Development of guidelines to facilitate Responsive Dialogues to tackle AMR in LMIC settings

Drawing on the lessons learnt from Responsive Dialogue pilots in Malawi, Thailand and Zambia, this newly announced project will build on the Responsive Dialogues Toolkit to develop guidelines and complementary training modules for facilitating Responsive Dialogues with diverse stakeholders for addressing AMR. The purpose of the guidelines is to empower interested stakeholders (researchers, civil society groups, educators, public health organisations etc) in undertaking the process. It will layout the steps for facilitating ‘Conversation Events’ – which are at the core of the Responsive Dialogues approach – clearer, more accessible, streamlined, and relevant to a range of stakeholders in LMIC settings. This project will use participatory and multidisciplinary approaches, drawing on a diverse project team and key stakeholders from health, agriculture, and environment sectors – embracing the One Health spectrum to address AMR priorities.


Resource type: Project summary

Date: 18. July 2023

Author: ICARS

Region: Cross-regional

Sector: One Health