SACIDS is a ONE HEALTH consortium of southern African medical and veterinary, academic and research institutions involved with infectious diseases of humans and animals in the DRC , Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Tanzania, In an innovative partnership with world-renowed centres of research in industrialised countries.
Championing Disease Surveillance Research
From targeted sample collection and nucleic acid preparation to DNA sequencing and analysis; SACIDS leads the way in Disease Surveillance Research, thanks to its wide network of African research institutions and Smart Partners
Towards One Africa, One Health
We vision a Sub-Saharan African society protected from devastating infectious diseases affecting the health of humans, animals and ecosystems, thereby promoting livelihoods, socio-economic development including market access and the environment
Innovation, Science, Technology
Harnessing innovation science and technology to improve Sub-Saharan Africa's capacity to detect, identify and monitor infectious diseases
Latest News
Executive summary Antibiotics and other antimicrobials are failing to cure infectious diseases that were previously managed successful­ly due to the fact that the pathogens (microbes) have developed resistance to the antimicrobials. This situation is referred to as antimicrobial resistance (AMR). AMR has reached a critical point and has now become  ... Read More
Executive Summary Control of RFV including vaccination of live­stock in Tanzania has being implemented af­ter the onset of disease outbreak, and with­out informed risk-based resource-allocation decisions. To be cost-effective, strategic interventions including pre-emptive vacci­nation of livestock against RVF should be proportional  ... Read More
The African Centers of Excellence Project in Southern and East Africa has approved two Centers at Sokoine University of Agriculture, including the African Center of Excellence for Infectious Diseases of Humans and Animals in Southern and East Africa (SACIDS-ACE).   The objective of the ACE II project is to strengthen selected Eastern and Southern  ... Read More
We have made some good progress in our strategy to promote community level One Health security, which is presented in this fourth issue of TechnoHealth Surveillance.  We are very excited to have introduced to community our research project titled “Enhancing community-based disease outbreak detection and response in East and Southern Africa”.  ... Read More
Siku ya Veterinari Duniani mwaka 2016 itaadhimishwa Duniani kote tarehe 30 April 2016. Nchini  Tanzania maadhimisho haya yanaandaliwa na Chama cha Madaktari wa Wanyama (TVA),kwa kushirikiana na Wizara ya Kilimo Mifugo na Uvuvi, Baraza la Veterinari, Taasisi isiyo ya kiserikali ya  Mbwa Wa Africa ,Chama cha Madaktari wa Wanyama Duninani(WVA)  ... Read More
Three leading international One Health groups, the One Health Commission, the One Health Initiative Autonomous pro bono Team, and the One Health Platform Foundation are partnering to create a global “One Health Day”.   On November 3, individuals and groups from around the world, from academic to corporate & non-profit,  ... Read More
 Introduction The MSTAH will be offered as a blended programme (combined web-based and face-to-face) in collaboration with the Department of Veterinary Tropical Diseases of the University of Pretoria (UP). Timeline January 2017 - December 2018: 2 years Registration Below, you can find the admission requirements for the course (and for the  ... Read More
Welcome to this second edition of the TechnoHealth surveillance Newsletter, please see attached.   As we highlighted in the first issue, our ambition is to promote community level One Health security contributing to disease detection and response at all levels. We have been motivated by the feedbacks received from our readers following the release  ... Read More
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