The UK Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Vietnam further strengthening a partnership between the two countries to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
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The Fleming Fund Annual Review provides an overview of programme progress from January to December 2020. It covers progress towards…
This International Women’s Day we celebrate three women in science who are a part of our Fleming Fund Fellowship Programme.
Join us on March 23 as we celebrate Professor Jacques Acar's contribution to science and the fight against antimicrobial resistance. In his honour, Dr Dilip Nathwani will give a lecture highlighting the importance of antimicrobial stewardship, surveillance, clinical engagement and education.
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.
The Fleming Fund and the Open University have released new modules on the Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance course, meaning 23 modules are now available. The course is completely free and available world-wide, regardless of whether participants are affiliated with the Fleming Fund.
Jacques was born in Dakar in 1931 to Lebanese parents. Originally from Deir el-Qamar he lived briefly in Lebanon where he finished his…
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…
This update covers grant activity from July - September, 2020.