A process of consultation has been initiated regarding an appropriate organisational structure for a One Health Hub in India to support inter-sectoral activities involving both the human and animal health sectors, working with government engagement on One Health initiatives.
The National One Health Symposium was organised by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) in New Delhi on the 26th November, 2013 in collaboration with Massey University, New Zealand. The symposium reviewed outcomes of the Regional Training Programme, summarised progress in implementing a One Health approach to zoonotic disease control within national institutions and assessed the effectiveness of cross-sectoral collaboration.
A National One Health Symposium is being organised by the Public Health Foundation of India and Massey University, to be held on 26 November, 2013 in New Dehli. The symposium will review recent significant zoonotic disease events in India and discuss experiences, evaluations and a framework for collaboration with regard to zoonoses.
On the 14th, 15th and 16th October, Dr Peter Jolly, Dr Eric Neumann and Professor Roger Morris of Massey University, New Zealand, were in Dehli to discuss upcoming One Health activities in India.