Устойчивость к противомикробным препаратам

Engaging the food and agriculture sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa, and South and South-East Asia to generate data-for-action to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) using a One Health approach

Status: Ongoing

Donor: Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Fleming Fund)

Target Countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Philippines, Sudan, Tanzania, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Period: October 2022 to March 2025

Objectives: The overall project impact aims to contribute to the availability of quality data, which aids in keeping antimicrobials working, and makes the agrifood systems more resilient to the impact of AMR. The project is global in nature, but activities will also be implemented at regional and country levels.

Activities and outputs

  1. The main outcome of this project is: "The generation of (AMR-specific and sensitive) data, its analysis, sharing and use for evidence-based decision-making in the food and agriculture sector is increased and improved": Strengthen laboratory and surveillance capacities and related data management infrastructures of the food and agriculture sector to generate, collect and share data on AMR, AMC, and antimicrobial residues, and actively contribute to integrated AMR surveillance;
  2. Antimicrobial use practices and good practices that reduce AMR transmission along the food chain promoted in food and agriculture;
  3. Evidence based AMR economic argument in the food and agriculture sectors developed and documented to support decision-making
  4. Antimicrobial policies and governance enhanced to minimize the role of sub-standard and falsified (SF) antimicrobials in food and agriculture;
  5. Country owned processes and collaborative initiatives for implementation of multisectoral One Health AMR National Action Plans (NAPs) supported.




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