Antibiotic resistance

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Antibiotics resistance is EVERYONE'S problem. We have been wasting our antibiotic resources for far too long and immediate action on many levels is needed if we are to reverse current trends.

We need high-level political commitments allocating resources, but we also need grassroot awareness activities with an aim to raise an antibiotic-smart population. Antibiotic resistance affects and involves many different actors, activities and sectors of society. Therefore there are many things each one of us can do to help limit antibiotic resistance development and spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria.

The ReAct Toolbox can help you get started!

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You can also find an inspiration and guidance in our user-friendly web-based resource to take action on antibiotic resistance, the ReAct Toolbox. It is built on what has been done in the past in a variety of settings, and is aligned with ongoing and current initiatives from across the globe.

If you are a policy maker and want learn more about what can you do about the issue click HERE.

If you are a health care professional and want learn more about what can you do about the issue click HERE.

If you are working with civil society and want learn more about what can you do about the issue click HERE.

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Coordination and collaboration in efforts to tackle antibiotic resistance will be crucial in upcoming years. ReAct, being a catalyzer of interactions and initiatives for many years, has an extended network of partners. If you would like to get involved, we invite you to contact us, we have nodes in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America, or sign up for our newsletter.

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