The SEAOHUN Small Grants Program 2020
The SEAOHUN Small Grants Program aims to support One Health faculty in development of new research and training that can have high impact. It is expected that Small Grants will catalyze innovative research, curriculum development and training implementation. This initiative is critical to further support member countries’ activities, increase SEAOHUN’s visibility, and the visibility of One Health Workforce Next Generation project with the support of USAID. In addition, it strives to foster multisectoral collaboration, as well as cooperation across Universities and country networks. The proposals can address broad spectrum of ideas related to One Health approach, enabling better response to the increasingly complex dilemmas at the convergence of animals, humans, plants, and the environment.
The SEAOHUN Small Grants Program Objective is to enable faculty members of the member country networks to develop innovative ideas and implement pilot projects that advance training and education on prioritized One Health core competencies and technical skills.
The Small Grants projects must be implemented in six months starting no later than October 2020
The total amount of the proposal should not exceed 10,000 USD.
- Be submitted by the SEAOHUN faculty members from its member universities
- (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam) expansion countries ( Myanmar).
- The proposal should address specific challenges within a broad spectrum of topics related to One Health.
- The applicants have to prepare robust safety measures plan in line with WHO recommendations on COVID-19, USAID COVID-19 Guidance for Implementing Partners, and national government recommendations.
- Priority will be given to Small Grants Program applications that promote a collaborative approach by linking two or more researchers in different disciplines and/or different universities within the network.
- All proposals must be in English.
Proposal Assessment Criteria
Application deadline: 16 August 2020