We’ve achieved a lot since our foundation in 2002
We’ve helped establish programmes against parasitic worm infections in countries where none previously existed and now support the delivery of millions of treatments each year. But with over 1 billion people still infected, there is still a lot left to do to eliminate these diseases for good.
Below you will see how we support governments with their programmes, with our Strategic Plan for 2018-2025.
VISION AND MISSION
Our vision is a world free of parasitic worm infections.
Our mission is to support the development of effective and sustainable systems that will eliminate parasitic worm infections.
Those affected by parasitic worm infections receive treatment and care.
Communities change their behaviours to reduce the risk of infection.
Everyone has access to all services that can reduce the risk of - and alleviate the problems associated with - infection.
We are collaborative, promoting inclusion and synergy.
We act as catalysts in the creation of successful cross-sectoral partnerships that generate the greatest impact on disease transmission.
2. Operational Excellence and Innovation
We are agile, adapting to changing local and global environments.
We aim to constantly improve and innovate, to ensure that we optimise our efforts and use resources most cost-effectively.
We ensure that our work is sustainable and supports broader development.
We support governments to strengthen systems and processes, so that they are dynamic, responsive and deliver results.
We generate evidence to inform decisions and guide our work.
We improve processes and develop preferred practices for global health policy. We share knowledge to ensure that everyone can benefit from improved health.
We believe in people and in unlocking their full potential.
We are committed to developing everyone involved in our work, as people are our greatest asset.
We believe that no-one should be left behind.
Every individual we interact with is valued and respected.
We believe in proactive transparency.
Supporters and beneficiaries have the right to know exactly what we do and how we do it.