Greater Mekong Subregion Academic and Research Network (GMSARN)
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Founded 26 Jan 2001.
Enhance role and function of regional academies in project evaluation and development planning in order to achieve self-reliance and sustainable development in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS); foster multi-disciplinary research and academic development within and among academic and research institutions in the GMS through relevant joint activities; formulate and resolve, scientifically and objectively, complex problems covering both cross-border issues and issues that are common to GMS countries; take stock of intellectual assets developed for the GMS so as to ensure transparently accessible reference and utilization among the GMS countries.
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Board, comprising Chairman and 11 members who are Presidents, Rectors or Directors of member institutions. Council of Advisors, consisting of Chairman of the Council and 8 members. Secretariat, located in Pathum Thani (Thailand).
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