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Mr. Rungsun Munkong

International Relations Expert,

Partnership and International Relations Section,

Thai Health Promotion Foundation

 

Rungsun is a highly motivated professional with over a decade of experience in advancing Thailand’s health promotion in the global health arena. As ThaiHealth’s International Relations (IR) team lead, he oversaw ThaiHealth’s overall IR strategies and was instrumental in coordinating ThaiHealth’s key collaborations with strategic partners, such as the World Health Organization-HQ, WHO-SEARO and Singapore Health Promotion Board. Over the years, he has actively participated in many key global health forums, such as the UN High Level Meeting on NCD, the World Health Assembly, and the Prince Mahidol Award Conference. Notably, he has been invited as a resource person to share lessons learned to other developing countries about setting up and running of an innovative health financing mechanism like ThaiHealth. He also served as a secretariat in the planning and organizing a number of health promotion conferences, such as the 21st IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion 2013 and the 6th ISPAH Congress on Physical Activity 2016.

In his spare time, Rungsun enjoys running for health (where he has completed a number of marathons), practicing meditation, and nature traveling.

 

 

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Ms. Sininard Wangdee

Senior International Officer

Partnership and International Relations Section,

Thai Health Promotion Foundation

 

Sininard is an International Relations Officer with ten years experiences of working in government organizations, specializing in developing and managing international project, network, and collaboration in both regional and global level. She joined Thai Health Promotion Foundation in 2018 as a Senior International Relations Officer in the Partnerships and International Relations Section. Currently she is in charge of developing and implementing IR strategy on international collaboration e.g. MOU between ThaiHealth and international organization or network such as WHO-HQ, WHO-SEARO, ASEAN University Network - Health Promotion Network (AUN-HPN), as well as the International Network of Health Promotion Foundations (INHPF) of which she served as a Secretariat.

She also participated in various global health platforms such as World Health Assembly, and the Prince Mahidol Award Conference as a Thai representative.

 

 

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Ms. Milin Sakornsin

Senior International Officer

Partnership and International Relations Section,

Thai Health Promotion Foundation

 

Miss Milin is a Senior International Relations Officer in the section of Partnerships and International Relations. Currently she is promoting population-based health promotion through the global health platforms. She determines on global health issues and was one of the young Thai global health scholars and became the youngest global health trainer. She participated in many global health platforms such as World Health Assemblies and other global health conferences as a representative of the country and the organization. She was nominated by the US embassy to be the country’s representative to join the ASEAN Women’s Leadership Academy for YSEALI 2018.

Her education backgrounds are based on three world major contributors; Social, Politics, and Economic. With these three fundamental grounds, Milin has a particular interest on an analytical skill by using social, political, and economic paradigms in the public health issues

 

 

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Ms. Tanyapat Chumkamontanat

International Relations Associate Officer,

Partnership and International Relations Section,

Thai Health Promotion Foundation

 

Tanyapat has about three years of work experiences in hospitality and services and over a decade involving in the field of international relations and organizing the events. She has been working with ThaiHealth since 2011 with her main role of supporting administrative tasks and developing the /data management systems for International Relations Team. Being service-minded with strong analytical skills, Tanyapat had a great opportunity to serve as a secretariat in several international health and non-health platforms. Her responsibility is mainly focused on organizing the side meetings, exhibitions, catering including the logistics and administrative part, such as the 21st IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion 2013, the BNI’s 2018 Global Convention, and the 6th ISPAH Congress on Physical Activity 2016 held in Thailand.

Regarding her education background which is about tourism, Tanyapat has strong interest in exploring the world, visiting historical places, trekking, inspiring life by all natural wonders and all related physical activities such as playing badminton and running.


 


 

Thai Health Promotion Foundation


Address

ThaiHealth Centre, 99/8, Soi Ngamduplee, Thung Maha Mek,

Sathorn,  Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Phone : (66) 2 343 1500
Fax : (66) 2 343 1501

Email :  InterRelations@thaihealth.or.th

 

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How to get here

     

By car

From Sathorn 1 Alley: Turn right at the end of Sathorn 1 Alley, and then turn right again before the Department of Civil Aviation. ThaiHealth will be on the left with 100 meter.

