Director of SSVN becomes 1 in 5 Asian researchers of the Perth USAsia Centre. The program features a Non-Resident Fellow from five key countries and seeks to bring new and diverse perspectives on regional affairs into the Australian national debate.
Congratulations to Australian Alumni Ho Thai Binh from Survival Skills Vietnam-SSVN who has been selected as an Indo-Pacific fellow by Perth USAsia Centre. As a fellow, Binh will contribute expert analyses of social, political, economic and security developments to help strengthen the relationship between Australia, the Indo-Pacific and the United States.
Binh is a social entrepreneur working in public health in Vietnam. In 2018, he founded Survival Skills Vietnam with the mission to reduce preventable deaths and injuries in Vietnam via first aid education to international standards. At the same time, he founded SiGen which develops and commercialises new rainfall catch basin technologies in solving mosquito-borne diseases and odour pollution problems in urban environments.
With the experience of Australia – Vietnam cooperation from the involvement of SSVN and the understanding of his hometown Ba Ria – Vung Tau through the Indo-Pacific Fellows, Mr. Ho Thai Binh will contribute to the promotion of cooperation between the state of Western Australia and Ba Ria – Vung Tau province.
The Perth USAsia Centre located at The University of Western Australia is a non-partisan, not-for-profit institution strengthening relationships and strategic thinking between Australia, the Indo-Pacific and the USA. The Centre is a leading think tank focusing on geo-political issues, policy development and building a strategic affairs community across government, business and academia. Since the Centre’s inception we have collaborated with over 150 different partners, to host 675 events across 19 cities in 8 countries engaging a world-class community of over 20,000 attendees.
Learn more about Mr. Ho Thai Binh here.
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