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Relevant resources on antimicrobial resistance - not exclusively funded by the Fleming Fund.

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How does the Fleming Fund’s approach to One Health reflect good practice? How can One Health be evaluated? These are questions bei…

Our independent evaluator, [Itad](https://www.itad.com/project/fleming-fund-independent-evaluation-supplier/), is evaluating whether the…

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Common elements of good practice for sustainability

Date: 21/07/2021

How likely are the Fleming Fund country level results to be sustained? This is one of six questions being pursued by our independent…

Regional grantee, the International Vaccine Institute, is implementing the RADAAR grant which examines the barriers to sharing and use of…

The Fleming Fund’s Regional Grants and Fellowship Scheme are expected to make important contributions to the Fund’s overarching goals …

As part of its laboratory strengthening activities, the Fleming Fund partners with the International Procurement Agency (IPA), to help it…

The major goal of the Fleming Fund is to improve the availability, quantity and quality of AMR data, and promote its sharing and use by…

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global health challenge and antimicrobial use (AMU) in the livestock sector has been considered as one…

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Thinking and Working Politically in AMR Surveillance

Date: 26/04/2021

DAI is the consortium lead for Fleming Fund Country Grants in Nigeria, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia - four countries where…

The generation and sharing of antimicrobial resistance, use and consumption (AMR/U/C) data is invaluable for underpinning national and…