Towards clearer One Health policies in eastern Africa: Interview with HEAL Project interim regional manager
In November 2020, Zuleka Ismail joined the One Health for Humans, Environment, Animals and Livelihoods (HEAL) Project as interim regional manager. Zuleka brings more than seven years of experience in managing and monitoring public health and veterinary programs in pastoralist systems to the table.
Working together to improve the livelihoods and resilience of pastoral communities in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia
What is One Health? What are One Health Units? What are the goals of the One Health for Humans, Environment, Animals and Livelihoods (HEAL) project? How will communities in the Horn of Africa benefit from HEAL’s interventions? A lot of questions about a new project...
Pastoralism is an effective and productive livelihood system that makes the best use of variably distributed natural resources in often dry rangeland areas where it has a particularly strong comparative advantage over other land uses. In order to function well,...
Healthy Rangelands, Healthy Livestock and Healthy People: A Fully Integrated One Health Approach in Pastoral Ethiopia
This post is written by Fiona Flintan and Samuel Assefa Tefera, International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Ann Waters-Bayer, Prolinnova, Barbara Hutchinson, Rangelands Partnership, Jeffrey Herrick, USDA. In recent years in the pastoral areas of developing...
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- Towards clearer One Health policies in eastern Africa: Interview with HEAL Project interim regional manager