Private Acces  

Hanoi 02-03 October 2014 

NIHE organized a working group to produce a conceptual data model to create the database to be operated for ECOMORE component. Mr. Stéphane Béchet, consultant, Dr. Ly Sowath epidemiologist at Institut Pasteur in Cambodia, Dr. Nguyen Trung Kien data manager at the National School and epidemiologists of NIHE shared their experience to initiate the design of the database.       read more...

Economic development, ecosystem changes, and infectious diseases emery Risk Evaluation

ECOMORE, Refers to a project led by the Pasteur Institute and stands for " Economic Development, Ecosystem Changes, Risks and Emerging Infectious Diseases Evaluation. " This ambitious Project aims to inform Economic Development Initiatives and Their relationship to vector-born disease in 4 Countries Belonging to the Southeast Asia Region derived, namely: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
The aim of this project is to better Understand and anthropogenic ecological exchange responsible for the emergence of infectious diseases and to measure Associated Health Risks for Local Communities. Measurements of disease burden Will Be enhanced through the improvement of monitoring systems and Strengthening of national and regional cooperation.


Organization of the Participatory Rural Appraisal with communities in Vietnam in cooperation with Development for Women and Children (DWC)