Survey on AMR Multi-stakeholder Partnership Platform started

Survey on AMR Multi-stakeholder Partnership Platform started

  • 18/08/2021

The Tripartite organizations (FAO, OIE, WHO) are conducting a public discussion survey on the development of the Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) Multi-stakeholder Partnership Platform and are actively seeking feedback on its proposed objectives, key elements and ways of working. Please take a moment to share your opinion by filling in a short survey (link below).

To tackle the ever-increasing global threat of AMR, most countries have put in place multi-sectoral AMR National Action Plans (NAPs), and many have national legislation to control antimicrobial use. Still, implementation is a real challenge, rendered difficult by lack of awareness, resources, capacity, and incentives. In order to ensure that strategies address the need and constraints of each sector to bring sustainable change, collaboration between sectors is required.

The UN Inter-agency Coordination Group on antimicrobial resistance (IACG) recommended establishing a constituency-based partnership platform to develop and implement a shared global vision, narrative, and targets. The aim is to bring multiple stakeholders together across the human, animal, plant, and environment interface, assisting in preserving antimicrobials as lifesaving medicines for humans, animals, and plants.

Your remarks will help to shape the foundations of the AMR Multi-stakeholder Partnership Platform and enable to develop formal Terms of Reference. The survey will close on 18 September 2021. Please follow the link below to get started.

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