One Health Education
One Health envisions a world where people of all ages in civil and governmental organizations apply a One Health and Well-Being (OHWB) approach - recognizing 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. Their aim of the group is 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. The following resources have been compiled to help early education teachers develop and deliver One Health- themed curricula across primary / secondary (K-12) grades. For more ideas and a framework for creating One Health-themed lessons see the Guide to Developing One Health Lessons for K-12.