One Health Student Club Activities

NOUNIVERSITYDATE LOCATIONTITLEOBJECTIVE AND GOAL
1International Islamic University Malaysia13 – 14 April 2019Kampung Permatang Badak, Kuantan, PahangOne Health-Communication for Behavioural Impact (OH-COMBI) 2019i) To inculcate the awareness among local community pertaining the zoonotic and infectious diseases.
ii) To increase the level of knowledge of the local community regarding the virulence and the importance of prevention against infectious and zoonotic diseases.
iii) To enhance creativity among students in creating interactive ways to deliver information to the public from different backgrounds.
iv) To implement the One Health concept against infectious and zoonotic diseases among the local community.
v) To enable the students to form the basis of teamwork and communication skills that are crucial in their career development and life processes
2Universiti Teknologi MARA29 -30 June 2019Kampung Labohan Dagang & Tadom Hills Resort, Banting, SelangorPreserving Nature by Exposing the Students to Nature-based Activities
and the Aboriginal Community 
Future One Health workforce should be able to:
a. Describe OH concepts in prevention of zoonotic diseases.
b. Recognize impact of anthropogenic activities to the ecosystem and vice versa. 
c. Discuss their roles in sustaining and balancing between ecosystem and human activities.
d. Increase collaborations and networking among UiTM students of different faculties to be a responsible future OH workforce.

Expected Outcome:
a. Future OH workforce from UiTM who appreciates the importance of sustaining the ecosystem, protecting wildlife and controlling human activities which would prevent the emerging/re-emerging of infectious diseases using OH approach.
b. Future OH workforce from UiTM who are empowered to implement one health concepts through networking and collaboration.

3Universiti Malaysia Kelantan20 April 2019Sekolah Menengah Sains Tengku Muhammad
Faris Petra, Kelantan
Raising One Health Awareness of Leptospirosis in Kelantani) To raise the awareness of the students of UMK as well as the public on the fatal zoonotic
disease, Leptospirosis, which is currently of high regards to members of the public as well as authority
ii) To expose the public regarding the role of veterinary and medical services in eradicating this outbreak
iii) Due to lack of awareness of public toward this high mortality disease, we decided to organize the One Health Awareness of Leptospirosis in Kelantan as an initiative to raise the awareness in neighborhood especially Kelantan people
4Universiti Malaysia SarawakPhase 1: 27 April 2019Pusat Islam Tun Abang Salahuddin, UNIMAS,
Sarawak
Fight Against Rabies Program 2019i) To create awareness and engagement among university students on rabies control and prevention.
ii) To bring about ideas and thoughts from various principles on rabies control and prevention.
iii)  To initiate a movement on overcoming rabies spread in UNIMAS.
Phase 2: 6 May 2019Student Pavillion, UNIMAS, SarawakRabies Awareness Forum 2019
5Universiti Sains Islam MalaysiaPhase 1: 9 February 2019Faculty of Medicine and Health Science,
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
3D One Health Interactive Games: Discover, Design, DeliverPhase 1 (Discover):
(i). To expose students from multidisciplinary courses on One Health from human health, domestic animals, wildlife sectors and environmental sectors’ perspectives.
(ii). To gather ideas on development of One Health related games and mobile application
Phase 2: 20 – 21 April 2019Faculty of Medicine and Health Science,
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Phase 2 (Design):
(iii). To design One Health related interactive games & mobile application
Phase 3: 29 – 30 June 2019Perkampungan Orang Asli Yum, Sungai Siput,
Perak
Phase 3 (Deliver):
(iv). To create awareness on zoonotic diseases and its prevention among Orang Asli through interactive games, hands on session and mobil application
(v). To enhance communication and soft skills among members through planning and implementation of a community program
6Universiti Sains Malaysia27 April 2019Pantai Melawi, Bachok, KelantanLet’s Get to Know Zoonotic Diseases: Transmission and Prevention
Program
i) To increase the awareness of villagers in Pantai Melawi Bachok towards zoonotic diseases
focusing on transmission methods and preventive measures by applying the concept of One Health as an integrative effort to achieve optimum health for human, animals and the environment.
