@ R. Carayol

One Health network - Indian Ocean - ONE HEALTH OI

Improving monitoring of infectious animal and human diseases through an integrated, interdisciplinary and intersectoral regional approach (One Health), with a long-term interface between research and monitoring.

Emerging diseases pose a number of major challenges. They are a permanent risk to public health since 60% of these diseases in humans are of animal origin. They also represent a constraint for the endogenous development of livestock farming and the security of animal protein supplies for the Indian Ocean area. Here, strategic choices in terms of the prevention and control of transmissible animal and human diseases will stand a greater chance of producing lasting and effective results if they are integrated into a regional strategy and take into consideration interactions between islands and with other geographical areas concerned.



Metropolitan France


  • Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD)
  • French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD)



  • Avi-Pôle Réunion
  • Centre de recherche et veille de l’océan Indien (CRVOI)
  • Centre hospitalier universitaire (CHU)
  • Direction de l’Alimentation, de l'agriculture et de la forêt (DAAF)
  • Groupement de défense sanitaire (GDS)
  • Laboratoire vétérinaire départemental de la Réunion (LVD 974)
  • University of Réunion



  • Groupement de défense sanitaire (GDS)
  • Direction de l’Alimentation, de l'agriculture et de la forêt (DAAF)
  • Coopérative des éleveurs de Mayotte (CoopADEM)



  • Institut Pasteur de Madagascar (IPM)
  • National Centre for Applied Research and Rural Development (FOFIFA)
  • Direction des services vétérinaires (DSV) Madagascar
  • Fondation Mérieux



  • Institut national de recherché pour l’agriculture, la pêche et l’environnement (INRAPE)



  • Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) Health Surveillance Unit



  • Groupement de défense sanitaire (GDS)
  • Direction des services vétérinaires (DSV)