SCI Foundation is now Unlimit Health. Learn more about what the change means for our ongoing efforts to eliminate neglected tropical diseases
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When you donate to us, we’ll use your contribution wherever we can most effectively support people to live healthy lives, free from limiting disease.
Our programme partners are doing an amazing job, and there are still more countries that need support. With more funding, we’re confident we can help reach even more people with treatment, and bring closer the eventual elimination of preventable infections.
Only 44% of people needing treatment globally were treated in 2020
131.2 million people did not receive treatment
Only 58% of people needing treatment globally were treated in 2020
613 million did not receive treatment
* Average results demonstrated for all country programmes where data are available.
† For every treatment provided against schistosomiasis, treatments are also offered against intestinal worm infections where both diseases are present. Treatment numbers are for schistosomiasis only and dating from 2010 when the current reporting system was established.