Partnership and Projects


FK Asia Health Research Network

In 2006 in cooperation with the Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Tromsø, Norway, the Norwegian Embassy in Beijing and the FK Norway ( - Sekwa took the lead to facilitate the development of the FK Asia Health Research Network - a cooperation for professional and academic exchange with research and service entities in 5 Asian countries, including Mongolia, China, Thailand, Bangladesh, Nepal.

IDF Partnership

In 2014 a partnership was established with the International Diabetes Federation (  The IDF is an Umbrella organization of over 230 national diabetes associations in 170 countries and territories. It represents the interests of the growing number of people with diabetes and those at risk.  The project “The Diabetic Retinopathy project for the Western Pacific Declaration on Diabetes (WPDD)  was formally approved in the IDF-WP Regional Meeting in November 2014 as part of the current Western Pacific Diabetes Declaration Action Plan 2012-2015. The Action Plan aims to improve the lives of those living with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) in the Western Pacific through targeted advocacy and education across all levels of society as part of the Joint WHO/IDF/Pacific Community Declaration launched in Kuala Lumpur in June of 2000.

BDCI Partnership

Better Diabetes Care International (BDCI) is an institutional partnership program for enhancing the quality and efficiency of diabetes care clinical practice at both institutional and individual professionals' levels. It is establishied based on the understanding that quality and efficiency of clinical diabetes care at institutional level may significantly be impoved by partnership building with other medical institutions with different resources.

MedLink Development Partnership

MedLink platform has as its main aim to facilitate the continuing improvement of the quality of medical services through development of intuitive networks through a universally accessible cloud based health management service system. 

The MedLink Service Concept has been developed  to make it widely accessible to individual users and smaller health services entities providing a basic Patient Information Management Platform (PIMP) that is open for individual and institutional healthcare providers. The system gives possibility to develop multiple ‘add on’ for specific specialized needs that can subsequently be made available to the greater user network.