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11 Oct 2016

This study examined the need for the establishment of a trachoma elimination program in Gombe State, Nigeria, by estimating the population-based prevalence of trachoma in each Local Government Area (LGA) of Gombe.

Surveillance
21 Sep 2016

Research suggesting that antibodies deserve further investigation as a marker of interruption of chlamydia trachomatis transmission.

Surveillance
21 Sep 2016

A study to determine the prevalence of infection and antibody positivity in two districts in Nepal.

 

Surveillance
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13 Sep 2016
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This course is given over a 4-5 week time period and you watch the instructor-led videos for each week’s topics, on your own schedule. The course development is supported by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Sightsavers and International Coalition for Trachoma Control. Registration is open to anyone

Antibiotics, Elimination, Mapping, MDA, SDGs, Surgery, Surveillance, Trichiasis, Validation
07 Sep 2016

An article on research which set out to determine the relationship between chlamydial infection and trachoma in the Solomon Islands.

Antibiotics
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06 Sep 2016
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In 2013, Ethiopia launched its ambitious One WASH national programme. It brings together ministries and development partners to provide universal access to water and sanitation by 2020.

Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Water, sanitation and hygiene
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31 Aug 2016
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The second annual meeting of the East Africa NTD/Trachoma Cross-Border Partnership was held August 30-31, 2016 at the Arusha Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania.

Cross border
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01 Aug 2016
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Australia remains the only high-income country where trachoma is endemic. There are, however, so few people that have the disease, tracing them is not easy. Read more here about how organisations in Australia are pulling out all the stops to reach the 2020 elimination target.

Elimination, Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, SAFE strategy, Scale up
22 Jul 2016

WHO Alliance for GET2020 is proud to release it's plan of action to eliminate the neglected tropical disease trachoma by 2020.

Elimination, Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Integration, NTDs, SAFE strategy, Scale up, Surgery, Trichiasis, Water, sanitation and hygiene
12 Jul 2016

This study aimed to determine whether conjunctival infection with Ct could be detected in one administrative division of Fiji.

Surveillance

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