Today, 3 November 2019, is International One Health Day. The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in East and Southeast Asia and its partners join the rest of the world to celebrate the day by sharing (video) stories of One Health in action to draw people’s attention to the need for a One Health approach in addressing global health threats.
One Health is a collaborative, multisectoral and transdisciplinary paradigm for framing complex public health issues. Applying its approaches, which recognize the interconnection between people, animals and their shared environment contributes to improvements in animal, human and environmental health.
ILRI and its partners are using One Health approach to tackle agriculture-associated risks by promoting and facilitating transdisciplinary partnerships to improve human and animal health in low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs) of East and Southeast Asia including Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.
These short videos, by ILRI and by our partners — the Vietnam One Health Partnership for Zoonoses (OHP) and the Vietnam One Health University Network (VOHUN), underscore the importance of using One Health in addressing global health threats such as antimicrobial resistance, zoonotic diseases and food safety.
Videos from ILRI (check later this week for an update to this list on ILRI YouTube,or ILRI Facebook page, or ILRI Twitter)
- One Health message from Vietnam (English, two minutes)
- One Health: concept and application (English, two minutes)
- Một Sức khỏe: khái niệm và ứng dụng (Vietnamese, two minutes)
- Contribution of One Health in addressing antimicrobial resistance (English, two minutes)
- Tiếp cận Một Sức khỏe và cuộc chiến chống kháng thuốc (Vietnamese, two minutes)
- Controlling zoonotic diseases through a One Health approach (English, two minutes)
- Food safety and One Health in Southeast Asia (English, two minutes)
- Battling mosquito-borne diseases: Why it matters (three minutes)
Videos by the Vietnam OHP and VOHUN:
Watch more videos of One Health at work by ILRI and partners:
- The connection between animal disease and human health (two minutes)
- Dying for meat (three minutes)
- Rift Valley fever: Occurrence patterns, signs and symptoms (five minutes)
- Rift Valley fever: Prevention and control (three minutes)
- Homa ya Bonde la Ufa: Kuzuia na kudhibiti (Kiswahili, two minutes)
- Fighting aflatoxins: Reducing risks in Kenya’s food chains (six minutes)
- Small-scale dairying in northeast India (12 minutes)
- Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) educational video (five minutes)
Read/download CGIAR publications on One Health here
For more information on ILRI’s One Health research, contact Hung Nguyen (email@example.com).