One Health: Developing Indicators to Monitor Progress toward Implementation
In March 2017, a meeting was co-organized by the Chatham House Centre on Global Health Security and the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute in Geneva titled ‘Global Health Crises: Monitoring and Reporting Progress towards Preparedness’. The meeting explored the types of indicators that would be most useful to monitor progress and hold national, regional and global health stakeholders accountable for their commitments. Several gaps in the existing body of indicators were identified for further discussion and action. Importantly, attendees recognized the linkages between human, animal and environmental health and the need to monitor specific One Health activities.
The Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House is undertaking research to address this gap by developing a set of draft indicators that could monitor progress towards the implementation of a One Health approach. This roundtable is an opportunity to convene a group of experts in the field, and through a combination of interactive data capture and structured discussion, participants will work towards producing a consolidated list of core indicators.
This event is being held in collaboration with the Global Health Centre, Graduate Institute, Geneva and the International Association of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI).
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.