The Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership, LAMP, is an action network that works with tackling microbial resistance by drawing on practical experience and knowledge from its partners in different parts of the world.
LAMP is an action network within the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock, which is a partnership that brings together different stakeholders in the livestock sector to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
In the Livestock sector FAO, OIE and the World bank have all overarching activities relating to policies and regulations in order to curb the global emergence of antimicrobial resistance. As a complement, the LAMP within the Global Agenda brings together different stakeholders in the livestock sector to tackle antimicorbial resistance by drawing on practical experience and knowledge from its partners in different parts of the world.
Below you find the link to the “Template for good practises…” where you can describe your organisation’s endeavour to reduce antimicrobial use by supporting healthy and productive livestock. After filling in the template, please return it to email@example.com and it will be further analysed by the LAMP – team.
LAMP acts for achieving a prudent and effective use of antimicrobials by focusing on good practices within the areas of:
- Incentives for change
- Education and training
- Animal management and livestock husbandry systems
LAMP collects the good practices from different parts of the various livestock sectors and from different stakeholders, analyze and synthesize them before they are piloted or tested.
Creating common ground for common good – addressing antimicrobial resistance by supporting healthy and productive livestock.
Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock
Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership, LAMP, is an Action Network within the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock and has its secretariat at SLU Global in Uppsala, Sweden.
On October 5th, 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted a UN Resolution on Antimicrobial Resistance. This political declaration calls upon WHO, FAO and OIE, other relevant UN agencies, development banks and international organisations and other relevant stakeholders across different sectors, to coordinate their planning and actions under a One-Health approach. LAMP contributes to this work by addressing antimicrobial resistance by healthy and productive livestock.