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Status Quo in International Context

Abstract : International organisations such as WHO, FAO, OIE have starting working on antimicrobial resistance more than 25 years ago and have published many guidelines and standards on surveillance of antimicrobial resistance and usage, prudent use of antimicrobials, risk assessment. Cooperation between the international organisations improved following a tripartite meeting (WHO/FAO/OIE). In 2011, WHO, FAO and OIE adopted a tripartite agreement in order to extend their collaboration in sense of “One Health” concept. This increased collaboration led to the publication in May 2015 of the WHO Global Action Plan. In September 2016, during the United Nation General Assembly, Member States adopted a political declaration to commit to fight antimicrobial resistance together with the aim to ensure sustained effective global action to address antimicrobial resistance. On the animal side, minimising the use of antimicrobials and using them prudently is the cornerstone of the fight against antimicrobial resistance. International recommendations on these subjects need to be implemented in the field.
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Gérard Moulin, Lucie Pokludová. Status Quo in International Context. Antimicrobials in Livestock 1: Regulation, Science, Practice, Springer International Publishing, pp.5-18, 2020, 978-3-030-46721-0. ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-46721-0_2⟩. ⟨anses-03514885⟩



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