ICARS and the Government of Georgia commit to fighting resistance to antibiotics together

  30 September 2020

On 29 september 2020 the International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions (ICARS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Georgia. The partnership with two Georgian ministries will result in stewardship programmes for fighting antimicrobial resistance in Georgia. The partners will co-develop demonstration projects, working with hospital administrations, healthcare professionals, veterinarians and local farmers to create and implement a set of standards for the use of antibiotics in human medicine and agriculture.

Further reading: ICARS
Author(s): Georgiana Baciu
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