We support the work of governments in 15 sub-Saharan African countries.
In the table below is a summary of the progress made in treating school-age children (SAC)* since our foundation in 2010. You can also click through the map to see more information about the work we’ve supported in each of the countries.
|Country||Programme Start Date||Programme Coverage Status||Treatments Delivered to Date^|
|Burundi||2007||Targeting all at-risk SAC||3,319,814|
|Côte d’Ivoire||2012||Targeting all at-risk SAC||12,779,182|
|DRC||2014||Scaling up to reach all at-risk SAC||18,001,934|
|Ethiopia||2013||Scaling up to reach all at-risk SAC||23,874,739|
|Liberia||2011||Targeting all at-risk SAC||2,258,574|
|Madagascar||2014||Scaling up to reach all at-risk SAC||7,325,126|
|Malawi||2011||Targeting all at-risk SAC||27,557,025|
|Mauritania||2013||Targeting all at-risk SAC||295,929|
|Niger||2003||Targeting all at-risk SAC||10,909,121|
|Sudan||2014||Targeting all at-risk SAC||12,580,852|
|Tanzania||2004||Targeting all at-risk SAC||12,711,182|
|Uganda||2002||Targeting all at-risk SAC||4,630,950|
|Zambia||2003||Scaling up to reach all at-risk SAC||2,035,565|
|Zanzibar||2003||Targeting all at-risk SAC||11,289,380|
* We support programmes in-line with countries' strategic plan. As such, individuals other than school-age children may be treated.^ For every treatment provided against schistosomiasis, treatments are also offered against intestinal worm infections where both diseases are present. Treatment numbers are for schistosomiasis only and dating from 2010 when the current reporting system was established. Numbers correct as of January 2019. Some countries are expected to receive further treatments which are to be confirmed.