Webinar – One Health and Conservation in the Sahara and Sahel Region

One Health and Conservation in the Sahara and Sahel Region
Good conservation = Good health

Human health and animal health are interdependent and bound to the health of the ecosystems in which they exist” (OIE).

What is the role of the One Health approach in wildlife conservation?

Wildlife conservation faces many threats like habitat degradation and loss, overexploitation, and impacts of wildlife diseases on population viability.
Wildlife diseases can have health implications for both humans and livestock. Thus, they can generate negative human-wildlife interactions and become an additional threat to wildlife conservation, creating resentment for human coexistence with wildlife.
This issue is of essential consideration for conservation, because in order to succeed, conservation needs social acceptance and support.

Our first webinar will focus on the role of the One Health in wildlife conservation.
We invite you to share your experience and ask questions to our panel of skilled conservationists and scientists.

You are invited to join us on the live webinar on Zoom:
Wednesday, 19 October 2022, from 3pm to 4:30pm CEST

Simultaneous translation in English and French will be available.