Posted: June 11, 2020
Announcing the Launch of CWW’s New Website
CWW is excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website!
As a leader in STH policy, innovation, and advocacy, CWW needs to make news and resources about global STH control and elimination efforts easily accessible to current and new partners and colleagues. We believe our new website does just that – the new site is more user-friendly, faster, and easier to navigate. It provides better access to information on the STH Advisory Committee and STH resources produced by CWW.
New features on our website include an image gallery via Flickr that provides quick access to photos related to CWW’s work around the world. Our social media channel on Twitter is now integrated onto our homepage so visitors can view our engagement on social media.
A featured resources section on the home page provides visitors easy access to our latest resources. These resources include tools to estimate disease prevalence, such as the Integrated Community-Based Survey for Program Monitoring, and the Global M&E Framework, a resource document for deworming programs to make data-driven decisions on deworming interventions.
The new website also features our STH Advisory Committee members. The STH Advisory Committee is an expert group of research and national program leaders with expertise in public health, diagnostics, epidemiology, child, and school health. The STH Advisory Committee comes together once a year at an annual meeting to assess global accomplishments and persistent needs and gaps towards the WHO STH goals. The committee provides relevant technical and scientific advice on STH control to donors, researchers, pharmaceutical companies, and non-governmental and governmental implementers.
We expect to add new content regularly to our new website, so we encourage STH and NTD partners to bookmark our pages.
Many thanks to Resonance Marketing for building the new site for CWW!
For any questions, suggestions, feedback, or comments, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.