New York Times: In a Poor Kenyan Community, Cheap Antibiotics Fuel Deadly Drug-Resistant Infections (4)

11 April, 2019

A serious problem of developing world needing global attention. Such resistant strains of microbes can produce serious public health problems like the one in Sindh Pakistan by extremely resistant typhoid bacteria. No one can gauge the cross infection mode and intensity of such menace in this highly interactive world.

Dr. Naeem Quraishi Project Director Anti snake venom and Anti rabies vaccine Serology laboratory Sindh Pakistan

HIFA Profile: Naeemul Haque Quraishi is a doctor and Project Director Anti Snake Venom/ Anti Rabies Serology Laboratory at the Health Department, Government of Sindh Pakistan. Professional interests: Production of cost effective quality Immunoglobulins against snake venom and Rabies Virus together with community awareness on "how to live with snakes". Interested in resolving the ASV problem in Africa and is ready to extend technical support/transfer of ASV technology to any needy country in Africa free of cost.

Email: pd_naeem AT asvsindh.gos.pk

Note from the moderator: For more information on Resistant Typhhoid in Pakistan, an article from the WHO website can be found through the following link- https://www.who.int/csr/don/27-december-2018-typhoid-pakistan/en/