Following the publication of our [Phase I Report](https://www.flemingfund.org/publications/the-fleming-fund-phase-i-a-summary/) on Tuesday 26th April, the Fleming Fund hosted a launch event the following Wednesday. The aim of the launch event was to announce HMG approval for the Fleming Fund until 2025, showcase our new publication and share our partners’ work.
Fleming Fund Grant Resource Handbook
This resource handbook was compiled by Mott MacDonald, the Management Agent for the UK Department of Health and Social Care’s Fleming Fund Country Grant Programme. This resource contains a list of links to open access guidance documents and manuals relevant to Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and Antimicrobial Use (AMU) surveillance, and Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS), with a specific focus on resource-limited settings.
The handbook is organized in sections covering strategic documents from the Tripartite organisations, the World Bank and other key international stakeholders, surveillance in human health, animal health, the food chain and the environment, infection prevention and control, biosafety and biosecurity guidance and laboratory resources relevant for AMR surveillance.
The documents linked to in the handbook do not necessarily express the opinion of the Fleming Fund or its Management Agent, and the Fleming Fund is not responsible for the accuracy of information contained within the documents.
The full document is available here
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