Tropical Leaves

WE CAN PREVENT
THE NEXT COVID-19

Envision a world where we stop pandemics before they start

The Why

COVID-19 has devastated our global community. The worst part? It’s likely to happen again – soon. While the world is rightly focused on developing and distributing vaccines, managing the economic fallout of COVID-19, and bolstering health systems to manage rising cases, the rate of zoonotic disease outbreaks has been increasing steadily as we continue to encroach upon the natural world. It is only a matter of time before we experience another COVID-19.

 

But we can stop this from happening – if we understand the root causes of most emerging infectious diseases and invest in preventing pandemics at the source.

 

Our work aims to save lives by preventing the spillover of zoonotic viruses from animals to humans - well before they can become global pandemics, regional / national epidemics, or even localized outbreaks. 

264
mil+

people have been infected by

COVID-19

4

mil+

people have died of the disease

150
mil

people are likely to fall below the extreme poverty line in 2021

But prevention can only happen when
we join forces

In the wake of COVID-19, a group of leading health and environment actors have joined forces to prevent pandemics at the point of spillover.

These organizations are:

Latest updates

Recommendations to the delegates in advance of the special session of the World Health Assembly

The coalition has prepared this advisory note for delegates in advance of the Special Session of the The World Health Assembly (WHA) Special Session taking place November 29-December 1, 2021.

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