The emergence, spread, and persistence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in poultry sector makes up a substantial portion of the global antimicrobial use and is a major global public health threat to the world. The Countries continue to transit from low- to middle income countries (LMICs), with an increased demand for quality sources of animal protein and there is a need to understand the gaps in the emergence of bacterial resistance originating from poultry within resource-limited environments. Given the intensity of poultry raising that can act as an animal reservoir for AMR, active surveillance is needed to evaluate its impacts on humans, other animals, and the environment. This article will provide a comprehensive review of poultry production within low-resource settings to inform future small-scale poultry farming development. And future research can help us understand ecology of AMR in poultry within low-resource settings.
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