The UN’s Next Steps

UN member states have called upon the Secretary General and the WHO to create an interagency group that would coordinate the UN’s response to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). But the UN has revealed little about who will be in charge and what form the group’s work will take, an advocacy organization says.
ReAct, a global network of AMR experts, supports the formation of the Inter-agency Coordination Group (IACG) by the end of the year, but says next steps must be clarified. The NGO calls for an IAGC that is transparent, free from conflicts of interest and diligent in reporting worldwide progress.
Source: ReAct Group

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