The One Health Network-South Asia was created to enhance capacity in epidemiology and biosecurity in the South Asia region. This network is an overarching nexus connecting country-based One Health Hubs, collaborative epidemiological projects, and other collaboration groups across South Asia. It is underpinned by Hubnet, providing a resource in which members can share information, expertise and resources, both internally and with regional and international organizations.
Collaborative, one health, epidemiological projects are underway in seven countries within the One Health Network-South Asia. These projects are focused on the national disease priorities, critical needs and key constraints identified after consultation with each country.
The Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare hosted the Awards Ceremony on 1st June, 2017 celebrating successful completion of the two-year One Health Epidemiology Fellowship Program.
The World Bank Group is launching a free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on “Financing for Development: Unlocking Investment Opportunities” on March 1, 2017. To register visit https://www.edx.org/course/financing-development-unlocking-wbgx-f4d01x
This 8-week-long Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) is offered by St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies. The course is open to persons interested in the knowledge and application of medicine, veterinary medicine and public health. Now in its fourth edition, the MOOC attracts an average of 800 learners and offers educational and professional certification credits for participants.
The 2nd International Conference on One Medicine One Science (iCOMOS) was held on the St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota from April 24-27, 2016. Two Fellows from the One Health Epidemiology Fellowship Program, Dr Swagat Nepal (MVM) from Nepal and Dr Muhammad Asaduzzaman (MPH) from Bangladesh, were awarded travel grants by the meeting sponsors enabling them both to attend and present posters at the conference. Dr Eric Neumann, part of the Fellowship training team at Massey University also attended the meeting.
Massey University is implementing a new One Health capacity building program entitled Integrating Education and Action for One Health.
The Program is being offered in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal from April 2014 to March 2017, funded by the European Commission under the One Health Programme in Asia (EuropeAid/133708/C/ACT/Multi).
A new One Health program is helping improve detection and management of diseases spread from wildlife and animals to humans in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.
The three-year program Integrating Education and Action for One Health, to complete in 2017, is funded by the European Union and implemented by Massey University of New Zealand.
The webinar on rabies prevention is scheduled for Tuesday 30th of June, at 9:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST).
A webinar has been organized under the framework of LinkTADs, an EC-funded project that aims at linking Epidemiology and Laboratory Research on Transboundary Animal Diseases and Zoonoses in EU and China, to improve knowledge on rabies prevention and control.
A One Health Technical Seminar will be held at the Medical College Auditorium, Civil Hospital, Gandhinagar, India on 18 January 2015 (Download Brochure).
The Seminar is jointly organised by the Gujarat Veterinary Association, Gujarat State Department of Animal Husbandry & the Gujarat Veterinary Council.
The One Health Epidemiology Fellowship is nearly under way in the four participating countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. Twenty four Fellows have been selected (6 per country) with 9 representing the human health sector, 9 representing the domestic animal health sector and 6 representing the wildlife health sector. The Fellows have been admitted to Massey University and we are finalising arrangements with the Host Organisations who will work in partnership with Massey to facilitate the Fellowship program in each country.