UK to invest in research on evolving global health threats
The UK’s chief medical officer Professor Dame Sally Davies has announced funding for projects to help combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and achieve global universal health coverage.
The funding includes: £6.2 million to strengthen existing surveillance systems tracking AMR trends across Africa and Asia; and £12 million to improve collaborations on health systems research between low- and middle-income countries and the UK.
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