A challenge to modern healthcare that concerns everyone, everywhere
Almost everybody today have antibiotics to thank for the life or health of a loved one. Antibiotics makes routine procedures safe and advanced treatments possible. When infections become resistant to antibiotics, we lose our ability to treat them.
Grantees 2021: Funding for projects in Ghana, Portugal and Sweden
PAR Foundation grants a total of three million SEK (approximately EUR 300 000) to three different...
PAR Foundation teams up with Students for Global Health Cambridge to deliver an AMR training programme
The training programme, named “Become an Antibiotic Ally Against AMR”, was developed by three students from Students for Global Health- Cambridge (SfGH): Anna Govett, Christine Agbenu and Anya Webber in collaboration with PAR Foundation.
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Prevention is needed to slow down resistance development to a pace where development of new treatments can keep up
Prevention is neglected, especially approaches such as infection prevention in vulnerable groups and low-income settings
Prevention is possible – as demonstrated by great geographical variation in resistance burden