While each project is different, they all aim to provide the knowledge, skills and tools needed to help stop superbugs in their local community
Superbugs contribute to more than 5million deaths each year. Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest number of superbugs-related deaths in the world. That’s why we set up the Stop Superbugs Network. By supporting community projects across sub-Saharan Africa, we aim to educate the next generation about superbugs, prevent infection and inspire others to get involved.
Currently we support work in nine African countries, including: Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Nigeria, Liberia, Burkina Faso, Benin and Zimbabwe.