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One Health SEA News

The 2016's One Health Day

On November the 3rd 2016, individuals and groups from around the world, from academic to corporate and non-profit, students to established professionals, will have the opportunity to implement One Health projects and special events under the auspices of "One Health Day". Projects will highlight the benefits of a One Health transdisciplinary approach towards solving today's critical global-planetary health challenges.

European OneHealth EcoHealth workshop

The European OnHealth EcoHealth workshop will be held in Brussel, Belgium the 6th and 7th of October 2016. Some ComAcross representatives will participate to the conferences and notably present ComAcross experience during a plenary session, named Experiences on OneHealth practice and integration challenges, the first day from 16.30 to 18.30.

For more information about the workshop: http://biodiversity.be/health/58 

Communication video about ‘The Tam Dao Days’ now available online (with English subtitles)

Each year since 2007, the "Tam Đảo School in Social Sciences” (JTD) has been offering training in analytical methodologies of the social sciences  – geography, economics, statistics, socio-anthropology, history, etc. – to nearly 100 participants from Southeast Asia (students, university lecturers, researchers, civil servants, development practitioners).

 

The training takes place both at the Việt Nam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS in Hà Nội) and in residence at the Tam Đảo hill station close to the capital, or in another university in Central or South Việt Nam.

4th One Health Course- Paris, April 2016

Emerging infectious diseases are due to microorganisms residing in animal reservoirs and having epidemic or epizootic potential when transmitted to humans or livestock. Transmission occurs either directly or through arthropod vectors. Emergence of new pathogens is linked to ecological and environmental conditions depending on the impact of human activities on ecosystems (intensive agriculture, urbanization, deforestation, global trade, travels, climate change).

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Institut Pasteur Cambodia
Wildlife Conservation Society
Institut Pasteur Cambodia
NAHL
LOMWRU

LACANET Partners

Institut Pasteur Cambodia
Wildlife Conservation Society
LOMWRU
NAHL
National Veterinary Research Institute (NaVRI)