Case studies from Africa: The value of the ‘One Health’ entry point for facilitating conservation and development


S. Osofsky

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This presentation offers a comprehensive explanation of how wildlife, landscape, and human health are all related and the advantages of using approaches to development that develop synergies across all three perspectives. Further, the presentation has limited Content addressing how Animal Health for the Environment And Development (AHEAD) has uses this approach.

This presentation was given at the Global Livestock Working Group (GLWG) held at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in Washington D.C. and co-hosted by USAID and Heifer International.

It was also presented at: – The American Veterinary Medical Association 144th Annual Convention as part of the “One World, One Health, One Medicine: Emerging Global Animal Health Threats’ panel, Washington, DC, 16 July 2007, and

– The National Foreign Affairs Training Center, Foreign Service Institute, Arlington, VA, 30 August 2007.

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Presented at the Global Livestock Working Group (GLWG), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Washington, DC, 13 July 2007

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