Health promotion among women in IDPs-Mogadishu

SNTDCI members giving health promotion and disease prevention concepts among women in IDPs Mogadishu- Somalia

Deworming contributes to Reduce Absenteeism and increase school attendance

Health Worker from SNTDCI gives a Primary School Children a dose of Albendazole drug as part of Deworming Program in Afgoi District -Somalia.

SNTDCI General assembly held in Mogadishu

The 1st General Assembly of the Somali Neglected Tropical Disease Control Initiative took place from 12-13 November 2015.

SNTDCI Health staff on their duty of health awareness

Health staff of SNTDCI along with Trained Teachers talk to the School Children in afgoi During MDA
Explaining the importance of deworming and good hygiene practice.

Professor David Molyneux and Dr.Said Mohamed in Blantyre.

Professor David Molyneux from Liverpool school of Tropical Medicine and Dr.Said Mohamed from SNTDCI at African researchers Network for NTD Meeting in Blantyre, Malawi

Dr.Mohamed Abdullahi Chairman of SNTDCI on his remarks in Quarterly meeting on HIV, Mogadishu-Somalia

His Excellency Dr.Mohamed Presented How Linking HIV/AIDS & NTDs during Quarterly meeting on HIV heldin Mogadishu-Somalia.

Leprosy Awareness Campaign in Mogadishu IDPs

Conjoined effort by WHO,MOH,SNTDCI reaches out to internal Displaced people (IDPS) in Mogadishu
with educational and awareness raising campaigns to reduce the stigmatisation of leprosy patients

Hope to Speed the Progress , we can achieve together
Researchers

SNTDCI Researchers conducting Trachoma survey in Afgoi District -Somalia

SNTDCI Staff in Rural Communities

SNTDCI Staff in Remote and Neglected communities conducting important Health Messages

Regular deworming contributes to good health and
nutrition for children of school age

SNTDCI Staff Doing Deworming Program in Non Enrolled School age children in rural areas in afgoi district

IDPs Leprosy Awareness conjoined With WHO , MOH and SNTDCI

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