New study maps progress of UK-Africa collaboration in tackling antimicrobial resistance in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
A new study, undertaken by Prospect IP on behalf of The Bloomsbury SET, has identified some of the key problems surrounding antimicrobial resistance (AMR) across certain parts of Africa, highlighting the need for an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to the threat of AMR in these areas.
The “East Africa Case Study: UK-Africa collaborations in combatting Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)” explores specific AMR issues and challenges in low and middle-income countries, looking at the status of AMR management in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. It compares their progress at a national level, in line with the WHO Global Action Plan.
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