One Health

Strengthening multisectoral collaboration to address health risks at the animal-human-ecosystems interfaces

The “One Health” concept is founded on an awareness of the major opportunities that exist to protect public health through policies aimed at preventing and controlling pathogens at the level of animal populations and at the interface between humans, animals, and the environment.

The OIE envisages and implements the “One Health” concept as a worldwide collaborative approach to understanding risks to a human, animal, and environmental health as a whole.

Putting the “One Health” vision into practice has been facilitated by a formal alliance among WHO, FAO, and the OIE.  Rabies, zoonotic influenza viruses (those causing certain types of avian influenza, for instance), Global Early Warning and Response System, and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) have been selected as priorities.

Publications:
* The ‘One Health’ concept: the OIE approach
* One World, One Health

 

Zoonotic Diseases

Rabies

January 04, 2020
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Brucellosis

January 04, 2020
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Rift Valley Fever

January 04, 2020
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Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

January 04, 2020
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Anthrax

March 22, 2020
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Bovine Tuberculosis

March 22, 2020
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Glanders

March 22, 2020
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