Monitoring and Supervising the Annual Mass Drug Administration for Neglected Tropical Diseases in Ethiopia using a Rapid Coverage Survey Tool: A Case Study
This blog first appeared in Medium on April 26, 2018
In order to get the right answers, you have to ask the right questions. This sounds like common sense, but sometimes it can be easier said than done, particularly when the right questions do not appear to be related to the greater research question.
Newly Released Scorecard Marks Progress in the Fight against Neglected Tropical Diseases
In this interview, John Amuasi, MBChB, MPH, MS, PhD discusses the impetus and hopes for the African Researchers' Small Grants Program.
In May 2017, ARNTD, USAID, and COR-NTD announced the first-ever grantees of the African Researchers' Small Grants program.
The voice of people affected can contribute to priority-setting in research in Neglected Tropical Diseases
People with disabilities are often not able to have a say in decisions that are made that affect them, including in the way that international development is organised, and research is carried out.
One of the really great things about COR-NTD is the opportunity it provides to make and strengthen collaborative connections.
This entry was originally published by The Task Force for Global Health.