Human resources development through ASEAN cooperation in the field of education. KOMPAS.com – Forms of cooperation among ASEAN countries include social and cultural, political and security education. Political and security cooperation aims to achieve security, stability and peace in the ASEAN countries. The ASEAN Health Ministers` Meeting (AHMM) is a forum of ASEAN Ministers of Health that aims to improve ASEAN cooperation in the field of health. ASEAN itself was established for several purposes, one of which is to enhance cooperation and mutual support for common interests in the economic, social, technical, scientific and administrative fields. ASEAN social and cultural cooperation is provided by the CosD (Committee on Social Development). 8. The objective of education cooperation is to improve the quality of education in Southeast Asia and increase international competitiveness. Examples of cooperation in education among ASEAN countries include ASEAN development and welfare cooperation, focusing on social assistance programmes and equal rights or access to women, children, the elderly and persons with disabilities. Cooperation in the field of social and economic development is aimed at improving social justice and improving the standard of living of the people of ASEAN. The objective of social and cultural cooperation among ASEAN countries is to create harmony and mutual progress. International organizations such as ASEAN have been created with the aim of minimizing the problems resulting from interactions between countries in different fields.
ASEAN countries continue to cooperate bilaterally and multilaterally in the field of education. Through political cooperation, the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) was established to discuss current issues of interest to ASEAN. Examples of cooperation in the socio-cultural field of ASEAN member countries are the activities in the field of ASEAN health cooperation, divided into three main elements: food security, promotion of a healthy lifestyle and prevention of infectious diseases (communicable diseases). Originally, only five countries were members, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines. ASEAN represents the Association of South Asian Nations. Also known as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Read also: Form of ASEAN Economic Cooperation Referring to the Ministry of Education, interaction and cooperation among ASEAN countries develops with the emergence of different needs of each member country. The ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Social Welfare and Development (AMMSWD) was established in 1979. The AMMSWD is an ASEAN ministerial meeting to work together to address social issues. 6. Health Improvement Program (Food and Medicine). Strengthening cooperation in the field of education aims to improve the quality of human resources so that they are competitive at both regional and global levels.
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