The Partnership for Child Development

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Short description of the organization and its work to control and eliminate NTDs

The Partnership for Child Development (PCD), formed in 1992, is an organisation committed to improving the education, health and nutrition of school-age children in low and middle income countries. Working with governments, communities and agencies, through the provision of technical assistance, as well as strengthening the evidence base, PCD helps to deliver effective and sustainable demand driven school health and nutrition programmes which benefit millions of children around the world.

PCD works as a global consortium of partners in the field, civil society organizations, academic institutions and technical experts with a streamlined Coordinating Centre based at Imperial College London.

For more information on PCD's work over the past 2 decades please review the 20th Anniversary Report: http://www.schoolsandhealth.org/Documents/PCD%2020th%20Anniversary%20Document.pdf

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The Partnership for Child Development