Malaysia one health university network

With over 17 universities and 4 government agencies, we provide national and regional capacity building activities, research, and continuous professional development for students and professionals across sectors and industries through collaborative multidisciplinary teams of experts

About Us

The Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN), was initiated in 2012 as a part of the regional network of Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAHOUN).

Our Mission

To link and enable universities, government and relevant agencies to generate social and intellectual capital on One Health against infectious and zoonotic disease.

Our Vision

Network of social and intellectual excellence on One Health against infectious and zoonotic disease of national and global concern.

Value Proposition

Combatting zoonotic & infectious disease at their source:  MYOHUN is the longest serving national platform for building capacity of students, faculty, and professionals to work across disciplines and sectors for the improved response to One Health related threats.

One Health

One Health

One Health is an approach to healthcare that recognizes the interconnections between human health, animal health, and environmental health. It recognizes that the health of humans, animals, and the environment are interconnected, and seeks to address health issues at the intersection of these three areas. The One Health approach aims to promote collaboration and cooperation among different sectors and disciplines to address health threats that cross species and geographic boundaries. This approach is commonly applied in areas such as zoonotic diseases, food safety, and antimicrobial resistance.

One Health Quadripartite

The health of humans, animals, and the environment are interconnected and that efforts to promote health and prevent disease must involve collaboration among the four key sectors: human medicine, veterinary medicine, environmental science, and agriculture. These four sectors are closely related and their interactions have a direct impact on the health of people, animals, and the environment. Therefore, the quadripartite approach to One Health focuses on the integration and cooperation between these four sectors to achieve optimal health outcomes for all.
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Community Based Project



Rabies in Borneo 2023

Call for Abtracts! RABIES IN BORNEO 2023

Breaking Boundaries: One Health for Rabies Elimination in Borneo

31st October – 1st November 2023 at Imperial Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia!

RIB will bring together international and local experts and practitioners to create a knowledge transfer and exchange platform. The 2nd Edition of Rabies in Borneo (RIB) aims to delve into the latest scientific advancements and practical solutions revolutionizing rabies prevention and control efforts.

Visit RIB website for more information:

MSPTM Veterinary Parasitology Workshop 2023 – Announcement

Greetings from the Malaysian Society of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine.

We’re pleased to invite you to join the MSPTM Veterinary Parasitology Workshop 2023, which will be held on 22nd October 2023 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UPM, Serdang, Selangor.

Registration for the workshop is as the link below:

Enclosed is the workshop flyer for your reference. We appreciate your kind assistance to disseminate the information to your friends and colleagues.

Inaugural Student One Health Multimedia Contest 

The One Health Workforce – Next Generation project, the One Health Institute at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and the UC Global Health Institute are very pleased to announce an inaugural Student Multimedia Contest in honor of One Health Day 2023!

All currently enrolled students (undergraduate level and above) from any AFROHUN and SEAOHUN member institution, or any University of California campus. Submissions must be from a team of 2 individuals; each team is only allowed 1 entry. 

Contest Theme
In honor of One Health Day 2023, we’d love to learn more about what One Health means to our student community. Each submission should address at least one of the following prompts or ideas:

  1. What does One Health mean to you?
  2. How are you part of the One Health workforce?
  3. How can the One Health approach address global challenges?
  4. How have you seen the One Health approach solve a problem in your community?
  5. How has participating in a One Health training, workshop, or event impacted your life/career/educational trajectory?
  6. How has One Health impacted your community?
  7. How can One Health help improve diversity efforts in your community?

The two individuals on each winning team will receive a prize such as travel support to attend a regional conference hosted by the University Networks (AFROHUN, SEAOHUN, or UC Global Health Institute).

All submissions must be received by 11:59 PM Pacific Time, October 15, 2023. Winners will be announced before One Health Day 2023, November 4, 2023.

CLICK HERE for contest and submission info.

Questions? Contact

[Deadline Extended until 3rd Sep] SEAOHUN 2023 Regional Student Competition

SEAOHUN Regional Students Competition is back!. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Competition for 2023. This year’s theme is “Protecting Lives: Promoting Biosafety and Biosecurity for a Sustainable Future.” in collaboration with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). 

