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International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) 2021

Capacitating One Health in Eastern and Southern Africa (COHESA)

Capacitating Health COHESA

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) – CGIAR

Titre : Capacitating One Health in Eastern and Southern Africa (COHESA)

Pays : Eastern and Southern Africa

Date : Dec 2021 To Nov 2025

ILRI Research Programs  : Animal and human health

Résumé
This project aims to generate an inclusive research and innovation ecosystem that facilitates uptake, adaptation and adoption of solutions to issues that can be addressed by a One Health approach.

Description
The world is facing unprecedented, inter-connected threats to the health of people, animals and the environment. Addressing these threats requires cross-sectoral, system-wide approaches. This is encapsulated in the One Health concept, which recognises the interconnection of people, animals, plants, and their shared environment. In a globalized world, all nations and societies need to better manage One Health. In line with this approach, this project will build One Health capacity in eastern and southern Africa.

Objectifs _ * Increase the relevance of One Health research and policies in eastern and southern Africa * Enhance national and sub-regional cross-sectoral collaboration between government entities with One Health mandates and One Health stakeholders across society * Equip educational and research institutes to train the next generation One Health workforce * Increase the capacity of government and non-governmental stakeholders to identify and deliver One Health solutions to key problems

Partenaire (s) Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications AfriCenter

Financement : The project is supported by the European Union-funded Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) Research and Innovation Programme : African, Caribbean, and Pacific–European Union (ACP-EU) initiative, co-funded through ILRI and CIRAD.

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