The Mekong-U.S. Partnership, launched in 2020, is an expansion of the Lower Mekong Initiative and advances its goal to create integrated sub-regional cooperation among Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Viet Nam, with support from the United States.

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Upcoming Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) Webinars

Michigan State University is organizing three upcoming MOHIP webinars on Biodiversity and One Health, The Importance of the One Health Approach for Understanding Infectious Diseases: An Example of a Neglected Tropical Disease, and Land Use, Climate Change, and Human Health: A One Health Approach. Please register using the QR in the flyer here.

Mekong-U.S. Partnership at Work: October-December 2023

To view the infographic, click here. The #MekongUSPartnership (MUSP) did a lot last fall!  The Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) hosted two webinars on health security issues and funded three research projects – one each in Lao PDR, Thailand, and Vietnam – on health concerns for humans from animal and environmental exposures.  WE Inspire…
April 27 – May 9, 2024

U.S. Study Tour on Rail Research, Development, and Technology

April 30, 2024

Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) Webinar on The Importance of the One Health Approach for Understanding Infectious Diseases: An Example of a Neglected Tropical Disease

Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) will be hosting their thirteenth webinar on The Importance of the One Health Approach for Understanding Infectious Diseases: An Example of a Neglected Tropical Disease. The webinar will be held virtually on April 30 at 8:00am EST; April 30 at 8:00pm ICT. Please register using the QR code in…
May 13–15, 2024

Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) One Health Regional Symposium

This symposium will be the culmination of MOHIP’s implementation, where researchers from the sponsored projects will share their findings with other stakeholders enabling Mekong country health experts, practitioners, and government officers to make informed decisions to streamline the One Health approach for strengthening and sustaining their health systems.
June 5, 2024

Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) Webinar on Land Use, Climate Change, and Human Health: A One Health Approach

Mekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) will be hosting their fourteenth webinar on Land Use, Climate Change, and Human Health: A One Health Approach. The webinar will be held virtually on June 5 at 8:00am EST; June 5 at 8:00pm ICT. Please register using the QR code in the flyer here. Event Documents MOHIP-Webinar-12-14-Flyer-3Download

Our Mission

The Mekong-U.S. Partnership seeks to encourage equitable, sustainable, and inclusive growth in the Lower Mekong Region.

MUSP seeks to meet regional development challenges by implementing capacity building projects and programs with active involvement and close cooperation of the governments in the Mekong region. Our goal is to deliver equitable, sustainable, and inclusive economic growth among the five MUSP partner countries by promoting connectivity and collaboratively addressing regional trans-boundary development and policy challenges.


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We encourage you to join us on social media for updates, dialogue, and information about the work we do – comment with the #MekongUSPartnership hashtag.

Deputy Assistant Secretary Dawson enjoyed speaking at the Chicago Regional Summit of U.S.-Japan Related Organizations (CULCON) to highlight the importance of 🇺🇸🇯🇵 educational cooperation & opportunities for the next generation. Thanks @J_USFC @DePaulU and @JAS_Chicago for

Deputy Assistant Secretary Dawson and Diplomat in Residence Susan Falatko met with students @DePaulU to encourage them to consider internships and career opportunities at the State Department.

Deputy Assistant Secretary Dawson met with youth diplomats of @WorldChicago, future intercultural peacebuilders. She also discussed values of citizen diplomacy with its board and partners who support programs that have brought visitors from over 70 countries to Chicago.

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We remain focused on promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific.

In today's @G7 meeting, we discussed the need for peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, the South China Sea, and the Korean Peninsula, and our efforts to strengthen and reimagine relationships in the region.

Environmental sustainability protects our ecosystems & natural resources which we all depend on for survival & healthy lives. The @StateDept funded SSIP @crdfglobal brings together clean energy professionals to develop sustainable infrastructure for the long-term. #EarthDay2024

Deputy Assistant Secretary Dawson met with @ChicagoCouncil board members and discussed progress made advancing the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy.  We welcomed the Council’s ideas and insights on U.S. foreign policy in the region.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Dan Kritenbrink, NSC Senior Director Sarah Beran & I met with Vice FM Ma Zhaoxu for an in-depth discussion of the many challenges and opportunities in the U.S.-China relationship. https://www.state.gov/assistant-secretary-kritenbrinks-meetings-in-beijing-the-peoples-republic-of-china-prc/

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