From evidence to action

At ICARS, our mission is to partner with low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in their efforts to reduce drug-resistant infections.

We do this by co-developing tailored solutions with LMIC governments and researchers, who then implement them on the ground using ICARS funding and expertise, building on AMR National Action Plans.

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15. April 2021

We are hiring a Project Coordinator!

Applications are now closed.
26. March 2021

2020 Year in Review & newsletter launch

Read our Annual Report for 2020.

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To achieve sustainable change in LMICs, we invite countries and foundations to join us as Founding or Supporting Members, in a truly international effort to mitigate antimicrobial resistance.

Please do not hesitate to contact our team for further information.

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Our projects inform policy and practice around the world

At ICARS, we simultaneously use top-down and bottom-up approaches, engaging with government ministries while involving scientists and practitioners throughout the process.

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Vietnam: partnership between ICARS and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD)

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Georgia: partnership between ICARS and two Georgian ministries

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Access to clean water and sanitation is essential for reducing drug-resistant infections. On World #HandHygiene Day, we are highlighting a new report by @UNICEF and @WHO setting out recommendations for affordable access to #WASH.

👇See the full report below:
#StopSuperbugs #AMR

Today's #MondayRead is an Article Collection from the journal Infection Prevention in Practice which builds on learnings from #interventions in LMICs, suggested by our colleague & #AMR expert @GloriaCordoba.

Read the full issue here:

#StopSuperbugs #IPC

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