Lessons learnt from new analysis of hospital data collected over the past 5-10 years in Ethiopia (WL6 Poster)
Poster presented at the 6th World Congress on Leishmaniasis, 16-20 May 2017, Toledo, Spain. Title: Using passive surveillance data to inform control of visceral leishmaniasis: 5-10 years of hospital-based retrospective data in Endemic areas of Ethiopia.
Development of a new Health Facility Assessment (HFA) tool to evaluate readiness and facilitate VL service provision in East African region (WL6 Poster)
Poster presented at the 6th World Congress on Leishmaniasis, 16-20 May 2017, Toledo, Spain. Title: New tool for assessment of health facility readiness to provide visceral leishmaniasis treatment for Africa.
The fourth WHO report on neglected tropical diseases outlining progress and steps towards 2020 elimination targets. Published in April 2017.
Elimination of visceral leishmaniasis in the Indian subcontinent: a comparison of predictions from three transmission models
How does VL elimination in ISC look like in the run-up to 2020?
Suggestions from three transmission models of visceral leishmaniasis fitted into recent case data from 8 endemic districts in Bihar, India.
As some countries approach their elimination targets the WHO has produced a document outlining the criteria for the validation of elimination
Implementing partners in India have developed an array of Health Education tools to inform both healthcare workers and the public about kala azar and PKDL. The material has been produced using the local language where applicable and consists of stickers, posters, leaflets and short videos.
The new roadmap for elimination of VL in India by the Directorate National Vector Control Disease Programme. Published in February 2017