One Health International Conference

Introduction and Theme of Conference

            One-Health” concept summarized an idea that human health and animal health are interdependent and bound to the health of the ecosystems in which they exist. This concept is envisioned and implemented by the OIE as a collaborative global approach to understanding risks for human and animal health (including both domestic animals and wildlife) and ecosystem health as a whole. The OIE builds upon the intergovernmental standards, which it publishes, and the worldwide information on animal health that it collects as well as its network of international experts and programs for strengthening national veterinary services.
Coming from the “One Medicine” concept that supports a combination of human medicine and veterinary medicine in response to zoonosis. The novel “One-Health” initiative constitutes a global strategy highlighting the need for an approach that is holistic and transdisciplinary and incorporates multisector expertise in dealing with the health of humankind, animals, and ecosystems. This knowledge is required for the development of novel control strategies inspired by environmental mechanisms leading to desired equilibrium and dynamics in healthy ecosystems.
Health issues at the human-animal-environment interface are difficult to address by one sector alone effectively. Collaboration across all sectors and disciplines responsible for health is required to address zoonotic diseases and other shared health threats at the human-animal-environment interface. One Health is a collaborative, multidisciplinary, and multi-sectoral approach that can address urgent, ongoing, or potential health threats at the human-animal-environment interface at subnational, national, regional, and global levels. The synergism achieved will advance health care for the 21st century. If a proper policy is implemented, it will help protect and save untold millions of lives of our present and future generations.

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