Global Health Experts Convene in India Ahead of UNGA 2024

The Centre for Science and Environment recently hosted a two-day workshop focusing on the priorities of low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) for the upcoming High-Level Meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR), scheduled during the UN General Assembly in September. The event garnered participation from over 40 global stakeholders, including representatives from 15 countries across Africa and Asia.

Julia Bishop Link , Director of Strategy and Partnerships at the AMR Policy Accelerator, was among the attendees. Throughout the workshop, experts engaged in discussions, addressing critical areas pertinent to LMICs. Topics ranged from securing financing for the implementation of national action plans and advancing antibiotic research and development, advocating for transformative changes in food systems and addressing the environmental impact of antibiotic manufacturing discharges, and quantitative targets across One Health sectors.

These targets are anticipated to serve as focal points for member countries’ commitments at the UNGA 2024, signaling a unified global effort in combating antimicrobial resistance.


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