Frequently Asked Questions
The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) is a regional intergovernmental organization established in 1965 among governments of Southeast Asian countries to promote regional cooperation in education, science, and culture in the region.
As an organization that has continued to nurture human capacities and explored the peoples’ fullest potential, the SEAMEO maintains its work and aspirations for development with peoples of the region to make lives better in quality and equity in education, preventive health education, culture and tradition, information and communication technology, languages, poverty alleviation and agriculture and natural resources.
SEAMEO Regional Center for History and Tradition (SEAMEO CHAT) is one of the 24 specialist Regional Centers of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization, located in Yangon, Myanmar. This organization is under Directorate of Higher Education, Ministry of Education of the Republic of The Union of Myanmar.
We are open to collaborating with any personal or institution in term of research and event about history, tradition, heritage, and culture.
Please send your official letter or proposal to our office at:
SEAMEO Regional Center for History and Tradition (SEAMEO CHAT)
Pyay Road, Institute of Medicine 1 Compound, Kamayut Township, Yangon, 11041, Myanmar
Phone: 95 1515180 Fax: 95 1515175
SEAMEO CHAT has several programs which inviting participant from any countries who are interested to deepen their knowledge and experience at history, tradition, heritage, and culture among Southeast Asian countries. Please find the complete information in the Program and Activities menu.
SEAMEO CHAT also conducts several courses as part of the capacity building program (English course, lecture, etc). Please find the complete information in the Training and Course menu.
No, SEAMEO CHAT does not focus on english course. We are focusing on programs related to history, tradition, heritage, and culture among Southeast Asian countries.
But we have a core principle related to the capacity building program, and one of it is through the CHAT Communication in English (CCE).