The competition is open to all undergraduate and freshly graduated students from SEAOHUN member countries. You are invited to create a visually compelling “Infographic Poster” to raise awareness about “Biosafety and biosecurity” and win a TICKET to attend biosafety and biosecurity training plus E-certificate from SEAOHUN!

Check out more information about the competition:
Submission deadline: Sunday, 3rd September 2023 (11:59 p.m. ICT)
Submit application:

For any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact me at

Kindly share this opportunity widely especially among your networks, members of our faculties and universities. I have also attached a poster and call for applications with this email or you can download it from

SEAOHUN VCoP3 Webinar (Topic 3: Biosafety and Biosecurity in Preventing Diseases)

On behalf of SEAOHUN, we are pleased to announce that SEAOHUN VCoP3 Webinar will take place on 15 August 2023 at 5:00- 6:30 pm (ICT) with the topic of “Biosafety and biosecurity in preventing diseases.”

Date and Time: Tuesday, 15 August 2023, 5:00 – 6:30 PM (ICT).

Registration link

More information

This is the third session of VCoP Webinar invited to anyone who is interested in learning about biosafety and biosecurity. Besides, this session is especially designed for all aspiring SEAOHUN 2023 Regional Student Competition participants! This will equip you with the knowledge and inspiration needed to excel in the competition.

Looking forward to seeing you in the webinar!

Infectious Substance Transport And Biosafety In The Research Laboratory

We, IRDI from International Medical University are offering CPD courses for professional learning and growth. Should you interested, you may register manually from brochure or through given link.

This one & half day workshop aims to equip researchers and laboratory personnel with the skills to handle and package potentially dangerous infectious substances, prepare and process the correct documentation, and reduce risks to themselves and those around them. Participants will be provided with information and hands-on training on the classification, packaging and labelling of relevant dangerous goods, such as those used in medical research and diagnostic fields, and awareness of local and international shipment regulations. The workshop will also promote safe and efficient handling practices in the laboratory under biosafety and biorisk management.

 Day 1

Date      :4th October 2023 (Wednesday)

Time     : 8.00am – 4.45pm (1 day)

Day 2

Date      : 5th October 2023 (Thursday)

Time     : 8.30am – 1.30pm (1/2 day)

Venue : 2.07 Level 2, IMU Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur

Click here for Course Registration

**HRDCorp Claimable

**CPD point will be awarded

Should you require any additional information, please feel free to contact

SEAOHUN 2023 Regional Student Competition

SEAOHUN Regional Students Competition is back!. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Competition for 2023. This year’s theme is “Protecting Lives: Promoting Biosafety and Biosecurity for a Sustainable Future.” in collaboration with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). 

The competition is open to all undergraduate and freshly graduated students from SEAOHUN member countries. You are invited to create a visually compelling “Infographic Poster” to raise awareness about “Biosafety and biosecurity” and win a TICKET to attend biosafety and biosecurity training plus E-certificate from SEAOHUN!

Check out more information about the competition:
Submission deadline: Friday, 25 August 2023 (11:59 p.m. ICT)
Submit application:

For any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact me at

Kindly share this opportunity widely especially among your networks, members of our faculties and universities. I have also attached a poster and call for applications with this email or you can download it from

Regional FETP Mentor Training on Data Science for Field Epidemiology

We would like to announce a scholarship to enhance the field epidemiology capacity in the aspect of data science. We all admit that the main challenge for field epidemiologists during the COVID-19 pandemic is to analyze and interpret big data, and data management problems, especially when data is from multiple databases and the capacity for designing and producing real-time data visualization.

In this regard, FETP Thailand, in collaboration with the U.S. C.D.C. (Global Public Health Data Innovation, D.M.I.), organised the 5-day training course, “Regional FETP Mentor Training on Data Science for Field Epidemiology, from 14 – 18 August 2023 in Phuket, Thailand

We would love to inform you that we provide one scholarship for the mentor to attend this training course for each ASEAN Plus 3 FETN Member Countries.Thus, we have available 13 mentor scholarships for 13 ASEAN Plus 3 FETN Member Countries. Please kindly find more details here.

Event: the first course of the Regional FETP mentor training on data science for field epidemiology 2023

Duration: 14 – 18 August 2023Venue: Dusit Thani Laguna Phuket, Phuket Thailand

Format: In-person

The course requirements are below. 

