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Things you need to Know about International Student One Health Alliance (ISOHA )

The international Student One Health Alliance is the platform for students to collaborate and share One Health educational and professional development opportunities. The main goal is to connect students across the world interested in the connections between animal health, human health, and environmental health.

The importance of having one health approach

The areas of work in which a One Health approach is particularly relevant include food safety, the control of zoonoses (diseases that can spread between animals and humans, such as flu, rabies and Rift Valley Fever), and combatting antibiotic resistance (when bacteria change after being exposed to antibiotics and become more difficult to treat).


ISOHA activities

ISOHA has several programs well designed to provide enough information about one health approaches, they conduct webinars, mentorship programs, Educational journal among the few to mention.

Check out ISOHA’s programs and events, and more external opportunities here.

See the One Health Commission’s opportunities as they work to consolidate resources. Note their links for Grants/Funding opportunities & Travel Awards

ISOHA Network members may also be interested in opportunities offered by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH), or the Planetary Health Alliance (PHA)

ISOHA Student Resources

You Can Learn How to Implement One Health

Planning a One Health Event?

ISOHA can help you to plan for a one health event in your home country by providing necessary guidance.

Starting and Running a One Health Club

  • Club Start-Up Toolkit – Manual on starting and operating a OH club
  • Reach out to your continent representatives or any nearby clubs for help on starting and running your own.

One Health Advocacy

Join ISOHA in raising awareness for the One Health approach and encouraging interdisciplinary thinking in the next generation of scientists and health professionals!

Join  ISOHA webiner 

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