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since the early 2000’s “One Health” is increasingly becoming a trendy topic. It is the simple idea that we are interconnected in health and well being with our livestock, pets and the earth we live on. In this era of climate change and strife, the magnitude of the humanitarian and economic impact of zoonotic emerging and re-emerging diseases is only now being fully realised. Even non-infectious diseases have implications for livelihoods and food security that challenge state resources in developing countries.
Public awareness campaigns informing people about the potential risks within their professions (e.g. farmers, abattoir workers, health professionals and extension officers) and how an end user is affected by their role in an industry is an important part of disease surveillance and control. A multidisciplinary approach which includes participation from medical, environmental and animal health professionals, along with state legislative officials is the ultimate goal of such campaigns.
How you can get started
The Department of Veterinary Tropical Diseases offers educational posters and brochures on zoonotic diseases that can be printed and distributed for field sampling, community awareness projects and farmer’s days. Access to the HD quality posters and brochures are available under the “Public-edu products” tab for each disease. This is only available to AIDnet member institutions. They add value to any project involving interaction with the public. Mugs are also available for sale for the following diseases.