Building EcoHealth Capacity in the South East Asia Region               through Resource Centres in                  Thail...
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Ecosystem approaches to the better management of       zoonotic emerging infectious diseases           in the Southeast As...
Background of EHRC Establishment                EcoHealth-OneHealth Resource                 center at Chiang Mai Universi...
Background of EHRC Establishment                           a first EHRC writeshop,             held on October 11-12, 2010...
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EHRC- CMU: Structure of the organization                EcoHealth-One Health Resource Centre                          Chia...
EHRC- CMU: MissionThe EcoHealth Resource Centre at CMU uses atransdisciplinary, EcoHealth-OneHealth approach to bringtoget...
EHRC- CMU: Activities• Capacity building/ Training/ Course                                        9
EHRC- CMU: Activities• Research                                     10
ww               EHRC- CMU: Activities• Communication  http://ehrc.vet.cmu.ac.th                                       11
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EHRC- UGM: Structure of the organization                                                                                  ...
EHRC- UGM: Mission• VisionEcoHealth Resource Center at UGM perform an integrative health (EcoHealthand One Health) in main...
EHRC- UGM: Capacity Building• Training: Seminar, TOT, Workshop• Students Exchange• Curriculum development                 ...
Student Service Activities (SSA) in EcoHealth/Kuliah Kerja Nyata (KKN) in EcoHealth                                       ...
EcoHealth Aspects of KKN• Community empowerment in             • EH aspects of KKN:  KKN   • Local potential utilization  ...
Research activitiesSpatial analysis Leptospirosis in   Mapping of Human Toxoplasmosis in theYogyakarta province base on   ...
CMU – UGM joint activities                          CMU students at UGMUGM students at CMU                                ...
CMU – UGM joint activities                             20
CMU – UGM joint activities• Upcoming co-projects  – Proposal development  – Researcher and student exchanges  – Training c...
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Stakeholders• Inside: Medicine, Vet. Medicine, Animal  Science, Biology, Geography, Anthropology, Sociology and  Communica...
Multidisciplinary approach                                                        Action                                  ...
Multidisciplinary approach• Start small & concrete versus large & broad  – Active members (they may only come from few    ...
Understanding of EcoHealth approach• Definition and terminology• Similarity and differences to other  approach and its adv...
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Future challenges• Sustained   – Policy level• Human resources• Motivation• Measurable & visible outputs• Funding         ...
The way forward• Strengthening CMU-UGM collaboration through Joint  activities   – Research   – Communication   – Capacity...
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Presented by Tongkorn Meeyam , Akeau Unahalekhaka , G.Lamar Robert, Chongchit Sripun Robert, Manoj Pothapohn, Tjut S. Djohan, Adhiheru Husodo, Dyah A. Widiasih and Wayan T. Artama at the Ecohealth 2012 conference held at Kunming, China on 15-18 October 2012

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Building ecoHealth capacity in the South East Asia region through resource centres in Thailand and Indonesia

