Resources

NTD Mapping Tool

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Information on the geographical distribution of disease is essential to identify priority areas for intervention, estimate intervention needs and track progress in control. This interactive mapping tool has been developed to help the planning and implementation of Neglected Tropical... Read more

Global Atlas of Trachoma

Topic: NTD Research
Type: Website
Disease: Trachoma

The Trachoma Atlas provides up-to-date and publicly accessible maps of trachoma distribution by consolidating data on trachoma from a number of sources.

Global Atlas of Helminth Infections

Topic: Partners
Type: Website
Disease: All NTDs

The Global Atlas of Helminth Infections (GAHI) is an open-access information resource on the distribution of soil-transmitted helminths, schistosomiasis, and lymphatic filariasis.

Uniting to Combat NTDs

Topic: NTD Advocacy
Type: Website
Disease: All NTDs

The London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases, launched in January 2012, marked the beginning of a new, coordinated effort to accelerate progress toward eliminating or controlling 10 NTDs. In the year since its launch,... Read more

UK Coalition Against NTDs

Topic: NTD Advocacy
Type: Website
Disease: All NTDs

The UK Coalition against Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) is a collaborative partnership between UK organisations actively engaged in the implementation, capacity building and research of neglected tropical disease control at scale.

On this site you can find out more about ... Read more

The World Health Organization

Topic: Partners
Type: Website
Disease: All NTDs

In 2013, The World Health Organization (WHO) adopted resolution WHA66.12 on all 17 neglected tropical diseases.  Among other measures, the... Read more

International Coalition for Trachoma Control

Topic: Partners
Type: Website
Disease: Trachoma

The International Coalition for Trachoma Control (ICTC) was established in 2004 for the purpose of contributing to the global effort to eliminate blinding trachoma and to advocate and implement the SAFE strategy, endorsed by the... Read more

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