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Maria Belu, DVM, a veterinary public health resident at Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine recently returned to Addis Ababa University to lead a week-long training program to help train students and faculty how to vaccinate dogs against rabies.

As a Fulbright Award recipient from The Ohio State University's College of Nursing, Associate Professor Timothy Landers, PhD, has made great strides since being in Ethiopia.

GOHi Executive Director addresses current global challenges and calls on universities to help face these critical challenges.

The curriculum evaluation tool developed by Professor Armando Hoet, at Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, is on target to be used in other disciplines to evaluate proficiency of professionals’ competencies at day one after graduation.

The Ohio State University’s Global One Health initiative (GOHi) is now offering a new PhD fellowship as part of the One Health East Africa Research and Training (OHEART) Program.

The College of Public Health and the College of Veterinary Medicine partnered with Ohio State’s Global One Health initiative (GOHi) to establish a Graduate Certificate in Global One Health.

The Global One Health initiative and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center will collaborate on a research project to build capacity and identify ways to help improve the nutrition and growth of children who live in rural Ethiopia.

Wondwossen Gebreyes, executive director of GOHi, participated in a panel discussion during the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) annual Best Practices in Internationalization Conference for higher education professionals.

Global One Health initiative Executive Director was honored as a distinguished alumnus by North Carolina State University. NC State recognized Gebreyes for his being at the forefront of One Health.

On November 11, GOHi hosted opening ceremonies for its new regional Eastern Africa office in Addis Ababa. This office will enable GOHi to better address the issues of One Health in the region.