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PREZODE

Geneva Health Forum - PREZODE session

Wednesday 4 May 11.00AM - Geneva

Geneva Health Forum
The objectives of the session are to present the scientific postulates and vision promoted by PREZODE and to brainstorm all together –animal, environmental, human health sectors but also operational, academics, decision-makers, and stakeholders… – on how to improve inter-sectoral and international collaborations to prevent and early detect emerging risks.
Presentation

SARS-Cov-2 virus has so far killed more than 5 million people worldwide and caused major economic and social damages which total burden is still to be accounted for. In the past 20 years, in response to the threat of emerging pathogens with pandemic potential, countries have been focusing on pandemic preparedness plans and pathogen screening. It is now clear that such plans are not sufficient and prevention strategies should be implemented to prevent pathogen emergence and circulation within human populations.

It is time to take a step forward—namely, by jointly deploying academic research, intersectoral collaboration in the field, and engagement of operational actors on the frontline of epidemics—to envision prevention strategies that lead to the reduction of risks of emergence. Such paradigm shift is at the heart of PREZODE initiative which was launched at the One Planet Summit in January 2021, supported by the International Organization of the Quadripartite and the European Commission. After one year of co-construction in 10 regions of the world, the initiative is supported by more than 150 research and operational institutions worldwide, endorsed by 10 countries so far, and co-designed by more than 1000 contributors from 150 countries.

PREZODE presentation and a round table are in the program.

Moderator:
  • Marisa Peyre, Cirad
Speakers:
  • Elisa Bohin, INRAE
  • Helena Ladreyt, Cirad
  • Manon Lounnas, IRD
  • Benjamin Roche, IRD

Url : https://site.ghf2022.org/session1_4/