Call for international, interdisciplinary projects towards reducing health risks in wildlife trade and consumption
The ‘International Alliance against Health Risks in Wildlife Trade’ brings together actors globally from international and national organizations, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, civil society stakeholders as well as scientific institutions and research centers from the entire One Health spectrum.
The members of Alliance are committed to unite resources to achieve the following goals:
• Substantially reducing the risks of zoonotic spillover and stepping up responses (including behavioral changes) to human and animal health risks caused by direct and indirect contact with wildlife and their products along the wildlife trade chain.”
• Enhancing international and national awareness, knowledge, and policies with regards to goal 1, thus narrowing the gap between science and implementation
If you would like to significantly contribute to achieving these goals within the “International Alliance against Health Risks in Wildlife Trade” we invite you to propose a project and apply for funding, utilising your expertise, understanding of the underlying challenges, state-of-the art knowledge of existing evidence and ideas for moving forward.
For more information on the call for proposals, please read this document: