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International Agricultural Research& Agricultural Associated Diseases                 Delia Grace (ILRI) & John McDermott ...
Population Growth in Developing andIndustrialized Countries: 1750 - 2050
Figure 1. CRP4 Conceptual Framework                                                                      Health           ...
The Livestock Revolution:A strong increase in demand for meat and milk as                  income grows                   ...
The Livestock Revolution: Growthin meat mainly in industrial systems20%15%                                                ...
Prioritisation   RICH COUNTRIES                                       40% disease is infectious4% disease is infectious   ...
Assessment             7
Control
Integrative approachesEcoHealth      ONE HEALTH                                                       Incentives          ...
Risks of One Health Creating new structures easier than de-commissioning  old: leading to overlapping mandates and ineffi...
Added value of One Health Increasing participation and relevance by greater  inclusiveness Improving delivery through sh...
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International agricultural research and agricultural associated diseases

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Presented by Delia Grace (ILRI) and John McDermott (IFPRI) at the Workshop on GRF (Global Risk Forum) One Health Summit 2012—One Health–One Planet–One Future: Risks and Opportunities, Davos, Switzerland, 19-22 February 2012

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International agricultural research and agricultural associated diseases

  1. 1. International Agricultural Research& Agricultural Associated Diseases Delia Grace (ILRI) & John McDermott (IFPRI)GRF (Global Risk Forum) One Health Summit 2012—One Health–One Planet–One Future:Risks and Opportunities, Davos, Switzerland, 19-22 February 2012 1
  2. 2. Population Growth in Developing andIndustrialized Countries: 1750 - 2050
  3. 3. Figure 1. CRP4 Conceptual Framework Health Enhancing Nutrition along Prevention , Control of Ag- the Value Integrated Associated Diseases Chain Programs and Component 3 Component 1 Policies Biofortification Component 2 Nutrition Component 4 Agriculture Social Behavior Change and Communications All components Availability, access, Knowledge Labor Income and intake Risk of AAD of nutrition, productivity gender of nutritious, food safety equity safe foods RESULT: A better nourished, healthier population, especially mothers and children < 2
  4. 4. The Livestock Revolution:A strong increase in demand for meat and milk as income grows 5 consumption of meat 4 China Log per capita Trend 3 2 1 India 04 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Log per capita GNP 4 Livestock to 2020: The Next Food Revolution, a joint IFPRI, FAO, ILRI study.
  5. 5. The Livestock Revolution: Growthin meat mainly in industrial systems20%15% industrial systems10% 5% mixed systems 0% grazing systems-5% Asia SSA WANA CSAGrowth Rates (%/Y) of Meat Production in DifferentProduction Systems in Developing Countries Livestock to 2020: The Next Food Revolution, a joint IFPRI, FAO, ILRI study.
  6. 6. Prioritisation RICH COUNTRIES 40% disease is infectious4% disease is infectious one twentieth total ex animalsone two hundredth total ex animals one fortieth total burden is zoonoticone thousandth total burden zoonotic ..one twentieth with under-reporting 6
  7. 7. Assessment 7
  8. 8. Control
  9. 9. Integrative approachesEcoHealth ONE HEALTH Incentives Values Human Animal Human health V P H. Preferences health Health .livestock Culture One Medicine .CA Ignorance .wildlife Governance Rule-breaking Agroecosystem health Societies, cultures, Economies, institutions, Policies 9
  10. 10. Risks of One Health Creating new structures easier than de-commissioning old: leading to overlapping mandates and inefficiency Projectisation – projects have been a successful structure for promoting OH but may lack sustainability Getting ahead of the evidence-base: little information on CB/CE of OH versus conventional (and perhaps evidence comes from atypical cases) Ignoring the costs and barriers – OH requires considerable change & investment in change 10
  11. 11. Added value of One Health Increasing participation and relevance by greater inclusiveness Improving delivery through sharing information and resources Promoting innovation, by bringing together people from different organisations and backgrounds Improving cost effectiveness, through identification of cross over and realising economies of scale Increasing client satisfaction through greater responsiveness to clients 11

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