One Health Bangladesh

One Health: Using a holistic approach to combat global disease and improve population health

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One Health in Bangladesh

One Health is a holistic approach that recognizes the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health. In Bangladesh, where the prevalence of zoonotic diseases, spillover events, and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses significant challenges, the One Health approach is gaining momentum. It brings together professionals from various disciplines, including healthcare, veterinary, agriculture, and environmental sciences, to work collaboratively towards improving health outcomes for all.


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In response to the 2007 avian influenza outbreak, Bangladesh initiated intersectoral collaboration, forming a multisectoral task force. Discussions at Chittagong Veterinary Animal Sciences University (CVASU) led to the articulation of a One Health approach. Professionals from various sectors convened in 2008, establishing One Health Bangladesh to coordinate efforts in controlling infectious diseases. The organization played a pivotal role in forming the One Health Alliance of South Asia (OHASA) and Bengal Declaration (2009), fostering collaboration and creating a network for disease surveillance and response.

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Have questions, suggestions, or want to engage in the One Health movement? Feel free to contact us. Your inquiries are valuable as we work together to promote the interconnected well-being of people, animals, and ecosystems. Reach out to One Health Bangladesh, and let’s build a healthier and more sustainable future through collaborative efforts. Your involvement matters, and we look forward to hearing from you!

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