  1. 1. Building EcoHealth Capacity in the South East Asia Region through Resource Centres in Thailand and Indonesia Approaches to the Better Management of Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Southeast Asia Region (EcoZD) project EcoHealth Conference, Kunming China 2012Tongkorn Meeyam , Akeau Unahalekhaka , G.Lamar Robert, Chongchit Sripun Robert, Manoj Pothapohn, Tjut S. Djohan, Adhiheru Husodo, Dyah A. Widiasih, Wayan T. Artama 1
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  3. 3. Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia Region ILRI - ECOZD project 3
  4. 4. Background of EHRC Establishment EcoHealth-OneHealth Resource center at Chiang Mai University EcoHealth Resource center at Universitas Gadja Mada 4
  5. 5. Background of EHRC Establishment a first EHRC writeshop, held on October 11-12, 2010 at Chiang Mai University and January 11-13, 2011 at Universitas Gadja Mada Human HealthSocio-economicdeterminants of health5 researchers Animal Ecosystem Health Health
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  7. 7. EHRC- CMU: Structure of the organization EcoHealth-One Health Resource Centre Chiang Mai University Advisory Executive WorkingCommittee Committee Group AssociatedVeterinary Social Nursing Medical Medicine Economic Pharmacy Medicine Science Sciences 7
  8. 8. EHRC- CMU: MissionThe EcoHealth Resource Centre at CMU uses atransdisciplinary, EcoHealth-OneHealth approach to bringtogether health, social, economic, and ecological expertise tosupport efforts to achieve sustainable improvements inhealth, well being, and social equity throughresearch, capacity building, and communication in SoutheastAsia. 8
  9. 9. EHRC- CMU: Activities• Capacity building/ Training/ Course 9
  10. 10. EHRC- CMU: Activities• Research 10
  11. 11. ww EHRC- CMU: Activities• Communication http://ehrc.vet.cmu.ac.th 11
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  13. 13. EHRC- UGM: Structure of the organization Vet.Med Anmal Medicine Science EHRC –UGM Director Anthroplog Geography y Wayan T. Artama VM Executive Biology Secretary Dyah Ayu Widiasih VM Adi Heru Tjut Doddi Pande MadeKrishna Agung Sugandawaty Aris Purwantoro Yudhabuntara Kutanegara Sutomo Animal Science Medicine Biology Vet.Med Vet.Med Anthropology 13
  14. 14. EHRC- UGM: Mission• VisionEcoHealth Resource Center at UGM perform an integrative health (EcoHealthand One Health) in maintaining ecosystem, animal health for the mankind andlivelihood of human being using three pillars approaches (Tri Dharma in highereducation: education, research, and community empowerment).• MissionIn order to achieve its vision the EHRC- UGM, in which their scientists performtheir activities using an integrated, multi disciplinary and transdisciplinary basedapproach for mastering of preparedness and managing dangerous zoonoticdiseases, through the following activities: curriculum development, research onprevention, controlling zoonotic and new emerging diseases, and communityempowerment through student service activities (KKN-PPM). 14
  15. 15. EHRC- UGM: Capacity Building• Training: Seminar, TOT, Workshop• Students Exchange• Curriculum development 15
  16. 16. Student Service Activities (SSA) in EcoHealth/Kuliah Kerja Nyata (KKN) in EcoHealth 16
  17. 17. EcoHealth Aspects of KKN• Community empowerment in • EH aspects of KKN: KKN • Local potential utilization • Crop-livestock intensification & sustainable agro-ecosystem • Incensement of the • Link between livestock rearing & environment quality zoonotic diseases • Increase of the quality of life • Farmer livelihoods • Entrepreneurship • Women in livestock • Behavior change • Ecosystem approach to understanding & influencing • Income generating farmer’s livestock practices • Awareness of zoonotic diseases 17
  18. 18. Research activitiesSpatial analysis Leptospirosis in Mapping of Human Toxoplasmosis in theYogyakarta province base on Province of Yogyakarta and Bali usingparticipatory approach EcoHealth approach 18
  19. 19. CMU – UGM joint activities CMU students at UGMUGM students at CMU 19
  20. 20. CMU – UGM joint activities 20
  21. 21. CMU – UGM joint activities• Upcoming co-projects – Proposal development – Researcher and student exchanges – Training course – EcoHealth-OneHealth symposium 21
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  23. 23. Stakeholders• Inside: Medicine, Vet. Medicine, Animal Science, Biology, Geography, Anthropology, Sociology and Communication, Economy, Experiences on Student Service Activities Experiences on Student Service Activities (SSA/KKN) from 18 faculties.• Outside: Yogyakarta Diseases Investigation Center, Municipal Health Services, Community Health Center, Local Gov., Mass Media, NGOs in Community Dev. 23
  24. 24. Multidisciplinary approach Action Quick and proactive NETWORK response Person in charge: COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION Veterinary Medicine QUALITY Medicine OF Cooperation Biology Animal Sciences /economic Sociology and NETWORK communication Anthropology 24 Geography
  25. 25. Multidisciplinary approach• Start small & concrete versus large & broad – Active members (they may only come from few faculties)• keep it pragmatic• Ensure a common interest from each faculty• Build up on existing linkages (which worked already in the past) 25
  26. 26. Understanding of EcoHealth approach• Definition and terminology• Similarity and differences to other approach and its advantages• Implementation Convincing 26
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  28. 28. Future challenges• Sustained – Policy level• Human resources• Motivation• Measurable & visible outputs• Funding 28
  29. 29. The way forward• Strengthening CMU-UGM collaboration through Joint activities – Research – Communication – Capacity building: exchange – Curriculum development• Sustain the EHRC through – Visibility to the public – implement the center and activities to the system – Expand the network to other university and non- university stakeholders 29
  30. 30. THANK YOU 30

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