1. Attend the “Self-directed learning”

2. Submit a mini health situation analysis report.

As importantly, The deadline for nominations and applications via the provided Google Form is 4 July 2023. You can access the form using the following link:

Please allow us to emphasize that this training course parallels the 14th batch of Inter FETP: Training of Trainer (T.O.T.).

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at

OHWA Summer Session Announcement!

Exciting News! The next session of courses is now open on the #OneHealth Workforce Academies (OHWA) platform. From July 10th to September 30th, we’re offering three exceptional courses: Fundamentals of One Health, One Health in the World, and Outbreak Investigation and Response.

If you’ve previously enrolled in OHWA, we have great news for you! You can easily re-enter these courses directly from your OHWA learner profiles.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to expand your knowledge and make a difference in the world of One Health. Join us now and be part of the global movement towards a healthier and safer planet.

For more information and to enroll, visit our website:

SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar – S2

We are launching Session 2: SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar Series! SEAOHUN VCoP program is introduced to our regional students as one of the SEAOHUN student activities for learning and enhancing One Health knowledge and skills through interactive webinars and sharing sessions from successful One Health professionals.

For the second VCoP webinar session, we will have a panel discussion on the topic “Breaking Barriers: Advancing Gender Equality and Empowering Young Women in One Health Careers” . You will explore the impact of gender on young women’s career development in the One Health sector and how can we together make the world a little more equitable by addressing gender considerations in One Health workforce development?

Date and Time:
 Friday, 23 June 2023, 7:00 – 8:00 PM (ICT).
Registration link:

Download and view more information about the webinar:

Should you have any questions or further information please do not hesitate to contact Maw Rain (SEAOHUN Program Assistant)

SEAOHUN 2023 Fellowship webinar: Empowering Young One Health Professionals Across Borders Throughout Southeast Asia

This year, SEAOHUN One Health scholarship program will support the graduate students (Master’s or PhD) from all SEAOHUN member countries; Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam who demonstrate their commitment in One Health subject and require a research project to graduate. Grab a chance to win a maximum 5000 USD per scholarship to conduct One Health related research! 
Deadline for application: 4 June 2023Announcement of results via email: late June or early July 2023

Download Call for application:
Submit Application:

Visit SEAOHUN’s website at for more information.
Any inquiries about this program please contact: Dr. Aye Chan Oo, Program Officer (

Official Call for Application of the International Short Course on Ecosystem Health (THOHUN-ELI 2023)

This course provides the opportunity to experience field-based learning for pre-service workforces. The participants will gain One Health core competency domains, apply knowledge, and technical skills including problem investigation via villager/community participatory and student observation at One Health village, disease and risk detection analysis, proper risk communication and social innovation/social entrepreneurship through collaborative efforts of multi-disciplinary participants.

THOHUN-ELI 2023 (Advanced level) will be held from May 19-30, 2023 in Nakhon Pathom province. An e-learning will be available on May 1-14, 2023. The application is now open for students from OHUNs (one participant/OHUN). 

Participation channels & cost

  • THOHUN member: 535 USD*
  • THOHUN-partners: 749 USD*
  • Non-member: full rate 1,070 USD

*Scholarships are available for THOHUN members (20), Thai governmental sectors (2) and SEAOHUN members (7, one per OHUN).

Find out more information and registration, please visit: The application deadline is May 3, 2023.

SEAOHUN 2023 Fellowship Program

Designed to strengthen the #OneHealth workforce by encouraging early- to mid-career professionals, from our member Countries, in human, animal, or environmental health disciplines to gain practical experience working on One Health issues.
This year, we will promote international fellowship placements, providing opportunities to interact with national and international experts to broaden One Health perspectives while experiencing different cultures. The following hosts are seeking candidates for our 2023 Fellowship Program.