ii) This program enabled multi-sectoral involvement of Malaysia’s Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs), and Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) towards spreading awareness of zoonotic diseases towards the villagers at Pantai Melawi Bachok
iii) This program provided an opportunity for USM’s students to interact and understand each other more in their respective fields of expertise, where further management and proper planning can be done
7Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia29 November – 1 December 2019Kampung Sungai Tiang, Royal Belum, Gerik, PerakRoyal Belum Outreach Grand Venturei) To do research on Malaria KAP among orang asli
ii) To give student from faculty of medicine knowledge on zoonotic diseases
iii) To expose students from faculty of medicine on Orang Asli community related health problem such hygiene, diet, environmental, behavior and occupation related
iv) To teach students on skills and professionalism during communicating with community from different ages and backgrounds
v) To expose students from faculty of medicine on volunteerism and social services
8Universiti Putra Malaysia1 December 2019Hospital Pengajar, Universiti Putra Malaysia Rabies Run 2019i) To raise the awareness of UPM students as well as the public on the fatal rabies outbreak
ii) To extend the educational experience for UPM students as this enable to practice and apply their skills and knowledge  by working together to foster awareness
NOUNIVERSITYDATE LOCATIONTITLEOBJECTIVE AND GOAL
1International Islamic University Malaysia20 – 21 April 2018Kulliyah Allied Health Sciences, IIUM Kuantan &
Dataran Kerayong, Bera, Pahang
Community Education with One Health Approach Towards Preventing Infectious Disease in Conjunction with World Health Day 2018 Collaborate witH Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Pahangi) To promote the awareness among community about the zoonotic and infectious diseases.
ii) To create the interactive ways in delivering information of zoonotic diseases
iii) To implement the one health concept between students and staffs of Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Pahang (JKNP)
iv) To deliver information of zoonotic diseases and infectious diseases effectively to community.
v) To expose students IIUM to public and community in order to adapt once been graduated
2Universiti Teknologi MARA22 – 23 September 2018Kuala Gula, Krian, PerakSustaining Ecosystem and Wildlife with
Anthropogenic Activities Toward Prevention of Infectious Disease: Field Trip to Kuala Gula, Perak
i) Describe OH Concepts  in prevention of zoonotic diseases
ii) Recognize impact of anthropogenic activities to the ecosystem and vice versa
iii) Discuss their roles in sustaining and balancing between ecosystem and human activities
iv) Increase collaborations and networking among UiTM students of different faculties to be a responsible future OH workforce
3Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia28 – 29 June 2018Lecture Hall 2, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti
Kebangsaan Malaysia & National Zoo of Malaysia
Have Fun, Get Dirty with Germies and
Beast 2.0
i) While doing volunteer work at National Zoo, active participants able to identify animal and environmental reservoirs of pathogens (MersCoV, HPAI, Rabies virus, Salmonella sp., Brucella sp., Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex sp., Leptospira sp., and Hendra virus) for zoonoses in Malaysia. 
ii) While doing volunteer work at National Zoo, active participants able to determine the mode of pathogens transmission from infected animal and contaminated environment to human.
iii) Given a link to The approved list of biological agents (HSE UK 2016), active participants able to determine the pathogens hazard category.
iv) Given an example of chain of transmission, active groups able to draw a comprehensive chain of transmission for their designated pathogens
v) Given adequate information through open learning materials, active groups able to organize the information in a form of online puzzle words for future educational use.
4Universiti Malaysia Kelantan7 April 2018Main campus, Universiti Malaysia KelantanOne Health Awareness of Mosquito-Borne
Diseases in Kelantan
i) To introduce One Health concept to the community in Kelantan
ii) To instil the importance of transdisplinary approach in One Health to detect, prevent and respond towards the occurrence of infectious diseases
iii) To forge collaborations between students from multiple disciplines
iv) To promote awareness regarding mosquitoes borne diseases
v) To share information on prevention of mosquito- borne diseases
vi) To develop leaderhip skills among participants who are the future OH young leaders
5Universiti Malaysia Sarawak Phase 1:
3 – 4 March 2018
Rumah Panjang, Kampung Sekuau, Sibu, SarawakOne Health in Communityi) To introduce the concept of One Health  to the community
ii) To educate the community on mosquito-borne diseases, particularly the illneses that may affect their lives and the importance of taking preventive measures against mosquito-borne diseases
iii) To educate the community on proper waste management and the importance of proper waste management
Phase 2:
24 March 2018
Bako National Park, Kuching Bako Discovery 2018i) To introduce the concept of One Health  to students from various disciplines
ii) To generate interest among different professionals in their role in One Health
iii) To promote collaboration and instill the spirit of teamwork among professionals from different expertise
6Universiti Putra Malaysia14 – 15 & 29 April 2018Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra
Malaysia & BRBD- Rotary Children’s Residence (BRCR)
One World:
Phase 1 : The Change
Phase 2 : The Movement
Phase 3 : The Force
i) To expand knowledge and application of One Health
ii) To provide a platform for students from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Human Ecology, Faculty of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Educational Studies and Faculty of Agriculture to form strong collaborative working relationship to achieve One Health.
iii) To develop leadership skills and core competencies in building young leaders of One Health.
7Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia29 – 30 September 2018Aboriginal Village, Kampung Rening, Cameron
Highland
Community Outreach Programi) Expose students from multidisciplinary courses on One Health particularly on the knowledge of zoonotic diseases among indigenous people
ii) Create awareness about the importance of hand hygiene among indigenous people and to teach them the technique of washing hands in the right way
iii) Build relationships and cooperation between USIM medical and dental students
8Universiti Sains Malaysia2 December 2018Kampung Panglima Bayu, Tanah Merah, KelantanLet’s Get to Know Leptospirosisi) To increase the awareness of Kampung Panglima Bayu villagers towards Leptospirosis by applying the concept of One Health as an integrative effort to achieve optimum health for human, animals and the environment
ii) This program enabled multi-sectoral involvement of Malaysia’s Ministry of Health (MOH), and Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) towards spreading awareness of Leptospirosis towards the community of Kampung Panglima Bayu. Various departments involved under Ministry of Health includes Health Education Unit of Tanah Merah’s Health District Office, and Kota Jembal’s District Clinic Team. Meanwhile, under MOHE, Universiti Sains Malaysia various departments such as their blood bank, ophthalmology team, and dental team are involved with the program
iii) This program provided an opportunity for USM’s students to interact and understand each other more in their respective fields of expertise, and for them to reach out to communities involved with Leptospirosis, where further management and proper planning can be done
NOUNIVERSITYDATE LOCATIONTITLEOBJECTIVE AND GOAL
1International Islamic University Malaysia11 – 13 August 2017Tasik Chini Research CentreEducational Visit to Tasik Chini: One Environment, One Health, One Mission – In-Situ PBL i) To describe the role of microorganisms in the environment and maintaining the balance of biodiversity in an ecosystem.
ii) To apply techniques in sampling microorganisms from soil, water and air.
iii) To discuss the role of biodiversity and the environment in possible transmission of infectious disease from the wild genetic reservoir.
iv) To discuss the importance of public awareness and economic impact of wildlife borne zoonosis.
v) To explore natural herbs and plants that may have the potential as antimicrobial agents.
2Universiti Teknologi MARA14 – 15 October 2017Seminar Room, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti
Teknologi MARA & Port Dickson Beach
Seminar and Field Trip on Environment Health
Risk Assessment
i) a. To increase awareness and knowledge about OH concepts among UiTM students in prevention of zoonotic diseases.
ii) To increase collaborations and networking among UiTM students from different faculties to be responsible future OH workforce.
iii) To acquire basic skills in environmental health risk assessment in UiTM students
3Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia13 – 14 July 2017Lecture Hall 2, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti
Kebangsaan Malaysia & National Zoo of Malaysia
Awareness Program: Zoonoses and the
Human, Animal, Ecosystems Interface
i) Given a work environment, undergraduates medical and health sciences students able to identify animal and environmental reservoirs of potential pathogens for zoonoses in Malaysia. 
ii) Given a work environment, undergraduates medical and health sciences students able to determine the mode of pathogens transmission from infected animal and contaminated environment to human in the specific working population.
iii) Given a work environment, undergraduates medical and health sciences students able to prioritize type of potential zoonoses in the specific working population.
iv) Given a work environment, undergraduates medical and health sciences students able to organize the information in a form of interactive educational material for future use.
4Universiti Malaysia Kelantan30 September 2017Lecture Hall, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Raising One Health Awareness in Avian
Influenza (H5N1) Outbreak
i) This program was to raise the awareness of UMK students, as well as local secondary school students on HPAI, which is a zoonotic disease that could cause massive economic loss and severely affect health of birds and human
ii) To inform the students on the roles of Department of Veterinary Services in eradicating HPAI outbreak
iii) Students will acquire accurate information on HPAI, and will hopefully disseminate the knowledge to other students and members of local communities
iv) This programmed is create an awareness among students of different ages and locations within Kelantan, in hope information gathered during the event will be spread among friends, family members, and people from communities of the participants
5Universiti Malaysia Sarawak30 December 2017Gunung Gading Recreational Park, Lundu,
Sarawak
UNIMAS One Health Student Club
Explorace 2017
i) To introduce the concept of One Health to the foundation students
ii) To establish awareness on the threat of new and emerging diseases
iii) To generate interest among younger generation in the field of One Health
iv) To develop a collective effort of creating a sustainable environment, involving future professionals across all fields
v) To educate future professionals on the intricate interplay between human, animal, environement in ensuring a sustainable living 
6Universiti Putra MalaysiaPhase 1: 22 April 2017
Phase 2: 13 – 14 April 2017
                : 20 – 21 April 2017
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti
Putra Malaysia
One Health Ambassadors:
Phase 1 (The Change)
Phase 2 (The Movement)
i) To expand knowledge and application of One Health.
ii) To provide a platform for students from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Human Ecology, Faculty of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Educational Studies and Faculty of Agriculture to form strong collaborative working relationship to achieve One Health.
iii) To develop leadership skills and core competencies in building young leaders of One Health.
7Universiti Sains Malaysia22 – 24 July 2017Kampung Pulau Tebu Tunjong, KelantanLet’s Get to Know H5N1i) The objective of this program is to apply the concept of One Health by a multi-disciplinary team as an integrative effort to achieve optimum health for human, animals and the environment
ii) This program provided an opportunity for Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus students to interact and understand each other more in their respective fields of expertise