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One Health University Network in Southeast Asia

One Health University Network in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia One Health University Network or SEAOHUN was founded in 2011 with support from the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) and One Health Workforce (OHW). WHO WE ARE? - A consortium in the regional level to build the One Health workforce to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats. - Facilitate South-to-South technical exchanges and regional activities in Southeast Asia. - Leading the implementation of One Health activities and foster the establishment of One Health university network. - Partner with governments, international organizations, international non-governmental organizations, and universities to build the capacity of One Health workforce through SEAOHUN Fellowship and Scholarship Programs. - Represent all the country networks in global and regional meetings. SEAOHUN comprised of 67 universities and 138 faculties and four founding countries in Southeast Asia, those are Indonesia (INDOHUN), Malaysia (MyOHUN), Thailand (THOHUN), and Vietnam (VOHUN). Soon there will be a further collaboration with Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Myanmar. Key activities that each OHUNs do are; - Work with the government on national workforce planning or policy level. - Work with government to strengthen in-service health professionals. - Work with universities to build the capacity of faculty members for the long-term sustainability of training new graduates. - Work with students to build the next generation of leaders and also have them engage the community to improve health.
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