Registrations

Registration fees

 AttendanceRegistration fees
Until 30 June 2024From 1 July 2024 onwards
DelegatesLive

ZAR18,000

USD980

ZAR20,000

USD1,085

Students*Live

ZAR9,000

USD490

ZAR11,000

USD595

Early Career Scientists**Live

ZAR9,000

USD490

ZAR11,000

USD595

Participants from Africa and LMICs (Low and Lower Middle Income Countries as per World Bank list)***Live

ZAR9,000

USD490

ZAR11,000

USD595

DelegatesOn demand

ZAR 9,000

USD 490

Students*On demand

ZAR 4,500

USD 245

Early Career Scientists**On demand

ZAR 4,500

USD 245

Participants from Africa and LMICs (Low and Lower Middle Income Countries as per World Bank list)***On demand

ZAR 4,500

USD 245

All registration fees are in South African Rand (ZAR). More info here...

* Students must upload a proof of status.

The proof of status can be a scan of your valid student ID card if issued in English or a confirmation from the Dean’s Office in English.The document should contain the same name and surname as your Conftool registration account and should contain an expiry date.

** Early Career Scientists must upload a proof of status.

This fee is only payable by Early Career Scientists who did not apply for a grant or Early Career Scientists who applied but were not awarded a grant.Early Career Scientists are senior PhD students expected to complete their dissertation within a year of the conference or holding a PhD or a clinical qualification for less than 3 years at the time of the conference.The proof of status must be issued in English on institution’s letterhead from a faculty member or Department Head.The document should contain the same name and surname as your Conftool registration account and should contain an expiry date.

*** Participants from Africa or LMICs (Low and Lower Middle Income Countries) must upload a proof of status.

This fee is only payable by participants from Africa or LMICs who did not apply for a grant or LMIC participants who applied but were not awarded a grant. African and LMIC participants are employed or study at an organization in Africa or in a low or lower middle income country, according to the World Bank List (download list here).The proof of status must be issued in English on your institution’s or organization’s letterhead from a faculty member or Department Head.The document should contain the same name and surname as your Conftool registration account and should contain the date of issue.

What is included in the live registration fee?

Welcome Networking drink on 20 September 2024

Access to all Conference Sessions and Special Partner Sessions (except for exhibitors)

Coffee Breaks

Conference Lunches

Light refreshments during the 2 poster sessions

On demand access to all the sessions through the virtual platform after the congress

What is included in the on demand registration fee?

Access to all participant profiles and posters through the virtual platform during the congress

On demand access to all sessions through the virtual platform after the congress

Cancellation policy

In case of cancellation before 1 June 2024, the applicant will receive a refund of 50% of the registration fee. On or after 1 June 2024, no refund will be payable to the applicant.

Available support

One Health Early Career Scientists’ Fund and the LMIC Participants’ Fund

Grants submission closed
Fellowship Fund

The global One Health Community actively supports the work of early career scientists through the One Health Early Career Scientists’ Fund which provides registration, travel and accommodation grants to early career scientists.

Furthermore, the global One Health Community actively supports the participation of delegates from LMICs (as defined by the World Bank list) by also providing registration, travel and accommodation grants to researchers with promising scientific findings. 

Intercontinental partnerships with World One Health leaders, together with the involvement of underserved communities and international associations such as World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH), UN Environment Programme (UNEP), World Veterinary Association (WVA), World Medical Association (WMA), EcoHealth Alliance and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will guarantee capacity building at the meeting and far beyond. 

The 8th World One Health Congress will provide early career and One Health scientists from LMICs with a unique opportunity to physically be present at the meeting in order to engage with world experts, to exchange insights in the shared fields of interest.

Early Career Scientists' Fund application guidelines

The GOHC fund provides registration, travel and accommodation grants to early career scientists from all over the globe who wish to attend the 8th World One Health Congress and engage with distinguished members, speakers and participants over the 4-day conference.

The Early Career Scientists' Fund is an open competition and applications are evaluated by our Scientific Program Committee.

Are you eligible? Check below, terms and conditions apply:

  • you are a senior PhD student (expected to complete your dissertation within a year of the conference) or
  • you hold a PhD or a clinical qualification for less than 3 years at the time of the application. Special considerations (e.g. maternity / paternity leave) will be taken into account
  • your research focuses on one of the conference’s main program topics

How to apply?

  • make a user profile in conftool: https://www.conftool.com/wohc2024
  • submit a proof of status (in English on institution’s letterhead from a faculty member or Department Head) and
  • submit a copy of your passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of the intended stay in South Africa
  • submit a research abstract (either as an author or a co-author)

For the 8th World One Health Congress, the submission deadline of all the documents was closed on 14 April 2024 at 23:59 SAST.

You will be contacted by May 2024. Please do not register as a congress participant and pay the registration fee before you have been notified of the acceptance status of your grant application.

The Early Career Scientists' Fund grant will cover registration, roundtrip economy class flight ticket from your home country, and accommodation (including breakfast) for the congress duration. Please note that all other expensed will need to be covered by yourself.

If you have any questions please contact [email protected]

LMIC Participants' Fund application guidelines

The gOHC LMIC Participants' Fund provides registration, travel and accommodation grants to delegates employed by or studying at organizations and institutions in low and middle income countries who wish to attend the 8th World One Health Congress and engage with distinguished members, speakers and participants over the 4-day conference.

The LMIC Participants' Fund is an open competition and applications are evaluated by our Scientific Program Committee.

Are you eligible? Check below, terms and conditions apply:

  • you are employed by or study at an organization in a low or lower middle income country, according to the World Bank list (download list here)
  • your research focuses on one of the conference’s main program topics

How to apply?

  • complete your user profile online via conftool: https://www.conftool.com/wohc2024
  • submit a proof of status (in English on organization or institution’s letterhead from a faculty member or Department Head) 
  • submit a copy of your passport valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of the intended stay in South Africa and
  • submit a research abstract (either as an author or a co-author)

For the 8th World One Health Congress, the submission deadline of the documents was closed on 14 April 2024 at 23:59 SAST.

You will be contacted by May 2024. Please do not register as a participant or pay the registration fee before you have been notified of the acceptance status of your grant application.

The LMIC Participant's Fund grant will cover registration, roundtrip economy class flight ticket from your home country, and accommodation (including breakfast) for the congress duration. Please note that all other expensed will need to be covered by yourself.

If you have any questions please contact [email protected]

Terms & Conditions

The call for applications for the Early Career Scientists' Fund and the LMIC Participants' Fund is open to participants from all over the globe. 

Applicants must complete the online user registration procedure AND:

  • submit a proof of status in English (on organisation or institution’s letterhead)
  • submit a research abstract (either as an author or a co- author). The research must be in line with the Congress programme themes.
  • submit a copy of their passport, valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of the intended stay in South Africa. (Please go to this website for detailed information: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/applying-for-sa-visa)

Obtaining visas in a timely fashion is challenging, particularly for participants coming from certain regions. To cope with this challenge, the Organizing Committee will consult with the competent government agency of the hosting country to discuss the most appropriate visa application trajectory, but is not able to guarantee that visas will be granted. The Congress Organizing Committee, will assist participants in the visa process by providing official invitation letters. 

For budgetary reasons, travel will not be booked unless a valid visa has been obtained.