Call for Proposals to support projects from Civil Society Organizations (CSO/NGO) directly or indirectly related to Neglected Tropical Diseases

the specific objective of this call for proposals is to defend and promote the right to health of persons affected by skin NTD, contributing to weave a legitimated and accountable civil society and/or affected community’s networks taking part in skin NTD responses and the global objective is to improve the quality of life of the people living in the most vulnerable situation by fighting and preventing most prevalent skin NTDs in Ghana.

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Forgotten diseases only affect forgotten people.

What does our work entail? For whom do we work? How do we work?
What does our work entail? For whom do we work? How do we work?
What does our work entail? For whom do we work? How do we work?

Combatting Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).

What are NTDs?

For the most impoverished and forgotten people on the planet.

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By strengthening public health systems and accelerating the development of disadvantaged
communities.

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What does our work entail?

For whom do we work?

How do we work?

What does our work entail?

Combatting Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).

What are NTDs?
What does our work entail?
What does our work entail?
What does our work entail?

For whom do we work?

For the most impoverished and forgotten people on the planet.

Discover stories
For whom do we work?
For whom do we work?
For whom do we work?

How do we work?

By strengthening public health systems and accelerating the development of disadvantaged
communities.

See projects
How do we work?
How do we work?
How do we work?

We fight diseases nobody wants to see

Christine Aledohan, Zé commun, Benín
Socio-economic wellbeing Socio-economic wellbeing

Christine Aledohan, Zé commun, Benín

Three years ago Christine Aledohan built a latrine that not only improved her life, but also that of her community.

Innocent and Samuel. Detected thanks to training
Detection and treatment Detection and treatment

Innocent and Samuel. Detected thanks to training

A 10-year-old boy who, thanks to an awareness talk, was diagnosed with yaws in time.

Mabel Tawiah. A former Buruli ulcer patient
Socio-economic wellbeing Socio-economic wellbeing

Mabel Tawiah. A former Buruli ulcer patient

At the age of 18, he discovered a strange nodule in his right leg, but they did not act in time.

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We fight diseases nobody wants to see.

Where?

We operate in the most forgotten places.

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  • Benin Country
  • 1.398.346 Reached population
  • 357.581,69 Investment
  • Côte d'Ivoire Country
  • 1.044.623 Reached population
  • 786.385,47 Investment
  • Ghana Country
  • 1.058.379 Reached population
  • 487.442,60 Investment
  • Togo Country
  • 1.803 Reached population
  • 686.327 Investment

*Data on current projects.

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