Aim of Survey

NCO INDOHUN had conducted a total of eight training sessions since 2013 to public which consist of academicians and young professionals in health-related fields. The training and activites are:

  1. One Health Community Empowerment;
  2. Global Health True Leaders;
  3. One Health Training Module;
  4. International Grant Writing Workshop and Conference;
  5. Grant Writing Workshop on One Health;
  6. Training of Trainers;
  7. Training for Future One Health Workforce and
  8. International Symposium on One Health.

The series of training are aimed to instill the attendees with several skills, most notably the “One Health” concept –Both theoretical and practical. Therefore, NCO INDOHUN primarily wants to examine the impact of such activities to the trainees’ capacity building, which are the basis for the Tracer Study inquiries. To assess the impact of NCO INDOHUN training and activities, this Tracer Study employs three core variables, which are:

  1. Employability Assessment: To examine how well the trainees are able to secure employment and develop their respective professional careers after NCO INDOHUN training.
  2. Specific Training Questions: To examine the efficiency of each of the eight training/activities conducted by NCO INDOHUN.
  3. Impact Assessment and Capacity: To measure the impact of training to respondent’s capacity building other than job employment opportunities.
  4. Communications: To examine respondent’s behavior and trend in getting information related to INDOHUN training and activities
Data Collection Methodology

The Tracer Study is a quantitative survey, which means that the data collection employs questionnaire with pre-constructed series of variables and questions. The data collection for the survey is conducted online by using an online survey platform Qualtrics. The selection of the respondents employs stratified random sampling method. The number of the respondents for this survey is 279.

  • Academicians with 228 respondents and Young Professionals with 51 respondents.
  • For Academicians, female constitutes 63% of the population and male constitutes 37% of the population.
  • For Young Professionals, female constitutes 69% of the population and male constitutes 31% of the population.
Statistical Analysis

Two steps of statistical analysis:

  1. Described the characteristic of tracer study respondent using descriptive analysis.
  2. Performed exploratory analysis to understand the correlation between two or more explanatory variables


Respondents below 34 years of age is unemployed due to looking for a job or still pursuing their educations


Women constitute ¾ of the total unemployed respondents in this survey


Unemployed participant is respondents who having bachelor’s degree


One in Two respondents monthly income between 5-7.5 Million Rupiah and less

The training respondents mostly residing in Java with lesser number in Sumatera and Bali-Nusa Tenggara


Unemployment is an issue for those who are recent Bachelors


Respondent with “Public Health” background have higher rate of unemployment



training participants get employed in highly relevant or somewhat relevant job to their previous INDOHUN trainings


NCO INDOHUN training have helped 32% of training respondents securing their job position


Respondents who pursuing further education after NCO INDOHUN training have higher chance to get employed

The number of female respondents who are unemployed is almost twice as much as the unemployed male respondents


Young Professionals have twice as much percentage than Academicians in terms of the unemployment rate. The main issues is burreaucratic problem



of 16-24years old respondent is unemployed. The unemployment rate is increasing through the youngest respondent


Respondent shows that NCO INDOHUN’s effort on assisting them to find a job are “Helpful” and “Somewhat Helpful”

NCO INDOHUN is considered by the respondents of lacking giving assistance when respondents are facing lack of job availability


NCO INDOHUN was considered as “Not Helping At All” related to job assistance 18 times higher among women compare to men

Young professional who hired after following NCO INDOHUN training is 5 times higher compare with academician


One Health Community Empowerment

(Maximum Score: 15)

  • Improving capacity to prevent infectious disease using One Health approach (12) 80% 80%
  • Giving experience how to solve One Health problems and challenges in the real situation (12) 80,00% 80,00%
  • Enhancing capacity in implementing One Health approach (12) 80,00% 80,00%
  • Gaining experience on how to deal with real life problems related to health in community (13) 86,67% 86,67%

Global Health True Leaders

(Maximum Score: 138)

  • Expanding the global health true leaders network across profession & strengthen collaboration between professionals from various disciplines (108) 78,26% 78,26%
  • Sharing the benefits of global health true leaders program to as many potential health workfroces at national, regional and international level (101) 73,19% 73,19%
  • Enhancing leadership, advocacy, and multi-sectoral collaboration capacity amongst students and young professionals (109) 78,99% 78,99%
  • Developing comptencies on controlling infectious disease using One Health approach (71) 51,45% 51,45%

One Health Training Module

(Maximum Score: 63)

