Our research, policy engagement, and work in direct public health delivery have impacted millions of lives.
The One Health Trust conducts innovative, actionable research on important public health issues, addressing antimicrobial resistance, vaccines, zoonotic diseases, gender equity, and health system capacity, among many other topics. Our studies have informed policy at local, regional, and international levels, and have made a difference in the design and implementation of public health interventions worldwide.
Your support helps us do more!
The OHT team is working with the Government of India to build a national oxygen grid to ensure that no child in India dies because of a lack of medical oxygen.
Our work on vaccines and antimicrobial resistance is helping inform policy across Africa and Asia on the value that vaccines have in tackling AMR.
Our Covid-19 study in India, the largest in the world in terms of the number of patients covered, is breaking new ground in understanding the epidemiology of Covid. Your support could help us expand this work.
The One Health Trust (founded as CDDEP) is unique in its combination of knowledge and talents for all the fields –economics, biology, and public health – needed to deal with the rapidly developing and increasingly dangerous emergence of drug resistance. OHT and its collaborators have already proven that they can identify the key issues and devise innovative solutions to the world’s major challenges in all facets of disease control.
– Dr. Kenneth Arrow
Nobel Prize-winning Economist
Our ongoing pandemic and the ongoing threats of emerging challenges hammer home the peril of ignoring the spatial, temporal, social, and global dynamics of health in our hyperconnected world. OHT is at the forefront of brokering the new partnerships needed for carrying out sophisticated knowledge generation and solution-building that transcends what has been accomplished with traditional approaches. We have this one planet and we share one health – we need OHT to help build a better future.
– Dr. Susan M Fitzpatrick
President, James S McDonnell Foundation
One Health Trust’s (and its predecessor The Center for Disease Dynamic, Economics and Policy) rigorous work on the economic and health impacts of Rotavirus and pneumococcal vaccines prompted the government of India to include these in their universal immunization program. More recently, OHT’s extensive work on epidemiology of COVID-19 has informed the response and mitigation approaches of governments in several developing countries. Going forward, we hope to deepen such policy research work and help countries strengthen their public health capacities.
- Dr. Indu Bhushan
Founding CEO of Ayushman Bharat- Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yohana (AB- PMJAY)
No matter which metric you use – number of publications in peer-reviewed journals, citation counts, volume of research grants from some of the top funding agencies in the world, and service for the WHO and other global health agency expert committees – CDDEP/OHT stands out among all LMIC think-tanks for its remarkable impact – more so considering the fact that it is only a decade old.
– Professor Anil B. Deolalikar
Founding Dean of the School of Public Policy, University of California, Riverside
A One Health framework is essential to comprehend and create solutions to our greatest global health challenges, whether antimicrobial resistance, emerging microbial threats, climate disruption, or an inadequate food supply. The One Health Trust has the experience, tools, partners, and wisdom to innovate and lead in efforts to protect health for people and to preserve our planet.
– Dr. Mary E. Wilson
Clinical Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics University of California, San Francisco