• Global Surgery Symposium 2017

    Apr 06, 2017
    Last week, Elisa Baring, Director, Programs spoke at the Yale Global Surgery Symposium on the importance of morbidity management for NTD control and elimination.
    The END Fund
  • Building on Success in Liberia

    Mar 28, 2017
    The second post-Ebola mass drug administration (MDA) in Liberia is currently taking place. The END Fund is supporting the MDA through our implementing partner Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI), which works directly with the Ministry of Health (MoH).
    Ana Power
  • Listening to the Community

    Feb 28, 2017
    We are proud and so honored to have the Listening Tour recognized and presented with the Audio Communications Award at the 2017 ISNTD Festival last week in London. We would like to thank ISNTD as well as all of the participants of Listening Tour who generously shared their stories with us.
    Yayne Hailu
  • Affecting Little (Furry) Lives

    Feb 13, 2017
    “Look at this sweet girl,” Marilee said, stroking the pup’s face. “The staff said her eyelashes are turning inward. Must be so painful. Can you imagine?” Given my work with the END Fund, I actually could imagine. As I watched Minimus struggle, pawing at her reddening eyes, I thought immediately of some of our beneficiaries, who, because of similar, constant irritation, may pull out their own eyelashes to help ease the discomfort and pain.
    Heather Haines
  • Being a Witness to Hidden Suffering

    Feb 02, 2017
    The END Fund and the Sabin Vaccine Institute were honored to attend “Towards a Culture of Health that is Welcoming and Supportive at the Service of People with Rare and Neglected Pathologies,” a conference hosted by the Pontifical Council for Healthcare Workers at the Vatican this past November.
    Emily Conron, James Porter