ASEAN
COOPERATION ON HEALTH
Health and Communicable Diseases Division
ASEAN Secretariat
PRESENTATION CONTENT
What is the basis of the regional cooperation on
Health?
 What are the regional priorities in Health?
 What are the implementing mechanisms?
 What are the regional priorities of AEGCD and
AWGPD?

AEC
Blueprint
(November 2007)
ASCC Blueprint
(March 2009)
APSC Blueprint
(March 2009)
2nd IAI Work
Plan
(March
2009)
implementation
/ monitoring:
AEC Council
ASCC Council
APSC Council
ASEAN
Coordinatin
g Council
ASCC: ASEAN STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK
ON HEALTH DEVELOPMENT
Operationalizes the 55 health action lines of the
ASCC Blueprint
 Regional activities in health involve:

B3. Enhancing Food Security and Safety
 B4. Access to healthcare and promotion of healthy
lifestyle
 B5. Improving capability to control
communicable diseases
 B7. Building disaster-resilient nations and safer
communities
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Xii. Promote multi-sectoral coordination and planning on
PPR at the regional level including development of a
regional multi-sectoral PPR plan
GUIDING PRINCIPLES - IMPLEMENTATION
ASEAN SOCIO-CULTURAL
BLUEPRINT (2009-2015)
Endorsed by ASEAN Summit
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK ON
HEALTH DEVELOPMENT (20102015) - Endorsed by 10th AHMM
WORK PLANS OF WORKING
GROUPS and TASK FORCES
Institutionalization on ASEAN Health Development
ASEAN Health Ministers Meeting (AHMM)
Senior Officials on Health
Development (SOMHD)
6 ASEAN
Working
Groups
4 Ad –hoc
Task Forces
Networks
and
Initiatives
Health and Communicable Diseases Division,
ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta
ASEAN Health Ministerial Meeting (AHMM)
Senior Officials Meeting on Health
Development (SOMHD)
ASEAN Expert
ASEAN Expert
ASEAN Task
Group on
Group on Food
Communicable Force on AIDS
Safety
(ATFOA)
Diseases
(AEGFS)
(AEGCD)
ASEAN Health Ministerial Meeting (AHMM)
Senior Officials Meeting on Health
Development (SOMHD)
ASEAN Focal
Point on
Tobacco
Control
(AFPTC)
ASEAN
ASEAN
Working Group Working Group
on Pandemic
on
Preparedness Pharmaceutical
and Responses
Development
(AWGPPR)
(AWGPD)
ASEAN Health Ministerial Meeting (AHMM)
Senior Officials Meeting on Health
Development (SOMHD)
ASEAN Task
Force on
Mental Health
ASEAN Task
Force on
Maternal and
Child Health
ASEAN Task
Force on
Traditional
Medicine
ASEAN Task
Force on NonCommunicable
Diseases
FLOW OF HEALTH PROGRAMME CYCLE
Strategic
Framework
Planning &
Implementation
Monitoring &
Evaluation
• Strategic Framework on Health Development, 2010 –
2015 (endorsed by AHMM, 2010)
• Annual Meeting of SOMHD
• Annual Meeting of TWGs/TFs/Networks
• AHMM every 2-year meeting
• Ad Hoc/’As needed’
• Implementation-based Monitoring (TWGs/TFs)
• Outcome Indicators: ASCC ‘Scorecard’ (ie. still in process
of finalizing indicators for ASEAN)
IMPLEMENTING MECHANISMS
lead
country
Strengthen
Collaborati
on with
potential
partners
Strengthen
Conduct
roles of
consultative
SOMHD/
development
Chairs of
partners’
Subsidiary
meeting (s)
bodies
Role of
ASEC
IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISMS
Lead Countries
 Host Countries
 Resources from Development Partners
 Funds from Dialogue Partners
 Support from SOMHD and other working groups
 Collaborative, Coordinative and Facilitative Role
of ASEAN Secretariat

ASEAN EXPERT GROUP ON
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (AEGCD)
Initiatives started with the ASEAN Plus Three EID
Program supported by AUSAid (program concluded
last June 2010)
 6th AEGCD Meeting, Yangon, Myanmar: Outputs
 Updated the Medium Term Plan on Emerging
Infectious Diseases (MTP EID - Work Plan 20112015)
 Endorsed the 9 components of the MTP EID for
2012-2015
 Approved the Work Plans & Prioritized activities
for 2012

ASEAN EXPERT GROUP ON
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (AEGCD)

