Practical Actions to Operationalize the One Health Approach in the Asian Development Bank
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The One Health approach has the potential to transform the work of international development organizations including ADB. This working paper elaborates on how One Health can be instrumental in ADB’s efforts to support recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Asia and Pacific region, along with other development issues including antimicrobial resistance, food security, ecological security, biodiversity, human health, and climate change.
- What is One Health?
- Why Does One Health Matter to ADB and its Developing Member Countries?
- How to Integrate and Promote a One Health Approach
- Looking Ahead
- Appendix: One Health Tools
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