Uganda Rolls Out One Health Strategy Development Process
On May 30 – June 1, 2017, P&R facilitated a three-day One Health Strategy Development Workshop with the Uganda Zoonotic Disease Coordination Office (ZDCO). The workshop was conducted in response to the need for more well-defined collaborative activities between representatives from the human, animal and environmental health sectors under the Uganda National One Health Platform.
USAID Indonesia held a series of consultation meetings alongside EPT 2 partners, and diverse government stakeholders on July 17, 2017. The three day meeting was designed to highlight the EPT 2 program’s achievements, plans and challenges in Indonesia.
Held annually, the EPT 2 Strategic Planning Meeting is a critical opportunity to raise awareness on the program’s progress and impact, while ensuring the program remains aligned with the Indonesian government’s priorities and other partner priorities.
P&R assisted in organizing this exchange meeting that was well attended by representatives from the Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Cultural Affairs (Kemenko PMK), Ministry of Health (MOH), Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), and many others. EPT 2 partners allocated day one of this meeting to internal planning and partner updates on overall objectives, key achievements, and activities for Y-4. They were also able to exchange ideas and raise challenges for improved coordination and communication going forward. The latter two days featured presentations, and panel discussions for key stakeholders to provide direct feedback in line with project priorities.
One Health Technical Advisor, Uganda
Winyi Kaboyo serves as the National One Health Technical Advisor for P&R in Uganda. Winyi joins the project from his... Read More