The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) which co-leads A4NH work on Improving Human Health, has released a series of briefs on One Health which aim to highlight the benefits of the One Health approach for improving sustainable livestock production and strengthening livelihoods and improve our understanding of the complex linkages between the wider environment, animal and human health.
One Health approaches work across sectors and scales for better health outcomes for people, animals and the environment and recognizes the interconnections between all three.
The series of seven key messages and more than 20 practical action areas provide governments, investors, experts in One Health and policymakers options to invest in better health and improved food systems. The interventions emphasize the need to move to actions that are adaptive and flexible in local contexts.
The briefs explore:
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