PREZODE (Preventing ZOonotic Disease Emergence) is an innovative international initiative with the ambition to understand the risks of emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases, to develop and implement innovative methods to improve prevention, early detection, and resilience in order to ensure rapid response to the risks of emerging infectious diseases of animal origin.

The opening of the INB meeting on 6 November 2023.

23 March 2024

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Pandemic Agreement

PREZODE emphasizes the importance of integrating proactive prevention along with preparedness strategies
Keep calm because we are a team

13 March 2024

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Apply to PREZODE Communication working group

PREZOZE invites its members to participate in its communication.
video explaining One Health prevention requires the sharing of information at all levels in real-time before it reaches higher levels of decisions. Crossing the data is key to getting a better view of the scene and being able to act promptly before a worldwide problem occurs. The community members are an essential part of it.
Communities play a pivotal role in addressing health and climate change challenges effectively. The essence of engaged communities lies at the core of initiatives aimed at mitigating health risks, preventing pandemics, and adapting to climate change within the One Health framework.
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We are pleased to announce that the PREZODE General Assembly endorsed the admission of 31 members who applied to PREZODE in 2023. We welcome them to the PREZODE community This endorsement not only expands our community but also enhances the diversity of expertise and perspectives within PREZODE. We look forward to developing new collaborative efforts to address the One Health challenge and prevention of zoonotic disease emergence!
To implement PREZODE scientific work, we are seeking highly qualified experts to join our Pillar Working Groups (PWGs), dedicated to developing a research framework based on themes and high-level actions identified during the co-design process of the PREZODE strategic agenda. The groups will identify concrete actions that might be relevant to support high-level actions, update operational needs, and address research gaps to assist the Steering Committee in re-evaluating the strategic agenda every two years.

An international initiative to prevent zoonosis emergence