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Publications & Reports
November 2012 | Publications & Reports
The national schistosomiasis and soil transmitted helminthes control program in Burkina Faso implements mass drug treatment for underserved communities at risk for schistosomiasis since 2004. Urinary schistosomiaisis is endemic in all the districts of the country but intestinal schistosomiasis is restricted to the Dafra district in the Western province. We reviewed data collected in the village of Panamasso in the Dafra district from 2008 to 2012. The village is located in a humid area with high level of rainfalls favoring and sustaining ponds and small perennial water bodies.
November 2012 | ENVISION Reports to USAID
Publications & Reports
May 2012 | Publications & Reports
Dans le contexte de la réalisation des objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (OMD), la lutte contre les maladies tropicales négligées est devenue une préoccupation internationale et un important problème de santé publique.
April 2012 | Videos
Significant progress has been made in recent years toward the control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases (NTD) in many parts of the world. RTI expert Eric Ottesen, MD talks about the next frontier in NTD control and accelerated efforts to overcome the global impact of these diseases. Dr. Ottesen is the program director of RTI's NTD Control Program (2006--2012) and ENVISION (2011--2016). He is also the director of the Task Force for Global Health's Lymphatic Filariasis Support Center.
WHO Guidance & Forms
March 2012 | WHO Guidance & Forms
Accelerating work to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases – A roadmap for implementation [pdf 1.2Mb]
January 2012 | Videos
Watch video from the landmark meeting held on January 30, 2012 where 13 pharmaceutical companies; the U.S., U.K., and U.A.E governments; the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; the World Bank; and other global health organizations announced a new, coordinated push to accelerate progress toward eliminating or controlling 10 NTDs by the end of the decade. This pledge of renewed commitment, inspired by the WHO’s 2020 Roadmap on NTDs is being called the London Declaration.