DTU helps boost resistance surveillance in Africa and Asia
Antimicrobial resistance is a global problem, as antimicrobial resistance in one country can create problems beyond its borders, for example through the export of food or travel. Strong global collaboration is necessary to ensure access to reliable data that will allow decision makers around the world to make knowledge-based decisions on how to tackle this growing problem.
As part of the fight against antimicrobial resistance, the Fleming Fund—a £265 million UK aid programme—has awarded the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, some £10 million to run three projects in Africa and Asia.
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