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Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship


It is crucial that the high-quality data that is produced is used effectively in clinical practice to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

The Fleming Fund recognises the importance of strong antimicrobial stewardship practices in the fight against AMR. The Commonwealth Partnerships for antimicrobial stewardship (CwPAMS) scheme funds health partnerships – existing or new – between the UK’s NHS Trusts and health institutions with their counterparts in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. These partnerships are undertaking projects of up to 24 months that aim to improve antimicrobial stewardship practices in country.

A total of 12 partnerships have been selected across the 4 participating countries.

Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) and the Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA).

30 months (September 2018 – March 2021)

Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and Ghana.

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