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World Health Organization (WHO)
Proposed in 2019, the WHO roadmap aims at empowering communities via outreach, devising affordable snakebite therapy, building healthcare capacity, and coalescing resources to mitigate the current snakebite crisis.

Read the Executive Summary
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Williams DJ, Faiz MA, Abela-Ridder B, Ainsworth S, Bulfone TC, Nickerson AD, et al. (2019)
This publication provides a comprehensive account on the WHO roadmap and the undertakings outlined to combat snakebite envenoming, a high priority neglected tropical disease.
Strategy for globally coordinated respon
Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (RSTMH)
To mark International Snakebite Awareness Day on Thursday 19 September 2019, RSTMH published this report on community groups from around the world who are currently leading the fight against snakebites locally, as well as hosting a day of events at the European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International, which was hosted in Liverpool.
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This Wellcome commissioned landscape analysis of funding for snakebite envenoming (SBE) provides policy-makers, donors, researchers, and industry with a comprehensive analysis of global investment into research and development (R&D) for SBE.

GLOBAL FUNDING FOR SNAKEBITE ENVENOMING
Policy Cures Research
World Health Organization (WHO)

WHO provides detailed guidelines for appropriate collection of venoms, production of antivenoms, clinical and pre-clinical assessment of the final antivenom product which will be effective in the treatment of snakebite victims.

Guidelines for the production, control a
Regional Office for South-East Asia, World Health Organization (WHO)
This document briefly summarises the WHO guidelines for management of snakebites, with special attention to South-East Asia. Epidemiology of snakebites, clinical aspects of various species, first-aid strategies and  clinical practice guidelines for administering antivenom are also outlined.
Guidelines for the management of snakebi
Regional Office for Africa,
World Health Organization (WHO) 

WHO provides detailed guidelines for appropriate collection of venoms, production of antivenoms, clinical and pre-clinical assessment of the final antivenom product which will be effective in the treatment of snakebite victims.

Guidelines for the prevention and clinic
Wellcome

Wellcome outlines how they are contributing to the development of next-generation snakebite therapies via four key areas; scientific expertise, policy environment, influence and cross-disciplinary advocacy, and leadership. Further, they detail how they have funded snakebite research through £15 million in funding.

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