The AMR change makers walk and exhibitions is a symbolic gesture to signify the united effort in curbing AMR. The school students walked together, carrying banners and singing in advocating for responsible antimicrobial use and AMR related messages. It is heartening to witness the enthusiasm and commitment of the young generation in raising AMR awareness and advocating for AMR preventive measures.

The exhibitions showcase informative displays, interactive activities, and educational materials related to AMR designed by the school children. The attendees had the opportunity to learn about the drivers of AMR, its impact on public health, and the importance of collective action to address this global threat.

During the AMR exhibition at the venue, it was an opportunity to introduce the multi-award-winning artist Ben Pol as a goodwill ambassador of the RBA Initiative in pushing AMR agenda to a large audience due to his influence in the community. 

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