Our work is guided by the London Declaration on NTDs, which was signed by governments, pharmaceutical companies, donors, and non-government organisations in 2012.
But since then there have been other landmark agreements between countries and organisations, such as the Addis Ababa Commitment, which will have a lasting effect in the fight to beat NTDs. Read more about them on this page.
On 30 January 2012, pharmaceutical companies, donors, endemic countries and non-government organisations came together to sign the London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases.
This document focuses on identifying solutions and next steps that need to be taken to achieve the 2020 goals following the signing of the London Declaration in January 2012
Landmark agreement for NTD endemic countries in Africa.
A declaration for the control and elimination of NTDs in Ethiopia signed by participants of the Ethiopian National NTD Symposium in June 2013.
The Geneva Commitment was signed by attendees of NTD Summit 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland to reaffirm the commitments set out in the London Declaration.
Today, 57 countries committed to eliminating neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) through the adoption of a resolution at the XVIIIe Summit of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF, or International Organization of the Francophonie).