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Antimicrobial resistance contributes to at least 700,000 deaths globally every year. Without urgent action, millions of lives are at risk and economies will suffer.
Antimicrobial resistance causes at least 700,000 deaths globally each year. We need a coordinated, cross-sectoral and multi-pronged approach to respond effectively to this threat.
A One Health approach and community engagement are crucial to tackling antimicrobial resistance. We carried out two studies in Bangladesh that highlight the value of community dialogues in addressing this threat to global health.
This study explores the process of developing an embedded approach to community engagement, taking the global challenge of antibiotic resistance as an example.
In Cambodia, partial resistance to artemisinin-based combination therapy has been confirmed in malaria parasites. To support elimination of Plasmodium falciparum and prevent further emergence of resistant mutations, strengthened malaria case management is key.