Many countries are currently working to develop, revise and implement National Action Plans on Antimicrobial Resistance. The process can be daunting but ReAct has resources that can help.
We can help with National Action Plans
ReAct aims to provide support to governments, organizations and individuals involved with their country’s work to implement a National Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance through the resources compiled in our Toolbox. The aim of the Toolbox and its resources is to provide inspiration and guidance, built on what has been done in the past in a variety of settings and align actions with ongoing and current initiatives from across the globe. Throughout the Toolbox a narrative text guides the user on how to develop and implement National Action Plans, from a One Health, holistic perspective. It combines practical advice with examples and links to external resources that can be adapted and implemented in a variety of contexts.
Use the ReAct Toolbox
- Overview National action plans: POLICY – National Action Plans.
- Support and tools in the process of developing and implementing a plan (Engage stakeholders, assess the situation, develop, implement and evaluate the plan): POLICY – Develop and implement plan.
- Find suggestions of different policy areas that could be covered in a plan and support resources for their implementation: POLICY – Elements of a plan.
More from "National Action Plans on AMR"
- Global Action Plan and UN Declaration
- Take action at the country level
- Toolbox – A guide for National Action Plans
- 5 steps how to get started on developing a National Action Plan on AMR
- 3 things I wish I knew before developing a National Action Plan on AMR
- Allocation of adequate resources and community engagement key to NAP implementation