Indo-Dutch coop against anti-microbial resistance showcased
AMR is a multi-faceted challenge, with drivers going beyond mere overuse or misuse of antibiotics in humans and animals. The ''One Health'' approach also looks at environmental factors that contribute to the AMR burden, including inadequately treated effluent from pharmaceutical manufacturing units, run-off from poultry farms, slaughterhouses, and liquid waste from hospitals, said a statement from the Netherlands Embassy.
Compared to other countries in the European Union, resistance rates are particularly low in the Netherlands, primarily because of early adoption of the ''One Health'' approach, which aims to combat AMR holistically in the healthcare system, in animals, in food and in the environment through coordinated action. ..."
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