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PREZODE

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.

PREZODE aims to propose a framework for coordinating research projects, monitoring networks, and operational projects to strengthen this continuum and maximize their impact. It also aims to serve as a platform for sharing knowledge acquired through past, current, and future projects and capitalizing on experiments in different regions of the world. Thus, the gathered resources will be available to decision-makers to enable the implementation of public policies to reduce the risk of emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases. These activities will be performed in close collaboration with the One-Health High-Level Expert Panel announced on November 12th, 2020, at the Paris Peace Forum.

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