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PSI South East Asia defines strategies to implement Programme of Action 2018-2022

17 April 2018
Affiliates from member countries Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand committed to support the subregional and regional priorities and action plan.

PSI's South East Asia Sub Regional Advisory Council (SEASRAC) held its 20th SEA Women Committee, SEA Youth Committee and SEASRAC meeting on Apr. 8-10, 2018 at Eden Hotel Kuta, Bali, Indonesia. The 20th SEASRAC was the first subregional meeting of PSI AP Regional Secretary Ms. Kate Lappin.

A mapping of priorities and growth based on the PSI Program of Action 2018-2022 were identified and strategies were developed for their effective implementation.
 
Affiliates from member countries Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand committed to support the subregional and regional priorities and action plan, as the SEASRAC recommendations and priorities will be submitted to the PSI - Asia Pacific Regional Executive Committee (APREC) which will meet on June 27-29, 2018 in Kathmandu, Nepal, for its consideration and approval.
 
A total of 21 participants (19 female & 2 male) attended the SEA-WOC while 48 participants (20 female & 28 male, 3 of them representing young workers) attended the SEASRAC.

PSI-SEA Sub Regional Secretary Mr. Ian L. Mariano presided over the SEASRAC 2018 proceedings  co-chaired by AUPE General Secretary Mr. Yeo Chun Fin (Singapore) and Ms. Sarojini Devi Jagarou (AUTNBE-Malaysia).

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