AMR

The spread of antibiotic resistance is an issue of growing global concern. It is often cited as one of the most critical threats to global health, food security and development. This study built on the assumption that successfully changing people’s behaviour requires innovative and participatory community engagement and aimed to develop, adapt and pilot-test the community dialogue approach for preventing and controlling antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh.
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CE4AMR post-doctoral researcher Dr Jessica Mitchell draws parallels between AMR and the climate crisis in this essay which also available in audio-only format.
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Produced by the wash-able network, this Little Book tells you what community engagement is within the context of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). The benefits of community engagement and participatory approaches to tackling WASH challenges in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as the barriers and ways of overcoming these.
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Funded by the UKRI/GCRF collective fund, COSTAR’s vision is to co-create, implement and robustly evaluate an innovative intervention that addresses the contextual drivers of AMR. This project brief outlines how community-level approaches are being applied to tackle AMR through a robustly evaluated intervention.
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The UKRI GCRF One Heath Poultry Hub is an impact-driven development research programme working in Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. Taking an interdisciplinary and intersectoral ‘One Health’ approach. Their resource hub includes documents on AMR and infection prevention within the Poultry Health sector.
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