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Three short interviews on AMR and UHC – from ReAct Africa Conference

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Three short interviews on Antimicrobial Resistance and Universal Health Coverage from the ReAct Africa Conference.

Dr. Evelyn Wesangula, National Focal Point for AMR, Kenya

Short interview with Dr. Evelyn Wesangula, National Focal Point for AMR, Kenya, on the importance of Antimicrobial Resistance and Universal Health Coverage and its impact on the development agenda in countries.

 

 

Dr. Philip Mathew, Kerala, India

Short interview with Dr. Philip Mathew, Kerala, India, on the importance of connecting Antimicrobial Resistance with Universal Health Coverage and the upcoming High Level Meeting at UN General Assembly on 23 September 2019.

 

 

Dr. Watipaso Kasambara, National Focal Point for AMR, Malawi

Dr. Watipaso Kasambara, National Focal Point for AMR, Malawi, talks about the situation in the African region. If the drugs are available, the doctors have very limited options to choose from. The situation is really alarming.