|MAY 12, 2021

See link: We must invest in pandemic prevention to build an effective global health architecture (

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At the core of their appeal is the establishment of a new treaty intended to commit countries to better tackling diseases such as COVID-19, Ebola, influenza and SARS — and whatever new health threats lurk beyond the horizon. We must foster an inclusive approach that brings together governments and society to respond to future crises more effectively.  This includes championing the ‘One Health’ concept, which underscores the interdependence of animals, humans and their environment when it comes to health. ,,,”

 “ ... The Bank and the OIE, along with other key partners, are exploring options for a financing architecture that will provide sustained support for effective One Health actions across the world for zoonotic disease prevention. ...”