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One Health

The One Health framework is a globalist ideology that frames animal, human and environmental health as an interconnected entity.1)

It has been described as the “quadripartite primer for the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.2)


On October 11, 2021, the World Health Organization launched its “COP26 Special Report on Climate Change and Health”.3) Accompanying the publication was a statement from the WHO Director of Environment, Climate Change and Health, Dr. Maria Neira, in which she asserted that “[i]t has never been clearer that the climate crisis is one of the most urgent health emergencies we all face.“4)

In an article for the 21st Century Wire, journalist Freddie Ponton argues that the report was used as a basis to kickstart the use of the One Health framework to bolster “climate action” through global health policies. Governments and policy makers were urged to “act with urgency” to address an alleged dual climate and health crisis.5) He also noted that the tone and rhetoric surrounding climate change alarmism coming from some scientists and politicians had become “extremely religious”.



The Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table has several members who are strong advocates for the One Health framework, including Isha Berry and Scott Weese.

Surveillance Systems

Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System (EIDSS)

The Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System EIDSS is a software system which is designed to strengthen monitoring and prevention of human and animal diseases within the One Health concept, and facilitate compliance of International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005.

Key system modules include Human Cases module, Vector Surveillance module, Laboratory module, Outbreak module, Administrative module, and Analysis, Visualization & Report (AVR) module with Geographic Information System (GIS) capabilities. EIDSS manages case data, case plus disease specific investigation, aggregate data with corresponding sample, and laboratory data linked to cases. The system collects and distributes data, notifies on the events in near real-time, provides access from desktop, web and mobile devices, which allows it to link together different levels and ministries of a national disease surveillance network in a secure way.

EIDSS is customizable for each participating country to hold relevant content: diseases list, specific reports, disease-specific investigation forms, among others. In 2011 EIDSS was introduced in Ukraine with installations at the following sites: Central Sanitary-Epidemiology Station in Kyiv (CSES), Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute in Odessa (URAPI), Vinnitsa Oblast Sanitary-Epidemiological Station Vinnitsa City Sanitary- Epidemiological Station Kalynivska Rayon Sanitary- Epidemiological Station in Vinnitsa Oblast, Zhitomir Oblast Sanitary- Epidemiological Station, Khmelnitska Oblast Sanitary- Epidemiological Station as regional site 6)

PubMed - Electronic integrated disease surveillance system and pathogen asset control system


Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System (EIDSS) has been used to strengthen and support monitoring and prevention of dangerous diseases within One Health concept by integrating veterinary and human surveillance, passive and active approaches, case-based records including disease-specific clinical data based on standardised case definitions and aggregated data, laboratory data including sample tracking linked to each case and event with test results and epidemiological investigations. Information was collected and shared in secure way by different means: through the distributed nodes which are continuously synchronised amongst each other, through the web service, through the handheld devices.

Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System provided near real time information flow that has been then disseminated to the appropriate organisations in a timely manner. It has been used for comprehensive analysis and visualisation capabilities including real time mapping of case events as these unfold enhancing decision making.

Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System facilitated countries to comply with the IHR 2005 requirements through a data transfer module reporting diseases electronically to the World Health Organization (WHO) data center as well as establish authorised data exchange with other electronic system using Open Architecture approach.

Pathogen Asset Control System (PACS) has been used for accounting, management and control of biological agent stocks. Information on samples and strains of any kind throughout their entire lifecycle has been tracked in a comprehensive and flexible solution PACS. Both systems have been used in a combination and individually. Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System and PACS are currently deployed in the Republics of Kazakhstan, Georgia and Azerbaijan as a part of the Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP) sponsored by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency DTRA. 7)

Further reading

About One Health. Global Risk Forum. Retrieved May 10, 2022, from
Ponton, F. (2022, June 7). One Health - Globalist path to a One World Order. 21st Century Wire.
COP26 special report on climate change and health: the health argument for climate action. (2021, October 11). World Health Organization.
Johnson, C., & Walsh, D. (2021, October 11). WHO’s 10 calls for climate action to assure sustained recovery from COVID-19. World Health Organization.
Ponton, F. (2022, June 29). One Health: Trojan Horse to Make Climate Change a “Global Health Emergency.” 21st Century Wire.
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