April 23,2019
We welcome a new member of the CWW team, Ashraful Kabir. He will serve as a Technical Advisor to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in Bangladesh, furthering the national goals for elimi...
April 23,2019
We welcome a new member of the CWW team, Ashraful Kabir. He will serve as a Technical Advisor to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in Bangladesh, furthering the national goals for elimination of STH as a public health problem.  Ashraful earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Anthropology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, and a second Masters in Public Health from the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium. He has several years of experienc...
March 25,2019
  NTDeliver, a groundbreaking online tool that addresses key global health supply chain challenges, grew out of the work of Cassandra Holloway of Children Without Worms (CWW). From 2011 to 2014, Cassandra helped coordinate the supply chain for Johnson & Johnson (J&J) - donated mebendazole (Vermox™) for soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH, also called, intestinal worm infections)[1]. During that time, the J&J donation increased from 24 million doses in 2011 to 158 million dose...
February 25,2019
"We have leaders, we have thinkers, we have doers... let's get together and beat this scourge!" - in this short video Dr. Rubina Imtiaz, CWW Director, talks to us about CWW's priorities for 2019 and beyond.
February 19,2019
Conducting an ICSPM survey in Bangldesh. Photo credit: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Bangladesh National deworming programs need high-quality data to scale-up interventions, streamline intervention delivery, and direct resources where they are most needed. According to Alex Jones, the Deputy Director of Children Without Worms (CWW), “a national STH program cannot succeed without a clear understanding of current disease epidemiology. If we want to achieve the goal of elimination as...
December 21,2018
As we close out a busy 2018 at CWW, we reflect on the work we’ve done over last 12 months to engage with countries and partners to improve public health interventions for reducing the burden of Soil-Transmitted Helminth (STH) infections worldwide.   In October 2018, we had the opportunity to present on what’s been keeping us busy in 2018 at the annual COR-NTD and ASTMH meetings in New Orleans. At the annual COR-NTD meeting, Cassandra Holloway, CWW’s Program Support Specialist, present...
October 25,2018
Don't miss these CWW sessions at COR-NTD!  
October 11,2018
Please join CWW for their presentation of two posters at the 2018 American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Presentations will be on view on Monday, October 29.  ​The accepted poster presentations are summarized below: Global Trends in Preventative Chemotherapy for Soil-Transmitted Helminthiasis, with a focus on Pre-school age children Using the publicly available World Health Organization Preventative Chemotherapy database,...
October 3,2018
Services. The Request for Consultancy (RFC) covers the provision of technical assistance to help develop training materials for national soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH) control programs. The training materials will cover data collection using a population-based survey methodology. The survey is a program monitoring tool. The Contractor will perform the Work described herein for and with the Task Force for Global Health’s Children Without Worms program (CWW). A detailed description of the wo...
September 12,2018
Job Class Code:  ETS317                                                EEO Code: Professional Non-Faculty     Status:  Non-exempt                   ...

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