UK to invest in new research against evolving global health threats

  27 September 2019

The Chief Medical Officer has announced funding for projects to help beat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and achieve global universal health coverage.

The funding will include:

  • £6.2 million to strengthen existing surveillance systems tracking AMR trends across Africa and Asia
  • £12 million to improve collaborations on health systems research between low- and middle-income countries and the UK, for example countries in sub-Saharan Africa
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