Keystone Symposia are offering scholarships for the conference Helminths: New Insights from Immunity to Global Health
The GSA Research working group upcomign meeting at ECTMIH, Schistosomiasis Control Through The Ages, will explore the impact and treatment of schistosomiasis in different age and gender groups.
New and current funding opportunities and approaching proposal submission deadline from the NTD Support Center.
The new five-year, USAID-funded Act to End NTDs | East program, led by RTI International was launched on April 29-30 in Kampala, Uganda.
The neglected tropical diseases (NTD) community has collaborated to create two new tools to show the progress made in the fight against NTDs and to accelerate further progress through collective action.
The NTD NGO Network invites applications for travel awards for 25 return flights to Manchester airport available to eligible applicants. Submissions close on Wednesday 8th May 2019. The NNN invites delegates to submit applications for workshops at the NNN annual conference. Submissions close on the 15th of May 2019.
The END Fund’s Audacious Project announced at TED 2019 aims to eliminate schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths as a public health problem in targeted countries in six years.
Endemic countries, implementing partners, donors and stakeholders are invited to provide feedback on the proposed goals and milestones for the 2021-2030 Roadmap. Read more here.
Over the past three months, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Expanded Special Project for the Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ESPEN) has supported Nigeria to reach over 2 million children who have never had Schistosomiasis treatment before.
The new FIND programme focuses on developing rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for detection of circulating anodic antigen (CAA) in blood and/or urine, to support national control and/or elimination programmes in countries where schistosomiasis is regularly found.
The London Center for NTD Research interviewed Dr Wendy Harrison, executive director of SCI and former chair of the NTD NGO network on the benefits of strenghtening the ties between NTD research and NTD implementation.
February's edition of the Schisto Bulletin
The World Health Organization (WHO) NTD department have released an update on the global status of schistosomiasis treatments for 2017. The news is very encouraging!
Kenya's Breaking Transmission Strategy for soil-transmitted hellinths, schistosomiasis, lymphatic filariasis and trachoma.
RSTMH 2019 small grants programme is now open. Deadline is 15 April at midnight GMT.