Students Engagement Program

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Call for Applications:
SEAOHUN 2022 Regional Students Competition

SEAOHUN have been conducting an innovative program aiming to engage students from SEAOHUN member countries to practice their risk communication in addressing problems related to One Health to the non-scientific community. Since 2020, SEAOHUN hosted online Regional Students Competition such as poster and video competitions for undergraduate students studying in SEAOHUN countries network member universities. Our regional students competition aims to upgrade students’ creativity skills and technical skills to communicate with the public regarding One Health Issues while strengthening the networking and teamwork among the regional students.

This year, SEAOHUN is conducting online Art Competition for the regional students with the theme of “Antimicrobial Resistance” aligned with World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) on 18 – 24 November 2022. This year competition is supported by the USAID One Health Workforce – Next Generation (OHW-NG) project, Zoetis and Pfizer. There will be 2 winning teams per country for 2 image art categories (Non digital and Digital). Each winning team will be provided a prize of 200 USD.

Requirements for participation:

  • A team of 2 student members plus 1 university faculty member as a mentor. Teams coming from 2 disciplines will receive higher scores.

  • The team members can be undergraduate or freshly graduate students (no more than 3 months) at the time of competition. 

  • Team members and faculty mentor must be the citizens from SEAOHUN member countries: Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.


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Application Deadline until:
23 Oct 2022
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About Students Engagement Program

SEAOHUN Students Engagement Program encourages students across its member Universities to practice applying One Health concept and approach in addressing One Health issues. SEAOHUN organizes regional students’ activities where students across disciplines and countries can interact and develop technical and soft skills, including infectious diseases, zoonoses, antimicrobial resistance, communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking, all of which are essential to solving complex health challenges. These activities include producing posters, videos, and arts to raise awareness of One Health in their communities.


Program Objective

The Student Engagement Program aims to foster the young professionals from multidisciplinary background to learn and apply the One Health concept to stimulate the good practices in the communities.

Our History of Successful
Regional Students Competitions


In 2020, there was poster and video competition of “Covid-19 Digital Awareness Challenge” aimed at engaging Southeast Asian students in educating their communities about COVID-19 and promoting risk-reducing behavior through digital platforms. The activity was supported by the USAID One Health Workforce Next Generation (OHW-NG) project. Over 200 students across six Southeast Asian countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam) submitted 110 posters, flyers, and videos to raise awareness of their communities on COVID-19. From there, 4 winners; 2 for videos and 2 for posters were identified who created the best original, creative and informative products.


“I'm so very happy to join the SEAOHUN in the video competition, that was a new experience for me to create the video for raising awareness for people to understand the Risk of Zoonotic Disease… my team members [and I] learned a lot from making the video, especially about teamwork… we always motivate each other and keep working together during the pandemic. Finally, I thank you for creating this program that is an opportunity for youth to learn from each other and we contribute to helping our society or community.” -

A student who joined the SEAOHUN 2021 Regional Students’ Competition



For the second year, “SEAOHUN 2021 Regional Students’ Competition: Risk of Zoonotic Diseases” was held with the aim to foster the young professionals from multidisciplinary background to learn and apply the One Health concept to stimulate the good practices in the communities. This competition was funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Chevron as a co-sponsor. This competition acted as an opportunity for the students of SEAOHUN member countries to utilize their creative skills (soft skill) and technical knowledge (hard skill) to communicate to the public about the risk of Zoonotic diseases. Over 200 students joined with 52 submissions received from seven SEAOHUN member countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam). The competition ended up with achieving one award per country and recognized six runners up, yielding so many interesting and well-made entries with a very successful public selection.

Our Students Stories