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 Nathalie Strub Wourgaft  

Portrait de la Dr. Nathalie Strub Wourgaft, Directrice médicale de DNDi
[October 2013]
La RTS (Radio et Télévision Suisse Romande) consacre, dans sa série sur les métiers de la Genève internationale, un portrait à la Dr. Nathalie Strub Wourgaft, Directrice médicale de DNDi. Elle explique quelle est la mission de DNDi et en quoi consiste son travail au sein de l'organisation de recherche et développement (R&D) de médicaments contre les maladies négligées, en prenant les exemples de la maladie du sommeil et de la leishmaniose viscérale.
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 Little Pharma Film  

Little Pharma: The pharmacy for neglected patients
[August 2013]
This film explores the progress made recently by new initiatives, namely product development partnerships, in Research & Development for neglected diseases. The French film director Gérard Lafont has interviewed a variety of public and private actors in this field – researchers, doctors and health staff, health authorities’ representatives, policy makers, activists, and funders – and explains how they collaborate to develop new health tools for neglected patients.
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Al Jazeera's The Cure - On The Trail of Sleeping Sickness  

On the Trail of Sleeping Sickness
[September 2013]
Al Jazeera's The Cure travels into remote areas of the Democratifc Republic of the Congo, where populations are hit by sleeping sickness. At an MSF centre in Dipumba, the journalist explains the whole process of screening patients, diagnosing them, then treating them with currently available medics. It also profiles a potential new oral treatment developed by DNDi that could drastically simplify the uptake at the village level.
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2012 International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry: interviews of Dr Charlie Mowbray (DNDi), Dr David Waterson (MMV) and other experts
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"What is the role of PDPs in drug discovery for neglected diseases?"
"What are the main challenges drug discovery poses?"
"What are the main approaches to discover new drugs for malaria?"

 

World AIDS Day 2012
DNDi entered into the field of paediatric HIV to find adapted treatments to address the urgent needs of babies and children living with HIV. We are thankful to the mothers that agreed to testify in this short film that demonstrates the difficulties in administering current treatments.
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DNDI - Le Dessous des Cartes - Arte TV
DNDI - Le Dessous des Cartes - Arte TV
 

1 milliard de malades oubliés
Le Dessous des Cartes, ARTE

[November 2012] 11'45''
© 2012 Arte France / en collaboration avec le Lépac
website: http://ddc.arte.tv/
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alt   Paediatric Benznidazole documentary
[December 2011] 6'30''
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  Neglected Diseases: strategies for elimination
[March 4, 2011] 4'32", English

An interview with Bernard Pécoul by WebsEdge for Global Health TV
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DNDi's Project of the year 2010
DNDi's Project of the year 2010

  1$ For 1 Life (short version)
[November 2010] 26', English
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DNDi's Project of the year 2010
DNDi's Project of the year 2010
  DNDi's Partnership of the Year - 2010
[November 2010] 4', English
A successful partnership leads to a technological breakthrough
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DNDi's Project of the year 2010
DNDi's Project of the year 2010
  DNDi's Project of the Year - 2010
[November 2010] 4', English
A New Hope for Visceral Leishmaniasis and Kala Azar Patients
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Conference - Partnering for Success


  BIO Show 2010
[May 2010] 15', English - © Pharmexec
Partnering for Success on Neglected Diseases: How Far Have We Come?

Dr. Jean-Pierre Paccaud, Director Business Development, Drugs for Neglected Disease initiative [DNDi]
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  Leishmaniasis East Africa Platform (LEAP)
[June 2009] 5', English
LEAP conducts clinical trials to develop new and more adapted treatments to treat visceral leishmaniasis.
Partnership of the Year 2008
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  NECT - New hope for sleeping sickness
[June 2009] 6', English
Nifurtimox-Eflornithine Combination Therapy (NECT) is an improved treatment for sleeping sickness, which is now available and implemented in 6 African countries so far (May 2010).
Project of the Year 2008
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  NECT - Un nouvel espoir contre la maladie du sommeil
[June 2009] 5', Français
NECT est une combinaison thérapeutique de nirfutimox et d'éflornithine contre la maladie du sommeil. Elle est maintenant disponible et implementée dans 6 pays africains (en mai 2010).
Projet de l'Année 2008
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Disease of poverty - Chagas


  Vital Signs, CNN
[June 2009] 5', English - © CNN
"Disease of poverty - Chagas"
: visit in Bolivia on the trail of a little known killer disease. Chagas disease is exclusive to Latin America, and kills more people there than any other parasitic illness, including malaria. More on CNN website
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  News, TV5 Monde
[April 25, 2009] 7', Français - © TV5 Monde
On Malaria Day, a short presentation on the combination therapy launched by DNDi in Brazil to treat malaria (ASMQ), including an interview with Bernard Pecoul, Executive Director, DNDi, and Isabela Ribeiro, Project Manager, DNDi.
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  Temps présent, TSR Swiss Television
[December 2008] 7', Français - © TSR
“Le grand marché des cobayes humains”: a part of the program presents the clinical trials done in Bihar (India) by DNDi in partnership with Dr. Shyam Sundar, to treat visceral leishmaniasis with combination therapies.
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Sleeping Seekness
Sleeping Seekness
  MSF & DNDi in DRC to fight against Sleeping sickness
[October 2008] 6', English - © MSF
Presentation of the MSF "sleeping sickness" project in the DRC, in Doruma (opened in 2007), focusing on the challenges of access, logistics, high number of cases and insecurity. Another challenge, taken up in collaboration with DNDi, consists of pushing for more R&D to find other treatments, which would be simple to administer and less toxic for the patients.
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Sleeping Seekness
Sleeping Seekness
 

MSF & DNDi in DRC to fight against Sleeping sickness
[October 2008] 6', Français - © MSF
Présentation du projet « maladie du sommeil » de MSF, ouvert en 2007 en République démocratique du Congo, à Doruma, avec un accent sur les défis en termes d’accès, de logistique, du nombre élevé de cas et d’insécurité. Un autre défi, partagé avec DNDi, est de pousser la recherche à trouver d’autres traitements, plus simples d’administration et surtout moins toxiques.
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Sleeping Seekness
Sleeping Seekness
  Survival series, BBC - Sleeping sickness – The Deadliest Disease
[October 2008] 6', English - © Ruder Finn in partnership with Rockhopper.tv
Dr. Florent Mbo is part of the Sleeping Sickness National Control Programme in the DRC. Explore with him the remote areas of DRC with extremely limited medical resources along the Congo River that Dr. Mbo visits to try to tackle the often fatal disease. Dr. Mbo is also accompanying Dr. Els Torreele, Project Manager at DNDi, to explore treatment options for patients suffering from neglected diseases.
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A new hope for malaria patients
A new hope for malaria patients
  A new hope for malaria patients
[June 2008] 3'30'', English
Presentation of the 2 new easy-to-use antimalarial drugs made available by DNDi: ASAQ in 2007, registered in 25 countries in Africa, and ASMQ in 2008, available in South America (Brazil).
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