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UK commits £210m for tackling global antimicrobial resistance

Second phase of Fleming Fund will bolster surveillance in Africa and Asia through UK aid

The government has announced £210 million for tackling antimicrobial resistance in low- and middle-income countries.

The funds will support the second phase of the Fleming Fund, a UK aid programme under the Department of Health and Social Care that launched in 2015. The fund was established to improve global surveillance of antimicrobial resistance and was worth £265m for its initial phase.

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