Project related with covid-19We are operating the COVID-19 Information Hub site on consignment to offer information related to COVID-19 to people. We are producing the contents of the site, and monitoring the output.
Service project Of technological cooperation with hospitals in central vietnamThis project seeks to empower medical and managing employees at Hue Provincial General Hospital and Da Nang City General Hospital by sending experts to establish a mid-to-long-term strategy and a master plan, inviting medical employees for training, holding empowerment programs including local training, providing equipment and consultations, and improving infrastructure through training.
Blindness Prevention Project using Portable Devices This project aims to improve eye health and health equity with a focus on the prevention and diagnosis of eye disease that cause blindness using portable devices in the Moroccan community.
Support for Establishment of the Outbreak, Disaster Medical Control and Prevention System of Ethiopia. This is the policy consultation project to provide the Ethiopian government with recommendations and suggestions to establish a solid system to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and respond to health emergencies, referring to Korea's lessons learned.
ICT-Based school health project : Providing materials to build production studio and IT room for E-learning The objective of the project is to improve the health awareness of Quang Dinh secondary school students by providing video-based health education learning materials and an IT room. The video-based health education materials will be developed by constructing a production studio, where Thanh Hoa Medical College will provide the studio space.
OnDream Blindness Prevention Program in Nepal This project aims to establish a sustainable mHealth-based eye disease examinatio system to reduce blindness rate and contribute to Universal Eye Health Care in Nepal.
OnDream Blindness Prevention Program in Malawi This project aims to Cataract surgery for local residents through a mobile surgical vehicle to reduce blindness rate and contribute to Universal Eye Health Care in Malawi. The project, which started in 2013, has progressed through 2020 and has done a total of 3,145 cataract surgeries.