Practical Pathways to Integrating Gender and Equity Considerations in Antimicrobial Resistance Research
Practical Pathways to Integrating Gender and Equity Considerations in Antimicrobial Resistance Research synthesises evidence on AMR, gender, and equity from both human and animal health perspectives. Functioning as an accessible resource, it was developed in collaboration with AMR researchers and global experts, drawing on practical examples and real-world experiences to ensure maximum relevance and user-friendliness.
The resource guides AMR research teams in integrating a gender and equity lens, emphasising the necessity of such considerations in innovation, intervention, and implementation research.
Practical Pathways aims to equip AMR research teams with diverse technical backgrounds to navigate intersectional gender complexities throughout the research cycle, providing practical and clearly articulated strategies. It offers a variety of pathways for fostering equitable research and developing impactful, sustainable solutions to AMR challenges.
Resource type: Toolkit
Date: 16. November 2023
Author: ICARS, IDRC, HSRC, MORU, and Jive Media Africa
Sector: One Health
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