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Newsletter #1

  1. 1. ONE  HEALTH  CHALLENGES Nowadays,   there   are   no   isolated   countries.   Wildlife,   livestock,   people   and   diseases   do   not   respect   boundaries.   People   can   flying  from  one  country  to  another   countries  in  a  few  hours.  Not   only   people   but   also   wildlife   and   livestock.   The   diseases   will   following  its.     Countries   of   the  world   are   inter-­‐ dependent.  There  is  happen  ‘buBerfly   effect’  in  the  world.   ‘BuBerfly   effect’   is  what  happens  in  one  country  has  impacts  fas  beyond    its  borders. South  East  Asia  Challenges  in  One  Health 1. Limited  number  of  human  resources  (sectoral  leaders,   researchers,  human  &  animal  health  professionals  at  all)  in  the   region  understand  the  concept  of  One  Health 2. Limited  resources  are   dedicated  to  promote   One  Health  pracQces   when  deal  with   human-­‐animal-­‐ environment   associated  problems 3. Limited  number  of   leaders  in  the  region   who  can  work  the   inter-­‐diciplines,  cross-­‐sectoral,  and  internaQonal  forums  to   resolve  One  Health  problems
  2. 2.   One   health   approach   had   been   implemented   by   the   government   in   2005   through   the   establishment   of   Indonesia   NaQonal   CommiBee   for   A v i a n   I n fl u e n z a   C o n t r o l   a n d   Pandemic   Influenza   Preparedness   which   had   coordinated   acQviQes   in   combaQng,  control  and  prevenQon  of   avian  influenza  in  Indonesia. As   in   2012,   One   Health   will   be   promoted   as  one   of   naQonal  health   agenda.   Faculty   of   Public   Health   Universitas   Indonesia   in   2011   will   iniQate   One   Health   into   some   programs   related   to   Environmental   Health.   Indonesia  is  a  country   with  a   very  diverse  mix   of  residents  and  has   total   populaQons   of   around   200   million   people   and   105   state   universiQes   spread   across   33   provinces.   Currently,   between   105   s t a t e   u n i v e r s i 2 e s   t h a t   a r e   categorized  as  research  universiQes  is   sQll   very   limited.   To   improve   the   quality   and   quanQty   of   produced   research,   Indonesia   needs   for   the   establishment   of   the   internaQonal   prospecQve  study,   which  will  be  able   to   make  the  publicaQon   of   research   arQcles  to  internaQonal  journals. For   that,   the   establishment   of   p r o s p e c Q v e   r e s e a r c h e r s   f r o m   I n d o n e s i a ,   e s p e c i a l l y   f r o m   Universitas  Indonesia   as   one   of   the   research   universiQes   in   Indonesia,   has   been   an   increased   incidence   of   infecQous  diseases  in  the  world.  One   cause   is   no   longer   the   case   for   humans   and   animals   in   traveling   between  regions.   An  effort   needs  to   be   done   so   that   there   is  a   balance   b e t w e e n   h u m a n -­‐ a n i m a l -­‐ environment.  There   is  a  new  science   that   can   be   learned   about   human-­‐ animal-­‐environment,   which   is   one   health.   In  efforts  to  establish  a  one-­‐ health   science   it   needs   to   be   an   educaQon.   To   support   educaQon   curriculum  needs  to  be  made  within   the  scope  of  a  one-­‐health.  Indonesia   establishes   a   plan   to   generate   One   Health  concept.
  3. 3. The   Indonesia   One   Health   University   Network   (INDOHUN)   was   established   in   January   2012   as   a   pla^orm   where   leading   academicians,   stakeholders,   scienQsts,   communiQes,   and   professionals   from   Indonesia   could   transcend   provincial   and   naQonal  borders  to  address  issues  of  regional  and  global  concern MISSION To  implement  the  One  Health  concept  across   the  country  with  the  support  of  mulQple   disciplines. VISION To  improve  the  health  of  people,  animals  and   the  ecosystem,  which  are  all  interconnected  for   global  survival. AIMED To  unite  all  health  sectors  in  Indonesia   (especially  university)  to  conceive  and  build  one   health  concept  in  Indonesia.
