“ ... The “One Health” approach proactively engages different disciplinessuch as human medicine, veterinary medicine, and environmental health sciences, to attain optimal health for people, animals and our environment.

  • One Health can help achieve progress on national and global priorities. Strengthening public health systems at the human-animal-environment interface protects health, agricultural production, and ecosystem services—including food and nutrition security to disaster resilience and ecotourism--all of which contribute to economic development .
  • The One Health approach promotes synergies at national and global levels. The One Health approach is endorsed by international agencies.
  • One Health strategies are highly cost-effective. One Health improves effectiveness of core public health systems, substantially reducing morbidity, mortality, and economic costs of outbreaks. ...”