This country profile provides an overview of Côte d’Ivoire’s progress in reaching those in need of mass NTD treatment based on 2017 data.

*This includes all countries in Africa that are endemic for at least one of the five NTDs

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Treatment coverage

Elephantiasis
72%
Blinding trachoma
38%
Intestinal worms
92%
Bilharzia
94%
River blindness
100%
17.05 million people received treatment in Côte d'Ivoire in 2017 3.43 million people did not receive treatment in Côte d'Ivoire in 2017

Elephantiasis

Treatment coverage decreased from 73% in 2016 to 72% in 2017.

People needing treatment
20.48m
People receiving treatment
14.82m

Blinding trachoma

Treatment coverage increased from 32% in 2016 to 38% in 2017.

People needing treatment
2.61m
People receiving treatment
1m

Intestinal worms

Treatment coverage increased from 85% in 2016 to 92% in 2017.

Pre-sch and school-aged children needing treatment
2.29m
Pre-school and school-aged children receiving treatment
2.1m

Bilharzia

Treatment coverage increased from 84% in 2016 to 94% in 2017.

School-aged children needing treatment
2.5m
School-aged children receiving treatment
2.36m

River blindness

Treatment coverage increased from 95% in 2016 to 100% in 2017.

People needing treatment
3.1m
People receiving treatment
3.1m

The ESPEN portal (a World Health Organization AFRO region project) provides maps and district-level data for the preventive chemotherapy diseases in Côte d’Ivoire.