USAID MTaPS at the Global Health Security 2022

June 23, 2022

When: June 28 – July 1, 2022 | Singapore

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USAID MTaPS is presenting its results and experience in building capacities to contain antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as part of its Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) work at the Global Health Security 2022 Conference, being held June 28–July 1 in Singapore. MTaPS is working with 13 countries guided by evidence-based international tools, including WHO’s Joint External Evaluation (JEE) framework and the 2019 Benchmarks for IHR Capacities to build their national capacities for multisectoral coordination, infection prevention and control, and antimicrobial stewardship.

To see a snapshot of MTaPS’ GHSA work, visit


Using the Center of Excellence Model to Improve Infection Prevention and Control for AMR Containment and Service Delivery: Experiences from Uganda

1400-1450, Tuesday, June 28, Session 1

Reuben Kiggundu, Country Project Director, USAID MTaPS Uganda


A Point Prevalence Survey of Antibiotic Use Across 13 Hospitals in Uganda

1500-1550, Wednesday, June 29, Session 8

John Paul Waswa, Technical Advisor, USAID MTaPS Uganda


PANEL DISCUSSION: GHSA-Supported Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Investments

1210-1300, Friday, July 1, Session 20
  • Strengthening Infection Prevention and Control Programs for AMR Containment, and Outbreak Preparedness and Response
    Fozo Alombah, Senior Technical Advisor, USAID MTaPS
  • Improving Infection Prevention and Control Practices: Interventions in Six Tanzanian Hospitals
    Doris Lutkam, Senior Technical Advisor, USAID MTaPS Tanzania
  • Addressing Sex and Gender Inequities in Infection Prevention and Control to Reduce the Global AMR Risk
    Lynn Lieberman Lawry, Senior Gender Advisor, USAID MTaPS


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