Kate Medlicott from the WHO talks about the linkages of water, sanitation and hygiene in combating AMR
What are the linkages of water, sanitation and hygiene in combating Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)? Can AMR spread through bad water or hygiene or sanitation practices? Kate Medlicott tries to put these issues into perspective in a conversation with Centre for Science and Environment’s Rajeshwari Sinha. Kate Medlicott is Team Leader, Sanitation and Wastewater, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health Unit of the World Health Organization
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