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24 Feb 2012
Presentation given by Amir Bedri Kello, MD, MSc, at the World Ophthalmology Congress in Abu Dhabi in February 2012.
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07 Dec 2011
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Presentation on The end in sight: 2020 INSight - the global roadmap to elimination. 
01 Dec 2011
Originally posted in Community Eye Health Journal Vol.24 No.76
26 Nov 2011
A video produced by The Fred Hollows Foundation on how how trachoma can and should be eliminated.
31 Oct 2011
Originally posted in Community Eye Health Journal Vol.24 No.75
01 Oct 2011
An overview of Sightsaver's trachoma fast track strategic plan. 
Elimination, SAFE strategy
12 Aug 2011
Ce plan stratégique mondial et les plans nationaux qui l’accompagnent peuvent contribuer à mobiliser les partenaires et les ressources pour intensifier nos actions tout au long de notre feuille de route commune et nous permettre d’atteindre l’objectif ambitieux mais réalisable énoncé par l’Assemblée mondiale de la Santé: l’élimination du trachome cécitant dans le monde à l’horizon 2020.
Elimination, SAFE strategy
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25 Jul 2011
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This global roadmap aims to accelerate global progress to trachoma elimination. It lays out the current context and what remains to be done, describes milestones needed to reach global elimination of blinding trachoma by the year 2020 and aims to convince donors and partners that a dollar spent on trachoma is a dollar well spent.
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13 Jul 2011
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A PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases article on why an updated mapping of trachoma prevalence is needed. 
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27 May 2011
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A blog by Simon Bush calling on G8 countries to direct an increased proportion of international development assistance for health towards NTD control, specifically ensuring funding is allocated to the areas of research, prevention and treatment