With the prospect of pathogens becoming smarter than the drug treatments we are able to develop, antimicrobial resistance is an urgent global problem. A problem that requires a multidisciplinary international approach.

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Award for RAPDIF-project

Dr. Henk Schallig ontvangt parelbeeldje

Thanks to the development of a new malaria rapid test, sick children with fever in Africa receive the correct diagnosis and the correct medication. In doing so, we help to stop antimicrobial resistance.

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New WHO database available

Hands with a petridish

The World Health Organization has provided a review of preclinical developmental antibacterial drug candidates. View this overview via the website of the World Health Organization.

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A dynamic dashboard with information about AMR R&D investments.

An interactive tool that shows where investments are made by JPIAMR members.

Research on corona and COVID-19


Together with our sponsors and clients, we are looking into possibilities for financing research into the coronavirus and COVID-19. The pandemic is having a major impact on healthcare and society.

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JPIAMR - International collaboration

Can we resolve the antimicrobial resistance issue through international collaboration?

Read more about international collaboration and the JPIAMR

AMR and livestock

Read our factsheet about our effort on antimicrobial resistance in a One Health perspective and have a look at our projects on livestock

How does antibiotic resistance spread?

In this infographic ECDC explains how antibiotic resistance spreads in animal farming, community, health care facilities and through travel.

Infographic ECDC

Related programmes

 ZonMw has several programmes related to this topic.

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