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Before the federal Government closed for the 2016 Christmas break, Australia's Minister for Health Sussan Ley announced much needed funding for Indigenous Australians- an additional $20.8 million for trachoma activities.
A case-control study to identify barriers that prevent TT patients from receiving sight-saving surgery.
A case-control study, looking at barriers that prevent TT patients from receiving sight-saving surgery.
An editorial by Dirk Engels, WHO Director of NTDs, introducing the Ophthalmic Epidemiology supplement on trachoma.
Nigerian multi-millionaire Theophilus Danjuma writes on CNBC Africa on why he is working hard to support efforts to eradicate neglected tropical diseases in Africa.
David J. Olson writes on www.globalhealthtv.com about the progress on trachoma elimination.
A story of how a 76 year old woman, Tessougue Yietere, frm Mali overcame her fear of trichiasis surgery to help save her sight.
A cluster-randomized trial which found that biannual treatment of children was comparable to (specifically, non-inferior to) annual treatment of the entire community, which may offer lower antibiotic use and other logistical advantages.
Aimed to estimate the prevalence of trachoma in each of the districts in the Tigray region in Ethiopia.
These surveys aimed to produce detailed district and sub-regional level estimates inform interventions.