12th European Congress On Tropical Medicine and International Health ECTMIH Global challenges in health, migration and equity / 12e Congrès européen de médecine tropicale et de santé internationale (ECTMIH) Défis globaux en matière de santé, de migration et d'équité.
A l’occasion de l’édition 2021 de la Journée Mondiale de la Rage, nous (ALMA) avons le plaisir d’organiser avec Speak Up Africa un événement en ligne sur le rôle des cartes de score dans une meilleure implication des communautés contre les maladies tropicales négligées (MTN).
As part of the events organised for World Rabies Day 2021, we (ALMA) are delighted to be joined by Speak Up Africa to host a virtual event to discuss how scorecards can enhance community engagement for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
NTD implementers, researchers and policy makers from Nigeria and Liberia will discuss what this means for the future of NTDs and how the lessons from countdown align with the NTD roadmap pillars.
The DNDi Africa Regional office invites you to join a virtual discussion to discuss Innovation for NTDs in the Next Decade: The Critical Role of African leadership on 29 September 2021, from 3:00 to 4:30 pm EAT.
Several NTDs have been targeted for elimination by the year 2030. In the ECOWAS region, Ghana, Togo and The Gambia have been certified as having eliminated trachoma or lymphatic filariasis. The region is close to eliminating human African trypanosomiasis and yaws.
USAID and the NNN Sustainability Working Group joins for a discussion about changes needed to secure strong, sustainable national Neglected Tropical Disease programs.
Join the END Fund on a virtual trip to Nigeria where we will immerse ourselves in the culture, history, and music of Osun and Ekiti States.
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.
International Schistosomiasis Pre-Symposium Seminar on Schistosomiasis Diagnostics
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.
A leading international forum for global health.
With science, politics, the private sector, and civil society – with inspiring talks, enhanced cooperations, and new solutions.
This session aims to identify operational research questions to help define, through future studies, best practices in the engagement and health education of communities, and guidance for countering misinformation and empowering communities to identify fact from fiction, relative to NTD control programs.
In this webinar, ClinEpiDB will explore datasets from SCORE (Schistosomiasis Consortium for Operational Research and Evaluation) on ClinEpiDB and demonstrate how data from field studies of neglected tropical diseases can be accessed and queried.
The RSTMH annual meeting is just around the corner, this virtual event will bringing together our members and supporters from around the world.
NTDs are linked with stigma which, together with the impact of disabilities and poverty, can cause social exclusion, associated with significant mental health consequences. The road map proposes fundamental shifts in focus from specific diseases to people‐centred approaches and to gauge programmatic impact not only on diseases averted but also on high‐quality care for people affected by NTDs.
In this webinar, Dr Fiona Allan and Dr Yves-Nathan Tian-Bi will present and discuss the role of snails and snail control in schistosomiasis elimination in Côte d'Ivoire.
Virtual online conference: 2020 will be an important year: celebrating the success and embracing the new NTD Roadmap from the World Health Organization.
In this webinar, Professor Tchuem Tchuente will introduce and discuss control & elimination of schistosomiasis in Cameroon.
This WHO webinar will look at WASH and NTDs, how can WASH help reach the WHO NTD 2030 targets?
In our upcoming ISNTD Connect GSA Series webinar, Yael Velleman (SCI Foundation) will discuss WASH and schistosomiasis elimination.
Upcoming WHO webinar on the role of youth to advocate for health targets envisaged in NTD RoadMap 2030.
WHO webinar on sustainability and resilient health systems: how the road map will contribute to sustainable and resilient health systems.