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11 Feb 2020
This study aims to understand the determinants of child handwashing and the key motivational drivers of children’s behaviour within Internally Displaced Persons camps
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Hard to reach populations, Water, sanitation and hygiene
30 Jan 2020
This paper provides a discussion of the status of some of the more debated medical conditions in terms of whether or not they constitute an NTD.
29 Jan 2020
January 30, 2020 is the first-ever World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day (World NTD Day), a day when we celebrate the achievements made towards control of the world’s NTDs, yet recognize the daunting challenges we face in the control and elimination of these conditions. 
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23 Jan 2020
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Key messages for the WHO Western Pacific Region from the GET2020 database as at 11 March 2019. 
22 Jan 2020
This study was conducted to understand the molecular epidemiology of circulating Chlamydia trachomatis (Ct) strains in Sapporo, Japan. 
22 Jan 2020
This study examines the prevalence of ocular infection with Ct and previous exposure to Ct in three districts of Papua New Guinea.   
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
21 Jan 2020
This study highlights the importance of innate pro-inflammatory signals from the epithelium and implicate IL -23A -responsive cells in driving trachomatous scarring, with potential key mechanistic roles for PDGFB, MMP12 and SPARCL1 in orchestrating fibrosis. 
06 Jan 2020
This study modeled the cost-effectiveness of MDA to children 1-59 months of age, MDA to children 1-5 months of age, AZM administered at hospital discharge, and the combination of MDA and post-discharge AZM.
Antibiotics, Children
23 Dec 2019
This cross-sectional survey of households of children with active trachoma sought to determine if the presence of Chlamydia trachomatis could be detected on household objects and on family members based on sleeping and caretaking patterns.