Civil society plays an essential role in the work to limit the spread of antibiotic resistance.
From raising awareness in the community to working to develop, revise, and implement National Action Plans. The issue is complex and the options for action are many. The process can be daunting but ReAct has resources to help.
Facilitating action on antibiotic resistance
ReAct aims to assist civil society organizations already working with antibiotic resistance in some way, or are interested in taking action. The aim of the Toolbox is to provide inspiration and guidance, 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. Throughout the Toolbox a narrative text guides the user on how to take action on antibiotic resistance. It combines practical advice with examples from the field, and links to external resources that can be adapted and implemented in a variety of contexts.
Use the Toolbox
- Expand your knowledge UNDERSTAND: How did we end up here?
- Input into National Action Plans POLICY: National action plans
- Print out materials to distribute to stakeholders RAISE AWARENESS: Civil society – Campaign materials and tools – Fact sheets
- Learn how to perform a KABP MEASURE: Generate new data – Knowledge attitudes behaviours perceptions