Implementation

Finding nomadic communities: Sightsavers' research in action

08 Dec 2020

This blog was originally published by Sightsavers, and describes a study funded through COR-NTD (

Research Spotlight – Development of Tools to Re-Orient Social Mobilization Strategies to Close the Coverage-Compliance Gap

04 Nov 2019

It sounds simple – we ask entire communities to take medications periodically, provided free of charge, to protect themselves and their community from neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).

iChord – Improving Community Health Outcomes through Research and Dialogue: A New Approach to Community Engagement in Global Health

25 Jul 2018

There are many factors to keep in mind while planning for mass drug administration (MDA) of preventative chemotherapy for neglected tropical diseases (PC-NTDs). Acquiring the drugs is only the first step – or the “first mile” in supply chain lingo.

Monitoring and Supervising the Annual Mass Drug Administration for Neglected Tropical Diseases in Ethiopia using a Rapid Coverage Survey Tool: A Case Study

25 Jun 2018

Annual Mass Drug Administration (MDA) is one of the strategies used to combat Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) such as trachoma, onchocerciasis, lymphatic filariasis, schistosomiasis, soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH).

Small Grants, Big Impact: Joy Chikwendu, Makurdi, Nigeria

22 Nov 2017

In May 2017,  ARNTD, USAID, and COR-NTD announced the first-ever grantees of the African Researchers' Small Grants program. 

Small Grants, Big Impact: Dr. Pythagore Fogue, Dschang, Cameroon

01 Nov 2017

In May 2017,  ARNTD, USAID, and COR-NTD announced the first-ever grantees of the African Researchers' Small Grants program. 

Small Grants, Big Impact: Dr. Regina Ejemot-Nwadiaro, Cross River State, Nigeria

25 Oct 2017

In May 2017,  ARNTD, USAID, and COR-NTD announced the first-ever grantees of the African Researchers' Small Grants

Small Grants, Big Impact: Dr. Humphrey Mazigo, Mwanza, Tanzania

11 Oct 2017

In May 2017,  ARNTD, USAID, and COR-NTD announced the first-ever grantees of the African Researchers' Small Grants program.

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