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Steve Maud

Covid-19 might have hit us all pretty hard, but there are still many opportunities to keep growing and learning.

We love to share our expertise with other people, and Steve had the chance to do just that when he chatted with ISNTD during their online lecture series. Steve talks his journey as a storyteller, the importance of telling the stories of people affected by NTDs, and gives a roadmap of how the tell the most powerful story possible.

Connecting with people in on online forum is doubly important these days, as is the need for compassionate and respectful storytelling. For more details about the talks and lectures, check out the ISNTD Connect website.

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