  4. 4. INDOHUN  Structure  Organization INDOHUN  is  a  part  of  SEAOHUN (South East Asia One Health University Network) SEAOHUN   have  4   core  countries,   10   core   universiQes,  and   14   faculQes   in   South  East   Asia.   They   are   Indonesia,   Thailand,   Vietnam,   and   Malaysia.   In   Indonesia   the   core  universiQes  are  Universitas  Indonesia,   Bogor   Agricultural   University,   and   Gadjah   Mada   University.   In   Thailand   the   core   universiQes  are  Chiang   Mai  University   and   Mahidol   University.   In   Vietnam   the   core   universiQes   are   Hanoi   School   of   Public   Health,   Hanoi   Medical   University,   and   Hanoi  University  of  Agriculture.  In  Malaysia   the   core   universiQes   are   UniversiQ   Kebangsaan   Malaysia  and   UniversiQ   Putra   Malaysia.
  5. 5. INDOHUN   have   13   core   acQviQes   in   11   months.   There   are   workshops,   conferences,   trainings,   mee2ngs,   and  symposium.   Many   deans,   vice  deans,   lecturers,  internaQonal  speakers  &  trainers,  and  also  the  students.   1. IPHA  (Indonesia  Public   Health  Associa4on)   NaQonal  Conference  on  3-­‐7   September  2013 2. OHCC   and   CM   (One   Health   Core   Competencies   and   Curriculum   Mapping)  Workshop  on  3-­‐5  October  2013 3. Improvement  of   Public   Awarness  to  FDOZD  (Foodborne  Diseases  and   Other  Zoono4c  Diseases)  on  6-­‐8  November  2013* 4. Enhancement   Comprehensive   Working   Community   to   Achieve   OH   (One  Health)  on  20-­‐22  November  2013* 5. Global  Health  Young  Leaders  on  10-­‐18  January  2014 6. Workshop   and   training   on   the   development   of   OHCA   (One   Health   Curriculum  and  Approach)  on  22-­‐24  January  2014* 7. a.   1st   ToT   (Training   for   Trainers)   on   OHCC   (One   Health   Core   Competence)   and   OH   (One   Health)   Module   Development   on   27-­‐29   January  2014  at  Jakarta b.   2nd   ToT   (Training   for   Trainers)   on   OHCC   (One   Health   Core   Competence)   and   OH   (One   Health)   Module   Development   on   26-­‐28   February  2014  at  Yogyakarta 8. OH  (One  Health)  Short  Course  on  12-­‐14  February  2014* 9. InternaQonal    Seminar     on    CIZD   (Controlling   Infec4ous  and   Zoono4c   Diseases)  on  18-­‐20  February  2014 10. Strengthening  Disease  Surveillance  System  on  3-­‐5  March  2014* 11. OH  (One  Health)  Capacity  Building  Workshop  on  19-­‐21  March  2014* 12. NaQonal  Symposium  on  OH  (One  Health)  Approach  26-­‐28  March  2014 13. INDOHUN  Annual  MeeQng  on  8-­‐10  April  2014* *to  be  confirmed
  6. 6. IPHA National The   1st   acQvity,   Introducing  One  Health   in   the   NaQonal   Conference   of   the   Indonesian   Public   Health   AssociaQon   (IPHA   NaQonal   Conference),   has   c o n d u c t e d   s u c c e s s f u l l y   o n   3 -­‐ 7   September   2013   at   Kupang,   East   Nusa   Tenggara.   IPHA   NaQonal   Conference   is   an   annual   large-­‐scale   conference   for   public   health   experts   from   all   around   Indonesia.   For   2013,   IPHA   NaQonal   Conference   is  held  in  Kupang   from   3-­‐7   September   2013.   In   this   occasion,   INDOHUN   get   the   chance   to   promote   One   Health   concept   through   keynote   speech,  plenary  session,  and  training. The   next  acQvity   is  the  One  Health   Core  Competencies  and   Curriculum   Mapping  Workshop  will  be  held  on   3-­‐5  October  2013  at  Makassar.  The   number   of   parQcipants   are   44   persons  from  16  universiQes  and  32   faculQes   in   Indonesia.   The   goal   is   develop  One  Health  concept   to  be   i m p l e m e n t e d   i n   u n i v e r s i t y   curriculum. OHCC & CM Workshop