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December Newsletter


Season’s Greetings! As those of us in Leeds prepare for the holidays, we wanted to share with you updates from across the CE4AMR network and to wish those of you celebrating a very Happy Christmas. A big update from our COSTAR (Community Solutions to Antimicrobial Resistance) project is that Community Dialogues on AMR are now...

September Newsletter


Welcome back to regular newsletters which will  be shared every quarter. We hope you are keeping well and continuing your fantastic work in the space of AMR and Community Engagement.  CE4AMR update  The CE4AMR team based at Leeds have finally been returning to field work post-pandemic! Our large COSTAR project, led by Rebecca King, combines participatory...

AMR: The leading cause of death worldwide


January 20th, 2022, saw the publication of the most comprehensive data to date regarding the global burden of AMR. The multi-partner Global Research on Antimicrobial Resistance (GRAM) study was published in the Lancet medical Journal and estimates that drug resistance accounted for a staggering 1.27million deaths in 2019. This is at least as high as...

Call to Action


View the full Call-to-Action here  Today (November 16th 2021) the CE4AMR network launches it's Call-to-Action on the use of Community Engagement approaches to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance. Key messages Community Engagement approaches facilitate the development of equitable partnerships and knowledge exchanges This allows the generation of meaningful, sustainable and community-led solutions to AMR. Community Engagement approaches...

Call-to-Action on CE in AMR


CE4AMR invites you to our Call-to-Action hosted by University of Leeds which addresses the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through Community Engagement (CE) approaches. For the past 18 months our GCRF Challenge Cluster, known as CE4AMR: The One Health Approach, has consolidated knowledge around the usage of CE in the AMR sphere. We have now...

CE4AMR: One Health Approach, our learnings so far...


The CE4AMR: One Health Approach is a network project supported by GCRF Challenge Cluster funding. Our aim is to exchange and synthesize knowledge from six existing projects to better understand how Community Engagement can support antimicrobial resistance (AMR) interventions in a variety of contexts across LMICs. Our constituent projects began working together in June 2020,...

GCRF Challenge Cluster funding


Members of the CE4AMR network have been successful in securing GCRF challenge cluster funding (part of the UKRI collective programme) to develop a knowledge-exchange cluster. CE4AMR: The One Health Approach brings together the expertise of six existing projects who use community engagement methods to tackle the issue of AMR in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)....

Getting ready to launch!


The CE4AMR website is currently under development and will go live in the New Year 2020! If you would like to contribute any content please feel free to email Jess on or