COUNTDOWN is a 5-year Department for International Development (DFID)-funded project which brings together innovative and multi-disciplinary neglected tropical disease (NTD) researchers, policy makers, practitioners and implementation research specialists from Cameroon, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, the UK and the USA.
Cameroon 'Schisto &STH Week', 10th - 14th June 2019
COUNTDOWN Cameroon in collaboration with the Cameroon Ministry of Public Health, and other partners, are holding a Schistosomiaisis and Soil-transmitted Helminthiasis national week from 10th - 14th June 2019.
Societal Influences on NTD Programme Success: Reflections of a Four-Country Panel
The COUNTDOWN Consortium convened recently in Liberia with the aim to examine the relevance of key findings produced by the project's Liberia social science research to NTD programmes in other COUNTDOWN countries.
Religious practices and Neglected Tropical Diseases: What is the connection?
Dr Samuel Armoo reflects on the link between religious practices and the transmission of schistosomiasis in Ghana.
COUNTDOWN and Partners lead panel discussions at the House of Commons
COUNTDOWN partners from Nigeria, Liberia and LSTM 's CNTD headlined the All Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria & Neglected Tropical Medicines discussions themed 'Leaving no one Behind: Inclusion, Integration &...