Calling health partners in the Pacific and Southeast Asia
The Australian Government is inviting proposals from a range of specialised institutions to enter into new regional health and product development partnerships.
We are seeking proposals to prevent, prepare for and respond to infectious disease outbreaks; support the detection and early treatment of non-communicable diseases; support health promotion, mental health awareness and suicide prevention; and develop new vaccines, drugs and diagnostics for diseases that affect the Pacific and Southeast Asia.
Supporting strong and resilient health systems in the Pacific and Southeast Asia
Minister for Foreign Affairs Senator Penny Wong and Minister for International Development and the Pacific Pat Conroy today announced Partnerships for a Healthy Region - a new five-year initiative to support partner countries to tackle priority health needs in our region.