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A world where we improve the lives of all species—human and animal—through the integration of human medicine, veterinary medicine, and environmental science. We promote collaboration between the Netherlands and India in One Health, by strengthening the scientific, technological, and innovation leadership position of both the Netherlands and India in order to address key challenges in One Health.



We aim to deliver innovations in the fight against AMR, & with a large societal, environmental, & economical impact potential. The 3 priority areas are:

Human Health

human health

Agriculture & lifestock

agriculture and lifestock

Water & environment

water and environment
Antimicrobial resistance



An Indo-European platform, anchored by C-CAMP, for Antimicrobial Resistance mitigation through a One Health Perspective under the aegis of IAIH. In its current format, it is a Tripartite Indo-Dutch-Swiss collaboration platform with C-CAMP being the Indian partner, Swissnex India representing Switzerland, and NAPD & AMR-Global representing the Netherlands.


The NADP is the Dutch platform connecting all parties focusing on the development of new antibiotics, in academia, companies and governmental organizations.

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AMR-Global is an internationally oriented collaboration between Dutch academia, independent knowledge institutes and private sector to make available viable and essential solutions to curb AMR globally.

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Swissnex in India, Consulate General of Switzerland is the Swiss science and technology consulate in Bengaluru, established in 2010. Swissnex is the Swiss global network connecting the dots in education, research, and innovation. It contributes to strengthening Switzerland’s profile as a world-leading innovation hotspot. An initiative of the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), it is part of the Confederation’s network abroad managed by the Federal Department of Foreign Aairs. In its operations, Swissnex takes a collaborative approach, relying on public and private partnerships and funding.

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C-CAMP, an initiate of the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, was established in 2009 as an enabler of cutting-edge innovation and deep-science-led entrepreneurship. C-CAMP today is considered one of India’s most exciting Life Science ecosystems

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