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For millions of women living on the African continent, two of the greatest health concerns – schistosomiasis and HIV – overlap.
Achieving and sustaining elimination: How the Geshiyaro Project might shape the future of schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths programmes
In the Wolaita zone in southern Ethiopia a research initiative is underway to assess strategies to achieve transmission break for schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths (STH).
Access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is a fundamental human right. Improvements in health and increasing life expectancy across much of the world can be attributed to investments that improve environmental conditions and healthy behaviors.
As its name connotes, the African Researchers’ Small Grants Program (SGP) started small.
Finger prints, tablets and WASH - Can research innovations protect two million people in Ethiopia from parasitic worms?
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.