From Thanon Suan Plu (or Suan Phru): Turn left to Ngam Duphli Alley, turn left again before the Department of Civil Aviation, and then turn right. ThaiHealth will be on the right side.

From Narathiwas Rajanakarin Road: Turn left into Soi Narathiwas Rajanakarin 17 which is connected directly to Ngam Duphli Alley, turn left again before the Department of Civil Aviation, and then turn right. ThaiHealth will be on the right side.

         
     

By MRT

The nearest MRT station is Lumpini station. ThaiHealth shuttle bus/golf car is available at the designated point as shown in the image map.

         
     

By BTS

The nearest MRT station is Chong Nonsi station. ThaiHealth shuttle bus/golf car is available at the designated point as shown in the image map.

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study visits
Visit Request
Publication

We welcome visiting groups on request. Study visit usually takes about 3 hours at ThaiHealth Center.
During the visit, you will learn about how ThaiHealth works and operates as an innovative enabler to enhance health promotion in Thailand, as well as achievements made so far by ThaiHealth and its partners.

If you are interested in visiting ThaiHealth, please fill in the Visit Request and 
List of Participants in the forms provided below

  • Visit Request
  • List of Participants

Visit Request

For us to serve your expectation more effectively, please provide us the necessary information as following.






1. General Information
*Preferred Date:
Time (For half day visit):
*Project’s Title:
*Contact Person/ Coordinator:
*Organization:
*Position:
*Address:
*E-mail:
Tel No.:
*Mobile Tel No.:
Fax:
Have you previously visited ThaiHealth?
2. Background of the Visit/ Program *
3. Please clarify purposes and specific issues (if any) that you would like to learn from us. *
4. Expected Outcome of the Visit *
5. Tentative itinerary during your visit to Thailand *
6. Other Requirements :
(If there is any information or related document you need to provide us, please attach herewith the form.)

* Please fill in participants’ information in the Participant List Form *

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Name of Participants *
Position *
Organization
Tel No. (Optional)
Email *
Dietary Requirement *
 
For your preparation of the visit, three sets of pre-event assignment are provided below.
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A
BASIC
ASSIGNMENTS


- ThaiHealth Act
- Health Promotion Funds:
Sustainable Financing and
Governance
- THPF Innovative Enabler for
Health Promotion
- ThaiHealth Brochure
- WHO Bulletin of THPF
- Learning and Exploration
Manual at ThaiHealth Center
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B
ADVANCED
ASSIGNMENTS


- ThaiHealth Act
- The Birth of ThaiHealth Fund
- Health Promotion Funds:
Sustainable Financing and
Governance
- THPF Innovative Enabler for
Health Promotion
- Stretch the Strength
- ThaiHealth Brochure
- WHO Bullet in of THPF
- Learning and Exploration
Manual at ThaiHealth Center
Download

C
ALTERNATIVE
ASSIGNMENTS


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  • I have had the opportunity on three different occasions of bringing students from my university to Thai Health Promotion Foundation for study visits. Every time, we receive excellent orientation and training on important aspects of ThaiHealth’s challenges and innovation approach.

    I recommend this opportunity for anyone who wants to learn more about health promotion and their experiences. It is a wonderful opportunity.

    Thank you for this visit. I look forward to seeing you in the future.

    Dr. Randy M. Page
    Brigham Young University
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Publication
Exhibitions
Publication
  • This exhibition has the goal of inspiring people to become aware of their own positive capacity to create a life filled with well-being. The process begins with the stimulation of a visitor’s senses to encourage them to gain awareness of their inner voice followed by the presentation of a film that will spark energy and inspiration for that person to follow their dreams.

  • In this exhibition, visitors can participate in expressing their opinions to help build a society with increased well-being
    at the positive energy wall. Visitors can also write down their hopes, dreams and aspirations on a touchscreen table PC.The next area features information about ThaiHealth’s partnership networks, categorized into 7 groups based on the interest of visitors. These partners are presented through multimedia packages stored in 7 traveling cases.

  • This exhibition features the history and mission of ThaiHealth since its initiation.
    Various media used by ThaiHealth on its campaigns are also on display, in order to allow visitors to see behind the scene of ThaiHealth’s success, and its attempt to create a healthy society.

  • Our special exhibition changes every 3 months, with themes related to health promotion
    and social well-being.