ReAct's wishes for 2017, node by node.
- In 2017 we hope to see even more countries, including the francophone countries, across the African continent embark on development and implementation of their National Action Plans on AMR. We will be here to support you!
- In 2017 we hope governments across the world will create a global Access and Conservation Fund to support the development and implementation of stewardship and sustainable access measures in developing countries.
ReAct Asia Pacific
- In 2017 it is our hope that consumers and broader civil society will join us across the Asia Pacific region in calling for drastically reducing the use of antibiotics in the production of our food.
- For 2017 we call on governments in the Asia Pacific region to step up their work to improve water quality, sanitation and hygiene for all and support the improvement of hygiene practices in all spheres of our lives.
- For 2017 we would like to see a further recognition of the threat that antimicrobial resistance poses to the realisation of many of the sustainable development goals (SDG) – including by making antimicrobial resistance an integral part of the SDG indicator framework.
- In 2017 we hope to see governments taking serious action on securing access to effective antibiotics for those in need and excess for no one by committing funding to support full delinkage incentives to break the pharmaceuticals industry’s dependence on high prices and excessive sales volumes of new antibiotics.
ReAct North America
- In 2017, we would like to see policymakers and other stakeholders ensure technical and financial resources for not only innovation of new technologies, but also innovation of practice to develop novel stewardship practices across the human and veterinary health sectors.
- In 2017, we hope that it will be a given that civil society is consulted upon by all policy-makers in taking local, national, and global action towards antimicrobial resistance. From efforts such as the UN Inter-Agency Coordination Group on AMR to the implementation of the WHO Global Action Plan across countries, civil society such as those within the Antibiotic Resistance Coalition must be at the forefront of discussions among other key stakeholders.
ReAct Latin America
- In 2017 we hope to see more people come together in recognizing and celebrating the importance of protecting Mother Earth and the vast and diverse bacterial world indispensable for our food and for our health.
Madre Tierra, Una Sola Salud
Encuentro para entender y aprehender:
Alentando las ansias para preservar la vida,
Cultivando los afectos, defendiendo la tierra, cuidando los antibióticos,
Recuperando los sueños olvidados, los saberes populares,
Transformando la angustia colectiva en esperanza,
Caminando juntos, buscando el Corazón de la Ciencia y la Vida.