Past Event: END in Africa Partners’ Meeting
Location: Accra, Ghana
Date: April 26-27, 2017
Description: Attended by program managers and officers from all 6 countries supported by the END in Africa Project, sub-grantees – HKI, HDI, Deloitte; USAID NTD team from USA, Task Force for Global Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), WHO, Merck, and the Missions Director of USAID/West Africa, the meeting focused on sustaining achievements, program sustainability and local financing, and STH/SCH transition strategies for the six portfolio countries.
Past Event: Sustainability Planning and Business Case Development
Date: April 2017
Location: Accra, Ghana
Description: Support the Ghana NTDP in planning for long-term operational and financial sustainability.
Past Event: END in Africa and ENVISION Joint Meeting for Elimination Planning
Location: Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra, Ghana
Dates: April 21-23, 2015
Description: USAID and partners END in Africa, managed by FHI360, and ENVISION, managed by RTI, discuss progress toward NTD elimination in their supported countries as well as potential solutions to persistent problems such as disease hot spots and cross-border issues.
Past Event: Ghana NTD Progress Celebration Event
Location: La Beach Hotel, Accra, Ghana
Date: July 3, 2014
Description: Ghana will celebrate the progress achieved in its fight against NTDs at this historic event. Among the festivities, the Ghana Health Service’s NTD Programme will launch the Ghana NTD Master Plan. The event will also feature an exhibition on the significance of mass treatments and the work of the NTD Programme, as well as celebrate the country’s role in achieving USAID’s One Billionth NTD Treatment milestone in 2014.
In honor of the many thousands of health workers and volunteers that have contributed to NTD programme activities in Ghana over the years, several representative unsung heroes have been selected and invited to attend the ceremonies, where they will be publicly honored and awarded certificates of appreciation.
Ghana to launch strategic mass drug administration program (GhanaWeb, July 1, 2014)
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