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OHO Focus on Collaborative Partnership Program

OHO officially hands over all existing projects to community partners and ceases to engage in direct project management to focus on the Collaborative Partnership Program. The program is quickly expanded to take on over 20 new community health projects.

SCU collaborates with OHO

Southern Cross University collaborates with OHO to create a $30M Co-operative Research Council bid featuring a detailed program for researching a national implementation of the Holistic Primary Health Care model.

Japanese Tsunami Disaster Relief

In the wake of the recent events in Japan OHO has been contacted by a wide range of healthcare workers and related businesses seeking to offer assistance. The Japanese Government has explicitly stated however that: “Search and Rescue operation phase still continues in the affected areas at this moment and the access to those areas […]

Freehills Foundation provides legal advice

The Freehills Foundation provides extensive pro-bono legal advice to create ‘ground breaking’ legal infrastructure to formalise OHO’s Collaborative Partnership Program, thus extending OHO’s services to small community initiatives across Australia.

Flood and Cyclone devastation in Queensland and Victoria

One Health Organisation and its partners have been deeply impressed by the willingness expressed by the holistic healthcare community to assist those devastated by the recent floods in QLD and Victoria, and by Cyclone Yasi. As such, the following guide has been put together to assist those wishing to volunteer their services. When to help […]

OHO to Represent Holistic Health at United Nations International Conference

Five delegates from One Health Organisation (OHO) will attend the 63rd Annual United Nations DPI/NGO Conference in Melbourne from 30 August to 1 September – the first time holistic perspectives have been represented by an Australian-based aid agency at the international conference. As Australia’s only humanitarian aid agency specifically focused on promoting a holistic approach […]

Integrative approach to world health

OHO delegates attend the United Nations 63rd International Conference on World Health and successfully lobby for the conference declaration to be amended to specifically recommend an ‘integrative’ approach to world health that is then presented to the General Assembly later that year.