Case Studies

The One Health case studies explore current One Health concerns for human, animal, and environmental health in different countries around the world.

These interactive case studies address issues that affect systems globally and promote a One Health approach to resolving these challenges. Students, educators and stakeholders are welcome to use these case studies to introduce and strengthen their understanding of One Health in a global setting.

Investigating Livestock and Human Health Connections in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania

Investigating Livestock and Human Health Connections in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania

Tuberculosis Management and Control in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Tuberculosis Management and Control in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Responding to Cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in California, USA

Responding to Cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in California, USA

Communicating Human-Animal Interaction Risks in Guinea, Africa

Communicating Human-Animal Interaction Risks in Guinea, Africa

Potential Novel Pathogen in a Remote Congo Basin Village, Africa

Potential Novel Pathogen in a Remote Congo Basin Village, Africa

Investigating a Gastroenteritis Outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Investigating a Gastroenteritis Outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Watershed Management in the Njoro Region of Africa, Kenya

Watershed Management in the Njoro Region of Africa, Kenya

Community Health Needs Assessment in Knights Landing, California USA

Community Health Needs Assessment in Knights Landing, California USA

Example – Training Material – Mountain Gorilla Case Study

Example – Training Material – Mountain Gorilla Case Study

Restoring a Wet Meadow Ecosystem in California, USA

Restoring a Wet Meadow Ecosystem in California, USA

Sea Otter Mortality off the Coast of California, USA

Sea Otter Mortality off the Coast of California, USA

Exploring the Cause of Kidney Disease in Sri Lanka

Exploring the Cause of Kidney Disease in Sri Lanka