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Superbugs are a global emergency

It’s time to respond

Man-made superbugs are a serious problem. Every year, they kill at least 700,000 people around the world. That’s around one person every 45 seconds.

The good news is, we can stop them. By supporting local projects, we can make a difference on a global scale.

Read on to find out more…

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How can we stop superbugs?

Stop Superbugs is a global health initiative led by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC). We recognise that good work is already happening all around the world. Practical, local projects driven by passionate volunteers are helping to save lives.

We will help up to 5 existing projects reach their full potential by securing practical support and funding from a range of sources. Because working together, we can stop superbugs.

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Sharing their stories with the world!

In addition to giving projects a much-needed boost, Stop Superbugs provides an opportunity to tell stories that all too often go unheard; not only people whose lives have been destroyed by superbugs, but also those who, through their hard work and dedication, are striving to make the world a safer place for everyone.

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