Reports & Resources
- Our Fact Sheet
- Annual Reports: Narrating The Task Force’s annual progress.
- PHII Voices: The Public Health Informatics Institute’s blog.
- Trachoma Atlas: A web-based, interactive map that shows changes in trachoma prevalence around the world over time.
- NTD ConnectOR: A hub for researchers, funders, and program implementers involved in NTD operational research.
- TEPHINET Learning: Hosts training resources on topics relevant to field epidemiology.
- The Task Force Leadership Institute: Materials and resources for leadership training in the global and public health sectors.
- Children Without Worms STH Resources
- NTD Deliver: NTD supply chain treatment tracker
The Task Force brings diverse expertise and experience to affect a range of global health problems. Learn from these case studies how The Task Force has successfully addressed issues such as access to essential medicines for the world’s poor and the need for greater coordination to prevent and control cholera.
- Health Workforce Development: African Health Workforce Project
- The Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases
- Launching and Leading the PARTNERS TB Control Program
- The Global Trachoma Mapping Project: Determining Prevalence to Help Eliminate Trachoma by 2020
- The Coalition for Cholera Prevention and Control: Forging Consensus to End Cholera Deaths Globally
The Task Force’s “Topics in Global Health” Series
- Beat NTDs: World NTD Day Symposium – January 30, 2020
- Mobile to Multiplex: Accelerating Innovation in Global Health Diagnostics – April 11, 201
- Preparing for the Next Pandemic: Lessons from the 2017-18 Flu Season – September 27, 2018
Joint 2020 Global Health Summit: MedSurplus Alliance and Catholic Health Association of the United States’ 2nd Annual Joint Global Health Summit – June 9 – 11, 2020
The Global FETP Enterprise: Applied Epidemiology in the 21st Century – 10th TEPHINET Global Scientific Conference on October 28 to November 1, 2019
Joint 2019 Global Health Summit – May 14 to 15, 2019 hosted MedSurplus Alliance and Catholic Health Association
Programs We House
Header photo caption: A community health worker looks at a prevalence map of lymphatic filariasis in Haiti.
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