📍World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH), Thailand
📍International Health Policy Program (IHPP), Thailand
📍Chulalongkorn University Veterinary AMR Cluster (CU VET AMR), Thailand
📍Exeins Health Initiative (EHI), Indonesia
📍International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Vietnam
📍Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Researchin Agriculture (SEAMEO SEARCA), Philippines
📍National Animal Health Laboratory Centre (NAHL), Lao PDR

Application Deadline: 7 May 2023
Download the Call for Applications:
Application Link:

Contact Josh Ghen, SEAOHUN Program Officer at for more information or visit

We greatly appreciate your collaboration and support. Should you have any questions or requirements please reach out to me or Josh Ghen, SEAOHUN Fellowship Program, focal person at

Oppotunity! Michigan State University-Mekong One Health Innovation Program Short Course on “Health Security, One Health and Zoonoses”

Funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs(EAP),Michigan State University(MSU) is implementing a three-year(2022 – 2025) Cooperative Agreement, theMekong One Health Innovation Program (MOHIP) in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. The overarching goal of this project is to connect the U.S. One Health experts withMekong researchers and practitioners and create a transnational health security network by strengthening the One Health approach.MOHIP three core activities include holding monthly webinars, organizing a short “Health Security, One Health and Zoonoses” course, and providing research funding to local researchers.  

The short course aims to provide professional development opportunitiesforMekong researchers/professionals to be successful independent investigators and national and international leaders to address public health challenges and improve
their country’s health security by employing the One Health approach. Specifically, the attendees will:

  • Learn major endemic and emerging zoonoses and their management regimes.
  • Gain competency in One Health principles, practices, and tools.
  • Acquire systems thinking skills that help better understand disease ecosystems, taking into account climate change, change in agricultural practices, etc., that predispose/contribute to disease outbreaks.
  • Learn or strengthen crosscutting research skills(e.g., data modeling/management).

The course is intended for early/mid-career researchers in health (human, animal, environmental), One Health, and associated sectors. Resource persons represent diverse group of experts from public health, infectious diseases, food safety, environmental health, zoonoses
research, education, and outreach in the U.S., Europe, & Asia.

For registration scan the QR code on the flyer or use this link:
For more information and inquiry, contact:

Workshop on Protecting Critical Research At Universities

The results of cutting-edge research at universities will drive future innovation. This webinar will help you recognize the threat of adversarial acquisition and strengthen your contracts and policies to protect your brightest ideas.

Date: April 27, 2023 or August 10, 2023

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Registration Required*

*Each participant must register in advance to attend. Unregistered individuals will not be permitted to join.

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE: hAMRonization 2.0 : A Refresher Course

A workshop entitled hAMRonization 2.0 : A Refresher course jointly organised by the Public Health Alliance for Genomic epidemiology (PHA4GE) Antimicrobial Resistance Sub-Grant Team Malaysia (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, University of Tokyo, University of Buenos Aires and Universiti Putra Malaysia) will be held as below. Registration is free.

Title:hAMRonization 2.0: A Refresher Course

Date: 12th April 2022, Wednesday

Time: 8:30 – 11:30 MYT

Platform: Virtual (online)

Any queries can be directed to Assoc Prof Dr Neoh Hui Min,


We are pleased to share an official open call for applications of the International Short Course on Ecosystem Health  (THOHUN-ELI 2023), One Health and Global Health Short course delivered by multi-disciplinary experts to update knowledge and uplift discipline-based skills and trans-disciplinary skills-Communication & Leadership and Systems Thinking, Collaboration & Partnership, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving.

This year, the course is available in three levels; foundation, intermediate, and advanced. THOHUN will sponsor one student per SEAOHUN member country for advanced level learning in Thailand. More information and registration, please visit:


With Seven-year successful implementation; Recognized by national partners and international peers for One Health Workforce development; The best course to equip knowledge and skills required for One Health implementation and action at the community level. Strengthening of One Health Capacity or survival skills- Critical Thinking, Communication & Informatics, Planning and Management, Collaboration & Partnership, Culture and Belief, Leadership and Systems Thinking within 3 weeks. About 200 alumni who now serve as professional services and education in 9 countries across SEA. 

Basic Level: E-learning on human, animal and environmental health issues and diseases, fundamentals of infectious disease detection and tools, risk analysis, One Health concept and approach, One Health, community outreach and risk communication and social innovation.

Free of charge | throughout the year

Intermediate Level: exclusive E-learning, real application and hand-on practicing with THOHUN-Toolbox kit at home with interactive coaching with facilitators via virtual classrooms.

