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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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    Quadripartite One Health Intelligence Scoping Study
    Actions to develop an effective Global One Health Intelligence System, August 2022
    2022
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    The One Health Intelligence Scoping Study (OHISS) was an initiative of the Quadripartite alliance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as OIE). 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 was funded by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and was 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 outlines the findings and recommendations from OHISS.
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    Quadripartite One Health Intelligence Scoping Study
    Final report
    2023
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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 United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as OIE). In June 2021, the G7 Carbis Bay Health Declaration requested that the Quadripartite conduct a scoping study to identify opportunities for further technical harmonization of their systems to strengthen One Health Intelligence and to improve global health security. OHISS was funded by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and coordinated by FAO. The following foundational activities were carried out to assess needs and opportunities: an extensive literature review; engagement with international experts and diverse stakeholders; review of national critical competencies and ‘best practice’ case studies; an assessment of Quadripartite activities and prioritized early warning systems selected according to their potential to contribute to One Health intelligence; and a hazard identification exercise (risk scaping) to define One Health scope and priorities. For the identified priority hazards, a series of workshops were conducted with international experts to assess the ‘risk landscape’, identifying and prioritizing multiple potential monitoring points. The key recommendation of OHISS is that immediate actions are taken to develop a global One Health Intelligence System (OHIS). The global OHIS would establish a framework to link, strengthen and further develop One Health intelligence activities, and it would be led by the Quadripartite organizations. The development the global OHIS will support the Quadripartite One Health Joint Plan of Action, and the national and global needs for early warning of ongoing and emerging threats. A Quadripartite-led approach to global One Health Intelligence will help to reduce the threats to global health security posed by risks across the One Health spectrum, including environmental changes.

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