For All to Thrive: NTD Progress, Challenges, and Learning
Thank you for joining us for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) For All to Thrive: NTD Progress, Challenges, and Learning event, organized by USAID’s Act to End NTDs | East and Act to End NTDs | West programs.
We were delighted to have more than 250 participants from 35+ countries and 105+ organizations represented. During the event, ministries of health, NGOs, and partners shared innovations and actions to advance progress to end NTDs and sustain NTD services as part of resilient health systems. We hope you came away with a new idea, learning, or connection, that will carry with you into your efforts to end NTDs!
Missed the event? The recording from the event is available here.
You are invited to join the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) at For All to Thrive: NTD Progress, Challenges, and Learning, a global event organized by USAID’s Act to End NTDs | East and Act to End NTDs | West programs.
September 22, 2023
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Join us to celebrate progress, address challenges, and share learnings from more than 20+ countries working to control and eliminate neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). During the event, ministries of health, NGOs, and partners will share experiences and facilitate a discussion about opportunities and challenges en route to the WHO 2030 NTD Road Map goals. USAID will share approaches to collaborating with governments as they work to achieve sustainable NTD services and also showcase a vision for future programming.
The event will be held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on Friday, September 22nd, following the Neglected Tropical Disease NGO Network (NNN) conference.
This event will:
• Highlight country-led progress to eliminate NTDs
• Review successes and challenges in delivering quality NTD services
• Sharpen our focus on approaches to achieve the WHO 2030 NTD Road Map goals
• Feature USAID’s strategic vision for sustainable NTD services
• Spotlight country leadership in strengthening health systems to sustain NTD services
• Provide an opportunity for discussion and dialogue on the path forward to 2030 and beyond