The goal of the Research Center of International Tropical Medicine is to dedicate to improving public health in developing countries affected by Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). NTDs consists of 21 main communicable diseases which are endemic in 149 tropical and subtropical countries and affecting more than one billion people annually in the world. NTDs mainly affect populations living in poverty, without adequate sanitation and in close contact with infectious vectors and domestic animals and livestock, costing the developing economies billions of dollars per year. The prevention, control, elimination and eradication of NTDs are also announced by WHO as the global targets and strategies for the next decade. Implementation of appropriate measures with high coverage will lead to achieving the WHO NTDs Roadmap targets resulting in the elimination of many diseases. Our seven main targets are investigating tropical diseases prevalence, medical assistance among diplomatic allies and countries, supporting interdisciplinary basic and clinical discipline programs, integrating NTDs and clinical medicine, promoting public health practices and education, establishing the multilateral collaborations in tropical diseases research between Taiwan and global community as well as implementing the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.3 which is to end the epidemics of malaria, neglected tropical diseases and other communicable diseases by 2030 and the SDG 17 which is the universal partnerships for the goals.