LAMP - Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership

Last changed: 25 January 2018

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 (AMR). LAMP relates to the resolution adopted on October 5th, 2016 by UN General Assembly on AMR and has its secretariat at SLU Global in Uppsala, Sweden.

Addressing antimicrobial resistance by supporting healthy and productive livestock

LAMP acts for achieving a prudent and effective use of antimicrobials by focusing on good practices within the areas of 1) incentives for change, 2) education and training, 3) 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.

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