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One Health in Agrifood System Transformation Fund

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    Enhancing One Health intelligence to strengthen global health security
    The One Health Intelligence Scoping Study
    2022
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    The One Health Intelligence Scoping Study (OHISS) is an initiative of the Quadripartite alliance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as OIE), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Health Organization (WHO). In June 2021, the G7 Carbis Bay Health Declaration requested that the Quadripartite alliance conduct the OHISS to identify opportunities for further technical harmonization of their systems to strengthen One Health Intelligence and to improve global health security. The OHISS is funded by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and is being coordinated by FAO, as the lead agency for the project. The Quadripartite alliance is working to reduce the global health threats at the animal-human-environment interface and supporting the adoption of a One Health approach. Global health security will be improved by developing the ability to prevent, predict, detect and respond to emerging and ongoing threats. This brochure will be an advocacy document to inform policy-makers and resource partners of the OHISS and its activities.
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    A One Health Priority Research Agenda for Antimicrobial Resistance 2023
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    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been recognized as one of the greatest global threats to humans, animals, plants and ecosystems health threatening the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. In our globally connected world, resistance to antimicrobials may spread and circulate among humans, animals, plants and the environment, necessitating a “One Health” approach. While the One Health approach is relevant to all efforts to prevent and control AMR, this priority research agenda focuses on research areas at the interface between sectors. This research agenda is a joint product of the Quadripartite organizations –FAO, UNEP, WHO and WOAH - and a result of extensive stakeholder and expert engagement. A structured mixed-methods approach was used including reviews of academic and grey literature, online open global survey, and consensus exercise by modified Delphi method in which global experts prioritized research areas for the five pillars: transmission, integrated surveillance, interventions, behavioral insights and change, and economics and policy. We hope this research agenda will serve as a guiding tool for countries, research institutes and funding bodies to support for One Health AMR research, helping policymakers, researchers and the multidisciplinary scientific community to work together across sectors on solutions that will prevent and mitigate AMR on a national, regional and global scale as further evidence on research strategies, interventions and policies is required to understand what works, in which contexts and for whom.
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    Antimicrobial Resistance Multi-Partner Trust Fund annual report 2021 2022
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    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major global threat to humans, animals, plants, food systems and the environment. Without investment and commitments from countries globally to address this challenge, AMR will continue unabated. The Antimicrobial Resistance Multi-Partner Trust Fund (AMR MPTF) has successfully begun the essential work to address this challenge. With the overall goal of “having reduced levels of AMR and slower development of resistance” in 10 years’ time, the AMR MPTF has seen, in 2021, the initial steps towards this goal, with capacity built in 8 countries, and coordinated steppingstones under the global programme. Despite continuous restrictions caused by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, throughout 2021 collaboration between the Quadripartite organizations – the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) – sustained strong implementation progress at global, regional and country level. Progress against the overarching AMR MPTF results matrix is now being reported for the first time. This was possible through the financial partnership of the Governments of Netherlands, the United Kingdom (using UK aid funding through the Fleming Fund), Sweden (including through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency – Sida) as well as Germany (through the German Agency for International Cooperation – GIZ).

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