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


 

News

  • Check out our new publication on the molecular characteristics of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in environmental samples and faecal samples from biogas users in Bac Giang, Vietnam


  • At the closing workshop of the project on Market-Based approaches to improve the safety of pork in Vietnam” (SafePORK), on March 28, the representative of the project said that the intervention packages have helped to improve the quality of pork products and improve the sanitation efficiency of the selling place and the slaughterhouses.


  • SafePORK (2017-2023) is a project funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and co-implemented by the ILRI, the Việt Nam National University of Agriculture (VNUA), the Hà Nội University of Public Health (HUPH), National Institute of Animal Sciences (NIAS) and University of Sydney.Vietn


  • Online course focused on applying the Lawa Model One Health approach to disease control in the community


  • This report represents a collaborative effort in which all implementing partners and University Networks within the One Health WorkforceNext Generation project provided content.


  • On 10th August 2022 in Thai Binh, the Center for Public Health and Ecosystem Research, Hanoi University of Public Health has organized a kick-off meeting of the project “Intervention to decrease Carbapenem resistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE) colonization and transmission between hospitals, households, communities and domesticated animals” (I-CRECT).


  • There is a free showcase event:

    The Future of Food Vietnam: Sustainable Business Innovation Showcase
    KOTO Studio located inside the Hafele Building
    Level 7, 128D Thuy Khue, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi
    Monday 20 June 2022, 16:00 – 19:00 


  • On the morning of May 17, Dr. Pham Duc Phuc - Deputy Director of Center for Research on Public Health and Ecosystems (CENPHER) - University of Public Health (HUPH) and his associates had a meeting and discussion with international experts about the disbursement procedures of the I-CRECT project according to the provisions of the sponsor - ICARS organization at the meeting room A421 - HUPH.


  • WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT STOP Spillover?

    Animals are the source of more than 70% of new, emerging, and re-emerging infectious illnesses. The COVID-19 pandemic exemplifies the enormous worldwide dangers that can arise when zoonotic illnesses spread to humans.


  • [JOB OPPORTUNITY] STOP Spillover Project continues to recruit:
    1) Monitoring, Mapping and Modeling (SMM) - part-time 30%
    2) Risk Analysis and Communication (RAC) - part-time 30%
    For more details, please follow the link below:
    - Technical staff - Risk analysis and communication (RAC): https://www.ngocentre.org.vn/jobs/country-technical-officer-%E2%80%93-ri... communication-rac


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