The Food Safety and Toxins (FST) programme team at CSE leads the AMR campaign and has been focusing on the animal and environmental aspects of AMR since 2009. Centered on the laboratory studies, the programme team complements with field studies and works towards necessary change in policy, practice and systems across relevant sectors such as food, feed, drug and environment. It has been part of the NAP-AMR development process and was successful in bringing necessary focus on the animal and environment aspects. CSE is now a stakeholder in NAP-AMR implementation and is working with the state of Kerala to support its action plan.MORE +
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CSE has been a member of core working group that developed India’s National Action Plan on AMR. CSE recommendations extensively incorporated in the NAP-AMR released along with the Delhi Declaration on AMR in April 2017.
CSE’s AMR programme is now making inroads in Africa by collaborating with the Ministry of Health,
CSE is collaborating with the Department of Health and Family Welfare Kerala on the development and implementation of Kerala’s State Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance.
Just a few days after a study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), which exposed the double standards