ReAct is a global network dedicated to the problem of antibiotic resistance. We work in a multidisciplinary team which includes microbiologists, physicians, veterinarians, communication experts and global health specialists.
We share information, encourage action and influence policy via nodes on five continents.
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Governance structures on antibiotic resistance including sufficient funding to implement national action plans, are transparent, accountable and responsive to low- and middle-income countries needs; and have a framework in place to actively engage with civil society.
A One Health approach is advanced to minimize spread of antibiotic resistance that is responsive to lower middle-income countries (LMIC) needs, and with a strong focus on One Health AMR National Action Plans implementation, health systems strengthening and community engagement.
A public health driven approach for development and delivery of new antibiotics and diagnostics and where access for people in low- and middle-income countries is central will take stronger root among governments and international institutions
Community and civil society mobilization is critical for a strong and sustainable action on antibiotic resistance. To be able to reach the strategic objectives in this plan, ReAct has identified community and civil society mobilization as a critical enabler and way of working.
ReAct’s perspective is shaped by the reality of the five continents where we are based. Our vision and values are guided by the principle that solutions to contain antibiotic resistance must contribute to improving universal health coverage, global poverty reduction and support global development for all.
ReAct was initiated with the goal to be a global catalyst, advocating and stimulating for global engagement on the issue of antibiotic resistance by collaborating with a broad range of organizations, individuals and stakeholders.
Since its inception in 2005, ReAct’s main funder has been the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).