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How the Fleming Fund Works

The Fleming Fund represents a large scale investment from UK aid in supporting low and middle income countries to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through a One Health approach.

The Fleming Fund is led by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) in partnership with a wide range of delivery partners and an independent technical advisory group.

What can be funded?

The Fleming Fund will focus on these five areas:

What grants are available?

There are four types of grant available:

How will the Fleming Fund measure success?

The Fleming Fund will have supported over 30 countries in developing the tools and policies needed to tackle AMR, and will have established sustainable surveillance systems in 24 countries.

Success will be demonstrated by:

The Fleming Fund includes an embedded independent evaluation to explore its impact and support adaptive management. The evaluation will explore:

The evaluation will provide annual reports to the Fleming Fund to support continuous learning and adaption of the portfolio.

Who else is involved?

DHSC manages the Fleming Fund with the support of a number of partners.

The Fleming Fund has also appointed a Technical Advisory Group to provide additional leadership and support.