Arbo-France is a French network for the study of arboviruses whose objective is to facilitate preparedness and response to human and animal arbovirus epidemics in mainland France and in the overseas territories.
Arbo-France was set up at the request of the REACTing/Aviesan to cope with the increasing number and severity of arbovirus epidemics, the extension of these viruses to new geographical areas and the risk of emergence of other arboviruses.
Arbo-France objectives are to :
- create a watch and alert system with REACTing/Aviesan
- improve the visibility of arbovirus research in France and internationally
- assist in setting up research projects
- provide expertise on specific topics
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