New platform for setting the African research agenda
The African region is beset with multiple challenges which negatively impact the capacity to address antimicrobial resistance. Surveillance and laboratory data is sparse and there is concern that the National Action Plans on AMR are not founded on a strong evidence-base detailing the specifics of the problem nor on interventions proven to be effective in African contexts. Furthermore, there is concern that in the absence of robust evidence, interventions and policies will not make efficient and effective use of already scarce resources. This is why ReAct Africa hosted a research priority setting workshop end 2018.
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