Around 75% of infectious disease threats originated from livestock and wildlife. The alteration and destabilization of human, animal, and wildlife interface lead to increasing risks of infectious disease outbreak around the world including Indonesia as one of zoonoses hotspot. Therefore, coordination and multi-disciplinary collaboration across human, animal, and wildlife are necessary to maintain global health. Collaboration among One Health Workforces including academician plays a strong role to prevent, detect, and respond the threat through research.

As a network focusing on capacity building, INDOHUN will provide funding related to prevent, detect, and respond skill to infectious disease and emerging pandemics with One Health approach in Indonesia.It aims to improve the One Health Workforce capacity to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious diseases through multi-disciplinary research collaboration.

Award Information

  1. INDOHUN provides grant for 3 selected projects/proposals, amount of $8,200 for each grantee.
  2. Award funds may be used to support reasonable and necessary direct costs to carry out the project, and will only be distributed based on actual expenses as detailed in the project’s budget.
  3. The principal investigator will be responsible for managing the award.
  4. There is a standard budget template, and each grantee should follow this template. The template is available below.
  5. Grantee must acquireethical clearance once the proposal is accepted.
  6. The payment will be divided into two terms. To receive the second payment, grantees should submit the first report.
  7. The duration of this program is April–September 2017.

Eligibility Criteria

Academicians from universities in Indonesia could submit a proposal through this call. Please see the eligibility criteria below.

  1. Eligible academicians for this call are researchers, lecturers, academic staff, and research assistants who are working in infectious disease and emerging pandemics.
  2. Each research team should consist multi-discipline and multi-faculties or/and multi-universities.
  3. Each research team should include at least one graduate student.
  4. Each research team must consider gender equality/ balance

Application and Submission Information

  1. Application Submission Procedure

The application must include two components: a technical application and cost application. Any pages submitted more than the requirements detailed in this section will be discarded and will not be reviewed.

  1. Technical Application Format (limited to 10 pages exclude the appendix)

A complete technical application includes proposal and appendix. Applicants should prepare a proposalin Times New Roman 11, single-spaced, on A4 (8.27” x 11.69”) paper, with normal margins.


Proposal Format

Point b, c and d should be limited to 7 pages.

  1. Project title
  2. Project Description

This project description should includebackground, objective, significance, innovation, and approach/ method. Please see the proposal template for further explanations.

  1. Explanation of research phases
  2. Timeline
  3. References


Appendix Format

  1. Project team and their relevant expertise
  2. Biosketches
  1. Cost Application Format

Resources and budget, including justification and potential external sources of future funding for the continuation project. Please see the budget template for further explanations

  1. Submitting Process

Please submit your application with “OH Collaborative Study Award 2017 Application” as Subject, to The announcement will be uploaded at website on March 27, 2017, and you will also get a notification through your email.

Evaluation Criteria

  • Innovation
  • Intellectual merit
  • Potential for impact
  • Clarity of goals
  • Feasibility of timeline
  • Appropriateness of budget
  • Potential for future external funding, including how the work relates to a funding agency’s mission statement

Accepted Administration Information

Each accepted proposal need acquire ethical clearance (for human and animal if the project related to animal) from IRB (International Review Board), IACUC (Institusional Animal Care and Use Committee), and additional documents required. The documents are needed to ensure that local approval processes are sufficient to be considered equivalent to IRB and IACUC prodecures in the United States.

The additional documents required include:

  1. A full description of the process/ procedure (IRB or IRB-equivalent, IACUC or IACUC-equivalent, National Research boards, local permits, etc.)
  2. Submission requirements for researchers
  3. How the review process is completed and by whom it is completed
  4. Who the committee members are
  5. Committee meeting times, etc.

Important Dates

Proposal submission deadline        : March 15, 2017
Proposal acceptance notification   : March  27, 2017
Ethical Clearance                                   : April-May 2017
Project dates                                            : May- September, 2017
Reporting dates                                      : October 30, 2017


For further information, please contact us:

G Building 3rd Floor 316
Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
Kampus Baru UI Depok, West Java, 16424
Phone/Fax : (+62) 21-29302084
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