Indohun 2018

INDOHUN

Indonesia One Health University Network

The Indonesia One Health University Network (also known as INDOHUN) was established in January 2012, as a platform where leading academics, stakeholders, scientists, communities and professionals in Indonesia could transcend provincial and national borders to work together in achieving the best health for everyone. We focus on fostering One Health collaboration in Indonesia. We recognize that the health of people is intrinsically connected to the health of animals and the environment. To face future global health challenges, we must understand that humans, animals and the environment are interconnected. We must work across sectors, join efforts and establish multi-disciplinary collaborations among physicians, veterinarians, ecologists and other professionals. That is, in essence, what we call the One Health approach.

LESS ME MORE WE

We believe that we can accomplish more amazing things by doing the work in collaboration. By building our collaboration capacity, we will achieve a future where global health challenges can be solved together. Less me, more we defines the values of teamwork that apply in INDOHUN. It’s a straightforward, aspirational call to action that inspires how we interact with everyone.

INDOHUN faculties and university members around the country

INDOHUN has 34 faculties, from 20 university members, five One Health collaborating centers and 12 laboratory network members to engage academics, stakeholders, scientists, communities and professionals to work together in addressing regional and global health issues.

Indohun 2018

  • Syiah Kuala University (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • University of North Sumatra (Faculty of Public Health)

  • Andalas University (Faculty of Medicine)

  • Sriwijaya University (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Public Health)

  • University of Indonesia* (Faculty of Public Health*, Faculty of Medicine, and Faculty of Nursing)

  • Muhammadiyah Hamka University (Faculty of Health Sciences)

  • Bogor Agriculture University* (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Padjajaran University (Faculty of Medicine)

  • Diponegoro University (Faculty of Public Health)

  • Gadjah mada University* (Faculty of Medicine* and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine*)

  • Airlagga University (Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Public Health, and Faculty of  Veterinary Medicine)

  • Brawijaya University (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Mulawarman (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Public Health)

  • Udayana University (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Mataram University (Faculty of Medicine)

  • University of West Nusa Tenggara (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Nusa Cendana University (Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Public Health, and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Hasanuddin University (Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Public Health, and Department of Veterinary Medicine)

  • Sam Ratulangi University (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Public Health)

  • Cendrawasih University (Faculty of Public Health)

* Founding Universities and Faculties

INDOHUN UPDATES

EMPOWERING THE ONE HEALTH WORKFORCE IN INDONESIA

Building Collaboration, Communication, & Active Coordination with the Indonesian Government & Local Universities

ESTABLISHING ONE HEALTH COORDINATING CENTERS & STUDENT CLUBS FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY IMPACT

The Indonesia One Health University Network (INDOHUN) collaborated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Indonesia (CDC) to incorporate the One Health curriculum into intermediate and advanced programs within the Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) at five universities in Indonesia.


In addition, INDOHUN helped establish and develop One Health Student Clubs (OHSC) within four One Health Collaborating Center (OHCCs). As a result, each OHCC now has their own OHSC. Through these OHCCs, INDOHUN is able to implement more activities at the local community level. Working together, INDOHUN and the OHCCs can reach more people, especially students, so they have a quality understanding of One Health and its application. 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic did not dampen the enthusiasm of the academic community. Instead, Network members continued gaining knowledge and skills through several virtual seminar programs.

 

Presently, the OHCCs and OHSCs have successfully held various webinar series, reaching 4,170 people (students and public participants). In addition, 659 people participated in community outreach activities and 134 people joined in educational improvement activities held by all the OHCCs under the INDOHUN coordination network.

 

TRAINING INDONESIA’S WORKFORCE IN ONE HEALTH & PANDEMIC RESPONSE 


Upon request from the Indonesian Government, namely BBPK Ciloto, INDOHUN offered technical consultation to prepare a webinar focusing on the application of One Health in epidemiology.


INDOHUN also supported internships at several government institutions, successfully supported the government, and made contributions to COVID-19 response efforts, particularly in the fields of public communication, media involvement, PPE procurement, and medical coordination.

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