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ISO Certification Announcement
Bangkok, Thailand, 20 October 2010.

Sunshine World Net is proud to announce it is now certified as ISO 9001:2008 compliant organizations. The certification is accredited by International Standards Certifications (ISC).

To become certified as ISO 9001:2008 compliant Sunshine World Net has undergone a one-year evaluation process that included quality management system development, a management system documentation review, pre-audit, initial assessment, and clearance of non-conformances, all of which work to identify corrective actions that elimination non-conformance to the quality management standard. After correction and closure of all non conformances, Sunshine World Net received its ISO 9001:2008 certificate of registration on October 20, 2010.

The certification of compliance with ISO 9001:2008 recognizes that the policies, practices and procedures of our firm ensure consistent quality in the services and work product we provide our clients. With this certification, our clients can be confident that Sunshine World Net is dedicated to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving our ultimate goal – guaranteed client satisfaction.


Thai FDA granted LLIN manufacturing license to Sunshine
Licence ref. # 173/2549


The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria awarded contract to Sunshine

Bangkok, Thailand: September 21, 2007:
The company was awarded the contract in relation to supply of 288,900 mosquito nets to Lao's People Democratic Republic as part of their effort to roll back malaria in Laos.

Malaria is the main public health problem in Laos and approximately two thirds of the population live in areas where they are at risk of the disease for most of the year. Official figures show that between 200,000-300,000 cases occur each year, although this is generally accepted to be a vast underestimate of the true numbers. To compound the problem, chloroquine resistance has reached levels of 30-40% and resistance to sulfadoxin/pyrimethamin is approaching 20% in some areas. (Source: The Global Fund to Fight Aids, TB and Malaria)

Malaria Control



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