New research shows Leishmaniasis is a disease of marginalised communities

Leishmaniasis one of the world’s oldest diseases is a growing, but neglected disease. The new Leishmaniasis Gap Analysis Report and Action Plan  is based on research carried out in Albania, Jordan and Pakistan…

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Enhancing African-led capacity for Disease Surveillance, Arusha 14-15 December

We are working with our South African and East African Networks, SACIDS and EAIDSNet, to bring together stakeholders and funders from across the globe in Tanzania on the 14th-15th December. The event will…

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New learnings and experiences during my summer internship with CORDS by Lindsay Steele

It’s a Friday evening in early July in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and I’m sitting at the rooftop restaurant of the Holiday Inn, in awe of my surroundings. There’s a young…

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Developing a ‘One Health’ approach to tackling Zoonotic Diseases

Today, Zoonotic Diseases (diseases passed from animals to humans), such as Ebola, MERS, Avian Flu and Leishmaniasis are spreading with devastating effect. When looking for solutions, it is not enough to…

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CORDS Executive Director to sit on panel at Global Health Security Agenda Forum, Korea

Following his presentation on CORDS at the Global Health Security Agenda, GHSA, steering group in Paris on the 29th of June 2015 the Korean Government has invited Executive Director, Professor Nigel…

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