Page Medical face ‘18 superbugs’ to raise funds for school-in-a-box scheme

A healthcare communications agency who specialise in infection are the latest company to rise to the challenge

Page Medical, are the latest company to rise to the challenge and attempt to raise £1k to fund a school-in-a-box for our partner project in Tanzania.

Over ten days in April, the Page Medical team will be undertaking 18 unique challenges (representing the 18 identified superbugs) in what promises to be a fun (if exhausting!) challenge.

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Their efforts are all for a good cause

With funds raised helping to provide vital equipment for the Roll Back Antimicrobial Resistance Initiative’s ‘AMR clubs’ in schools across the Dodoma Region of Tanzania. Containing basic but transformative equipment, including a laptop, projector, printer, and stationery, the boxes will enable hundreds more children to learn about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in a fun, creative way.

We’re hugely grateful to Page Medical for their support, which will make a huge difference to a great project that it is taking practical steps to tackle the threat of superbugs in their community.

Don’t forget, we’re still looking for more teams to raise funds for a school-in-a-box. You can find out more about the project here, or contact to register your team.

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