Sightsavers Reports

Responsive neglected tropical disease programme delivery: listening and responding to the views and perceptions of beneficiaries

In neglected tropical disease (NTD) programmes, beneficiary feedback mechanisms can be utilised to enhance programme quality and strengthen health outcomes by promoting the participation and empowerment of local stakeholders.

This commentary reflects on the experiences of the Ascend programme in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria in adapting existing NTD tools to embed beneficiary feedback mechanisms into the NTD programme.

This article is part of a special supplement in International Health focusing on the Ascend neglected tropical disease programme in West and Central Africa. You can access the other articles in the supplement on the International Health website.

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