Scientists sampling bats
Scientists sample a bat as part of disease surveillance. The One Health Workforce – Next Generation project will develop sustainable training programs that empower professionals in Central/East Africa and Southeast Asia to address complex health threats, including antimicrobial resistance and zoonotic disease. (PREDICT)

USAID Award Supports New Project Led by UC Davis One Health Institute

By Kat Kerlin, UC Davis

"The U.S. Agency for International Development will award up to $85 million over the next five years to the University of California, Davis’ One Health Institute and consortium partners to implement the One Health Workforce—Next Generation project.

The project intends to enhance global health security by strengthening the capacity of university networks and their member institutions in Africa and Southeast Asia. The team will develop and deliver sustainable training and programs that build the capacity of national ministries and the private sector to prevent and quickly respond to disease threats using a One Health approach across human, animal and environmental sectors."

Read the full article at UC Davis News.

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