Registration fee: 500 USD and 411 USD (for THOHUN members)

Course Timing: E-learning on April 1-14, 2023 | Virtual classroom on April 17 – May 3, 2023

Application deadline: April 7, 2023

Advanced Level: E-learning, two-week of capstone-based project for social innovative solution to address One Health problems of a studied community through community- and field-based learning with human, animal, environment and social innovation experts.

Registration fee: 1,070 USD and free for THOHUN members

Course Timing: E-learning on May 1-14, 2023 | Field trip on May 19-30, 2023

Application deadline: April 21, 2023

More information and registration, please visit: and here.

Awards Opportunity! SEAOHUN 2023 One Health Awards
About the program

The SEAOHUN One Health Awards program aims to support in-service health professionals and faculty members in the development of research and training that can have high impact. It is expected that small grants will catalyze innovative field research, curriculum development, and training implementation. This initiative provides critical support for member countries’ activities to advance One Health agendas in respective countries. In addition, it strives to foster multisectoral and multidisciplinary collaboration, as well as cooperation across SEAOHUN member Universities and government agencies of member countries. The proposals can touch upon the broad spectrum of ideas related to the One Health approach, enabling better response to the increasingly complex dilemmas at the convergence of animals, humans, plants, and the environment.

About the One Health Research & Training (OHRT) Awards Objective

In 2023, there will be 2 tracks for the OHRT Awards Programs. Track A will focus on One Health topics except AMR or Covid-19 and Track B will only focus on AMR or Covid-19. Both Tracks will prioritize proposals that address specific One Health issues, develop innovative solutions, promote multi-sector or multi-discipline collaboration, and present a feasible work plan.

Proposal submission deadline: 24 April 2023
Selected proposals will be notified in May 2023


Download the Call for Applications at

and for more info, please visit

New! SEAOHUN 2023 Regional Internship Program

This program will provide opportunities for undergraduate students or recent bachelor’s degree graduates in SEAOHUN member countries to gain hands-on experience working on One Health issues at renown host organizations/institutes for 3 to 6 months locally or cross-countries. In addition to strengthening their skills in One Health, working in a different country will enable interns to obtain exposure to working in a diverse team, cross-cultural experience and opportunities to network and build relationships with host institute and affiliate staff.

Find out detailed information here

Download call for applications and poster:

Submission Link:

Please submit an application by 31 March 2023 as we aim to announce by April 2023! 

Let’s get the word out and spread the news far and wide! We invite you to share this exciting opportunity with your network and encourage eligible candidates to apply. Help us connect with the brightest minds in the region and provide them with a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience in One Health.

Should you have any questions or further information please do not hesitate to contact Aye Chan (SEAOHUN Program Officer)

SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar Topic 1: One Health Career and Professional Development

We are launching our newest program of 2023: SEAOHUN 2023 Virtual Community of Practice (VCoP) Webinar! SEAOHUN VCoP program is introduced to our regional students as one of the SEAOHUN student activities for learning and enhancing One Health knowledge and skills through interactive webinars and sharing sessions from successful One Health professionals.
For the first VCoP webinar session, we will have a panel discussion on “One Health Career and Professional Development” topic. You will learn from our One Health Professional panelists about how to build and map your career pathway toward One health.

Date and Time: Thursday, 16 March 2023, 5:00 – 6:30 PM (ICT).
Registration link:


Download and view more information about the webinar:

Please feel free to circulate this announcement (attached) or this link through your network, especially our students, university/faculty members.

Should you have any questions or further information please do not hesitate to contact Aye Chan (SEAOHUN Program Officer)

Medics Intervarsity Academic Olympiad (MIAO)

Medics Intervarsity Academic Olympiad (MIAO) is back again this year! 📖

For a bit of background info, MIAO 2022 is an inter-university academic-based event. It is a series of competitions as well as a workshop with the theme of Infectious Diseases (HIV/AIDS). 🩸💉

Here are some info on our activities.

For our group competitions, we have 2, which are opened to Medical and Nursing students:

          1. 📷 Short Video Competition
          2. 🖼️ Poster Competition

For our individual competitions, we have 2 which are opened to ONLY Medical students:
          1. 🔠 MCQ Competition
          2. ✍️ OSPE Competition

Lastly, for our workshops, we have a workshop that is opened to Medical and Nursing students:
          1. 👩‍⚕️ Body Interact Session

We thank you all for your support and we look forward to some friendly competition between our universities! 😏😃

For more information on the competitions / workshop, please refer to the drive folder below.

