The END Fund

Name of the program: 
The END Fund
Sector in which the organization works: 
NGO
Short description of the organization and its work to control and eliminate NTDs: 

The END Fund is a private philanthropic initiative to combat the five most common neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) that, together, cause up to 90% of the NTD disease burden in Sub-Saharan Africa. Supported by a group of global philanthropists, the END Fund provides financing for nationwide disease control initiatives, creating new programs, supplementing existing ones, and using leveraged funds to extend and deepen the impact.

In collaboration with government partners and non-governmental organizations on the ground, the END Fund treats NTDs by following a proven implementation model that is tailored to meet the needs of individual countries. Successful implementation involves understanding the scale of the problem and designing a robust MDA campaign targeted to reach and treat the right people. It is a process that catalyzes resources, builds capacity among health professionals, and mobilizes communities to distribute medicines for maximum impact at minimal cost.

To date, the END Fund has supported initiatives to tackle neglected tropical diseases in 16 countries and has delivered over 40 million treatments.

  • Zimbabwe
  • Zambia
  • Yemen
  • Rwanda
  • Nigeria
  • Niger
  • Namibia
  • Mali
  • Liberia
  • Kenya
  • India
  • Ethiopia
  • Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Central African Republic
  • Burundi
  • Angola