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The Commonwealth Pharmacy Association have said they are very excited to announce the UK Department of Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund will support 12 selected health partnerships’ antimicrobial stewardship initiatives to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia.
The funding is being provided by the UK Department of Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund as part of a £265 million commitment to support efforts to tackle AMR in low and middle-income countries. The fund aims to build capacity in AMR surveillance locally, nationally and globally and to implement systems for evidence-based antimicrobial use. Within this, the partnerships will particularly focus on promoting the rational use of antimicrobials, looking at how they can build capacity for informed antimicrobial prescribing using appropriate protocols, antimicrobial stewardship and surveillance of use – including through participation in the Global Point Prevalence Survey (Global PPS).
We were lucky to catch up with some of the team and volunteers during their initial recent training event.
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