People: Maria Garza Valles, Barbara Haesler, Lucy Brunton

Due to the global health threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), there is a need to identify and implement interventions in livestock and aquaculture systems to reduce the use of antimicrobials. In different systems, different interventions have been trialed with various success. There is thus a need to review interventions (policies, on-farm interventions, institutional changes, incentive systems) and where possible capture data on their impact. Classification of interventions into typologies will help to facilitate future work and to develop a framework to identify best suited interventions and incentives for different settings.

This project aims to develop a typology characterisation based on data extracted through a review of AMR interventions across livestock production systems. It is conducted in partnership with ILRI and WorldFish, and funded by the CGIAR Antimicrobial Resistance Hub.

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