Yunus Center AIT


 “Genki Campus – Innovation to nudge wellness and  sustainability among students and staff”

Workshop conducted by Yunus Center AIT

24 August 2023 at AITCC room -B108

The Genki Campus Portable Health Clinic is an innovative initiative designed to promote sustainable well-being within the campus. This mobile health clinic aims to provide accessible and comprehensive healthcare services to students and staff in various locations, contributing to the overall health and well-being of individuals while minimizing the environmental impact.

It serves as a model for sustainable healthcare delivery, fostering a healthier society while minimizing its environmental footprint. By addressing the social, economic, and environmental aspects of health, this initiative contributes to the overall well-being and resilience of the campus it serves.

Key features and principles of the Genki Campus Portable Health Clinic related to sustainable well-being include:


The clinic’s mobility allows it to reach remote or underserved areas, ensuring that even those with limited access to healthcare facilities can receive medical attention and support. By bringing healthcare services closer to people’s homes, the clinic encourages regular check-ups and preventive care, which can lead to a healthier campus in the long run.

Promotion of Preventive Healthcare:

The focus of the Genki Campus Portable Health Clinic is not only on treating illnesses but also on preventive measures. It offers health education and awareness programs that empower individuals to take charge of their health through lifestyle changes, nutrition, and exercise. By emphasizing preventive care, the clinic aims to reduce the burden of chronic illnesses and healthcare costs in the long term.

Integrated Services:

The clinic provides a holistic approach to health and well-being. It offers a wide range of services, including general medical check-ups, vaccinations, mental health counseling, nutritional advice, and health screenings. By integrating various services in one portable facility, the clinic ensures that individuals can access comprehensive care in a convenient manner.

Community Engagement:

The Genki Campus Portable Health Clinic actively involves the campus residents in its operations. It collaborates with healthcare professionals, faculties, staff, and students to understand the specific needs and challenges of the community. By engaging with the community, the clinic can tailor its services to address unique health concerns effectively.

Data-Driven Solutions:

The clinic utilizes data analytics and technology to monitor health trends and identify potential health risks within the community. By understanding prevalent health issues, the clinic can allocate resources more efficiently and implement targeted interventions to improve overall well-being.

Adaptability and Scalability:

The portable nature of the clinic allows it to adapt to changing needs and circumstances. It can be easily relocated to areas experiencing emergencies or outbreaks, providing timely medical assistance where it’s most needed. Additionally, the scalable design of the clinic enables replication in other regions, expanding its positive impact on sustainable well-being.



Day 2: 24 August 2023

9:00 – 9:10

Opening Session “Introducing Genki-Campus” – Dr. Faiz Shah, Executive Director, Yunus Center AIT

9:10 – 9:30

“Inside Out: Unveiling the Secrets of Your Blood” – Dr. Tanawan S Carraway, Senior Program Specialist, Yunus Center AIT


9:30 – 9:50

“Waste To Quest: Safeguarding the environment goes hand in hand with providing sustainable” – Suparavee Suksue, Business Development Manager, Roche Diagnostics (Thailand) and Brian Carraway, Circular Economy Lead, Yunus Thailand Foundation

9:50 – 10:05

Break Time


10:05 – 10:25

“Empower Your Health: Take Control with HPV DNA Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening” – Panaddar Phutthakham and Thipsuda Krueyot, Prompt Health Center, AMS, Chiang Mai University

10:25 – 10:45

“Economic Initiative Sustainability for HIV/AIDS and STIs Testing and Care” – Jonathan Brenes, Research and Innovation Lead, Yunus Thailand Foundation



10:45 – 11:55

Break Time


Free HPV DNA Checkup


Pre-registration for blood checkup for Genki-campus