Moving towards One Health approaches that leave no-one behind
TDDA event: Brussels, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, 12 October 2022
As the UK-Aid funded Tackling deadly diseases in Africa programme comes to a close, our host countries are making positive advances towards building stronger health security systems. We are proud to have been an ally and facilitator in this progress that will help keep communities safer from infectious diseases and other health threats.
On 12 October, TDDA will gather a range of policy-makers, international delivery partners and others for an open conversation with our team of technical experts and implementers who have been working in Chad, Mali, CIV, Cameroon and Uganda for the last four years.
Our ambition is to share our learnings so that the momentum behind One Health approaches is maintained by governments and supported by new programmes in the future.
Designing future support to global health security – some insights from Africa, with contributions from the European Commission, TDDA, Centre Pasteur du Cameroun, and others
Moving forward – a discussion of promising options for future programmes
We will also preview our upcoming documentary showcasing the impact and learnings from our capacity-building work with CSOs in Chad. This element of the TDDA programme was designed to make civil society stronger so it can play a wider role in health security delivery and monitoring, help health services to reach vulnerable and marginalized communities, increase social accountability, and ensure strategies and actions on health security leave no-one behind.
Be part of the discussion: email firstname.lastname@example.org