ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARSDSHIP PROGRAMME COHORT 1

Theme

Empowering young people to be Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) champions through active engagement and learning.

Description

Our AMR Stewardship programme focuses on empowering young people to become key leaders in the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance. We engage highly motivated students drawn from different nationalities in Africa and other countries globally.

Countries Involved are:

How do we engage the students?

The students are involved in an intensive learning programme through a unique training structure that encompasses:

  1. Experiential learning.
  2. Training through structured courses, research, and virtual webinar sessions.
  3. Collaborative engagement i.e. engaging in small working groups.

Categories in place

The AMR Stewards are organized in 3 groups:

  1. AMR Focal Points team.
  2. The Editors & Writers team.
  3. The Media Team.

1) THE AMR FOCAL POINTS TEAM.

These are students who represent the organization’s activities within their different universities. This team’s key objective is equipping these young leaders with the necessary professional skills to help establish sustainable initiatives within their universities or respective communities addressing Antimicrobial Resistance and its contributing factors.

 Empowering the focal points to be lead change-makers in their communities will contribute to sustainable action in the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance.

Owusu-Fuachie Simple

Member​

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Janice Odhiambo

Member

Enwereuzor Okechukwu

Member

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Kyembe Ignatius

Member

Abuto William Oyoo

Member

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Krishna Adhikari

Member

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Martin Sagide Rogose

Member

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Primerose Tumutegyerize

Member

Oluwatosin Akinwotu

Member

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Asiimwe Nelson Mushabe

Member

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Mutunda Joanita Daphine

Member

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Makoko Tonny Brian

Member

2) THE EDITORS AND WRITERS TEAM.

This team comprises young people who are passionate about writing and publishing educational material on Antimicrobial Resistance.

A key driver of AMR is a lack of awareness and knowledge. However, at SAS Africa, we believe that this phenomenon can be reversed through writing. The content developed ranges from poems, articles, prose, and stories suitable for all audiences. 

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Bashar Haruna Gumbe

Editor

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Benjamin Wafula

Editor

Martha-Davies Branch

Writter

Learnmore Edwin Zvada

Writter

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Elyn Njeri Chege

Writter

4. Malik Olatunde

Writter

3) THE MEDIA TEAM.

At Students Against Superbugs Africa, we believe that with just a few words, illustrations and graphical materials give much information, and if appealing, it will always leave a message to the viewer. Good design always makes the reader want to know more, and that is what we aim for.  We empower this team by providing them with skills that they can use to create awareness and build their skills on design.

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4. Ogola Simon Peter

Member

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