LESS ME
MORE WE

Environment and animals play an important role in securing health for us all. It is all for one and one for all in One Health.

THEY ARE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK

THEY ARE
CLOSER
THAN YOU
THINK

60%

of existing human infectious diseases are zoonotic

75%

of emerging infectious diseases in humans (including Ebola, HIV, and influenza) have an animal origin

80%

of potential agents of bioterrorism are zoonotic pathogens

24%

of all human disease is caused by environmental factors

THE
WORLD IS
CHANGING

With the rapid growth of human population, increasing global temperature, changes of land use, and the increase of international travel and trade, our world is now facing a challenge like never before. All those changes play a key role in the increase of disease transmissions from animals to humans, and from one person to another across the globe. A disease anywhere can quickly become a disease everywhere.

NO ONE CAN SOLVE IT ALONE

Complex problems, such as the emerging pandemic threats, cannot be solved alone. But when the diseases know no boundaries, we are still fragmented and work in silos. To face future global health challenges, we need to understand that humans, environment, and animals are interconnected. We must work across sectors, join efforts, and establish multi-disciplinary collaborations among physicians, veterinarians, ecologists and other professionals.

That is, in essence, what we call the One Health approach.

More About One Health

Indonesia One Health University Network

INDOHUN

is a network of Indonesian higher education institutions that aims to promote multi-disciplinary collaboration in human, animal and environmental health sectors in Indonesia. We do it by building institutional and individual capacity, advocating for collaboration-supportive policies, conducting research and community outreach, and creating a platform for academicians, stakeholders, scientist, communities and professionals to work together in addressing regional and global issues concerning One Health.

OUR TEAM

UNITED
IN DIVERSITY

Our members are higher education institutions from various One Health related disciplines across Indonesia, namely medicine, veterinary medicine, public health and nursing.

WHAT WE DO

1921

people trained

Students

460

Government staffs & professionals

1185

Faculty Members

267

16

Trainings and Workshops

Pre-Services Training and Workshop

(5)

In-Services Training and Workshop

(11)

3

Collaborating Center

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Universitas Airlangga

Universitas Udayana

52

one health related module

17

Global health true leaders modules

10

One Health online learning modules

6

Global health diplomacy modules

5

Zoonisis control modules

$$

awards granted

$ 110.000.000

awards granted to faculty members, students, and professionals for trainings, research, and community outreach

Multi-sectoral Partnership

We engage stakeholders and strengthen policies to support One Health collaboration and workforce development.

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Institutional Strengthening

We conduct capacity building for our university members to improve the quality of One Health education and training.

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Education & Training

We develop curricula, conduct trainings, workshops, conferences, and symposium for a better understanding of One Health.

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Research

We conduct and facilitate research on One Health issues.

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Community Outreach

We help communities in solving their problems by using One Health approach.

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OUR MOVEMENT

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GLOBAL HEALTH DIPLOMACY | AUGUST 25-29, 2018 | BANDUNG

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WITH US

HEADQUARTER

Kampus Baru Universitas Indonesia Depok
Faculty of Public Health, G Building, 3rd Floor, Room G316
Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Jawa, Indonesia

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