Human, animal, plant and environmental health are inextricably linked. One Health recognises the connectiveness and integrates a holistic approach involving experts and relevant disciplines from all relevant sectors and industries.
To achieve its vision and objectives, as outlined in the Terms of Reference, the Global AMR R&D Hub is progressing work under its three strategic pillars. Key activities under each of the pillars are outlined below. The 2018-2021 Work Plan of the Global AMR R&D Hub highlights the key activities.
Global Knowledge Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Development
- For Evidence-Based Decision Making and Enhancing Collaboration and Coordination
Call for Tender – Market Potential Calculations of AMR Product Markets
In May the Global AMR R&D Hub called for tenders for the implementation of a study to determine the global market potentials for four prioritised products relevant for addressing AMR. The call closed on June 19, 2020.
The Global AMR R&D Hub is a partnership of countries, non-governmental donor organisations and intergovernmental organisations to address challenges and improve coordination and collaboration in global AMR R&D using a One Health approach. The Hub was launched in May 2018 and is steered by a Board of Members. A Secretariat operates under the umbrella of DZIF, the German Centre for Infection Research.