UNGA 2024 and the AMR HLM:
Reports released in preparation

During the run-up to the HLM (High-Level Meeting) on AMR during UNGA 2024 (the UN General Assembly, September 2024, see the 15 Apr 2023 newsletter for details), I thought it would be useful to have a list of major reports that had been released to inform those discussions. I am sure I am going to miss things (at least initially), so please drop me a note (john.rex@amr.solutions) if you want to see something added to this list. Thanks, —jr

 
  • Reports (mostly) focused on agriculture and food chain
  • January 2024: Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance in Food and Agriculture
    • A global survey of actions being taken by the Quadripartite, the Global Leaders Group, and the various National Action Plans on AMR in agricultural and food systems.
    • Webpage, report, and 27 Jan 2024 newsletter.
    • Report author: FAO

During the run-up to UNGA 2024 and the HLM on AMR (15 Apr 2023 newsletter for details), I thought it would be useful to have a list of major reports. I am sure I am going to miss things (at least initially), so please drop me a note (john.rex@amr.solutions) if you want to see something added to this list.

 

 

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