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Follow along with the #Summit2See  the END hikers as they journey towards reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds and awareness for neglected tropical diseases (#NTDs). 

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25 days until the #Summit2See the END team reaches the top of Mt. #Kilimanjaro! Read out latest newsletter and support a hiker today! http://eepurl.com/bqrpAX

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Check out this piece in Harvard Business Review by our friend, Cameron Conaway on "Solving Complex Social Problems Through Collaboration." As he talks about our partners, Geneva Global, we are proud to be included as an example of successful collaboration!
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Only a little over a month until ‪#‎Summit2See‬ the END! Carlie Congdon, Associate Program Director introduces a recent piece from fellow hiker Kathy Spahn, President & CEO of Helen Keller International. Leave a message of support for our climbers here or on the blog! 

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Why I Climb. Jun 08, 2015. By: Carlie Congdon, Associate Program Director This summer, I have the privilege of participating in Summit to See the END with Kathy Spahn, CEO of Helen Keller International, (HKI). Though it will be a challenge for us all, I know that if she brings the same ...
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Last week, we celebrated the inauguration of ‪#‎FatherDamienWay‬ in New York City. Read more about the life of Father Damien and what it means to Cecilia Dougherty, External Relations Associate.

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Following Fr. Damien's Way. May 18, 2015. By: Cecilia Dougherty, External Relations Associate. Last week, 33rd Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue in New York City was named “Father Damien Way” to honor and pay tribute to the legacy of a Belgian priest who dedicated his life to serving those most ...
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Warren Lancaster, Senior Vice President, Programs writes about a recent study he co-authored on mapping of #schistosomiasis in #Namibia.

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Schistosomiasis at “Street View” – Cost Effectively Identifying Hotspots Through High Res Mapping. Aug 31, 2015. By: Warren Lancaster, Senior Vice President, Programs. I had the pleasure of being a co-author on a recent academic paper that was published by PLoS NTDs.
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Carlie Congdon, Associate Program Director writes about her recent trip to Nigeria and how despite challenges, there exists great hope.
High Burden and High Hopes in Nigeria. Jun 26, 2015. By: Carlie Congdon, Associate Program Director. A few weeks ago, I attended the Nigeria neglected tropical disease (NTD) stakeholders meeting and visited the offices of the END Fund's new partner, Mitosath, a non-governmental development ...
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New Uniting to Combat NTDs report shows investment in NTDs is a development "best buy."

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Endemic countries are demonstrating strong ownership and leadership, in variable financial, political and environmental circumstances, to ensure their NTD programs are successful in meeting 2020 targets. Countries are achieving elimination goals, more people are being reached, ...
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This Father's Day, engage in dialogue with Warren Lancaster, Senior Vice President, Programs as he reflects on the day. Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

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What Do Orphans Say on Father's Day? Jun 19, 2015. By: Warren Lancaster, Senior Vice President, Programs. Dear Dad,. I don't recall writing you a letter before and I know you won't read this one, but Father's Day is coming up and even though I was only 12 when I lost you I thought I would write ...
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Yayne Hailu, External Relations Associate, discusses the latest commitment by the G7 to NTDs. What do you think? Leave a comment here or on the blog!

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G7 Re-Commits to NTDs. Jun 12, 2015. By: Yayne Hailu, External Relations Associate. Earlier this week a small group of world leaders convened to discuss pressing universal issues like global economy, international security, and – yes, neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)! The 41st G7 Summit, ...
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Proud to introduce Engaging Noteworthy Dialogue - a new opportunity to engage with the END Fund and others in the community. Through a roundup of latest posts and interesting reads, we hope to provide insight into our collective work and the joy and transformational power of giving. Join the conversation!

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The END Fund is dedicated to controlling and eliminating neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
Introduction
The END Fund is a private philanthropic initiative to combat the five most common neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) that, together, cause up to 90% of the NTD burden in sub-Saharan Africa. Supported by a group of global philanthropists, the END Fund provides financing for nationwide disease control initiatives, creating new programs, supplementing existing ones, and using leveraged funds to extend and deepen the impact.

The END Fund provides exceptional return on investment by harnessing the highly scalable impact of low-cost mass drug administrations.
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