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One Health Workforce Academies (OHWA) Pilot Enrollment

Our OHWA pilot enrollment is now open for registration and now live on the academies website The enrollment period runs through 15 Dec and as a reminder these first pilot courses are offered free of charge.

Please do not hesitate to check it out and share this news to your colleagues, networks, and member universities.

For more information about the courses and to enroll, please follow the link below:

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2022 Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness Challenge FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Social Media Contest


Everyone can suffer from a serious infection that can only be treated with antimicrobials. For the year 2019, it was estimated that 1.27 million human deaths were attributable to bacterial antimicrobial resistance (AMR) (Murray et al., 2022). Hence, it is essential to preserve the efficacy of antimicrobials.

Although AMR is a natural phenomenon, its spread has been exacerbated by the misuse of antimicrobials. This situation does not only concerns human medicine, but also the food production sector, which is responsible for a large part of the global antimicrobial use (PhamDuc et al., 2019). Moreover, AMR can transfer between animals, humans, food and the environment. Thus, all animal health actors (veterinarians, para-veterinarians, pharmacists, farmers, employees of food-production industries or pharmaceutical companies, etc.) have a role to play to ensure antimicrobials are used responsibly.

In this context, the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (RAP) is launching a social media contest with the overall aim to support awareness-raising on the AMR issue. This contest is meant to give a voice to all those  individuals in the food and agriculture sector who are either impacted by AMR or acting at their level to prevent and control the emergence and spread of AMR.


  1. You must be on Twitter or Facebook with a public profile (unprotected tweets or public posts).
  2. Create a short video where you describe your AMR Story. The video must:
    a. Last between 15 seconds and 2 minutes and 20 seconds.
    b. Be in English or with English subtitles.
  3. Post your short video on Twitter or Facebook using #AMRStoryChallenge (see eligibility criteria below).

If you wonder what could be your AMR story, you may ask yourself some of the below questions:

  • Have you already encountered a situation where an animal was infected by an antimicrobial-resistant bacterium?
  • Do you do anything, in your routine practice, to prevent bacterial infections in animals, so that fewer antimicrobials get used?
  • Do you do anything to use antimicrobials more responsibly?
  • Do you have success stories to share? For example, if you are a farmer who succeeded in reducing antimicrobial use thanks to stronger biosecurity, this is a very interesting success story.

Every AMR story is valuable. Just be yourself and sincere when preparing your video. Of course, if you can make something fun, this is even better! If you have some tips or practical solutions to prevent and control AMR in livestock in the field, please explain them in your video, we would be very interested to hear about it.

Please note that each participant must be a citizen of an FAO Member country in Asia and the Pacific. Please also see below for additional eligibility information.

The top three contestants will receive an iPad Mini!


A designated panel of judges will score the videos based on:

  • The accuracy of the information provided in the story.
  • The relevance of the experience sharing and proposed tips to prevent and control AMR in the food and agriculture sector.
  • The quality of the video making.

The contest will run from 5 September, 00.00 to 16 December 2022, 23.59 (UTC +7).

The three winners will be contacted by FAO for their complete contact details. If a winner cannot be traced or does not respond within 5 days following contact via his/her social media profile, or refuses his/her selection, the selection will be forfeited and the next contestant with the highest average score will be selected.


