The RADAAR project focuses on regional data sharing and analysis to influence and facilitate evidence-based policy-making, advocacy, and response. It aims to bring together partners generating AMR, AMU, AMC data, to share their experiences through a participatory approach; establish a regional data sharing framework and platform for analysis and visualisation relevant to policy-making, advocacy, and response; and provide Fleming Fund priority countries with relevant information for planning, policy and interventions.


Data workshops

RADAAR hosted three regional workshops on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) data-sharing and analysis. The workshops will inform the creation of a draft regional framework for AMR data-sharing and analysis, to include the inputs and valuable perspectives of the multisectoralparticipants, as well as, co-development of AMR policy advocacy guidance document/tools to strengthen capacities of low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to translate data and evidence into compelling policy pitches.

South Asia Workshop >









Africa Workshop  >









Southeast Asia Workshop  >




South Asia Workshop >




Africa Workshop  >




Southeast Asia Workshop  >


Policy workshops

RADAAR hosted the much-anticipated AMR Policy Workshop during 12-14th April 2022, with the goal of contributing to strengthening capacities for evidence-informed AMR policy-making, to support National Action Plan implementation. AMR and policy experts provided insights, experiences, and current thinking on policy-relevant issues impacting AMR policymaking. Sessions included: a keynote presentation on ‘Re-thinking mechanisms of AMR emergence and spread’; integrated (One Health) analysis for LMICs; AMR economic concepts and analyses; policy implications from the GRAM, CAPTURA, and MAAP projects; and reflections on mobilizing domestic resources for national AMR interventions. The final session of the workshop introduced the collaboration between IVI-RADAAR and WHO-EVIPNet for strengthening country capacity for translating AMR data/evidence to policy.

For more information about the policy workshop: Policy workshop




During October 2020 to January 2021, RADAAR gathered information from Bangladesh, Nepal, Malawi, Timor-Leste, Uganda, and Viet Nam, through key informant interviews (KIIs) with 60 country level stakeholders (conducted online due to COVID-19 restrictions). A further 30 interviews were conducted at the regional/global level, with experts or those coordinating major initiatives, projects, and networks.


The objectives of these 90 KIIs were to:

  • Inform the content and design for three multi-sectoral regional data workshops in South Asia, Southeast Asia and Africa, and two policy workshops in Asia and Africa to be held in 2021. The data workshops involve data generators, and the policy workshops, decision- and policy-makers. Participants are from countries that are part of the Fleming Fund, together with those from the tripartite agencies (WHO, FAO and OIE) and others.
  • Identify existing regional platforms and mechanisms for data-sharing and analysis between countries; and whether such platforms/mechanism are or could be useful, and what they should look like ideally. Based on this analysis, RADAAR will develop a regional framework for data-sharing and analysis for improving policy-making. Small pilot initiatives are planned to identify the best way of getting countries – focused on Fleming Fund countries – to share AMR data.



During April 2021, RADAAR conducted an online survey inviting key stakeholders and country experts involved in shaping AMR prevention and control efforts to share their thoughts and insights on AMR data sharing and analysis. The purpose of this survey was to inform the design and content of a series of regional data and policy workshops in Asia and Africa.

A total of 205 respondents from the 22 Fleming Fund countries completed the survey, which was divided into sections for animal and human health. RADAAR also organized three webinars for South-east Asia, South Asia and Africa, to facilitate the completion of the survey and answer any queries. The survey shed light on how AMR/AMU/AMC data is being collected, shared and utilized by the different countries. The results of both the key informant interviews and the online survey are being presented during the AMR data-sharing and analysis workshops.