Training/Capacity building

The RADAAR Project provides training and capacity building to enhance AMR-related policy initiatives for low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Africa and Asia. In 2022, a collaboration with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Evidence-Informed Policy Network (EVIPNet), RADAAR is providing opportunities for LMICs to strengthen capacities in translating AMR data and evidence into effective policies. A series of online training webinars initially involves Bangladesh, Malawi, Nepal, and Uganda.

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Policy advocacy

The RADAAR project is the only Fleming Fund regional project fully dedicated to the thematic domain of policy, planning, and advocacy. In this regard RADAAR is developing tools, guidance, and capacity-building workshops on AMR policy advocacy. With limited guidance available specifically on policy advocacy to address AMR, in 2022, RADAAR co-developed ‘Advocacy to Drive AMR Policy: A Country Guide’ with country, regional, and global AMR stakeholders.

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AMR documents

RADAAR has provided links to some of the key documents on AMR, including from the Fleming Fund, the Wellcome Trust, the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC). To keep the list updated please submit documents to include via the ‘Contact’ section of the RADAAR webpages.

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