Welcome to South Asia One Health Diseases Surveillance Network

South Asia One Health Network Secretariat established

The members of SAOH Network  approved Khesar Gyalpo University of Medical Sciences, in Bhutan, as the first secretariat for this nascent network with the financial support of Ending Pandemics in September 2019. 

South Asia Network develops a list of priority diseases

Ending Pandemics Director, Nomita Divi, recently ran a workshop in partnership with Sandia National Laboratories. The purpose of this workshop was for the eight countries in South Asia to develop a list of priority diseases for regional surveillance.



The Unlikeliest Pandemic Success Story

The Unlikeliest Pandemic Success Story

How did a tiny, poor nation manage to suffer only one death from the coronavirus? On January 7, a 34-year-old man who had been admitted to a hospital in Bhutan’s capital, Thimphu, with preexisting liver and kidney problems died of COVID-19. His was the country’s first...

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One Health Day Event

One Health Day Event

Centre for One Health Education, Advocacy, Research and Training and International Veterinary Student’s Association, Pookode“One Health Day- November 2020”Theme: “BUILDING NEXT GENERATION STUDENT ONE HEALTH LEADERS FOR HEALTHIER PLANET” Objective: Our objective...

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World Rabies Day Webinar on 28 September 2020

World Rabies Day Webinar on 28 September 2020

Rabies is endemic in both humans and animals in the Asia Pacific Region (AP Region), with dogmediated rabies being the predominant source of disease. However, it is often under-reported and is therefore considered to be a neglected disease. Over 95% of human rabies...

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