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    The WSP Communications Information Package is now available

    The WSP Communications Information Package is available for download on the WSP website. The WSP Info package is designed to be easily shared.

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    Introducing the World Scabies Program Fiji Team

    The World Scabies Program Fiji is excited to introduce the new WSP Fiji team. The WSP Fiji team will be working with all Divisional and Sub-Divisional Health Offices to implement the scabies MDA throughout the country.  

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    The World Scabies Program celebrates the second annual World NTD Day today

    WSP has joined over 300 organizations and partners around the world to celebrate the second World NTD Day 2021 on 30 January. 

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    Scabies control targets launched this week in the WHO NTD Roadmap 2021 - 2030

    The World Scabies Program is excited the World Health Organization (WHO) Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Roadmap 2030 launched this week, includes targets for scabies control to end the neglect of scabies and beat NTDS.

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    WSP Director wins Jian Zhou Medal

    WSP Director, Professor Andrew Steer is one of the first recipients of the Jian Zhou Medal from the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences for his contribution to reducing the burden of scabies.  

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    Meet the World Scabies Program Director Professor Andrew Steer

    Watch WSP Program Director, Professor Andrew Steer, explain the World Scabies Program  - what is scabies, who scabies effects, and how the program will work to eliminate scabies as a public health problem in Fiji and Solomon Islands.

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    WHO informal consultation on a framework for scabies control, meeting report

    WSP partners made significant contributions to this recent document published by WHO outlining a framework for scabies control that includes community wide treatment.

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