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Up to £210 million of funding to partner with countries across Asia and Africa to tackle antimicrobial resistance and reduce the threat posed to the UK.

New country reports provide detailed accounts of drug resistance surveillance across the African continent to reduce the burden of AMR.

Report contains key findings for stakeholders engaging in AMR surveillance, research, policy, regulatory decision-making, and other infectious disease prevention and control programmes in Bangladesh and wider Asia, supported by the Fleming Fund.

Fleming Fund grantee, Menzies School of Health Research boosts healthcare in Timor-Leste by successfully implementing microbiology laboratory services for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) data surveillance at all five referral hospitals – achieving immediate results by the patient bedside for improved treatment plans.

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Fleming Fund regional grantee, presented on the SEQAFRICA project at the symposium ‘Beyond COVID-19: Pathogen Genomics and Bioinformatics for Health Security in Africa’, hosted at the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

The Fleming Fund Country Grant in Papua New Guinea (PNG), led by Burnet Institute in Australia was the focus of a recent visit to Port Moresby by the UK Foreign Secretary, Rt. Hon. James Cleverly.

As part of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2022 in November last year, Head of the Fleming Fund’s Expert Advisory Group Dr Catriona Waddington joined an esteemed panel of speakers from the AMR community at the symposium, ‘The rising tide of antimicrobial resistance – a high price to pay’ hosted by Ineos Oxford Institute, Oxford Martin School.

In partnership with the Fleming Fund, the Royal Government of Bhutan’s Ministry of Health (MoH) has renovated three antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance sites with advanced laboratory equipment to support the country’s health system.

The UK government's Fleming Fund project in Pakistan, led by grantee DAI and managed by Mott MacDonald, won the global antimicrobial stewardship prize from the AMR Industry Alliance for bringing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) awareness to the forefront of clinical care.

The Quadripartite’s One Health Joint Plan of Action promotes an interdisciplinary approach to tackling global health threats.