6th AEGCD Meeting, Yangon, Myanmar: Outputs
 Strengthened collaboration with WHO and other
Development Partners
 Malaria Initiatives with WHO approved;
Myanmar volunteered to be lead country;
Thailand to be confirmed by senior officials
 Identified Regional Advocacy Initiatives
AEGCD: 9 COMPONENTS OF MTP EID
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ASEAN EID Mechanism (AEM), (Thailand); EID
website, (Indonesia);
ASEAN Partnership Laboratories, (Malaysia)
Risk Communication Resource Center, (Malaysia)
Human and Animal Health Collaboration, (Thailand
and Lao PDR);
Operationalisation of Minimum Standards of Joint
Multi-sectoral Outbreak Investigation and Response,
(Cambodia);
Stockpiling of antivirals and PPE (ASEAN Secretariat),
Field Epidemiology Training Network, (Thailand)
WHO-EC Project on HPED particularly on cross-border
collaboration, (Thailand and Lao PDR)
Specific diseases including Rabies (Viet Nam), Dengue
(Viet Nam and identified lead country for ASEAN
Dengue Day), and Malaria (Myanmar, Thailand ?)
ENDORSED WORK PLANS (2012-2015)
ASEAN Plus Three Partnership laboratories (APL);
 Risk Communication Resource Center;
 Animal Health and Public Health Collaboration;
 ASEAN Emerging Infectious Diseases Mechanism
(AEM) and ASEAN EID Plus Three Website;
 Operationalization of Minimum Standards on Joint
Outbreak Investigation and Response;
 ASEAN Plus Three Field Epidemiology Training
Network (FETN); and
 Specific diseases including rabies and dengue with
some revisions from lead country, Viet Nam

ASEAN WORKING GROUP ON
PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT (AWGPD)
27th AWGPD Meeting, Hanoi, Viet Nam
 Outputs:
 Finalized the Work Plan for 2012-2015
 Prioritized Activities for 2012
 Worked with AEGCD on Malaria Initiatives
with focus on Drug Resistance (Laos)
 Strengthened Collaborative Activities with
WHO
 Finalized ASCC Scorecard Indicators
 Identified Regional Advocacy Initiatives
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ASEAN Bodies related to PD
AWGPD
PPWG
Ad Hoc Task
Force on TM
• Impact of pharmaceutical on
public health
• Improving access to medicine
and healthcare services
• Areas related to technical
standards & harmonization
• Integration of TM into
healthcare system
Proposed components
& activities
Regional
Strategies
Lead country
1) The 3rd Standard of
ASEAN Herbal Medicine
Area 1 & 3
Indonesia &
Thailand
Proposal 2011
Area 1 & 3
2) Development
Programme to strengthen
QA and Non-Pharmacopial
Analytical Methods
3) Building up &
strengthening of PV
Area 1 & 2
Malaysia
Singapore &
Thailand
2012
Proposed components
4) Rational Use of Drug
Regional
strategies
Area 2 & 3
Lead country
Brunei, Singapore,
ASEAN – WHO Consultative
Meeting on RUM, 12 July 2011
Indonesia
4.1 Workshop on Rational Use of
Anti-Microbial Agents
Brunei, Singapore
4.2 ASEAN – WHO Collaborative
Study on RUM in ASEAN
Singapore
WHO
4.3 To conduct an ASEAN Forum
on Pharmaceutical Care and its
Effective Implementation in
ASEAN (2013)
Indonesia
WHO
Proposed
components/activities
Regional
strategies
Lead countries/ $
5) Proficiency Testing
Area 1 & 3
Thailand
Ongoing activity,
donor - 2011
6) Production of ARS
Area I & 3
Thailand
Ongoing activity,
donor - 2011
Area I & 3
Thailand/USP
2011
• Certified Reference
Material
7) Technical cooperation
with USP
REMARKS: Activity 6 and 7 were combined: Thailand
Proposed
components/activities
Regional
Strategies
Lead countries/ $
8. Building up and
strengthening ASEAN ‘s
capacity in GCP and
Clinical trial
Area 1 & 3
Thailand &
Indonesia,
Philippines
9) ASEAN Collaboration in Area 1& 2 & 3
combating counterfeit
drug
Indonesia & Laos
WHO collaboration
10) Drug resistance in
malaria
Area 1 (policy
advocacy)
Laos & WHO, 2011
11)Regional advocacy
Area 2
ASEC, 2011
OPPORTUNITIES: ASEAN
11th ASEAN Health Ministers Meeting, Phuket,
Thailand
 5th ASEAN Plus Three Health Ministers Meeting
 4th ASEAN China Health Ministers Meeting
 ASEAN – WHO High Level Meeting
 Side Meetings 
THANK YOU
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Regional Cooperation on Health