​Accurate and timely data is paramount in guiding appropriate antimicrobial treatment, preventing the misuse of antibiotics, and minimizing the development of drug-resistant strains. 

By investing in the capacity building of laboratory personnel and laboratory systems, we contribute to robust infrastructures across the One Health sectors that can effectively identify and respond to AMR threats. 

Our commitment to capacity building extends beyond individual laboratories. EQAsia focus on enhancing collaboration between laboratories, as well as with national and international health institutions, and policymakers to create a comprehensive approach to combatting AMR through a community of practice. 

Through our training programs, knowledge dissemination, and technical support, we aim to build a network of empowered professionals equipped to tackle the multifaceted challenges posed by antimicrobial resistance.


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