Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization

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The Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organization[1] (SEAMEO) is an intergovernmental organization of the eleven Southeast Asian countries, which was formed on 30 November 1965 by Lao PDR, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and the then Republic of South Vietnam.[2] SEAMEO aims to promote regional cooperation in the fields of education, science and culture.

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SEAMEO organised the SEAMEO Mathematics Olympiad, a regional competition for young mathematicians.[3]

Joint programs[edit]

In 2014 SEAMEO announced a joint program with the German Government called "Fit For School", the first phase running over 3 years will concentrate on basic hygiene of pre--school and primary school children, improving sanitation facilities and bringing hand-washing and teeth brushing into school.[4]

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