The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2021 has been postponed
For 2021, in place of their usual Spring Meeting, the British Society of Parasitology will hold an online meeting over five days during the Summer (21st-25th June).
The END Fund invites you to join a deep dive into groundbreaking research from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), highlighting the macro-economic impact of ending sickness from parasitic worms in four sub-Saharan countries.
Organized by Swiss TPH, this virtual event will be held on June 28-30 and opened to the public. Join the discussion on the challenges and opportunities ahead, what cutting-edge research has to offer, and case studies from around the world.
The NTD NGO Network Conference 2021 will be held on 7th – 9th September 2021 - Enabling a Paradigm Shift to a country-led response to deliver the NTD Road Map
Registrations now OPEN.
The Center for International Health (CIH) at the University of Bergen (UiB) are proud to host the 12th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health from Bergen, Norway 2021.
The biennial EDCTP Forum provides an international platform for the presentation and discussion of clinical studies for everyone involved in combating poverty-related diseases and the appropriate capacity development and networking activities.
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The ASTMH Annual Meeting dates have been announced: 17-21 November 2021.
The Summit for advancing SBCC (Social and Behaviour Change Communication) field to decrease inequity, improve health and amplify voices. POSTPONED to December 2022.
The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 46th annual Topics in Infection
Young people should be at the forefront of global change and innovation. With the immense potential of over 420 million young people aged between 15 and 35 years in Africa, Amref Health Africa is increasing its focus and investment in addressing their pressing health needs.
NNN - COR-NTDs Research Links series | Session 1
The Neglected Tropical Disease Network for NGOs (NNN) COVID working group and the Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases (COR-NTD) Research Links series is excited to announce a joint three-session series entitled: Rising to the challenge: A year of NTD programming and research during COVID. Sessions will be held in June, July and August 2021.
WHO & USAID webinar working towards the SDGs - a sustainability framework for action against neglected tropical diseases 2021-2030
We are excited to invite you for our two-day meeting on Schistosomiasis Research Innovation on 8-9 June 2021.
The END Fund - Join an urgent convening of African leaders regarding the impact of, and our collective response to, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office’s (FCDO) recent decision to immediately and almost completely eliminate its funding for NTD programs globally.
LCNTDR & RSTMH webinar - discussing the epidemiology and burden of the neglected co-morbidities associated with NTDs and how some groups are transitioning from theory to practice by taking a whole person approach to NTDs control, elimination, eradication and morbidity management.
This facilitated panel will focus on the experiences of our Asian colleagues in the field of global health.
We are excited to invite you to our next GSA - ISNTD Connect webinar on vaccines against schistosomiasis.
Learn about one of the most neglected sexual and reproductive health issues in sub-Saharan Africa. As part of the FGS Accelerated Scale Together (FAST) project, Bridges to Development in partnership with the Geneva Learning Foundation invites applications for the Scholar Level 1 Workshop for Improved Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Female Genital Schistosomiasis (FGS).
Join the Pediatric Praziquantel Consortium on 21 April as we celebrate the official launch of the ADOPT program – an implementation research program that paves the way for the large-scale delivery of a child-friendly formulation to treat schistosomiasis in preschool-aged children in endemic countries.
Production and Editorial staff of the Cambridge University Press journal Parasitology have arranged an open, 1-hour skills webinar to guide early career researchers through the publishing process to ensure that their manuscript will have best impact and outreach.