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Mycetoma had landed safely at the Neglected Tropical Diseases of the WHO, Geneva after a long and challenging journey.

The journal was planned, orchestrated and executed by devoted great and giants figures from The Sudan, The Netherland, United Kingdom, Mexico and Switzerland as well as prestigious organisations to mention but a few WHO-Sudan, DNDi,


Erasmus Medical Centre, University of Newcastle, Monterrey University, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Swiss Embassy -Sudan and last and not least The Mycetoma Research Centre, Khartoum and University of Khartoum.

This journey is an exemplary of hard and sustained work started in a small room at Hag EL Safi Health Centre, Khartoum North in the seventies of the last century and continued since then. It is an elegant example of sincere collaboration between numerous international bodies and institutes.

This joyful occasion is a stimulant to make a big comma and continue without a full stop to help and serve our needed patients, communities and countries.



Kindly visit:


Global conference calls for action to prevent suffering and disability from mycetoma

Results of the 2017 global WHO survey on mycetoma

The mycetoma webpage at the NTD/WHO at:

Mycetoma, Fact sheet

Fighting Neglected Tropical Diseases in Sudan

Unprecedented progress against neglected tropical diseases, WHO reports

WHA69.21 Agenda item 15.3 28 May 2016 Addressing the burden of mycetoma The Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly


WHO Executive Board recommends mycetoma resolution to World Health Assembly

Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly adopts resolution on mycetoma

Biennial meeting of the Global Buruli Ulcer Initiative

Resolutions EB138.R1 Addressing the burden of mycetoma

The Mycetoma resolution submission

Mycetoma, Report by the Secretariat

Informal consultation on mycetoma, WHO Headquarters, Geneva, 24 March 2017