The One Health Epidemiology Fellowship Program is being implemented in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal as part of the One Health Program in Asia (EuropeAid/ 133708/C/ACT/Multi; Contract DCI-ASIE/2013/331-217) funded by the European Union. The two-year Fellowship Program will be delivered jointly by Massey University of New Zealand and selected collaborating institutions in each of the participating countries as a full-time postgraduate education and applied training program in which a cohort of six participants from the human health, domestic animal health, and wildlife health sectors in each country study and work together from October 2014 to October 2016.
In Afghanistan there is little officially reported data to understand the incidence and impact of
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a serious cause of mortality and disability in humans, particularly
Scrub typhus is an emerging disease in Bhutan that was first diagnosed in 2008.
A major risk factor for Nipah encephalitis in people in Bangladesh is thought to be the consumpti
For more than two decades no rabies cases have been reported in the interior areas of Bhutan, the
A newly introduced subtype of avian influenza virus (AIV) could spread rapidly through poultry in
Brucellosis is disease that is endemic in cattle, buffalo, yaks, goats and sheep in Nepal, which