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26 Feb 2016
Elimination, SAFE strategy
26 Feb 2016
Elimination, SAFE strategy
26 Feb 2016
Elimination, SAFE strategy
19 Jan 2016
Richard Allan, Founder and Director at the Mentor Initiative, blogs on the importance of targeting regions with the greatest burden of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in the path to their elimination.
Elimination
18 Jan 2016
An analysis of the Neglected Tropical Disease Initiative in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC NTD Initiative), which aimed to control or eliminate these diseases through integrated NTD programs that address multiple diseases by combining interventions from health, water and sanitation, education, and other sectors in a unified, coordinated way.
Integration, Water, sanitation and hygiene
16 Jan 2016
The aim of this study was to investigate prevalence and potential risk factors of active trachoma in Gondar Zuria District
15 Jan 2016
A study exploring whether school-based “disease mapping” methodology used to assess urinary schistosomiasis (SCH) is useful for determining trachoma interventions and whether the district-based approach recommended for trachoma is useful for SCH control programs.
Integration, Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
15 Jan 2016
A critical overview after four years of a programme that started in Burundi in June 2007. Strategies, achievements, challenges, lessons learned, and future steps for the country, especially in relation to schistosomiasis and STHs, are discussed.
Elimination, Integration
15 Jan 2016
Peter Hotez reflects on Integrated Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Control in a blog on the Public Library of Science (PLOS) website. 
Integration
15 Jan 2016
Results from research looking at whether antibodies to chlamydia trachomatis can be used as a surveillance tool for national trachoma control programs.

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