Overview Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are critical in the prevention and care for all of the 17 neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) scheduled for intensified control or elimination by 2020. Provision of safe water, sanitation and hygiene is one of the five key interventions within the global NTD roadmap. Yet to date, the WASH component of the strategy has received little attention and the potential to link efforts on WASH and NTDs has been largely untapped.
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Water sanitation and hygiene for accelerating and sustaining progress on neglected tropical diseases: A global strategy 2015-2020November 2015 | WHO Guidance & Forms
Training in monitoring and epidemiological assessment of mass drug administration for eliminating lymphatic filariasisNovember 2015 | Publications & Reports
Training in monitoring and epidemiological assessment of mass drug administration for eliminating lymphatic filariasisThis manual is designed to teach personnel of national programmes to eliminate lymphatic filariasis, including regional and district health personnel, the essential elements of monitoring and evaluating national programmes to eliminate LF. The focus is on planning and implementing a transmission assessment survey (TAS) as an input to decide whether to move from MDA to post-MDA surveillance.
WHO TAS Eligibility and Planning Form View form and additional resources
PC Epidemiological Data Reporting Form (EPIRF) – designed to standardize national reporting of epidemiological data on lymphatic filariasis, onchocerciasis, soil-transmitted helminthiases and schistosomiasis. National authorities are encouraged to complete this form and submit it to WHO on a yearly basis, together with the JRF. Submission of the Joint Application Package
All you need for F&E - a toolkit for planning and partnering aims to strengthen critical coordination and maximize impacts in the field by supporting program managers working on tackling trachoma to engage water, hygiene and sanitation partners.
We are pleased to share the ENVISION contributions - developed in collaboration with Ministries of Health, WHO, partners, and donors - that will be showcased at the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. During the conference, public health researchers and global health experts from ENVISION will participate in 26 symposia, presentations, and poster sessions on a range of topics, including MDA coverage, data quality, impact assessments and more. Below is a schedule of sessions, please consider joining us.