Development of a Egyptian-Swedish One Health collaboration on antibiotic resistance in poultry and the impact on human health

Activity-ID : SE-0-SE-29-2019-05548-142-31182

Global food demand is increasing, especially with regard to animal products, therefore global livestock production has to rely on extensively on antimicrobial use (AMU) to comply with rising consumer demands. Antimicrobial drugs are a common resource used to treat bacterial pathogens in both afflicted livestock and humans...

From

Agency : The Swedish Research Council
Implementing organisation : University, College or Other Teaching Institution, Research Institute or Think–Tank
Aid type : D02 - Other technical assistance

To

Within

Sector category : Agriculture
Sector : Agricultural research

Financial information

Total committed amount: USD 83,308

Total paid amount: USD 57,466

Paid per year (net value):
2020, USD 43,432
2021, USD 14,034

Sustainable Development Goals

Source: Activity data from IATI, SE-0-SE-29-2019-05548-142-31182