To inform parliamentarians of the devastation that malaria and the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) cause. Malaria and many of the NTDs are tractable disease. Suffering from malaria is avoidable. Malaria and many of the NTDs are treatable.
1. DFID results: Other headline results sector pages 2018 to 2019
11/07/2019 - Department for International Development
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eglected Tropical Diseases
Found: Table_15 Malaria: Spend Table_16 Neglected Tropical Diseases: Spend Table_17 Neglected Tropical Diseases
UK government spend on
Neglected Tropical Disease
4. Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases
30/07/2015 - APPGs
Found: devastation that malaria and the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) cause. Malaria and many of the NTDs
£3 billion pledge to help end Malaria deaths - GOV.UK
1. Tackling Infectious Diseases
20/04/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: research and development on tackling infectious diseases.I am grateful for this comprehensive debate - Speech Link
2. Neglected Tropical Diseases
03/04/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: assessment of progress made in combating neglected tropical diseases since the London Declaration made in - Speech Link
2: viral and parasitic diseases brigaded in the WHO’s category of neglected tropical diseases affecting more - Speech Link
3. Neglected Tropical Diseases
11/07/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: have made of progress made in combating neglected tropical diseases following publication of the Fifth Progress - Speech Link
2: The neglected tropical diseases are a group of 20 bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic diseases—to which - Speech Link
4. Official Development Assistance
24/06/2021 - Grand Committee
1: declare my interests regarding malaria and neglected tropical diseases, as set out in the register. The - Speech Link
2: millions of people at risk of dying from neglected tropical diseases—to which the noble Baroness, Lady Hayman - Speech Link
3: eradication, a 90% cut to addressing neglected tropical diseases, an 80% funding cut to UNAIDS and a reduction - Speech Link
5. Disability-inclusive Development
31/10/2019 - Westminster Hall
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