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The President reiterated his support for the Fleming Fund’s activities in Pakistan during a meeting with the British High Commissioner for Pakistan, Dr Christian Turner.

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In Memoriam: Professor Jacques Acar

Date: 30/04/2020

Jacques was born in Dakar in 1931 to Lebanese parents. Originally from Deir el-Qamar he lived briefly in Lebanon where he finished his…

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Fleming Fund Online AMR Course

Date: 24/02/2021

The Fleming Fund, in partnership with the Open University, is releasing a free online course comprised of 25 technical online modules,…

The Fight the Fakes 2020 campaign aims to draw attention to the problem of substandard and falsified medicines around the world. Fake drugs…

The UK Government has formally launched a £1.5m partnership with Sierra Leone aimed at tackling drug resistance by improving public healt…

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Programme Update Bulletin: Quarter 3, 2020

Date: 26/11/2020

This update covers grant activity from July - September, 2020.

Fleming Fund partner International Vaccine Institute is working with countries across Asia and Africa to identify, evaluate, and create…

Fleming Fund Fellowships support training and capacity building for scientists, epidemiologists and clinicians in over 20 countries across Africa and Asia. In Uganda, Fleming Fellow Michael Omodo is studying bacteria that move between humans and animals to understand how best to tackle resistance.

Fleming Fund Fellowships support training and capacity building for scientists, epidemiologists and clinicians in over 20 countries across Africa and Asia. In Nigeria, Eme Enkeng says her experience as a Fleming Fund Fellow is helping her become a leader in Nigeria’s scientific community and improve laboratory practices country wide.

Fleming Fund Fellowships support training and capacity building for scientists, epidemiologists and clinicians in over 20 countries across Africa and Asia. In Uganda, Fleming Fellow William Olum is bringing people together to help his hospital use drugs better.