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Fleming Fund

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Project Data Last Updated: 20/09/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-10-Fleming_Fund

Description

The Fleming Fund is a £265m commitment by the UK Government to support low- and middle-income countries to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through improving surveillance capacity. Information about individual Fleming Fund projects and contracts can be found under the ""child activities"" linked to this activity.

Description

The Fleming Fund aims to: 1. support the development of National Action Plans for AMR; 2. develop and support the implementation of protocols and guidance for AMR surveillance and antimicrobial use; 3. build sustainable laboratory capacity for AMR sensitivity testing and diagnosis; 4. build sustainable drug resistance surveillance capacity and networks; 5. enable the sharing of drug resistance data locally, regionally and nationally; 6. facilitate the increased use of drug resistance data to monitor and address resistance as it evolves; and 7. advocate for the application of data to promote the rationale use of antimicrobials for human health, animal health and agriculture.

Description

Projects funded through Fleming Fund will benefit people in low- and middle-income countries, where the burden of drug resistant infection is greater.

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