This series of seven briefing papers from the International Livestock Research Institute and CGIAR uses a One Health approach to highlight the linkages between the health of livestock, crops, people and the environment.
The seven briefs are:
- Joined up investments reduce health risks and burdens to people, livestock and ecosystems
- Preventing and controlling human diseases transmitted by animals saves millions of lives and livelihoods
- Managing antimicrobial use in livestock farming promotes human and animal health and supports livelihoods
- Keeping foods safe leads to healthier people, livestock and environment
- Keeping livestock healthy and well cared for improves animal, human, environmental and economic health
- Managing the interfaces between livestock and nature produces win-win-win outcomes for nature, people and animals
- Women’s empowerment leads to healthier people, animals and environments
Read more here. See also the Table explainer How are food systems, diets, and health connected?