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Melbourne Laureate Professor Hugh R Taylor AC head of Indigenous Eye Health at the University of Melbourne recently delivered a lecture on “Chlamydia and Trachoma – Will they ever disappear?” at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
The objective of this study was to measure the effect of water, sanitation and hygiene interventions on active trachoma in selected woredas of North and South Wollo zones of Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
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Despite major national reforms aimed at bolstering Australia's water security over the last decade, the WASH situation in remote Indigenous communities has attracted little attention. This study sheds new light on this issue by assessing the status of WASH indicators (access, behaviours, health outcomes) and identifying obstacles that constrain progress.
World Health Organization strategic and technical advisory group for neglected tropical diseases: Working group on monitoring and evaluation meeting report
The aim of this analysis was to estimate the unit cost and to identify the key cost drivers of trachoma prevalence surveys conducted as part of GTMP.
This systematic review and meta-analysis analyzes published and unpublished population-based data for the causes of vision impairment and blindness from 1980 to 2014.
The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of and associated risk factors for active trachoma among children in selected woredas of North and South Wollo Zones in Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
This study aimed to estimate the prevalence of active trachoma and associated risk factors among preschool-aged children in Dembia District, northwest Ethiopia.