March 2007
• Attachment Training on Mass Casualty Surgery in Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University Thailand 18 Feb-01 March 2007
• Short term Training on Health Related Financial Management and Financial Monitoring in Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University Thailand 18 February 01 March 2007
• Short term Training on Public health Administration and Management in Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University Thailand 18-27 February 2007

2006
• Monitoring and Evaluation of Family Planning & Reproductive Health in Thailand May 15-30, 2006
• Family Planning and Reproductive Health Program in Malaysia May 21-June 02, 2006
• Family Planning & Reproductive Health in Indonesia May 21-June 06, 2006
• Behaviour Change Communication Program for MCH and Family Planning in Vietnam; May 31-June 10, 2006
• Monitoring and Evaluation of Family Planning & Reproductive Health in Thailand: May 24-June 10, 2006
• Health Promotion Leadership Training in Philippine; June 01-11, 2006
• Logistic and Financial Management in Thailand June 04-18, 2006
• Community based Rehabilitation Program for Family Planning Officer in Malaysia; June 05-16, 2006
• Family Planning & Reproductive Health in Indonesia; June 17-30, 2006
• Logistic and Financial Management in Thailand; June 19- July 3, 2006
• Training on management & IT for capacity building of health sector staff in Thailand 16-23 July 2006
• Short term training on program evaluation and monitoring of health sector in Thailand 16-23 July 2006
• Short term training on Disaster management, emergency preparedness & responses in Thailand 13-20 August 2006
• Short term training on epidemiology and disease surveillance in Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University Thailand 30 July to 6 August 2006
• Short term training on public Health administration and management in Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University Thailand 20-27 August 2006
• Attachment training on critical care in Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University Thailand 06-13 August 2006
• The attachment training on Adult ICU in Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University Thailand 13-20 August 2006

2005
• Management of Community Based and Nutrition Program in Vietnam and Thailand; 26 December -2 January 2005
• Health Sector Reforms and Managements, 12-23 May 2005 in Thailand organized by Siam Health Foundation and Department of Family Health, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
• Health Promotion and Nutrition Issues in China and Vietnam 12-19 September 2005 organized by Hanoi Medical University, the Department of Family Health and Siam Health foundation

2004
• Health and Nutrition Issues in China and Thailand ; September 23-October 3, 2004
• Health and Nutrition Issues in China and Thailand; December-14-25, 2004
• Management of Community Based food and Nutrition Program in Vietnam and Thailand ; December 13-20, 2004

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Projects

As part of our one of the main objectives, “To promote health and human security including development of legal framework and supporting the vulnerable groups with gender as cross cutting theme”, we have undertaken a base line survey on the Human Trafficking issues among Muslim Communities in Mae Sot, Thailand.

n Greater Mekong Sub- region (GMS) Mae Sot, town in Tak, has been targeted as a place to work of Burmese migrants and one of the biggest centers of human trafficking in Thailand. The worst impact of child trafficking caused children to get back in the community after their human organs like kidney being taken off and sold out. Our study in April 2007 reveals that children are being a regular subject of trafficking from Muslim communities. Recently on 22 February 2007, ten kids were trafficked. Most victims are abducted from their communities or sold to traffickers by family members. Poverty is a major cause of trafficking of children. The trafficking of children for various forms of exploitation, including commercial sexual exploitation is a worst form of human rights violation and threat to human security which is a burring reality in Muslim community in Mae Sot. There exists at least 1,000 kids of poor Muslim community are highly vulnerable target group of trafficking.

Besides adult male trafficking from South Asia to South East Asia, male Muslim adult trafficking is a new emerging phenomenon in Mae Sot. As a part of the cross coastal trafficking a number 200 Arakani as well as Bangla speaking male are being trapped in Mae Sot. These people took a dangerous fishing boat voyage across the coasts of for getting a better job opportunity of life. They do not have any shelter for sleeping and medical care support. These groups are most vulnerable and could be mislead by any point.

Our team

Rabiul Islam Khan
(Canada)

International Advisory Board

Nausheen Ahmed
(USA)

International Advisory Board

Mahadi Rahman
(UK)

International Advisory Board

Dr. Sayeeda Sultana
(Australia)

International Advisory Board

Contact

Siam Health Foundation (SHF)

64/2 Moo 4, Tatan Panomsarakham, Chachoengsao 24120, Thailand
Phone: 66-86339 6025, Fax: 662-640 9299
E-mail: siamhf@gmail.com
Website: www.siamhf.org

Siam Health Care (SHC)

142, Green Road (Castle Green, 2nd Floor), Dhaka-1205
Tel. +88 02 9138411, + 88 01715564606
E-mail: siamhf@gmail.com
Website: www.siamhf.org

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