  • Developing capacity to collaborate in multidisciplinary area using One Health approach (50) 79,37% 79,37%
  • Enhancing capacity to develop effective off topic/program in preventing infectious disease threats in community (45) 71,43% 71,43%
  • Facilitating practical strategy in increasing future/current work force capacity by inserting One Health approach into faculty courses (47) 74,60% 74,60%
  • Fostering partnership and multi-discipline collaboration to increase health workforce capacity (47) 74,60% 74,60%

International Grant Writing Workshop and Conference

(Maximum Score: 93)

  • Facilitating dissemination on scientific research publication (65) 69,89% 69,89%
  • Raising competencies about research publication that eligible to be published by international journal (71) 76,34% 76,34%
  • Building comprehension about method and principal on writing grant proposal (73) 78,49% 78,49%
  • Building knowledge about proposal selection evaluation component (76) 81,72% 81,72%
  • Raising awareness about grant research and publication opportunity at national and international level (78) 83,87% 83,87%

Grant Writing Workshop on One Health

(Maximum Score: 54)

  • Facilitating further collaboration opportunity between workshop participant (42) 77,78% 77,78%
  • Assisting in writing a winning research grant proposal that eligible to be funded by national and international donor agencies (41) 75,93% 75,93%
  • Improving comprehension about the fundamental aspects of a fundable grant proposal (45) 83,33% 83,33%
  • Giving knowledge about challenges in developing grant proposal (42) 77,78% 77,78%

Training of Trainers

(Maximum Score: 39)

  • Enchancing collaboration between potential trainers from different universities (28) 71,79% 71,79%
  • Improving capability in developing training concept (29) 74,36% 74,36%
  • Improving capability in constructing the step of the training (29) 74,36% 74,36%
  • Designing and planning training for future health workforce in Universities (30) 76,92% 76,92%
  • Improving capability as facilitators (32) 82,05% 82,05%

Training for Future One Health Workforce

(Maximum Score: 9)

  • Providing skill and knowledge in controlling specific zoonoses disease in their own area collaboratively (6) 66,67% 66,67%
  • Improving understanding to collaborate in multi-sectoral area using One Health approach to control zoonoses and infectious disease (7) 77,78% 77,78%
  • Building awareness on global health issues especially in their own area (7) 77,78% 77,78%
  • Building knowledge about One Health concept (7) 77,78% 77,78%

International Symposium on One Health

(Maximum Score: 26)

  • Enhancing leadershop and other One Health competency skills of student participants as well as improve their knowledge of global health issues (26) 100,00% 100,00%
  • Engaging key stakeholders and institutions working on One Heath related activities and build linkages, foster cooordination and communication (23) 88,46% 88,46%
  • Promoting One Health approach and disseminate One Health best practices in Southeast Asia region (26) 100,00% 100,00%
  • Sharing state-of-the art research on infectious zoonotic and emerging disease (25) 96,15% 96,15%

NCO INDOHUN was able to provide adequate quality of learning tools such as the learning materials and the lecturers but the quality of social interaction between teaching staff as well as the labor market relevancy need to improve


More than 50% of respondents experienced the training conditions and provisions are “very good” or “good”


1 out of 2 training participants respond “Good” or “Very Good” to INDOHUN training in terms of supporting the professional capability and job-seeking capability



Respondent answered the clarity of technical knowledge socialized at INDOHUN training with either “Adequate Understanding” or “Very Clear Understanding”


Respondent would recommend the INDOHUN training to their colleagues


or more of respondent accessing INDOHUN Newsletter and Website 3 times or more in the last year but mostly through email notification


of the respondents followed any NCO INDOHUN social media accounts –whether Instagram or Facebook


of unemployed “Never” open the INDOHUN website which counted for 2 times higher than the employed respondents

There is no significant pattern between male and female on accessing INDOHUN newsletter.


Sources of information respondents received related to INDOHUN Training Social links or technologies which relies more on social links such as: E-mails, Friends/Colleagues, WA group or University/Faculty


The types of information that the respondents would like to be regularly-updated through NCO INDOHUN websites/newsletter is about training, conferences and information related to health sciences



Remarks of Findings

The results given in all of the report show that NCO INDOHUN activities have different impacts to different kinds of people as well as different kinds of efficiency. Related to employability, NCO INDOHUN should enhance on assisting them finding a job and improve their qualification on finding a related job with their background especially for the most vulnerable group such as younger respondent and women. Overall the training program efficiency are efficient but several programs need to improve the efficiency on theoretical transfer of knowledge and theoretical understanding. Furthermore, employed respondents are most likely to access INDOHUN email newsletter and website than the unemployed respondents. Disseminating the INDOHUN information through social circles is more efficient than individual-based social media platform.