Schistosomiasis has a hugely detrimental effect on a child's mental and physical development. By treating children we are giving them the opportunity to reach their full potential and live healthier, happier lives.
GSA and ISNTD monthly schistosomiasis focused webinar series, using the ISNTD Connect platform and the GSA expert network.
Derick Osakunor, from the University of Edinburgh, discusses the current treatment gaps in different age groups and how these are hindering the schistosomiasis goal of "elimination as a public health problem".
GSA 2019 report and 2020 operational strategy.
The GSA organised a COR NTD workshop on the Assessment of Schistosomiasis and Trachoma Distribution in Urban Areas for Targeted Intervention, on the 19th of November 2019.
Schistosomiasis Teacher Toolkit for Teaching about the Prevention, Control and Treatment of Urogenital Schistosomiasis
The GSA Executive Team is looking for individuals interested in becoming a GSA Ambassador in their country. The aim is to strengthen communication between the GSA and schistosomiasis programmes in endemic countries.
End of Year letter from the GSA plus news and events from the Schistosomiasis Community.
October's edition of the Schisto Bulletin
Succesful GSA training programme on the epidmiology and control technology of African schistosomiasis for delegates from China