Webinar: Understanding the Gender Dimensions of Neglected Tropical Diseases

24 January, 2020

Dear all,

I am sure some members of the HIFA group will be interested to hear about a forthcoming webinar organized to mark the first (yes, first ever!) World NTD Day, which happens on Thursday 30th January.

Webinar: Understanding the Gender Dimensions of Neglected Tropical Diseases

http://adphealth.org/webinar

The webinar will unpack the linkages between neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), gender and other social determinants of health, drawing on a recently published discussion paper. The event is part of a collaboration between the Access and Delivery Partnership/UNDP, the COUNTDOWN initiative/Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases.

All are welcome. If you are involved in implementation research, procurement or supply chain management in NTD programmes the organizers particularly encourage you to tune in.

FYI, you can also find more information about the inaugural World NTD Day here:

https://worldntdday.org/

With best wishes to all,

Tim

Tim France, PhD

Managing Director

Inís Communication

Bournemouth UK/Chiang Mai, Thailand

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HIFA profile: Tim France is Managing Director of Inis Communication (www.iniscommunication.com), a consultancy firm that helps global health and development initiatives achieve greater impact and visibility. He has over 25 years experience in science, public health and development, including several landmark civil society projects. Prior to starting Inis Tim held positions with the World Health Organizations Global Programme on AIDS and UNAIDS, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, Health & Development Networks and the Foundation du Present. He has also been Scientific Editor of two popular international scientific journals.

Originally from London, Tim migrated to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand in 2000.

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