Using Community Dialogue to tackle antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh

The spread of antibiotic resistance is an issue of growing global concern. It is often cited as one of the most critical threats to global health, food security and development.

Our study named ‘Community Dialogue’ was on the assumption that successfully changing people’s behaviour requires innovative and participatory community engagement and aimed to develop, adapt and pilot-test the community dialogue approach for preventing and controlling antibiotic resistance in Bangladesh.

A brief documentary on the project is below: