ReAct has an ongoing global online campaign in context of UNGA. Focus is UHC and AMR, SDGs and AMR and AMR and financing. As you can see, the two campaigns complement each other.
We have created a page on our website where you can find links to articles, ReAct reports and short videos – to learn more about the impact of Antimicrobial Resistance on Universal Health Coverage and on the Sustainable Development Goals, also the urgent need to find ways to finance work on Antimicrobial Resistance. Videos are uploaded to Youtube, so they are easily shared – directly from Youtube or via our page on the website. You also find quotation cards and infographics to download if you like. The page is called Learn more! AMR and its impact on UHC, SDGs and the urgent need to fund AMR work. (click to visit) and located as a page on www.reactgroup.org.
Would of course love if you share this further in your own network (by forwarding this e-mail) and share what you prefer in social media! As we do share (and have shared) much of the content via our twitter account – you are of course more than welcome to retweet posts of your preference. Here you find us on twitter: https://twitter.com/reactgroup
We also post on Facebook and LinkedIn, though not as intensely as on Twitter.
Our node ReAct North America also has campaign pages, with tweets to share directly, pagesfocus on AMR in the SDGs, AMR and UHC and financing and colistin and medically important antibiotics (this is a collaboration between ReAct and The IDEA (Innovation + Design Enabling Access) Initiative based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health).
Thank you for joining forces!