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Re-Orientation to Sustain Life on Earth: a PDF by George Lueddeke, PhD – PEAH – Policies for Equitable Access to Health

July 2, 2024

Policies for Equitable Access to Health [PEAH]


Editor’s note Under One Health perspective, a live PDF here PEAH just received from our acknowledged partner Dr. George Lueddeke.

Originally from Canada, now residing in the United Kingdom, George Lueddeke PhD MEd Dipl.AVES (Hon.) is an education advisor in Higher, Medical and One Health education and global lead of the International One Health for One Planet Education initiative (1 HOPE) in association with national, regional, and global organisations

By George LueddekePhD

Consultant in Higher, Medical, and One Health Education

Global Lead – International One Health for One Planet Education initiative (1 HOPE)

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Recent Published Articles on One Health & Implementation Research Journal (OHIR)

July 2, 2024

Among One Health Journals – “Open Access” – One Health Initiative


One Health & Implementation Research  []


Please see four (4) new articles published this year including:


 Faster, higher, stronger: the evolution of clinical perspectives on pan-TB

Corresponding author: Prof.  Hongzhou Lu, the president of Shenzhen Third People’s Hospital, a fellow of the American College of Microbiology. And he is listed in Changjiang Scholars Program by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, the Thousand and Ten Thousand Talent Program and National Outstanding Middle-aged and Young Experts.


-Viral sequencing to inform the global elimination of dog-mediated rabies – a systematic review

Corresponding author: Dr. Kirstyn Brunker, Graham Kerr building, School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow.


Epidemiological survey of accidents with venomous animals treated at the Regional Hospital of Bom Jesus, Piauí, Northeast Brazil

Corresponding author: Dr. Lilian Silva Catenacci, Postgraduate Program in Postgraduate Studies in Technologies Applied to Animals of Regional Interest, Federal University of Piaui


Alaskapox mystery solved by a one health approach

About the author: Prof. Daniel R. Lucey, a clinical professor of medicine at Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine.


Provided by:

 Phoebe Zhao, Science Editor

One Health & Implementation Research Journal

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Pandemic Prevention Leadership Initiative – One Health

July 1, 2024

The Pandemic Prevention Leadership Initiative (PPLI) (2024-25) is designed to build capacity and strengthen collaborative approaches in Southeast Asia to address threats to global health security and biodiversity conservation posed by unregulated trade in wildlife species. Through its activities, the initiative will promote the development of a network of leaders from multiple disciplines able to work together to address the spillover of high-consequence pathogens (HCPs) in Southeast Asian live animal markets and supply chains, from prevention through response.  The PPLI promotes capacity strengthening in early to mid-career professionals by incorporating the Pandemic Prevention Fellows Program which utilizes a cohort approach and case-based training to directly support the development of a multidisciplinary network of leaders across the Southeast Asia region to address the ever evolving and expanding global health and security threats related to zoonotic spillover of HCPs and associated practices impacting wildlife populations.  The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), EpiEcos, and the University of California – Davis (UCD), as well as regional subject-matter experts, will deliver the case-based training program and support the development and implementation of individual projects led by Pandemic Prevention Fellows.


Please see:


Online application-


Provided by:

Dibesh Karmacharya, PhD

Regional Project Coordinator

Pandemic Prevention Leadership Initiative (PPLI)

Wildlife Conservation Society- Health


W: +977-9851110329

WCS One World One Health Home Page

One World – One Health > Training > Pandemic Prevention Leadership Initiative (

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Innovating Global Health: Insights from various sessions at the World Health Assembly 2024 (

June 29, 2024

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Logo PNG Vector

WIPO leads the development of a balanced and effective global intellectual property ecosystem to promote innovation and creativity for a better and more sustainable future.


“ … Global South Leading the Way in One Health

Another panel discussion explored the role of the Global South in driving innovation for One Health, an approach that integrates human, animal, and environmental health to prevent pandemics. Panelists noted that discussions on One Health is focusing on zoonotic diseases. Effective interventions require community engagement and context-specific solutions that consider local consumption patterns and human-animal-livestock interfaces. Public-private partnerships and private sector innovations in sampling and surveillance were identified as crucial for advancing One Health. The discussion emphasized that overcoming the challenges of One Health requires not just technical solutions but also political commitment and cross-stakeholder collaboration.

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India has taken lead in pushing ‘one health’ goals: Niti Aayog’s Dr VK Paul | Health News – Business Standard (

June 27, 2024

The ‘One Health’ approach that integrates the health of people, animals and the environment, is crucial for addressing complex health challenges such as zoonotic diseases and antimicrobial resistance

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Discussing health care sustainability, climate change, and WHO’s One Health goal (

June 27, 2024

“… Doshi explains the World Health Organization’s (WHO) One Health plan, which according to WHO, is an “integrated, unifying approach that aims to sustainably balance and optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems.”…”

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FDA Publishes Dairy Food Safety Research Agenda for HPAI H5N1 (

June 26, 2024

“… Finally, FDA issuing aOne Healthstrategy to mitigate the impact of H5N1 HPAI virus (Objective 3). One Health interventions to prevent, control, or eliminate H5N1 HPAI in animals, milk, and the environment are under development; for example, strategies to decrease the impact of H5N1 HPAI, interventions to prevent or control spread of H5N1 HPAI, and alternative viral inactivation and disposal methods for discarded milk.”

