Bangladesh: Policy Fellowship
Host Institution Approved
Workplan Development Workshop
Policy Fellowships are designed to strengthen national leadership in evidence-based policy development, advocacy and One Health collaboration. Policy Fellows are selected on a candidate’s existing expertise and leadership and influencing abilities. The fellowship supports national AMR governance, helps raise awareness within national governments about AMR issues and translates data and evidence into policy recommendations. The programme runs for 6-12 months in duration and follows a modified recruitment and application process.
International Livestock Research Institute
Jan 2021 - Feb 2022
Beneficiary Institutions & Fellowships:
AMR Policy - Human Health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
- To improve AMR data use for evidence-based policy making and aligned strategic planning across the human and animal health sectors.
- To advance leadership skills in AMR/AMU governance in healthcare, collaborative working and evidence based One Health advocacy.
- To increase the effectiveness of Fellowship communities of practice for strengthening the national AMR response.
AMR Policy - One Health, Directorate General of Drug Administration
- To improve AMU data use for evidence-based policy making and aligned strategic planning in the drug administration sector.
- To advance leadership skills in AMU governance, collaborative working and evidence based One Health advocacy.
- To increase the effectiveness of Fellowship communities of practice for decreasing irrational use of antibiotic both in human health and animal sector.
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