Uniting to Combat NTDs have released the fifth annual progress report of the London Declaration on NTDs: Reaching a Billion: Ending Neglected Tropical Diseases: A gateway to Universal Health Coverage... Read more
Current Vice-Chair of the NNN, Gail Davey, shares some important developments on the network’s composition and approach to collaborative working
The Neglected Tropical Disease NGO Network is growing in influence and reach, and is pleased to announce... Read more
The 8th NTD NGO Network summit was opened at the King Fahd Palace Hotel, Dakar, Senegal, yesterday (28 Sept) as up to 300 participants from 100 organisations and 49 countries discussed the importance of cross-sector collaboration in ending the Tropical Neglected Diseases that... Read more
Frameworks can be useful tools to help us understand, plan and evaluate tasks and issues. Sometimes they help us think about what might be missing or what needs to be... Read more
Workshop Proposal Submission
We are very committed to making NNN as participatory and action focused as possible and to do this we would like to ask you for your input into the development of the agenda. This will ensure that we are addressing the issues... Read more
Damien Foundation, an association specialized in the fight against leprosy and tuberculosis, is currently looking for a Director of Project Department for its headquarters in Brussels to strengthen its team and to meet the challenges ahead.
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Following the “record breaking” success of the NTD Summit in Geneva where we all had the opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to creating a world free of NTDs we are delighted to announce this year’s meeting of the Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) NGO Network (NNN). The... Read more
The NTDs were not formally part of the MDGs. Now, with inclusion in the SDGs, how does inclusion of NTDs in SDG framework affect the work of the NGDOs?
The MGDs were transformative. However they were defined and monitored in a siloed way... Read more
The WHO congratulated the Republic of the Marshall Islands on 30 March 2017 for eliminating lymphatic filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, as a public health problem.
Lympathic filariasis is a mosquit-borne disease that damages the lymphatic system, leading to severe... Read more