European Partnership on One-Health Anti-Microbial Resistance (OH AMR)
The One Health Antimicrobial Resistance (OH AMR) partnership aims to support the coordination and alignment of AMR research activities and funding in Europe and beyond. The main goal is to contribute to achieving the objectives of the European One Health Action Plan against AMR and the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Action Plan on AMR, by reducing the threat of AMR and contribute to achieving the objectives of the Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA). Proposed in February 2022, the Partnership is currently being negotiated, and expected to become fully operational within future Horizon Europe Work Programmes.
Partnership on One-Health Anti-Microbial Resistance (OH AMR)
- European Commission’s Directorate General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD)
2023-2024 work programme
Co-funded European Partnership programme
EUR 100 million (In addition, EUR 100 million are expected to come from the partnership’s partners)
Financial contribution from national/regional research funders required for joint transnational calls for proposals. The potential for in-kind contributions (person months, use of research infrastructures, services) could be explored.
- Public health/ animal health/ environment research funders from EU Member States
- Public funders at both national and regional level in the EU and countries associated with Horizon Europe
- Private foundations
- Philanthropy organisations
The proposal builds on the ERA-Net EXEDRA (ends in 2020) that supports the JPIAMR, and on the One Health EJP (ends in December 2022) and its objectives include:
- Contribute to achieving the objectives of the European One Health Action Plan against AMR and the WHO Global Action Plan on AMR
- Reduce the threat of AMR
- Recognize and strengthen the holistic One Health approach
- Reinforce Europe’s leading role in the fight against AMR by adding value to, and leveraging Member State actions
- Decrease fragmentation by boosting alignment of national research, and funding research projects and initiatives and improving EU and global coordination of research activities as well as collaboration between international research initiatives
- Provide economic incentives
2023 – 2027
2022-203: collection of Member State commitments, 2023: SRIA and proposal submission to Commission. Expected launch of first calls in 2025.