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TRUNG TÂM NGHIÊN CỨU Y TẾ CÔNG CỘNG VÀ HỆ SINH THÁI
CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AND ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH
CENPHER


 

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  • The State Secretary will be accompanied by a delegation of representatives from major Swiss universities of various scientific disciplines (ETH Zurich, EPFL Lausanne, University of Geneva, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute).


  • Established in June 2012, the Center for Research in Public Health and Ecosystems (CENPHER) is a research unit under the University of Public Health, focusing on interdisciplinary research. The Center's three main development directions include: research, training and service provision, towards developing the link between health and environment in Vietnam and the region.


  • The workshop is a collaboration between IFAD and IWMI to explore the potential for scaling business models that reuse agro-industrial waste. Resource Recovery and Reuse (RRR) research group in IWMI has developed a database of more than 150 reuse business cases and has analyzed more than 50 cases in detail. These empirical business cases have helped the RRR team develop 20+ conceptual business models that are geared to converting domestic and agro-industrial waste into value-added products such as compost, energy and water.


  • Recruitment: Research assisstant in Food Safety and Risk Analysis at Hanoi School of Public Health

    Position: Research assisstant

    Duration: fulltime, from 12 to 36 months starting from end of June 2014

    Institution and Project


  • The purpose of this survey was to understand how participants of One Health related events view the One Health approach and integrate it into their work. In January 2014, an online survey was sent to individuals who participated in One Health related events as part of the USAID funded RESPOND Project since its inception in 2009. Respondents are overwhelmingly positive about their experiences, but also provided concrete suggestions on how to improve and expand One Health efforts within their home institutions and countries.


  • The Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop MP has awarded John Dillon Fellowships to nine talented agricultural research managers from the Indian Ocean Asia Pacific who are at the forefront of the development of their agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries in their countries.


  • The Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN) invited more than 20 participants from the Southeast Asian One Health University Network (SEAOHUN)to a regional workshop, funded by USAID-RESPOND program, on diagnosis and profiling of Leptospirosis, held on 4-7 February 2014, at Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside Hotel and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia.

    Participants were:


  • The One Health approach has received strong concern from the Government of Vietnam through many national and local activities. Highlights have been (i) the National Convention on the application of a One Health approach to the risk of infectious diseases in human - animal ecosystems in Vietnam; (ii) a Joint Circular from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development providing Guidelines for coordination on prevention of disease transmission from animals to humans; (iii) Development of necessary capacity to support the One Health approach; (iv) Building and develop One Health courses into training programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels


  • From January 17 to 26, 2014, in Makassar City, South Sulawesi, Indonesia took place the "Global Health Leadership" program organized by the "One Health Network of Indonesian Universities" (Indonesia) One Health University Network - INDOHUN) in partnership with USAID and the Army of Wirabuana Makassar VII.


  • “Soft skills”, a term refer to communication, team-work, or CV writing skills are necessary for graduates who are looking for jobs after universities.  Employers usually highly appreciate the candidates who are confident with good communication and scientific work skill, and the candidates who have good time-arrange skill and effective teamwork skill. However in Vietnam, soft skills are not often provided through the formal education channel, but only the subjects related to “professional subjects and hard skills”.


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