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When the Drugs Don’t Work - Antibiotic Resistance as a Global Development Problem

This report by ReAct and Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation looks at the state of global development when the drugs don’t work and a post-antibiotic era sets in. The report shows how antibiotic resistance is a global development problem by highlighting existing data and people’s experiences. When the Drugs Don’t Work – Antibiotic Resistance as a Global Development Problem (4,1 MB, PDF).

Meeting report - A planetary threat but a financing orphan

How should needed work on antimicrobial resistance be funded? Read meeting report from workshop with experts on antimicrobial resistance and global health. There is currently no ‘go-to-place’ for funding the implementation of National Action Plans on AMR and this is a serious concern.The report is prepared by ReAct and the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation. Read full report: Antimicrobial Resistance and sustainable development: A planetary threat but a financing orphan (PDF).

A Framework for Costing the Lowering of Antimicrobial Use in Food Animal Production

This commissioned paper for UK Review on AMR co-authored by ReAct provides an overview of the published literature on costs associated with lowering antimicrobial use in food animal production and of switching to alternative modes of production across livestock sectors and countries. A Framework for Costing the Lowering of Antimicrobial Use in Food Animal Production (PDF).

 

Antimicrobial Resistance - A threat to the world's sustainable development

New ReAct publication that describes how AMR threatens the achievement of the sustainable development goals. Report in collaboration with the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation on the role of antimicrobial resistance for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Antimicrobial Resistance – A threat to the world’s sustainable development (4 MB, PDF).

Antimicrobial Resistance – A threat to the world’s sustainable development, fully referenced version (4 MB, PDF).

 

Antimicrobial resistance - Stakeholder Mapping by ReAct

An overview of current agencies, initiatives and organisations active in key policy areas in the field of antimicrobial resistance conducted in early 2016. ReAct’s AMR Stakeholder Mapping (PDF).

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Sumak Kawsay, Mundo microbiano, resistencia bacteriana y soberanía alimentaria

Los análisis hechos por los expositores, demostraron que esta problemática tiene múltiples aristas y que se ve agravada por las profundas inequidades sociales existentes, la mercantilización de la salud y la vida; la destrucción de los ecosistemas, vulneración de derechos sociales, la desnutrición y mal nutrición, entre otras.
Sumak Kawsay, Mundo microbiano, resistencia bacteriana y soberanía alimentaria (PDF, 4MB).

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Un mundo libre del miedo a las infecciones intratables

La resistencia bacteriana, disparada por el mal uso y el abuso de antibióticos, no solo que incrementa las estadísticas de morbilidad, mortalidad y costos sanitarios en el mundo, sino que amenaza con derrumbar los sistemas médicos modernos y acerca la posibilidad de una era post-antibiótica
para la humanidad.
Un mundo libre del miedo a las infecciones intratables (PDF, 8MB).

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Sumak Kawsay & Salud

Los nuevos enfoques en el tratamiento y control de las enfermedades infecciosas, la implementación y uso de los avances técnicos para el diagnóstico microbiológico fueron abordados con profundidad al tiempo que la discusión fue enriquecida.
Sumak Kawsay & Salud (PDF, 9MB).