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International 1 HOPE Initiative

1HOPE Project Overview, Aims

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Vision:

We envision a world where people of all ages in civil and governmental organizations apply a One Health and Well-Being (OHWB) approach - recognising and respecting the inter-connections and inter-dependencies among humans, animals, plants and their shared environment – thereby collaboratively addressing the issues that face us all and striving to ensure the sustainability of the planet.

Main Aim:

To build and support global capacity for understanding and valuing the One Health & Well-Being concept and approach as the foundation for achieving the UN-2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

 

Creation in 2019 of the 1HOPE Initiative was informed by:

Report of the 2016 Survey and Web Conference on One Health K-12 Education

A 'Must Read' for all 1HOPE participants

 

Launch of the Initiative

April 11, 2019 Launch

June 4, 2019 Follow Up

Summary of Online Organizational Meetings (June-August, 2019)

September 13, 2019  Forming Working Groups

November 8, 2019  Forming Working Groups

 

Forming 1HOPE Working Groups

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1HOPE - P/S, (Primary/Secondary/K-12), Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Oceania

1HOPE - T (Tertiary, College/Universities), Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Oceania

1HOPE - C/CS (Community / Civil Society groups, includes NGOs), Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Oceania

1HOPE-GPA (Governance/Policy/Advocacy, including Inter-Gov Orgs) - Inter-regional

 

Want to get involved? Contact:

George Lueddeke glueddeke@aol.com, Co-Founder and Chair

Cheryl Stroud cstroud@onehealthcommissionorg, Executive Director, One Health Commission, Co-Founder, 1HOPE

Bruce Kaplan, bkapdvm@verizone.net, One Health Initiative pro bono team, Co-Founder

Laura Kahn, lkahn@Princeton.edu, One Health Initiative pro bono team, Co-Founder

 


 

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