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CDC Public Health Science Agenda for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N1) – June 2024 | Bird Flu | CDC

June 25, 2024

One Health Fact Sheet

CDC’s One Health Office recognizes that the health of people is connected to the health of animals and our shared environment. A One Health approach encourages collaborative efforts of many experts (like disease detectives, laboratorians, physicians, and veterinarians) working across human, animal, and environmental health to improve the health of people and animals, including pets, livestock, and wildlife.

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One Health in Action: Interprofessional collaboration & Education to eliminate Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)& Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) –June 18, 2024

June 22, 2024

By Professor Rohini R. RoopnarineDVM, M. Phil, EdDDipl. AVOHS (Hon.), MRCVS

Member, National Academies of Practice ( Vet. Med), Course Director,  Veterinary Epidemiology & Public Health, School of Veterinary Medicine, True Blue campus, St. George’s University, Grenada, WI, Phone: +1 (473) 444-4175 ext. 3678, Email:


 Bon Giorno distinguished PhD graduates and Professors in Medicinal chemistry. This conference and the COST One Health Drugs event, comes at a critical time when we are live in unpredictable times, facing emerging threats to global health from Zoonotic diseases. Zoonoses are defined as Diseases naturally transmitted between people & vertebrate non-human animals. or agents of animal origin such as SARS-CoV-2, the agent of COVID-19, Ebola & Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, now of huge concern in the US as we see cattle emerging as the latest reservoirs of HPAI. Global warming arising from climatic changes has led us to encounter health challenges of greater complexity , some resulting from expanding vector distribution and a concomitant rise in vector-borne diseases. 


 Interprofessional collaboration is key to implementing OH as a tool for intercepting threats posed to human & planetary health. For decades, the focus has been on human health. But the reality is, human health is inextricably linked to animal health and the environment. Mosquitoes (malaria), ticks (Babesia) , Snails (Schistosomiasis) & Sandflies (Leishmaniasis) and other vectors carrying pathogens do not respect borders.They thrive in a delicate ecosystem, and the drugs created to combat them can have unintended consequences through both their environmental impact as well as unregulated useage. 


Your role & responsibilities as medicinal chemists, in the development  of new drugs, uniquely places you in a pivotal position in the global One Health agenda.


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SEE: RR June 18 Rome PPT.pptx – Google 




Prof. Rohini Roopnarine gave an inspirational lecture on June 18th at the Paul Ehrlich&COST Action in Rome ( to an audience of young researchers (PhD students) and academics with medicinal chemistry expertise. An educational view of the One Health concept and much more than this. How to dialogue with medicinal chemists in the One Health context? She could perfectly fit the purpose of the communication needs with the medicinal chemistry, a difficult task, and a non-obvious target. Under this light, Prof.Rohini made a successful effort to show real world examples of what an antiparasitic drug such as Ivermectin (active against different kinds of parasites to cure both humans and animal infections) can cause when overused and spread in the environment. The antimicrobials misuse implications in drug resistance development and those organizations and quadripartite alliance to manage the past disasters and the future events were clearly presented.  If I mention how the audience was captured by Rohini’s energy, it will not be enough. I only say about the enthusiastic comments and invitations received to bring her message to new events and future activities. Congratulations Rohini and thank you for accepting our invitation and being part of our OneHealthdrugs network!


Prof. Maria Paola Costi, PhD (Chair), Drug Discovery and Biotechnology Lab, Department of Life Science, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Via Campi 103, 41125, Modena, Italy, Office: +390592058579, Mobile: +393396559131

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Safeguarding our agrifood systems – A One Health approach to food safety  (

June 20, 2024

Food safety is paramount. It underpins public health, economic prosperity, and global trade. Ensuring the safety of our food from farm to fork requires a collaborative and comprehensive approach. This is where the Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex) and the One Health approach come together.

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One Health: Urgent Message to the G7 and G20 – Impakter

June 17, 2024

The G7 meeting has just closed in Italy, but the One Health message, even though fully delivered in advance to the leaders by health experts from around the world, including those of the Rockefeller Foundation failed to fully come through

By *Claude Forthomme, BA, MA – Senior Editor and Richard Seifman, JD, MBA – Former World Bank Senior Health Advisor and U.S. Senior Foreign Service Officer

in HealthPolitics & Foreign Affairs

*Members Advisory Board – One Health Initiative

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One Health: Joint action 2024-2026 (

June 16, 2024


The Cross-agency One Health task force has prepared a framework for action that will facilitate strategic coordination among the five EU agencies

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