The Indo-Pacific Centre’s Health Security Corps deployed two Australian volunteers to work with the United Nations (UN) World Health Organization (WHO) in Cambodia. Here, they talk about the challenges and achievements of their assignments, but also how, above all else, public health is delivered with a true commitment to leaving no-one behind.
Health Security Initiative funds 50 per cent increase Australian funding for the development of innovative tools to combat malaria, other mosquito-borne diseases, and tuberculosis (TB).
The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security will partner with the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at The Australian National University (ANU) to deliver the ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowship Program.
The Program will engage and strengthen the skills of field epidemiologists – experts in responding to communicable disease and public health threats – from Australia and ASEAN partner nations to increase our region’s health security capacity.