Iberoamerican Network for Combating Antimicrobial Resistance (INCAR)
This project created a network to reduce pan-resistant micro-organisms dissemination at the hospital, community, and environmental level. The network enhanced: 1) adoption of susceptibility testing and epidemiological analysis recommendations; 2) human capacity building on a multi-disciplinary basis; 3) bi-and-multi-laterial grant opportunities exploration; 4) strong diffusion efforts; 5) promote technology transfer to areas such as animal husbandry and food production; and 6) grant access to a well-defined collection of historical and current resistant micro-organisms.
Providers and Implementers ?
|Implementer||Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)||NGO|
|Implementer||National Autonomous University of Mexico||NGO|
|Implementer||University of Barcelona (Spain)||NGO|
|Implementer||University of Buenos Aires (Argentina)||NGO|
Related Projects & Programs
|Mr Javier Gutierrez Blanco-Navarrete||Counsellor||
Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations