|NO||UNIVERSITY||DATE||LOCATION||TITLE||OBJECTIVE AND GOAL|
|1||International Islamic University Malaysia||13 – 14 April 2019||Kampung Permatang Badak, Kuantan, Pahang||One Health-Communication for Behavioural Impact (OH-COMBI) 2019||i) 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
|2||Universiti Teknologi MARA||29 -30 June 2019||Kampung Labohan Dagang & Tadom Hills Resort, Banting, Selangor||Preserving 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.
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.
|3||Universiti Malaysia Kelantan||20 April 2019||Sekolah Menengah Sains Tengku Muhammad |
Faris Petra, Kelantan
|Raising One Health Awareness of Leptospirosis in Kelantan||i) 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
|4||Universiti Malaysia Sarawak||Phase 1: 27 April 2019||Pusat Islam Tun Abang Salahuddin, UNIMAS, |
|Fight Against Rabies Program 2019||i) 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 2019||Student Pavillion, UNIMAS, Sarawak||Rabies Awareness Forum 2019|
|5||Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia||Phase 1: 9 February 2019||Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, |
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
|3D One Health Interactive Games: Discover, Design, Deliver||Phase 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 2019||Faculty 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 2019||Perkampungan Orang Asli Yum, Sungai Siput, |
|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
|6||Universiti Sains Malaysia||27 April 2019||Pantai Melawi, Bachok, Kelantan||Let’s Get to Know Zoonotic Diseases: Transmission and Prevention |
|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
|7||Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia||29 November – 1 December 2019||Kampung Sungai Tiang, Royal Belum, Gerik, Perak||Royal Belum Outreach Grand Venture||i) 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
|8||Universiti Putra Malaysia||1 December 2019||Hospital Pengajar, Universiti Putra Malaysia||Rabies Run 2019||i) 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