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The END Fund is dedicated to fighting the five most prevalent neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) which affect over 1.7 billion people globally.

For thousands of years, NTDs have held back human progress. The END Fund’s vision is to accelerate a movement already underway to ensure that families, communities, and economies can thrive in the absence of these ancient diseases.

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END Fund in the News

Deloitte: Nigeria could gain $19bn by eliminating tropical diseases

A new study by Deloitte and commissioned by the END Fund has revealed that the Nigerian economy could gain approximately USD $19 billion in increased productivity by meeting its 2030 elimination targets for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).

Opinion: The business case for investing in neglected tropical diseases

The lack of resources dedicated to reducing the neglected tropical diseases, or NTDs, burden across the world is resounding, but elimination of these diseases could be one of the best returns on investment available. With lack of prioritization from the private sector, international donors have generally funded efforts to combat NTDs. The donor landscape, however,…

Q&A: How to fix the worst malnutrition crisis in more than 40 years

Q. What are some of the key interventions you focus on? A. Our starting point is that evidence shows that improving nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life can deliver some of the biggest benefits in development. If you get that nutrition right, you end up with children who are much more able to…

Building a New Public Health Order in Africa

At the United Nations General Assembly in September 2022 in New York, African leaders made a call for the full implementation of a “New Public Health Order for Africa,” which they believe will shape the continent’s preparedness for future pandemics. They urged greater investment in Africa’s health institutions, health workforce, and medical manufacturing capacity, while…