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11-14 July

FAO Experts Meeting on alternative and advanced feed practices to promote the responsible use of antimicrobials
FAO HQ, Rome (Italy)

8 Jun

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: Resistance to antibiotics of last resort across One Health interface in Thailand and land neighboring countries
Prof. Rungtip Chuanchuen - Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Moderated by Francesca Latronico, FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

11 May

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: Using source-associated mobile genetic elements to identify zoonotic extraintestinal E. coli infections
Prof. Lance Price - George Washington University, USA
Moderated by Jeffrey Lejeune, FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

10 May

Global consultations on rebranding of WAAW to World AMR Awareness Week
The Quadripartite will organize two global consultation meetings to facilitate conversations in diverse time zones to discuss the rebranding and address any issues arising. The general objective of the meeting is to share the rationale for the rebranding of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week as World AMR Awareness Week and solicit input on issues relating to its rollout and global adoption.
Virtual Zoom meeting
9.00–10.30 CEST [Register]
14.30–16.00 CEST [Register]

4-5 May

1st Global Joint Summit of Human and Veterinary Medicines Regulatory Authorities to Preserve Antimicrobials
The summit will bring together heads of regulatory authorities for human and animal medicines or their designates, from all geographical regions, in order to emphasize the importance of regulation for AMR globally, engage human and animal regulatory authorities on the issues of AMR to optimise use of existing legislation and enforcement measures, and come up with novel, non-regulatory “Smart” solutions to address over-the- counter sale of antibiotics. It will unite regulators and stakeholders from different sectors, regions and countries to manage AMR jointly. Following the summit, a Global Regulatory Forum will be established as a platform for continuous engagement of regulators.
[Event page]

14 Apr

Forging partnerships between science and policy: A high-level AMR event
Copenhagen, Denmark and virtual | 15:00-20:00
The high-level Global Leaders Group (GLG) - European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) joint event will provide a forum in which policymakers and distinguished scientists can engage on key AMR issues and forge partnerships between science and policy. Heads of government and ministers across the One Health spectrum as well as renowned scientists will participate. This event is intended to strengthen the links between research, policy and practice to generate sustainable solutions and a broader research agenda to address the pressing needs of AMR across all sectors.
The event can be attended in-person and will be livestreamed over ESCMID Youtube, ESCMID Facebook, GLG Twitter and GLG LinkedIN
[Programme] [Register]

13 Apr

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: Situational analysis of antimicrobial resistance, laboratory capacities, surveillance systems and containment activities in Ethiopia
Dr. Achenef Melaku Beyene - University of Gondar, Ethiopia
Moderated by Jorge Pinto Ferreira, FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

11-14 Apr

Series of meetings/consultations focusing on improving AMR laboratory and surveillance activities, and AMU practices in the food and agriculture sectors in Tajikistan
Dushanbe, Tajikistan
[Event news]

27–28 Mar

1st Quadripartite Executive Annual Meeting
The purpose of this meeting is to review the progress since the 28th Tripartite Executive Annual Meeting (TEAM28), highlighting the key achievements of the Quadripartite and review the on-going activities. The meeting will seek to gain the approval of the Principals of the Quadripartite organizations for these activities and identify the key agreements and actions for the Quadripartite going forward.
[Event page]

20–21 Mar

Technical Working Group Meeting to discuss addressing AMR TAG Technical Item Number 6: Regional guideline on monitoring and surveillance of antimicrobial residues in food

15-17 Mar

Congress of the FAO Reference Centre for AMR
APHA Weybridge, United Kingdom
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and its UK Reference Centre for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) are co-organizing the first congress of the FAO Reference Centre for AMR at the Animal and Plant Health Agency headquarters at Weybridge, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, from 15 to 17 March 2023. The congress will bring representatives from FAO and its AMR Reference Centres to meet in person for the first time to share and discuss scientific information and jointly agree areas for future collaboration.

7–9 Mar

Regional ATLASS Training (Part 2)

9 Mar

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: Role of insects used as animal feed to decrease the need to use antimicrobials in farm animal
by Professor Laura Gasco, Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Sciences – University of Turin (Italy)
Moderated by Daniela Battaglia, FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

6–10 Mar

The fifth meeting of the Southeast Asia Community of Practice on antimicrobial guidelines for poultry and swine

9 Feb

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: The evolving antimicrobial resistance pandemic in Kenya and the East African region
by Samuel Kariuki, Director of Research and Development at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)
Moderated by Alejandro Dorad , FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

7-8 Feb

Sixth Meeting of the Global Leaders Group on Antimicrobial Resistance
The Global Leaders Group (GLG) is comprised of world leaders and experts from across sectors working together to accelerate political action on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) based on the One Health approach and achieve optimal and sustainable health outcomes for people, animals and ecosystems. During its meeting, the GLG will cover critical issues in the response to AMR including financing, research and development, integrated surveillance, the role of the private sector, AMR and the environment, animal health and galvanizing political action to address AMR.
[Event page]

22–23 Feb

Regional ATLASS Training (Part 1)

13–17 Feb

The fourth meeting of the Southeast Asia Community of Practice on antimicrobial guidelines for poultry and swine

10 Feb

7º Encontro técnico de produção de leite
Santarem, Portugal 

6–8 Feb

First research conference on antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial use in food animals in Asia and the Pacific

[Event page] [Register]

23–26 Jan

Third meeting of the Southeast Asia Community of Practice (CoP) on antimicrobial guidelines for poultry and swine
Members of CoP continue to meet to exchange information. The CoPs have the potential to trigger positive changes in how antimicrobials are used in the region

12 Jan

FAO Knowledge dissemination dialogues on AMR: Antibiotic use in Nepalese layer poultry in relation to AMR of Salmonella
by Narayan Paudyal, National Animal Health Research Centre of Nepal Agricultural Research Council
Moderated by: Jorge Pinto, FAO
12:30–13:30 CET

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