Four-Year Project Aims To Boost Kala-Azar Elimination Efforts In India, Bangladesh

In this post in the Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs” blog, Elena Pantjushenko, a communications associate for GHTC member OneWorld Health (OWH), profiles a “comprehensive four-year project to boost kala-azar (leishmaniasis) elimination strategies in India and Bangladesh, where the concentration of disease burden is among the world’s highest.” The project “was launched by an international consortium formed last month to support the countries’ control and elimination strategies,” she notes (11/22).

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