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Ashoka Thailand


Ashoka is the largest global network of social entrepreneurs with 3,000 fellows in over 70 countries. Since 1989, Ashoka Thailand has served as one of the leading players in the development of the local social enterprise sector. GSSE personnel has collaborated with Ashoka in a curriculum and workshop development capacity on multiple engagements.

Lien Centre for Social Innovation


The Lien Centre for Social Innovation, a partnership between the Lien Foundation and Singapore Management University (SMU), was established in 2006 to advance the thinking and capability of the social sector. GSSE is working with the Lien Centre to develop an exchange program between the two institutions that will allow students to learn about unique case studies of social entrepreneurship between Thailand and Singapore.

Partners Asia


CBO Monitoring Project (Research Training)

Thai Social Enterprise Office (TSEO)


The Thai Social Enterprise Office (TSEO) was established in 2010 under the Thai Health Promotion Foundation Act, as the executive authority to deliver the Social Enterprises Master Plan (2010-14). TSEO' s priority is to stimulate cooperation among social enterprises and develop their networks in Thailand. TSEO has been a supporter of GSSE/G-Lab' s initiatives since its inception.

University of California


Global Health: Mobility & Border Health Summer Program

For more information about the summer program, please see UC Summer Program.

University of Community Health


UOCH is a university in Myanmar and is heavily involved with the School's Thai-Myanmar boarder health researches, which are:

  • Investing in the Future: Capacity Development for Burmese Refugee Health Workers
  • Project Building the skills and capacities of Burmese refugee health workers in Thailand.

Interested in partnership?

We firmly believe in mutual benefit in all partnerships. We seek partnership in places where we feel we can truly add significant value. As an institution, we have the skills to:

  • - give workshops/trainings on human-centered design and social innovation
  • - provide guidance on educational curriculum development
  • - facilitate connections with Thailand’s social enterprise ecosystem through partnerships with multiple institutions (e.g., TSEO, TYPN, Change Fusion)
  • - provide consultation/coaching to young social entrepreneurs
  • - serve as a host institution for foreign students looking to learn about social innovation, social entrepreneurship and global health

As a growing educational institution, we seek partnerships primarily in the areas of:

  • - exchange program partnerships for undergraduate students interested in Social Innovation/Entrepreneurship
  • - information/knowledge exchange on best practices regarding educational program management
  • - opportunities to collaborate with research/consulting projects
  • - opportunities to have guest speakers/lecturers
  • - opportunities to develop case study materials