Jeunesse Secours

We offer two main activities for the celebration of this day: a. Media communication day on MTN 01/29/2020 which will consist of awareness raising programs on preventive measures against NTDs through a synergy of our 30 media already partners (2 hour interactive program with an expert on MTN to broadcast simultaneously on partner radios and televisions);

Gram Swarajya Samiti Ghoshi

We are planning the following activities to impact the further spread of NTDs : 1. Community training programme focusing on the eve of world NTD day for prevention of NTD. The intended participants will be community leaders from different slums of Patna. The objective is to sensitize the community influencer and creation of pressure group on concerned government department.

Zambia Ministry of Health

The Ministry Health Zambia joins the globe to mark the inaugural World NTDs Day on January 30, 2020 alongside various cooperating partners under the customised theme: ‘#beatNTDs for Good. Leaving No One Behind’ through heightened awareness and community engagement. Activities will range from conventional media discussions, school debates, social media campaign, identifying NTD fight Ambassadors and research findings dissemination. In addition, the Ministry will be screening, administering drugs and holding exhibitions. Traditional and Religious leaders will be engaged in a bid to ensure they understand impact of NTDs in the community.

Federal University Oye-Ekiti

In partnership with the NTD control programme unit in Ekiti State, Nigeria, we are aiming to sensitize the entire state about NTDs, and the existing prevention, control and treatment options. The activities will also create a platform of introducing the need for research and continuous advocacy to members of the state.

The Task Force for Global Health

On the first ever World NTD Day, learn about neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) which threaten 1.6 billion people living in the poorest and most marginalized communities worldwide and join us for a panel discussion with global health practitioners from The Task Force for Global Health, The Carter Center and RTI International, discussing why they are passionate about eliminating NTDs and why would should be too!