As a research center working on tomorrow’s therapeutic solutions, CIDP is inherently concerned by climate change which undoubtedly has an impact on health.Our research focuses on diseases that affect people worldwide and with numerous pandemics, it becomes important to find upstream solutions that address these issues.Moreover, it’s through its research activities and the enhancement of natural assets of the Indian Ocean plants that CIDP is actively involved in the preservation of biodiversity.   It is with these dual objectives that CIDP has decided to show its support to the Women's Forum Mauritius, which will be held on the 20th  and 21st of June in Mauritius. The aim of this event is to bring together key decision makers from the African continent to discuss the solutions needed to meet climate-related changes. CIDP had to support and be a part of this initiative. The event will be Held at Sugar Beach Resort & Spa, Mauritius on the 20th and 21st  of June and will be hosted by Her Excellency Mrs. Ameena Gurib-Fakim, President of the Republic of Mauritius.