"Единое здоровье"

Устойчивость к противомикробным препаратам

To address the challenges that zoonotic diseases and AMR pose to sustainable agriculture and agrifood systems, FAO established the Joint FAO/WHO Centre for Zoonotic Diseases and AMR (CJWZ). The Centre coordinates FAO's work on AMR. It also coordinates external relations with the quadripartite collaboration and other stakeholders for better health security.

FAO, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) have been working together to address risks at the human, animal, plant, and environment interface. This quadripartite collaboration focuses on areas that add value and enables a more comprehensive understanding of the multiple drivers of AMR and shared challenges and opportunities in key policy and technical areas.

⦿ Estimates of antibiotic consumption in global agriculture range from 63,000 tonnes/year to over 240,000 tonnes/year.

⦿ 70-80 percent of antibiotics given to fish are excreted into water and spread rapidly through water systems.

⦿ 75-90 percent of tested antibiotics are excreted from animals un-metabolized and enter sewage systems and water sources.

Устойчивость к противомикробным препаратам

Противомикробным препаратам принадлежит критически важная роль в лечении заболеваний, их применение необходимо для охраны здоровья как человека, так и животных. 

Устойчивость к противомикробным препаратам

Деятельность Четырехстороннего партнерства по борьбе с УПП направлена на сохранение эффективности противомикробных препаратов и обеспечение устойчивого и равноправного доступа к ним для ответственного и разумного использования в целях защиты здоровья человека, животных и растений.

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