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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Unlimit Health announces the appointment of its CEO as co-President elect at the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Unlimit Health is delighted by the appointment of its CEO Dr Wendy Harrison as co-President elect of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH) alongside Professor Margaret Gyapong.

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Unpacking Unlimit Health’s new strategy

“Accelerating programmatic action… comprehensive multi-sectoral technical assistance…” These are useful technical terms for people working in public health and they feature heavily in the documents and discussions that informed our new five-year strategy. For those of us who don’t work in public health, though, terms like these may need some unpacking.

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Girls’ drawings capture what health means to them

For World Health Day, we invited children who took part in our Shine a Light poster competition earlier this year to use their creative skills to represent their thoughts around health.

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Schistosomiasis through the eyes of a father and son

Said, a young boy from Zanzibar, would like to be a great footballer one day - but schistosomiasis nearly took that dream away from him. Children across the world are better able to follow their aspirations when their health is not limited.

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Communities in Uganda in the driving seat of efforts to eliminate schistosomiasis

Last year, we supported a pilot project in Buwaiswa and nearby communities to identify community-specific causes of schistosomiasis transmission. The results will be used to implement community-driven solutions, as well as water and sanitation services to reduce the risk of disease.

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Twenty years: an interactive exploration of our past, present, and future work

To mark our first twenty one years, we put together an interactive story showcasing the achievements made through our collaborations with ministries of health around the world to prevent and treat infections caused by schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths.

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Interactive Storymaps

It’s a date(a)!

To secure data for decision-making in Ethiopia, we facilitated a workshop to support the ministry of heath to align all epidemiological data with demography data for over 25,000 kebeles.

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Refining deworming treatment campaigns: an interactive exploration

One of the biggest challenges in tackling parasitic worm infections is that they affect the most marginalised and hard to reach people. How do we, therefore, make sure that treatment reaches the those most in need?

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Epidemiological surveys: an interactive exploration of how we target treatment to those who need it most

To make sure treatment reaches the people most in need, we support ministries of health (MoH) with a range of monitoring and evaluation tools, including epidemiological surveys for parasitic worm infections such as schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths.

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