• Community engagement in early disease detection was improved.
  • More patients with early disease were seen and treated.
  • The mycetoma patients’ care quality at the village level improved.
  • Better patient access to free treatment.
  • East Sennar medical and health staff were trained on mycetoma patients early care detection, referral and community advocacy.
  • A new digital data collection application (CAPI) was designed, tested, and useful.
  • The distribution of shoes to the poor school pupils at Wad El Nimer village to improve personal hygiene and reduces the risk of developing mycetoma
  • Establishment of 72 new modern animal cages at Wad El Nimer village
  • Appointment of local mycetoma Ambassadors for advocacy