Am J Trop Med Hyg 2012 vol. 86 no. 3 508-513
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Integrated Implementation of Programs Targeting Neglected Tropical Diseases through Preventive Chemotherapy: Identifying Best Practices to Roll Out Programs at National ScaleMarch 2012 | Publications & Reports
Accelerating work to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases – A roadmap for implementationMarch 2012 | WHO Guidance & Forms
Accelerating work to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases – A roadmap for implementation [pdf 1.2Mb]
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.
Integrated Implementation of Programs Targeting Neglected Tropical Diseases through Preventive Chemotherapy: Proving the Feasibility at National Scale.December 2011 | Publications & Reports
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Monitoring and Epidemiological Assessment of Mass Drug Administration for the Global Programme to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis (GPELF). A Manual for National Elimination Programmes.December 2011 | WHO Guidance & Forms
Effective monitoring, epidemiological assessment and evaluation are necessary to achieve the aim of interrupting LF transmission.
The International Trachoma Initiative (ITI) and Pfizer go to Uganda to a school where children are receiving free antibiotic that treats and prevents blinding trachoma. ITI works with Pfizer Inc. and other international partners to eliminate blinding trachoma, an infectious eye disease that affects 41 million people, mostly women and children in remote areas that have limited access to water and sanitation. We have the tools to eliminate this disease by 2020. We need the political will to make it happen.
Assuring Safety of Preventive Chemotherapy Interventions in the Control of Neglected Tropical DiseasesJanuary 2011 | WHO Guidance & Forms
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