  1. Eligibility.
    a. The Contest is open to individuals (“Entrants”) or groups of individuals who have reached the age of 18 at the time of entering the Contest. FAO
    employees and their immediate family members (spouses, parents, children, siblings and their respective spouses, regardless of where they live) or persons living in the same households of such employees, whether or not related, are not eligible to enter the Contest. FAO will determine eligibility at its sole discretion.
    b. Partners or relations of partner staff of the institutions involved in the launch of contests, and relations of the judging committee, are not eligible to compete.
    c. Entrants who use accompanying music must ensure that they are using
    royalty-free music they are licensed to use or under a creative commons license with proper credit or attribution.
  2. Submission of entries.
    a. FAO reserves the right to disqualify submissions that are not consistent with the Organization’s values and guiding principles.
    b. FAO also reserves the right to verify the eligibility of any entry and/ or entrant (including an entrant’s identity and address) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an entry that is not in accordance with the Contest Rules, including these Rules, including as regards copyright and privacy, or who tampers with the entry process. For the avoidance of doubt, the video should not infringe any intellectual property rights or any right whatsoever of any third party.
    c. FAO will not pay any fees, nor pay any costs relating to, participation in any contest or for the use of any submissions in relation to the contest.
    d. No logos, URLs, telephone numbers, or calls that solicit directly for monetary donations should be included in any material.
    e. FAO will not be responsible, and cannot be held liable, for incomplete, lost, late, misdirected or illegible entries or for failure to receive entries due to transmission failures or technical failures of any kind, including, without
    limitation, malfunctioning of any network, hardware or software, whether originating with sender or for any human error, lost/delayed data transmission, or any other error or malfunction.
    f. By submitting entries to the contest, entrants agree that personal data,
    especially name and address, may be processed, shared, and otherwise used for the purposes and within the context of the contest, FAO institutional activities, and any other purposes outlined in these Rules. The data may also be used by FAO in order to verify the entrant’s identity, postal address and telephone number or to otherwise verify the entrant’s eligibility to participate in the contest.
    g. Nothing in these Contest Rules or in any rules for the contests, nor any acts performed, or statements made in relation to the contests, shall be deemed a waiver, express or implied, of any of the privileges and immunities of FAO.
  3. Copyright ownership and licensing for reproduction.
    a. Entrants must own the copyright of the material they submit to the contest. If the material contains images of a person or persons, entrants must have obtained the permission of those persons for submission of their material to the contest as well as the use of the material by FAO for the purposes described in these General Rules.
    b. FAO will not seek additional approvals in connection with the use of the
    material and it will not be responsible for any claim or complaint alleging
    violation of the rights of third parties.
    c. By entering the Contest, Entrants, while retaining copyright ownership, grant an irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide exclusive license to FAO, for noncommercial purposes, to reproduce, distribute, display and create derivative works of the entries (along with a name credit) in connection with the Contest and the promotion of FAO’s work, in:
    • FAO corporate website:;
    • Corporate videos or digital recordings to illustrate the work of the
    • Printed FAO publications, brochures or posters;
    • Social media channels, including promotion of the Contest itself;
    • Any other media used by FAO in its communications.


You’ve got a question? Feel free to reach out to us at

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One Health Young Leaders and Communicators Program

The MyOHUN One Health Young Leaders and Communicators Program is now open for registration to undergraduate students and limited to 6 participants only. This program, which has been conducted for a number of years, is of great benefit to undergraduate students in enhancing their leadership skills and capabilities in One Health as future leaders in the One Health Workforce.The objectives of the program are as follows:

a. To enhance One Health knowledge among the young leaders
b. To establish sustainable networking for future One Health Workforce
c. To improve leadership and understanding about One Health who embrace the interconnectedness of multiple disciplines.

The Program costs RM900 (USD210) and will include accommodation and all meals throughout the program. Travel expenses are not included.

Please feel free to share this announcement among your friends and colleagues and those who might be interested. The program is also open to international participants as well. For more information, please refer to the attachment. Deadline to register is 25 May 2023.

One Health Field Epidemiology Training Program: An Introductory Course

Attention all public health and epidemiology professionals! Join us for an unforgettable week of active and interactive learning at the One Health Field Epidemiology Training Program from June 11th to June 16th at the stunning Promenade Hotel Kota Kinabalu Sabah.

Our experienced trainers and speakers will guide you through engaging hands-on exercises and real-world case studies designed to enhance your skills and expertise in epidemiology, public health, and the One Health approach.
But that’s not all – you could also network with a multidisciplinary group of like-minded professionals, sharing ideas and insights to help tackle the most pressing public health challenges of our time.

Don’t wait another minute to sign up for the One Health Field Epidemiology Training Program! This program will fill up quickly, so don’t delay – Scan the QR code below and register now to secure your spot!

Apply before: 29th May 2023
For detailed information, please contact En. Shafik at +603 9769 3479 ( or Dr. Yap Wei Boon (

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National Coordinating Office (NCO),
Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN),
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Universiti Putra Malaysia,
43400 Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia

+603 – 9769 3476 / 3477 / 3478

MyOHUN is supported by the U.S Agency for International development Emerging Pandemic Threats 2 program