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Community engagment for AMR projects

This page details CE4AMR network projects, scroll down to see related projects from the University of Leeds team.

CARAN (Community Arts agains Antibiotic Resistance in Nepal)

This project developed and pilot tested a particpatory video intervention to create community-level solutions to address the problem of antibiotic misuse in Nepal.

Community dialogues for preventing & controlling antibiotic resistance.

We adapted and piloted the Community Dialogue Approach (CDA) for addressing antibiotic resistance and explored whether it can be embedded into the existing health system and community infrastructure in Bangladesh.

Dust Bunny

Dust Bunny: Exploring hygiene practices in different home environments in Ghana to understand the home as a source of infection of AMR bacteria carried by dust

Antimicrobials in Society (AMIS)

Antimicrobials in Society is a Uganda-based Project foucsed on understanding the role of antimicrobials in daily life through three entry points: Health Care, Farming and Urban Work.

Community Health Clubs (CHCs)

A One Health Approach introducing AMR into standard Community Health Club Training in Zimbabwe.

Antibiotics and Activity spaces

An Exploratory Study of Behaviour, Marginalisation, and Knowledge Diffusion.

GCRF One Health Poultry Hub

An interdisciplinary research programme addressing the need to meet rising demand for poultry meat and eggs in low-and-middle income countries while minimising risk to animal and public health.


Vietnamese Platform for Antimicrobial Reductions in Chicken production (ViParc) is being conducted in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap (Vietnam).

Superheroes against Superbugs (SaS)

(SaS) initiative aims to raise awareness on the issue of antibiotic resistance (ABR) and promote community dialogue and action by engaging with young children in India.

CE4AMR: The One Health Approach

A GCRF Challenge Cluster project to synthesis the learnings of Global-south based interventions using Community Engagement methods to tackle AMR.

Supporting Evidence-Based Policy: a longitudinal study of AMR

This project engaged livestock-keeping households in Indian slum communities and rural Kenyan pasturelands. Both were previously involved in research on animal health which yielded long-term datasets on AMR-related behaviour which the project team intended to use as a tool to forecast AMR emergence. Researchers also engaged with children in these areas through the production of comics to tell locally-relevant AMR stories.

Tackling AMR in schools (Nepal)

GCFR Follow-on Funding to explore the process of creating open access educational resources on AMR co-created with young people, teachers and community members. This project worked in partnership with HERD International

Research Culture

As a winner of the University of Leeds World Changers essay competition Dr Mitchell was awarded a £20 000 Research Culture. Funds will support the continuation of some CE4AMR activities and establish two pilot projects developing formal research collaborations with Dr Mitchell’s wider network.

Related projects

The Unviersity of Leeds team are also involved in several non-AMR project utilising community engagment and particpatory approaches

Changing the story

Changing The Story is a four-year international, multi-disciplinary project which supports the building of inclusive civil societies with, and for, young people in 5 post-conflict countries. It is a collaborative project between universities, INGOs, artists, grassroots civil society organisations and young people across the world.


Praxis is focussed on Arts and Humanities research across the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) portfolio. Specifically, its aims are to consolidate learning across GCRF projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), to amplify their impact and policy relevance, and to champion the distinctive contribution that Arts and Humanities research can make to tackling urgent development challenges.