This article looks at the contribution of Helen Keller International and its work to build the capacity of Ministries of Health to conduct community mobilization, mass drug administration campaigns, morbidity management, monitoring and evaluation for neglected tropical diseases.
This article examines the public–private consortium developed to tackle trachoma and attempts to highlight key success factors in the development and operation of that consortium.
This report aims to equip practitioners with an understanding of human rights, how human rights abuses cause and result from neglected diseases, and how a human rights approach can contribute to the fight against neglected diseases.
This study analyses an index focused on coverage of services for NTDs, comparable in methods to the UHC service coverage index.
This article posits that Neglected Tropical Diseases are some of the most cost-effective public health interventions in the world and should be a global priority.
Fifth progress report on the London Declaration on NTDs
This literature review identifies factors that affect NTD volunteer performance and motivation, which may be used to influence and improve future programming.
This article looks at reaching communities living in conflict areas to ensure no one is left behind.
Drawing on a synthesis of relevant literature, the tacit knowledge and experience of the authors, and discussions at a meeting on women, girls and NTDs, this analysis paper distills five key lessons from over 20 years of gender mainstreaming in health.