Zoonotic Disease Action Package (ZDAP)
The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) Zoonotic Disease Action Package (ZDAP) aims to support its members to develop and strengthen their capacity and capability to prepare for, prevent, detect, and respond to zoonotic disease threats, using a One Health approach.
The ZDAP community seeks to implement guidance and models on behaviors, policies, and practices to minimize the spill over, spread, and full emergence of zoonotic disease into or out of human populations proper to the development of efficient human-to-human transmission.
All members of our ZDAP community have one common and unifying goal – to improve singularly and collectively our capacity to prepare, prevent, detect, and respond to zoonotic diseases. We do this by working and learning together, in a community that embraces inclusivity and collaboration at its core, to strengthen every link in the global health security chain.
ZDAP 2023 Chair
The United Kingdom (UK Health Security Agency and the Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs)
ZDAP Leadership Support Group
Indonesia, Senegal, Việt Nam
Activity Prioritisation Working Group
The Netherlands, Mozambique, the United Kingdom, and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC)
Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)
World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH founded as OIE)
ZDAP Monthly Meetings
February 2023 – Thailand’s recent experience undergoing IHR – JEE 3.0
March 2023 – Pandemic Prevention presentations and discussion
April 2023 – Presentation from the One Health Poultry Hub
May 2023 – Bangladesh’s Nipah virus surveillance program and Rift Valley Fever in Southern Africa