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The CGIAR AMR hub: A global research and development partnership for reducing agriculture-associated antimicrobial resistance

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Poster. May 2019

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The CGIAR AMR hub: A global research and development partnership for reducing agriculture-associated antimicrobial resistance

  1. 1. amr@cgiar.org A global research and development partnership for reducing agriculture-associated antimicrobial resistance PUBLIC HEALTH Barbara Wieland, ILRI b.wieland@cgiar.org Benefits of the AMR Hub • New significant transdisciplinary partnerships around AMR • Urgently needed evidence on ways to mitigate agri-food system associated AMR risks •Improved access for national science partners to international AMR research community ILRI, IFPRI, WorldFish and IWMI thank all donors and organizations which globally support its work through their contributions to the CGIAR Trust Fund: https://www.cgiar.org/funders/ The antimicrobial conundrum • Many livestock and fish producers need better access to high quality veterinary drugs. • Too many fish and livestock producers use the wrong, or poor quality, antimicrobials in animals without prescriptions, leading to unnecessary drugs in the environment and residues in animal source food. This document is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. May 2019 Innovative ways of working Expertise is drawn from different CGIAR centers and their partners, to allow true interdisciplinary research at the human-livestock/fish- environment interface, helping align communication around agriculture associated antimicrobial resistance within and outside the CGIAR. Context • Antimicrobial resistance is one of the biggest health challenges for humanity. • Intensifying agri- and aquaculture is linked to increased use of antimicrobials. Partnerships facilitated through the AMR hub AM use and value chains, behavior Transmission dynamics and residues Interventions and their impact on public health outcomes Support enabling policy Capacity development, scale solutions Pillars of the CGIAR AMR Hub research strategy The CGIAR AMR hub § One health approach, systems thinking § Unique inter-disciplinary CGIAR partnership § Gender sensitive solutions § Evidence on links between agriculture (including livestock) and public health outcomes Learn more about the Hub CRP partnership with:

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