MAAP-PAS-ANSO organized a Hybrid webinar “Ecosystem restoration: One health and pandemics” to celebrate World environment day. Focused on Biodiversity’s role in One Health: Prevent the next pandemic? Instead of waiting for the next deadly microbe to spill over into humans, public health experts and policy-makers must confront the drivers of zoonotic diseases. The world’s population of nearly 8 billion people maintains roughly 30 billion food animals. People and their domesticated animals produce an estimated 4 trillion kilograms of fecal matter each year, with animals accounting for about 80% of it. Making matters worse, antibiotic use in intensive animal farming gives rise to antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which also pose a major public health challenge.
Complete Report of Hybrid Workshop
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