Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) country self-assessment
The global action plan on antimicrobial resistance (GAP-AMR) was adopted in 2015 by all countries through decisions in the World Health Assembly, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Governing Conference, and the World Assembly of the World Organisation for Animal Health Delegates. The GAP-AMR sets out responsibilities for national governments, and other national and international partners involved in the global response to AMR. To track progress and ensure action is being taken, a tripartite country self-assessment questionnaire was developed for global reporting. Country responses for 2016 are available at open-access tripartite database. Responses to some of the questions are available here at Global health Observatory.