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SEACO in Sinar Harian & Utusan Malaysia

Elderly Singletons in Segamat, one of SEACO’s projects aiming in identifying unmet health and social needs for individuals over 60 were featured in Sinar Harian newspaper, dated 6thAugust 2014 and Utusan Malaysia (8th August 2014). Below are the excerpts of the news Utusan Malaysia : “Senior citizens population in Bekok rises” Sinar Harian : “Only senior citizen are left in Bekok due to youth migration” SEACO in Utusan Malaysia SEACO in Sinar Harian
12 August 2014

Minister of Health visited SEACO Booth

YB. Datuk Seri Dr. S.Subramaniam, Segamat MP and Minister of Health visited SEACO booth at the event of “Karnival Komuniti Sihat & Sehari Bersama Jururawat Daerah Segamat 2014”. This event was hosted by ...
20 May 2014

The Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Monash University Malaysia would like to invite you to the seventh in a series of seminars co-hosted by the South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO).

Title     :  MENTAL HYGIENE : How healthy is our mind?

Speaker :    Paul K. Jambunathan

Time      :    5.30pm – 7.30pm 

Date       :   18 June 2014 (Wednesday)

Venue  :   Monash SEACO Office, 6th Floor, Wisma Centrepoint, Suite 601-606, 146 Jalan Sia Her Yam, Segamat Johor

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We are currently looking for more Data Collectors for the Mukim of Bekok, Chaah, Gemereh, Sg Segamat and Jabi.

SEACO is a Malaysian-based research platform established by an international partnership of research universities for multidisciplinary, community based research.

We are designed to support world class research in the clinical and biomedical science, environmental science, social science, and education.

We work in partnership with the community of Segamat in Johor, Malaysia. SEACO is a platform for research, but the research should be relevant to the community.