Health Equity in Southeast Asia

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia program’s goal is to build a thriving and sustainable network of health equity advocates and champions to create a community for health equity in Southeast Asia and China. The program empowers young leaders to pursue and advocate social justice in health the southeast Asia region. It is designed to bring together a diverse group of professionals who demonstrate commitment, dedication, and enthusiasm for leading change for health equity.

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Vietnam
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Timor-Leste
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Thailand
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Singapore
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Philippines
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Myanmar
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Malaysia
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Indonesia
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China
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Cambodia
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About the Program

Based at The Equity Initiative at the China Medical Board Foundation

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Meet some of our Fellows

The fellows address health inequities within and beyond national boundaries.

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Tharani Loganathan

University of Malaysia

Medical Lecturer, Social and Preventative Medicine Department at the Faculty of Medicine

Benjamin Lawrence Patrick E. Aritao

Director of Prosecution Department

International Justice Mission

Kotchakorn Voraakhom

Founder/CEO

Porous City Network

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