Posted: July 19, 2020

NNN 2020 Annual Conference

8-10 September 2020 | Virtual Platform

The 11th Annual Neglected Tropical Disease NGO (NNN) Conference will take place from Tuesday 8th – Thursday 10th September 2020. Originally scheduled to take place in Kathmandu, Nepal, the conference will now be on a virtual platform due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see the Conference Agenda page for more information.

Our workshops and presentations listed in chronological order:

Girija Sankar, Associate Director of Partnerships and Communications, is presenting a rapid-fire session titled, “NTD Partner Mapping: harmonizing program interventions and impact measurement at the county-level in Kenya.” This session is scheduled for 6:00 – 7:30 AM EDT, Wednesday, 9th September 2020.

Cara Tupps, Associate Director of Programs, is co-facilitating a workshop session titled, “Road to resilience: building sustainable public health capacity within national NTD programs,” with Denver Mariga and Stephen Mwatha, Division of Vector Borne and NTDs, Ministry of Health, Kenya. This session is scheduled for 8:00 – 9: 30 AM EDT, Wednesday, 9th September 2020.

Cassandra Holloway, Project Support Specialist, is facilitating a workshop session titled, “The End to End Supply Chain – Working Together Towards a Successful Supply Chain Strategy to beat NTDs.”
Presenters in this workshop include Afework Tekle (World Health Organization, WHO), Modeste Tezembong (ESPEN/WHO AFRO), Tijana Williams (GSK), and Ashley Souza (NTD-SC, Task Force for Global Health). This session is scheduled for 6:00 – 7:30 AM EDT, Thursday, 10th September 2020.

Girija Sankar will provide an update on the activities of the Ensuring Sustainable Systems cross-cutting group of the NNN. This update is part of the closing plenary session of the NNN conference and is scheduled for 8:00 – 9:30 AM EDT, Thursday, 10th September 2020.

While registration for the conference is now closed, there’s still time to get on the waiting list here.

If you are already registered, please be sure to sign-in to the Conference’s Virtual Platform.