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.



Thailand’s Experience in the COVID-19 Response

Thailand’s Experience in the COVID-19 Response

The COVID-19 pandemic has become a global threat with devastating consequences. No single country alone can tackle the devastation and multifaceted challenges posed by this pandemic. Intense cooperation and collaboration are needed at all levels to curb the pandemic,...

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Worldwide Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Top 2 Million

As bleak a milestone in the pandemic as the new figures are, unconfirmed cases are believed to be far higher. More than 130,000 people have died from Covid-19.Read full articleSource: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/15/world/coronavirus-cases-world.html

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Control measures taken by MoPH-Afghanistan

Coordination: Emergency CommitteeHealth Cluster EPR CommitteeIHR CommitteeSurveillance and Lab:Case Definition developed and sharedAssigning of surveillance team for investigation in PoEsEnhances surveillance in PoEScreening of passengers with china travel history in...

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