The one health landscape in Sub-Saharan African countries

  21 October 2021

One Health is transiting from multidisciplinary to transdisciplinary concepts and its viewpoints should move from ‘proxy for zoonoses’, to include other topics (climate change, nutrition and food safety, policy and planning, welfare and well-being, antimicrobial resistance (AMR), vector-borne diseases, toxicosis and pesticides issues) and thematic fields (social sciences, geography and economics). This work was conducted to map the One Health landscape in Africa.

Inclusion of theory of change, monitoring and evaluation frameworks, and tools for standardized evaluation of One Health policies are needed for a sustained future of One Health and future engagements should be outputs- and outcomes-driven and not activity-driven. 

Further reading: One Health
Author(s): Folorunso O. Fasina, Olubunmi G. Fasanmi, Yilma J. Makonnen, Charles Bebay, Bernard Bett, Kristina Roesel
Clean Environment  


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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


JSS University


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