A training system for trachoma prevalence surveys developed by Tropical Data, a WHO-led initiative to help national NTD programs collect and do more with their data.
Technical manual (not ICTC)
This two page guide on epilation counselling for TT when a patient has refused surgery has been developed by Helen Keller International as part of its Morbidity Management and Disability Prevention (MMDP) Project.
Pour toute trichiasis trachomateux ( TT ) patient qui refuse la chirurgie , l'épilation devrait être offerte , mais le conseil doit clairement discuter du risque pour les patients qui ont des cils touchant le centre de l'oeil si elles ne choisissent pas la chirurgie TT .
( PPCI ) le Projet de gestion Morbidité et prévention de l'invalidité de Helen Keller International a mis en place un guide de deux pages pour le conseil d'épilation pour TT quand un patient a refusé la chirurgie .
Last updated 23 August 2016
This handbook aims to provide a user-friendly, step-by-step approach for the management of adverse events following MDA and the reporting of SAEs by managers of preventive chemotherapy programs.
The IAPB Essential Equipment list for screening and surgery for Trachomatous Trichiasis (TT) suggests a minimum set of items to perform high quality TT surgery under conditions prevalent in most endemic areas. It reflects the procedures and requirements outlined in the WHO’s Trichiasis Surgery for Trachoma (second edition, 2013) and is aligned with the conclusions and recommendations from the ICTC’s preferred practices Global Scientific Meeting in Trachomatous Trichiasis (2012).
This manual is designed to provide specific information for trachomatous trichiasis (TT) trainers who are training others to undertake surgery for entropion trachomatous trichiasis (TT).
This manual aims to equip WASH-implementing organizations with the knowledge they need to target their interventions to NTD-vulnerable communities; to engage in and promote collaborative monitoring for NTD-specific health outcomes and support them to communicate the impact of WASH on the NTDs for advocacy and policy change.
WHO Trachoma grading card based on the recognition of five signs. Control programmes can use the grading system to diagnose trachoma, assess the magnitude and severity of the problem in a community and monitor the results of medical treatment and control strategies
A toolbox of interventions for promoting the facial cleanliness and environmental improvement components of the SAFE strategy.
This guide describes a step-by-step methodology to develop a primary school curriculum to teach children about trachoma and what they can do to prevent the disease.