Communications Director Richard Hatzfeld is quoted in tinyGive's social matching announcement regarding #GivingTuesday on December 3rd -- a universal day of giving back.
The latest news from the Global Network.
Blogger Third Eye Mom writes about END7's recent video from Kenya:
"END7 recently released a beautiful, touching video titled “Three Generations, One Hope for Health“. Shot in Coast Province, Kenya by Mo Scarpelli, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker and multimedia journalist, the video features the story of Fatuma, an eight year-old girl who emanates hope and perseverance despite the fact her little sister and grandma both suffer from NTDs."
Jennifer James of Social Good Moms writes about END7's latest video from Kenya.
"End 7 is committed to seeing an end to neglected tropical diseases by 2020, but they need the help of the global public. A mere $.50 can protect one person for a full year from the seven most common NTDs. End7 has put together this telling video that shows the real face of neglected tropical disease. A young girl hasn’t grown properly and is perpetually legargic because of intestinal worms and her grandmother can no longer work because of elephantiasis.
Dr. Peter Hotez is quoted in a New York Times commentary focusing on mass drug administration for lymphatic filariasis.
DW Interviews Dr. Neeraj Mistry about neglected tropical diseases and how we we can eliminate them.