Last week the spotlight was shone firmly on neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). The week kicked off with an announcement by UK Aid.
The number of people at risk from neglected tropical diseases has fallen by 20 per cent in the past five years, according to WHO.
Investigating the cost-effective scale-up of sustainable solutions to control and eliminate the seven most common neglected tropical diseases by 2020.
Sightsavers has welcomed a speech made by International Development Secretary Priti Patel, which set out her priorities for UK development.
The Global Trachoma Mapping Project has come to an end after seeing hundreds of surveyors collect and transmit data from 2.6 million people in 29 countries.
Sightsavers has joined its partners to celebrate the progress made towards beating some of the world’s most painful and blinding diseases.
Five years ago I was one of the people that gathered together in London in a groundbreaking meeting to talk about neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has boosted commitment to tackling neglected tropical diseases with new grants to help wipe out trachoma in Mali and Niger.