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
Newsletter Summer Edition
18.08.2022: Our Summer Edition Newsletter is out now! Read about the Global AMR Hub’s latest reports, Dynamic Dashboard updates, advocacy efforts, upcoming meetings and our AMR Snapshots interview with Dame Sally Davies. Click to find out more.
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.