ReAct North America, International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA) and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health launches the latest edition of 'Innovate4AMR' competition. This competition is for students across the world to come up with solutions to the problems related to Antimicrobial Resistance in Low-Middle Income Countries. This is an initiative which is aimed at promoting understanding of the drivers of AMR and the potential solutions, among college and university students.
Teams will have until September 17 to put forward impactful and sustainable solutions. Winning teams will present their final proposals to an expert panel at a capacity building workshop, with the support of the World Health Organization and the South Centre, in Geneva, Switzerland, during the World Antibiotic Awareness Week in November 2018. Resource experts will work with student teams to enable them to operationalize their projects.
ASPIC Club initiative encourages our student members to participate in this competition, as it can provide a platform to learn more on AMR and also interact with students from across the world
For more details, log on to http://innovate4amr.org/