SEAOHUN Regional Students Competition is back! We will communicate AMR with Image Art this year to celebrate World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW). Welcome to participate if you are undergraduate or freshly graduate students of SEAOHUN member countries. Grab the chance to be the winner of your country and get 200 USD prize money!
WHAT WE DO
SEAOHUN COUNTRY MEMBERS
SEAOHUN, established in late 2011, is a leading regional network of universities collaborating to strengthen One Health workforce capacity and build the next generation of One Health professionals with the right skillset and mindset to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats. This includes equipping health professionals with critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and systems approach to problem solving that considers all aspects of the human-animal-ecosystem interface.
In 2022, SEAOHUN comprised over 95 universities in 8 Southeast Asian countries – Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, and 6 universities in Taiwan as an associate member country.
SEAOHUN is a regional non-profit organization registered as a Foundation in Thailand. SEAOHUN is governed by its Executive Board comprising members from member countries and key partners. SEAOHUN Secretariat, based in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is a coordinating body of all the country university networks. The Secretariat manages subawards with the country networks, facilitates SEAOHUN Executive Board meetings and regional activities, strengthens One Health university networks in Southeast Asia through capacity building activities, and partners with national, international, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector to build the next generation of One Health leaders. In addition, the Secretariat represents interests of its country networks at regional and global meetings/conferences/forums.
OUR COUNTRY NETWORK PARTNERS
Working Together Towards One Health
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