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Wellcome is the first partner to have agreed to support our Small Grants Programme over a period of several years.
RSTMH is delighted to announce increases in the impact factors for both our journals.
Today, following a 70-year effort, China has been awarded a malaria-free certification from WHO.
RSTMH is hugely concerned about the current devastating wave of COVID-19 that is sweeping across the African continent.
The International Health editorial team would like to highlight some areas of particular interest
Submit your images to the "Global Challenges in Health: Your stories from around the world" – a photo contest from RSTMH and ECTMIH 2021.
RSTMH is deeply concerned to learn of the UK government’s decision to significantly cut Official Development Assistance.
To mark World Health Day 2021, RSTMH is reaffirming its commitment to global vaccine equity.
RSTMH is proud to have signed up to the WHO Vaccine Equity Declaration in support of COVAX to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and diagnostics globally.
We're thrilled to announce Professor Rosanna Peeling as our latest RSTMH Honorary Fellow.
This year’s prize focused on the current coronavirus pandemic, with the theme being “COVID-19 in an inequitable world”.
On 19 September, we mark the fourth International Snakebite Awareness Day. It is an occasion to remember that 7,400 people every day are bitten by snakes, and 220–380 men, women and children die as a result.
From March 2020 to April 2021, along with other hospitals in the region, we were forced to suspend all services except emergencies. This meant we could not admit any new noma patients and we had to send all patients in a stable condition home.
We were really delighted – this week – to host the second webinar in partnership with the NTD Modelling Consortium, part of the Big Data institute at the University of Oxford.