The trained schoolchildren from the RBA Initiative AMR school clubs are reaching their peers at the primary level through outreach program. Club members share knowledge they possess on antimicrobial resistance with the younger students in an engaging and educational way. The success of these project highlights the importance of peer-to-peer education in spreading knowledge.

The project's success is evident not only in the knowledge gained by the trained schoolchildren but also in the ripple effect they created, influencing their peers, families, and community members to take action against antimicrobial resistance. This approach inspires others to join the fight against antimicrobial resistance. The dedication and passion of the club members truly makes a difference in the community.

By fostering a generation of informed and proactive young generation/youth, the RBA initiative contribute to building a sustainable network of AMR advocates, effectively addressing the critical issue of AMR at the grassroots level.

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