September 28, 2023
Rabies: All for 1, One Health for All
Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC), several locations
World Rabies Day aims to raise awareness and advocate for rabies elimination globally. It is an event designed to be inclusive, uniting people, organizations, and stakeholders across all sectors against rabies – because together we can eliminate rabies!
October 2-5, 2023
One Health | One Global Environment Conference “An Interdisciplinary Collaboration for a Healthier World’
International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH) Region of the Americas, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Discussions and presentations about new surveillance techniques, diagnostics, disease prevention strategies, policies, academic curriculum design, and much more to foster networking and One Health capacity building within the global environmental health community.
October 2-6, 2023
One Health Mediterranean Conference
International Students One Health Alliance (ISOHA) and the Algerian Veterinary Space Foundation, Mostaganem, Algeria
A groundbreaking event that seeks to address critical health issues at the intersection of human, animal, and environmental health in the Mediterranean region.
October 4, 2023
2023 Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) Calls Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, One Health Office; Webinar
Vaccinating California Condors to Protect Against Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza | Louse and Flea-borne Diseases: Implications for People Experiencing Homelessness and their Companion Animals
October 4-6, 2023
2023 South Texas One Health Symposium
Cameron County Public Health and the City of Brownsville Public Health & Wellness Department; Brownsville Events Center, United States
The South Texas One Health Symposium is an annual meeting of professionals and scientists for the prevention of vector borne zoonoses.
October 6, 2023
Belgian One World One Health Vision 3rd Workshop
FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, Brussels
The Belgian PREZODE Expert Group supported by the Belgian Biodiversity Platform, FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment and Sciensano, is inviting you to join its third Workshop on preventing the emergence of zoonotic diseases. The aim of this workshop is to present and discuss the outcome of the workshops organised during the first half of 2023, in particular the outcome of the 2nd workshop.
November 13, 2023
One Health Conference – One Health for All, All for One Health
European Convention Centre, Luxembourg; Hybrid attendance
The Directorate General for Health and Food Safety would like to invite you to the ‘One Health for All, All for One Health Conference ’ to take stock together and to discuss the future of ‘One Health’ in Europe.
November 22-24, 2023
1st One Health and One Welfare Latin American Congress 2023
One Health Colombia; Centro de convenciones de Córdoba, Montería, Colombia.
With the participation of national and international world-renowned speakers, this event is emerging as a fundamental space for the exchange of knowledge and advances in the One Health and One Welfare approach. Participants will come from various medicine, nursing, bacteriology, biology, veterinary medicine, zootechnics, environmental engineering, food engineering and many others.
November 27-29, 2023
10th Beneficial Microbes Conference: Pre- and Probiotics for LifeLong Human and Animal Health
Hotel Casa Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The 10th Beneficial Microbes Conference will provide an overview of the latest scientific results and future developments related to prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics and their importance to human and animal health across the lifespan.
December 3-6, 2023
One Health International Student Conference
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Romania
The Conference will be comprised of a plenary session, discipline-focused sessions, poster sessions, and sponsors display where delegates can formally present, promote and discuss their scientific work.
April 21-23, 2024
International Symposium on One Health Research: Improving Food Security and Resilience
UTMB One Health, Galveston, Texas, USA, Hybrid Attendance
The Symposium will be unique in that food productions experts will be centrally featured with the goal of identifying common ground from which new interdisciplinary research partnerships might arise and lead to better food resilience.
June 18-22, 2024
One Health at the Singapore international Water Week 2024 (SIWW2024)
Singapore’s Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment and Singapore’s National Water Agency, Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
A cornerstone of SIWW, the Water Expo is the pre-eminent marketplace for the latest urban water technologies, innovation, and solutions for municipal and industrial water users in Southeast Asia.
September 20-23, 2024
8th World One Health Congress
Cape Town, South Africas
Overseen by the Global One Health Community (formerly the One Health Platform), a Conference Scientific Program Committee and a Local Program Committee are under development to plan and organize the next World One Health Congress.
14 September 2023, WHO Pandemic Treaty: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly – An Interview With Larry Gostin
7 September 2023, Kenya: Investing in One Health for people, animals, plants and the environment
4 September 2023, Japanese veterinarian receives ‘One Health’ award from WVA and Ceva (Spanish)
1 September 2023, Could ‘One Health’ be the Optimal Approach for Human, Animal and Environmental Health?
19 August 2023, To the rhythm of One Health (Portuguese)
4 August 2023, Nepal’s climate change adaptation strategy needs One Health approach
28 July 2023, Global Organizations Highlight One Health AMR Research Priorities, Includes Agrifood Sector
27 July 2023, Europe allocates 25 million euros to reduce the danger of zoonoses and promote ‘One Health’ (Spanish)
25 July 2023, Strengthening joint risk assessment using the One Health approach in South-East Asia
19 July 2023, Public health and climate change: a One Health approach
16 July 2023, Enhancing multisectoral collaboration to combat rabies in One Health approach in Bali
14 July 2023, The challenge of a healthier Europe drives the search for comprehensive health solutions (Spanish)
13 July 2023, El Niño increases global health threats that require a One Health response
5 July 2023, Italy creates a parliamentary group to address “One Health” (Spanish)
30 June 2023, It’s Dawning On Humans That Human Health Connects To Everything
29 June 2023, Canada Makes 5-Year Commitment to Tackling AMR Through One Health Approach
26 June 2023, One Health: A Key to Boost Worker Productivity – Impakter
Thorns: When Earth Refugees Are The Aliens
By Laura Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP
This One Health and social justice themed hard science fiction novella is geared for students ages 10 and up. Two parallel coming of age stories collide on a distant planet. Siddhartha, known as Siddie, and his parents joined a small group of families leaving Earth. Blue belonged to a species calling themselves kodrya (ko-drya). Unbeknownst to Blue, Earthlings were orbiting her world and preparing to land. One in particular, named Siddie, would change her destiny. This novella will be a useful teaching tool to educate students about One Health, social justice, and the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Entrevista O tumor do cão poderá ajudar a detetar um cancro no dono? Seremos vacinados para doenças que só atingem animais? O ‘one health’ diz que sim
Podcast Ecosofia X, Jornal Expresso, Conhece o conceito ‘uma só saúde’? Quais os ganhos para todas as espécies?
One health joint plan of action (2022‒2026): working together for the health of humans, animals, plants and the environment
Podcast One World, One Health (One Health Trust)
New directions for tackling food safety risks in the informal sector of developing countries
One Medicine−One Health’: An Historic Perspective by One Health Initiative team
A One Health priority research agenda for antimicrobial resistance
One Health: including animal rights, conservation, human population and diet
One Health coloring book from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s One Health Office