AGIRs

Due to their nature, functions and uses, wild and domestic animals are a factor of stability for human communities, but they also are a vulnerability factor for health, the environment, and development. In response, scientists at the AGIRs research unit have chosen to focus their work on the health risks that can undermine societies and ecosystems in the South.

The unit in videos

 A CIRMF film in the Belinga caves of Gabon, with Mathieu Bourgarel. BBC World News documentary on avian influenza surveillance in Cambodia, with Flavie Goutard. 
 

An FAO ECTAD film in Okavango Delta,Botswanawith Ferran Jori.

The unit in the news of Cirad website

A selection of press articles and releases published in "Cirad News".

Read all our articles and press releases 

The unit around the world 

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Contact

François Roger,
Head of Unit
Bangkok, Thailand
Montpellier, France
Email

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