Understanding the One Health Joint Plan of Action: A Guide to Interconnected Health Advocacy

“A Collective Advocacy for One Health

The One Health Joint Plan of Action (OH JPA) represents a united commitment from the Quadripartite organizations – the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), World Health Organization (WHO), and World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH). These organizations have pledged to advocate for and implement the One Health approach at all levels and across sectors. This initiative aims to address interconnected health risks and safeguard the health of all species.  ...”

“... Conclusion

The One Health Joint Plan of Action represents a monumental step towards a more inclusive and interconnected approach to health. With the backing of major international organizations and the provision of a comprehensive Implementation Guide, nations are better equipped to tackle health risks that span across species and sectors. As we move forward, the One Health approach will continue to evolve, fostering a healthier and more sustainable world for all.”

SEE: One Health Joint Plan of Action: Implementation Guide and Advocacy (