SEP for Global Partnership

Agriculture sector

SEP encourages a holistic farm management system that aims
to minimize farmers’ vulnerability, and promote food security, water preservation and biodiversity.

Healthy Communities

while pursuing the improvement
of well-being for the people, environment and society as well as the sustainability of the culture, SEP promotes community self-reliant, self-immunity against external shock.

Human Capacities and Capabilities

SEP takes into account good business practices, good governance, sustainable commercialism and responsibility to society

Sustainability of Water Sources

SEP helps improve water quality, waste water management, efficiency use
of water, integrated water resources management, restoration of ecosystem

Climate Change

SEP promotes green production, consumption, natural disaster prevention, protection of ecosystem ( use of vetiver grass planting to prevent soil erosion )

Economic Stability

SEP stresses balanced and sustainable economic growth

SEP for SDGs Partnership

TICA Thailand - SEP ep 1 : Partnership for Sustainable Development
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 2 : From Good Health to Well-being
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 3 : Responsible Education, the Key to Sustainability
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 4 : Agri & Culture
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 5 : Sustainable Community Development based on SEP
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 6 : SEP Learning Center, a Living Model
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TICA Thailand – SEP ep 7 : Home-grown, World-renowned
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TICA Thailand – SEP ep 8 : Thailand Development Cooperation Team
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TICA Thailand - SEP ep 1 : Partnership for Sustainable Development
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 1 : Partnership for Sustainable Development
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 2 : From Good Health to Well-being
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 2 : From Good Health to Well-being
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 3 : Responsible Education, the Key to Sustainability
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 3 : Responsible Education, the Key to Sustainability
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 4 : Agri & Culture
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 4 : Agri & Culture
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 5 : Sustainable Community Development based on SEP
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 5 : Sustainable Community Development based on SEP
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 6 : SEP Learning Center, a Living Model
TICA Thailand - SEP ep 6 : SEP Learning Center, a Living Model
TICA Thailand – SEP ep 7 : Home-grown, World-renowned
TICA Thailand – SEP ep 7 : Home-grown, World-renowned
TICA Thailand – SEP ep 8 : Thailand Development Cooperation Team
TICA Thailand – SEP ep 8 : Thailand Development Cooperation Team
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At the National Level.

SEP has been embedded in our National Development Plan and the 20-year National Strategies. The National committee on Sustainable Development chaired by PM has also been established to set the policy and steer Thailand forward.

At the Regional Level

As Chair of ASEAN and as ASEAN Coordinator on sustainable development, we have already prepared the mapping
of South-South Cooperation in ASEAN and hope to provide our country peers with yet another useful tool and knowledge
for regional cooperation. Thailand are also coordinator
for Sustainable Development in other regional cooperation such as Asia Cooperation Dialogue and Conference
on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA)

At the Global Level

Throughout our chairmanship of the Group of 77 in 2016 and until now, Thailand aims at strengthening South-South cooperation and sharing its SEP approach to support the realization of SDGs globally. Of the 17 SDGs, the Goal 17 – “Global Partnership for Sustainable Development – may be the most compelling for Thailand and us all because
the attainment of all the Goals can only be achieved by all of us working together.

TICA’s Key Activities in Implementing Development Diplomacy

1. Annual International Training Courses (AITC)
– AITC is a short-term training programs of about 2-3 weeks for our developing partners in numerous parts of the world ranging from Asia and the Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
– The 5 main themes of AITC : SEP, Food Security, Public Health, Climate Change and related topics to SDGS.

Note : Supports course fees, international travel, accommodation, a daily allowance (600 B if meals not included), insurance for minor medical treatment and visa fees.

2. Thai International Postgraduate Program (TIPP)
– Fully funded scholarships to study master degree in Thailand.

3. Buakaew Roundtable Program
– 1 week study program and discussion forum using Thailand’s expertise and best practices as a practical model for development.

Note : Support course fees, international travel, accommodation
and monthly allowance (15,000/ month), insurance for minor medical treatment and visa fees

4. Tailor-made Program
– Matching our partners’ need with Thailand’s expertise in implementing development projects abroad.

TICA’s SEP Development Projects

Project Sites

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SEP for Global Partnership: 21 Countries

In 2021. TICA has many projects in 21 countries around the world. There are 17 countries in in the Asia and Pacific region: Lao PDR, Cambodia, Myanmar, Brunei, Philippines, Vietnam, Timor-Leste, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Tonga, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia and 4 countries in Africa: Lesotho, Mozambique, Benin, and Senegal. In addition, TICA is considering to expand the cooperation to other countries who have expressed their intention to participate in our project.