The Global Leaders Group co-chairs, Their Excellencies Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh and Mia Amor Moley, Prime Minister of Barbados, hosted a UN General Assembly side event to discuss and address antimicrobial resistance (AMR) with Heads of Government and State, government Ministers and relevant stakeholders.
“Urgent action is required to stop the spread of antimicrobial resistance. Without action, we face a future where we will be unable to treat infections in humans, animals and plants. We must work together to protect our medicines” said co- chair of the Global Leader Group on AMR, Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
Antimicrobial resistance containment programAntimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the ability of microorganisms to persist or grow in the presence of drugs designed to inhibit or kill them.
Infection Prevention & Control Program The IPC guideline (3rd version) and accompanying training module have been updated to
include the latest WHO
CAPTURA Retrospective AMR
Surveillance Evidence to Action – Advancing the AMR agenda during a pandemic
Training on IPC of COVID 19- Phase 3Evidence to Action – Advancing the AMR agenda during a pandemic
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