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PREZODE welcomes new international partners

New international partners
The international initiative PREZODE continues its development both through its co-construction process, which already involved more than 1,000 actors from around 120 countries, and through the official association of more and more partners.

As of today, 21 September 2021, more than 30 international partners signed the PREZODE Declaration of Intent. This community of research organizations, non-governmental organizations or other initiatives across the world will work together more closely to the development of the PREZODE initiative for instance through joint research programmes or operational activities in order to foster the building of synergies. 

Furthermore, after the signature of Mexico in June, Belgium through its Minister of Climate, Environment, Sustainable Development and Green Deal, and Vietnam through its Minister in charge of Agriculture officially joined the PREZODE initiative in the past months. PREZODE now counts four countries as partners and is looking forward to welcoming more. Representatives of the countries having signed the PREZODE Declaration of intent will be invited to join an institutional foreshadowing committee whose first meeting will take place in October and that will discuss the main priorities for the initiative.

To move forward with this dynamic, PREZODE organized a meeting during IUCN World Conservation Congress earlier this month. This meeting was opened by Ms. Barbara Pompili, French Minister of the Ecological Transition, and moderated by Dr. Jean-Luc Angot, inspector general of veterinary public health, former Deputy Director General of the World Organization for Animal Health, recently appointed as Special Envoy for the PREZODE initiative by the French President. It gathered representatives from more than 15 countries. Representatives from the Tripartite + also participated and expressed once again their support for the PREZODE initiative and the need to join forces on this important topic.

Any interested partner is welcome to contact us and to sign the Declaration of intent.

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