WHO policy paper discusses how female genital schistosomiasis control can be integrated with HIV and cervical cancer care.
On this International Youth Day, we celebrate the power of the youth as critical agents of social change at the community, village or national and global levels. We recognize the role that young people play in creating conversations and engaging with the public to take action on unequal opportunities that are rampant mostly among marginalized populations.
WHO issues interim guidance on the resumption of mass treatment interventions, active case-finding and population-based surveys for NTDs in the context of COVID-19.
Starting with the inaugural webinar on the 17th of June on the new road map, COVID-19 and the road to recovery, the WHO has launched a series of NTD themed webinars.
The WHO have launched a new webpage for schistosomiasis, with info on preventative chemotherapy, mapping, snail control and much more.
ARNTD & COR-NTD call for proposals for both operational and implementation research on ‘’Emerging Challenges facing NTD program implementation in Africa.’’
June's edition of the Schisto Bulletin. News and updates from the schistosomiasis community.
ISNTD and GSA are collaborating on a ISNTD Connect GSA series, bringing you a schistosomiais webinar every month, starting with this Thursday 4th of June, a conversation with Dan Colley.
To help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 in Africa, Sightsavers is bringing its expertise, including expertise gained during the Ebola outbreak in 2014-15, to plans to flex UK aid’s flagship NTD programme, Ascend West and Central Africa.
Alliance partner and member updates related to Covid-19.
The WHO and UNICEF have issued a joint report and iterim guidance on Community-based health care, including outreach and campaigns,in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. This updates the previous interim guidance for NTD programmes issued on the 02 April 2020.
The Ascend West and Central Africa programme, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), is excited to announce a new learning and innovation fund to accelerate the control and elimination efforts for lymphatic filariasis, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, soil-transmitted helminths and trachoma.