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02 Jun 2020
Recent evidence suggests that eye-seeking flies are important trachoma vectors. This study investigates which species of synanthropic flies are potential vector(s) for trachoma in The Gambia. 
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, SAFE strategy
01 Jun 2020
This study compared multiple treatment arms from a community-randomized trial to evaluate whether increasing frequency of azithromycin distribution decreases prevalence in the short term.
30 May 2020
This article assesses the achievements of the VISION2020 initiative, including programs to eliminate trachoma as a public health problem. 
Elimination, SAFE strategy
19 May 2020
Community Eye Health Journal Vol. 33 No. 108 2020 pp 89. 
Disability, Elimination
19 May 2020
The objectives of the study were to estimate the prevalence of different clinical signs of trachoma and identify possible factors associated with TF. 
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
18 May 2020
This study characterizes the epidemiology of Chlamydia trachomatis infection and load among pre-school aged children living under the SAFE strategy.
SAFE strategy
24 Apr 2020
This study developed and tested a novel metric that generates quantitative measures of facial and hand cleanliness, proxy indicators of personal hygiene practices.
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Water, sanitation and hygiene
24 Apr 2020
This study assesses a systematic TT case-finding approach to identify patients in Sudan. 
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence, Trichiasis
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23 Apr 2020
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This Technical Brief supplements existing IPC documents by referring to and summarizing WHO guidance on water, sanitation and health care waste which is relevant for viruses (including coronaviruses). 
Water, sanitation and hygiene
15 Apr 2020
This study assesses the prevalence and associated factors of active trachoma among children aged 1–9 years in Deguatemben, Tigray, Ethiopia.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence