“... One Health. Part of the controversy over PABS has been the last-minute proposal of a One Health provision, under which member states would promote a pandemic preparedness and surveillance approach "recognizing the interconnection between the health of people, animals and the environment, that is coherent, integrated, coordinated and collaborative among all relevant organizations, sectors and actors, as appropriate."

Some rich nations reportedly view the PABS as conditional on a One Health policy, which would also be pushed to a working group and delayed until 2026. However, low- and middle-income countries have cited concerns that it would impose additional unfunded mandates on them.  ...”

SEE: Why Pandemic Agreement Negotiations Failed to Land | Think Global Health