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  25 November 2019

AMR is perhaps the greatest threat to child survival and health of this generation. This technical note reflects UNICEF’s response to this growing threat and identifies AMR-specific and AMR-sensitive actions in three priority areas: (1) reducing the incidence of infection; (2) promoting access to, and optimal use of, antimicrobial agents; and (3) increasing awareness and understanding of AMR.

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Author(s): Unicef
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