SCORP Campaign: Equality for Sustainability – IFMSA-Thailand

Name of the activity: SCORP Campaign: Equality for Sustainability

Country/NMO: IFMSA-Thailand

Program: Environment and Health

Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator

Type of the activity: First-time Activity

Category: Campaign

Focus area: Climate Change, Health Sustainability and Green Hospitals

Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 5 (Gender Equality), SDG 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), SDG 13 (Climate Action), SDG 17 (Partnerships)

Problem statement:

Our global environment is changing due to the impact of human behavior, putting human health at risk. Understanding and acting upon these challenges are essential to safeguard our health. Statistically, women are more vulnerable to the impacts of global health, but they are also effective change-makers. Having women in a sustainable policy-making team is essential. IFMSA-Thailand would like to advance gender equality alongside planetary challenges, under the “Equality for Sustainability” theme.

Target groups:

  • General population
  • Medical students
  • Healthcare Students
  • Other Students


  • General population


1) To raise an awareness on planetary health among medical students

2) To make medical students understand the relationships between planetary health and gender equality

Indicators of Success:

1) At the end of the campaign, 80% of participants will understand the impacts of planetary health and be able to raise an awareness among others.

2) At the end of the campaign, 80% of participants will understand the relationship between planetary health and gender equality and understand why a sustainable future is beyond our reach without gender equality.


1) Online campaign: Infographics on planetary health and gender equality are posted on SCORP-Thailand’s official accounts every Friday starting from 28 January to 4 March 2022. The posts are aimed to inform facts and statistics on these challenges, making medical students understand more about them. We also plan to gain social media traction for promoting the next part of the campaign. All posts are hashtagged #EqualityTodayForASustainableTomorrow and #EqualityForSustainability, which are the UN’s IWD Theme and our campaign name.

2) Online webinar: The webinar will be held after IWD2022, in a form of panel discussion. We invite speakers from different organizations, including UN Women Asia, IFMSA, IFMSA-Thailand, and Thai youth representatives. The event will be conducted in English via Zoom. The main target audience is medical students, from both IFMSA-Thailand and other NMOs.

Plans for evaluation:

For both indicators, the evaluation will be based on self-evaluation of the audiences via google forms, along with SAQs to test their understanding

External collaborations:

UN Women Asia (NGO) – invited as speakers

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