Global One Health initiative



More than 86,000 dogs and cats have been vaccinated in Ethiopia against rabies as part of GOHi's collaborative project, CDC - Global Health Security.

Our planet constantly faces many major complex health challenges.

Ohio State’s Global One Health initiative (GOHi) enhances the capacity of our university and our global partners for the mutual benefit of solving the toughest health challenges of our time

As a 21st century land-grant university, The Ohio State University aims for excellence in service to the state of Ohio, the nation and the world. GOHi’s strategic goals align with the university’s pursuit of excellence—particularly in its responsibility to serving the global community (local, national, international).

Excellence takes time to build year over year. We invite you to join us on this exciting journey. Give today and become part of the GOHi family. We are all stronger together.

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A gift to GOHi will support research, training and outreach programs that improve and secure our global health systems.

With your help, we can create a world with sustained capacity of institutional systems that support and advance health and an enduring global community.

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Feature stories

pallavi oruganti In 2019, GOHi was able to support Pallavi Oruganti, a student in the College of Veterinary Medicine, through the college's Global Engagement Program travel award.

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Thomas Mack Thomas Mack, DVM, is an Ohio State graduate and distinguished alumnus of the College of Veterinary Medicine and generous supporter of GOHi's capacity building and rabies prevention efforts in Ethiopia.

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