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20 Mar 2019
This article examines the relationship between disability and neglected tropical diseases
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05 Mar 2019
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This manual is a facilitator’s guide to conduct a workshop to train supervisors for the distribution of Zithromax® as part of a Mass Drug Administration (MDA) programme for trachoma elimination. 
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05 Mar 2019
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Le présent manuel est un guide destiné aux personnes animant des ateliers pour former des superviseurs à la distribution de Zithromax® dans le cadre du programme d’administration massive de médicaments (AMM) en vue de l’élimination du trachome. 
01 Mar 2019
This paper assess challenges and progress to the elimination and eradication of NTDs
27 Feb 2019
While evaluations on the implementation of the SAFE strategy have been done, systematic reviews on the factors that have shaped implementation are lacking. This review sought to identify these factors.
SAFE strategy
19 Feb 2019
Comm Eye Health Vol. 31 No.104 2019 pp 93. Published online 11 February 2019.
11 Feb 2019
This study tested the hypothesis that an automated algorithm could classify eyelid photographs better than chance.
01 Feb 2019
This toolkit provides step-by-step guidance to NTD program managers and partners on how to engage and work collaboratively with the WASH community to improve delivery of services to underserved population affected by many NTDs.
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, SAFE strategy, Water, sanitation and hygiene
29 Jan 2019
This study aims to quantify and characterize research activity and treatment availability for NTDs in children in order to inform the prioritization of future research efforts.
28 Jan 2019
Program decision-making for trachoma elimination currently relies on conjunctival clinical signs. Antibody tests may provide additional information on the epidemiology of trachoma, particularly in regions where it is disappearing or elimination targets have been met.