The AMR Think-Do-Tank, Geneva International, is a center for brainstorming and implementation research, bearing on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – which includes, in the UN definition, resistance to drugs against viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases. The AMR Think-Do-Tank's objectives are to ensure a better response to AMR through consulting, symposia, meetings, implementation research, publications and online courses on AMR, with a focus on “One Health.”
AMR Think-Do-Tank is registered as an entity
(equivalent 501 C3 in the USA) under Swiss law.
AMR Think-Do-Tank, Geneva International, brings together a global, multidisciplinary task force to examine and implement approaches to the many-faceted aspects of AMR infections prevention, management, and resolution
A looming crisis
"Left unchecked, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) will roll back a century of medical progress, damage the environment, interrupt food production, cause more people to fall into extreme poverty and imperil global health security."
Dr. Tedros, WHO, 2019.
A systemic problem
The spread of AMR is a complex multi-facets problem. Ensuring and preserving high healthcare standards require a ‘One Health’ approach, which is, coordinated expertise and actions in many areas such as environment, food chain, medical facilities, infrastructures, social behavior, and proper management and regulations
Connecting the dots
Thanks to a coordinated expertise of people with various backgrounds, AMR Think do Tank can act in many areas. We write books/expertise reports, we organize and participate to international conferences on global health, and participate in consultative efforts led by the European Comission and other governments on AMR. We are also a member of the trans-pacific network on economical and sustainable development.