Education and Capacity Building in One Health: Lessons from the Field The Lancet One Health Commission welcomes you to the next webinar in the One Health - Reconnecting for Our Future series. Join the discussion as panelists representing educational institutions and university networks reflect and share their ideas for the future of One Health. Time and place: Oct. 8, 2020 2:00 PM–3:30 PM, Zoom (webinar) Register: https://nettskjema.no/a/163081#/page/1 Topic COVID-19 has stre
At the crossroads between South and Southeast Asia paired with its developing status as a nation, Myanmar is a hotspot for zoonotic disease emergence. Multiple avian influenza outbreaks since 2009 have underscored this concern, which has prompted the creation of a national One Health program involving members from the Ministry of Health and Sports (MOHS) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Irrigation (MOALI).
PREDICT created the first major One Health surveillan
The spillover of infectious agents from animals to humans in recent decades has had a significant impact on the health of humans, animals, and our environment. To minimize the impact of future pandemic threats, the Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN) was established in 2011 to develop the next generation of skillful and competent One Health (OH) workforce with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development and its One Health Workforce Next Gener
Opportunity to join MyOHUN One Health Webinar series. COME AND JOIN US NOW in ONE HEALTH: ZOONOTIC DISEASES WEBINAR Date : September 19, 2020 (Saturday)
Time : 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (GMT +8; Malaysian time)
Live via Zoom and Facebook page. The link will be provided via your email after registration.
We look forward to your participation in this webinar.
Any inquiry about the even
Rabies is endemic in both humans and animals in the Asia Pacific Region (AP Region), with dog-mediated rabies being the predominant source of disease. However, it is often under-reported and is therefore considered to be a neglected disease. Over 95% of human rabies cases are associated with dog bites. Rabies control and subsequent elimination necessitates a multi-sectoral collaboration, using a One Health approach. Although rabies is a 100% preventable disease, it continues
The Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN). We are a consortium of 87 universities in 8 countries Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and the Philippines collaborating to improve One Health workforce capacity with cross-sectoral competencies to effectively prevent, detect and respond to infectious disease threats. The Secretariat Office of SEAOHUN Foundation based in Chiang Mai University, Thailand. We are currently seeking qual
On 15, 17 & 18 September 2020, Malaysia One Health University Network or MyOHUN will organize online webinars on the topic related to 'Society Awareness on Recycling of COVID-19 PPE Waste Toward Environmental Sustainable Green Technology'.
Attached to this email is the Program as well as the poster for the Webinar sessions.
Participants who wish to join in the Webinars will need to scan the QR Code in the poster, or can use the link given in the poster. On 15 Septem
PhilOHUN Webinar Series: Ensuring quality of Public Health communication, diagnostics, and infection prevention and control on humans and animals in response to COVID-19. The Philippine One Health University Network (PhilOHUN) is a member of the Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN) composed of local universities unified with the aim of creating a secure future with minimal threat from preventable diseases. To fulfill this advocacy, we are launching our most
This year One Health Day celebrations are especially poignant. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, One Health is being recognized and embraced as needed now more that ever. On the zoonotic diseases front the public is beginning to understand that we are now living what the global One Health Community has been teaching and warning about for over 15 years. It is more urgent now than ever to make One Health thinking and acting the default way of doing business at all levels of