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4.1 Multi-sector and One Health working arrangements

  • A - No formal multi-sectoral governance or coordination mechanisms exists.

  • B - Multi-Sectoral working group(s) or coordination on AMR established that includes representatives of human health, environment and other sectors, with government leadership.

  • C - Multi-Sectoral working group(s) is (are) functional, with clear terms of reference, regular meetings, including restriction of use of critically important antimicrobials.

  • D - Joint working on issues including agreement on common objectives, including restriction of use of critically important antimicrobials.

  • E - Integrated approaches implemented to monitor progress on the national AMR action plan and extent of AMR.

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4.1 Multi-sector and One Health working arrangements

  • A - No formal multi-sectoral governance or coordination mechanisms exists.

  • B - Multi-Sectoral working group(s) or coordination on AMR established that includes representatives of human health, environment and other sectors, with government leadership.

  • C - Multi-Sectoral working group(s) is (are) functional, with clear terms of reference, regular meetings, including restriction of use of critically important antimicrobials.

  • D - Joint working on issues including agreement on common objectives, including restriction of use of critically important antimicrobials.

  • E - Integrated approaches implemented to monitor progress on the national AMR action plan and extent of AMR.

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