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How millennials can help to end neglected tropical diseases

A young girl stands in the doorway of her adobe hut in the village of San Cristobal, Guatemala April 22, 2008. The home is infested with the Tritomo Dimidiata or 'Chiche Picuda', a cockroach-sized insect that usually sucks blood from around the victim's mouth and carries the Chagas Disease.

1.6 billion people around the world are suffering from neglected tropical diseases. Image: REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Gerald Chirinda
Executive Director, Tapiwa Capital
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