• 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 Contron, James Porter
  • Alwaleed Philanthropies joins the END Fund to accelerate the end of neglected tropical diseases

    Jan 20, 2017
    Over the next three years (2017 – 2019), Alwaleed Philanthropies will provide US$3 million to support the END Fund’s activities to control and eliminate neglected tropical diseases globally, with an emphasis in Africa and the Middle East."
    The END Fund
  • A Bright 2016

    Jan 04, 2017
    2016 has been a landmark year for the END Fund and the NTD community. I am so grateful to each of you for joining this close collaboration of partners and supporters dedicated to seeing the end of diseases of neglect.
    Ellen Agler
  • Thank You, Alan Fenwick

    Dec 06, 2016
    I was caught off guard when I recently received an invitation to attend Professor Alan Fenwick’s retirement reception in London. I know Alan has been speaking about, or one can say threatening, retirement for sometime now - but the reality is setting in and I’m somewhat at a loss for words.
    Elisa Baring