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One Health describes the interactions between the well-being of humans, animals and the environment.
We subscribe to a vision where One Health is a comprehensive way to understand and support a community’s livelihood security. Livelihood security requires good family nutrition, health, equity, and economic and habitat security.
- Collaboration on One Health Economics Research for Systems
- Scaling up One Health approaches
- Assessing digital technology to prevent infectious diseases
- Doing more with less – Sustainable management of livestock
- Keeping Timor-Leste free from Lumpy Skin and Foot and Mouth diseases
- Defining the Research Agenda for Antimicrobial Resistance
- Integration of COVID-19 digital health technologies for infectious diseases
- Emerging transboundary animal disease
- Livestock diseases: Preparedness and Planning in PNG
- Economic analysis of One Health implementation in Central Asia
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