This briefing note, prepared as a background document for a stakeholder meeting in Bangladesh, highlights the value and importance of combining One Health and community engagement to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR). It summarises the threat that AMR poses globally and explains why it requires a One Health approach, what this means for the global health community and how community engagement via targeted social and behaviour change interventions could help minimise its spread. The briefing note also features the findings of two studies conducted in Bangladesh and offers recommendations for policy makers, practitioners and researchers.
Country: BangladeshKeywords: Public health communications | Future health | Health system strengthening | Resistance management | SDG12 | SDG3
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