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Why is it important to address ABR?

  • Antibiotics are the cornerstones of modern medicine. Human, animal and planetary health rely heavily on antibiotics efficacy. We need to ensure that antibiotics are used responsibly and appropriately.
  • The rising levels of antibiotic resistance threatens to leave us without effective treatment of bacterial infections. At the same time, very few new antibiotics are under development.
  • The burden of antibiotic resistance falls disproportionately on low-and middle-income countries.


Why support ReAct?

  • We advocate at global, regional and national levels to advance antibiotic innovation, drive globally coordinated action, and advocate for initiatives that address global access to antibiotics.
  • ReAct works to minimize the spread of antibiotic resistance with an approach that is responsive to low- and middle-income countries’ needs with a strong focus on One Health AMR National Action Plans implementation, health systems strengthening and community engagement.

3 people die

every minute from resistant bacteria

1 in 5 dead is a child

younger than 5 years old, dead from resistant bacteria

How to support ReAct

There are many ways you can help work against antibiotic resistance.

  • Financial support is essential for ReAct’s continued work against antibiotic resistance.
  • Contact ReAct Europe’s Director Anna Sjöblom at …. for larger donations or collaborations.
  • Donations go through Uppsala University, contact Thomas at…
  • Subscribe to our newsletter.
  • Follow us on social media.
  • Get engaged! Spread awareness in your community.

Contact us

Anna Sjöblom

Director, ReAct Europe


Mobile: +46 73 986 66 37

Thomas Fredengren

Fundraiser, Uppsala University


Phone: +46 18 471 1885

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Your life can change in a split second. Vanessa Carter from South Africa is well aware of this. She was in a car accident almost 20 years ago. On top of the accident she also survived 3 years of a drug-resistant infection. Now she is part of the change.

Vanessa Carter
AMR Champion

Read Vanessa's story

In 2005 we were a small group that wanted to created change to keep antibiotics working, so we created ReAct. We saw how bacteria started become resistant to life-saving infectious medicines, antibiotics. The ability to treat and save lives is dramatically reducing in healthcare as we know it. ReAct's work has never been more needed!

— Otto Cars
ReAct founder

A global threat, a global network

ReAct's Impact Report

During 2019-2022 ReAct evolved as a network and increased its efforts to act on antibiotic resistance at a global, regional and country level. Together, the ReAct nodes have collaborated – from community level to the highest global political agenda.

Read ReAct’s Impact Report 2019-2022

Support ReAct via Uppsala University
You can support ReAct’s work via donations to Uppsala University, as it is the host for ReAct Europe. Make sure to mark donations with “ReAct”.

Support ReAct via Uppsala University

Ways of giving – Uppsala University

ReAct has truly had a huge impact in taking the issues beyond the “believers and early adopters” into the realm of private and public professionals, policy- and decision-makers, all the way to the highest levels of global governance. It has been a great pleasure to work with ReAct and see the network grow globally.

— Danilo Lo Fo Wong, Regional Adviser AMR, WHO EUROPE

Read Tapiwa's story

There is growing public response to AMR in Thailand

— Niyada Kiatying-Angsulee, Chulalongkorn University

Read Niyada's story

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