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.
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“You can’t steward medicines well without preventing and controlling infections…”
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.
Uganda's first grant scales up surveillance
After 23 months of Fleming Fund support, the first country grant in Uganda comes to an end this month. The grant has helped develop an AMR…
Fleming Fund programme aids COVID-19 response
Nearly one year after the first cases of the coronavirus emerged, the pandemic continues to rattle health systems and economies across the…
Statement from the Fleming Fund on COVID-19
The Fleming Fund team is closely monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak and is acutely aware of the impact this will have across the programme and our partners.
Drug-resistant infections in the time of COVID-19
As the global health community rallies to support the COVID-19 response, the Fleming Fund is committed to continuing crucial work on AMR,…
Petri Dish Bulletin Issue 15
Issue 15 of the Petri Dish is now available.
Uganda receives medical equipment that can cut bacteriology diagnostics time in half
Uganda has received three pioneering laboratory machines to speed up the process of testing and treating patients for bacterial infections…
The Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship (CwPAMS), a collaborative initiative between THET and the Commonwealth…
Commonwealth health partnerships to improve antimicrobial stewardship announced!
Following a successful competition, the Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) scheme, has selected 12 projects to…