Partnership with INGOs & Foundations

Partnership with International
Non-Government Organizations (INGOs) / Foundations

Thailand – United States Educational Foundation (TUSEF)

Thailand – United States Educational Foundation (TUSEF) was established in July 1950 through an agreement between the Government of Kingdom of Thailand and the Government of the United States of America. With Senator J. William Fulbright’s far-sighted initiative, the program aims to exchange and share knowledge, education, and culture between the United States and countries around the world. TUSEF has played a significant role in strengthening people-people connections, inspiring scholars and young leaders across key disciplines, and enhancing relations between Thailand and the United States.

Activities and collaborations with Thailand take a variety of forms, including Thai Graduate Scholarship (TGS), The Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program (FLTA), Thai Visiting Scholar Program (TVS), The English Teaching Assistantship Program (ETA), and U.S. Lectures / Senior Researchers / Consultants. All these programs are frameworks for both countries to develop for further collaboration with other countries.

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Kenan Foundation Asia

Kenan Foundation Asia was established, under the Thai-US Economic and Technical Cooperation in 1996, in Bangkok, Thailand. In the early years, Kenan Institute of the University of North Carolina was the Implementing Agency of the US-Thailand Development Partnership (USTD) during 1993 – 1998. Kenan Foundation Asia works in Thailand and other countries in Asia “to inspire students, develop skilled people, and grow strong leaders by empowering them with the knowledge, technology, and skills necessary for a better future.”

Kenan Foundation has strong areas of expertise that meet the challenges of today’s world, including Transformation
Education, especially through STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics), strengthening entrepreneurship
and SMEs, and capacity building for community with an emphasis on youth and women.

Collaboration between Thailand through TICA and Kenan Foundation Asia is based on both sides’ expertise and experience, including workshops and training programs. Examples include a training course on reducing the development gap in ASEAN for Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam under the framework of the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI), and a workshop on Entrepreneurship-Experience and lesson Learned from Thailand.

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Currently, both sides are exploring to extend a trilateral training program on STEM and other selected sectors to countries in Asia.

The Rockefeller Foundation (RF)

Thailand and the Rockefeller Foundation have strong development cooperation since 1914. With the establishment of Asia Regional Office in Thailand, the Foundation has worked in Thailand and other countries in Asia.

Cooperation with Thailand covers important fields such as public health, education, agriculture and food innovation, urban development, and programs for sustainable development.