ANESVAD, a Spanish NGO is providing support to Ghana Health Service in a 2 year project to integrate care for Buruli ulcer, Yaws and Leprosy patients. The project was launched in Accra by the Director General of Ghana Health Service Dr Nsiah Asare in February 2018. As part of this, KCCR, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR) and the University of Ghana(UG) is offering laboratory support for 15 selected districts in Ghana. The ANESVAD team Mr Alfonso Noboa, Mr Pedro Landin and Ms Ellsie Ansareo visited KCCR on 25th January 2018 for discussions. The three laboratories will provide laboratory diagnostic confirmation of Buruli ulcer, Yaws and Leprosy suspected cases aimed at fighting these Neglected Tropical Disease. KCCR will serve 7 districts, Ashanti Akim North, Sekyere Afram Plains, Nkoranza South, Upper Denkyira West, Upper Denkyira East, Mpohor and Wa Municipal in the middle & Northern Ghana whilst Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research(NMIMR) and the University of Ghana will cover 8 mainly southern areas (Asikuma Odoben Brakwa, Akuapem South, Akwapem North, Ayensuano, Upper West Akim, Biakoye, Jasikan and Wassa Amenfi East). Capacity will also be built at the district level by training laboratory technicians and health workers on the proper methods of specimen collection, storage and transport to the reference laboratories. The laboratories have been provided 4×4 Toyota Hilux vehicles to facilitate travel to districts. ANESVAD launched a special report on the new project at ¬†https://branded.eldiario.es/enfermedades-etd-mujer-ghana-anesvad/