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16 Jan 2016
The aim of this study was to investigate prevalence and potential risk factors of active trachoma in Gondar Zuria District
15 Jan 2016
A study exploring whether school-based “disease mapping” methodology used to assess urinary schistosomiasis (SCH) is useful for determining trachoma interventions and whether the district-based approach recommended for trachoma is useful for SCH control programs.
Integration, Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
15 Jan 2016
A critical overview after four years of a programme that started in Burundi in June 2007. Strategies, achievements, challenges, lessons learned, and future steps for the country, especially in relation to schistosomiasis and STHs, are discussed.
Elimination, Integration
15 Jan 2016
Peter Hotez reflects on Integrated Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Control in a blog on the Public Library of Science (PLOS) website. 
Integration
15 Jan 2016
Results from research looking at whether antibodies to chlamydia trachomatis can be used as a surveillance tool for national trachoma control programs.
08 Jan 2016
Community Eye Health Journal Vol.28 No. 91
Elimination
02 Jan 2016
ICTC's 2015-2020 strategy spans the critical period running up to 2020, the year by which we are striving to see the elimination of trachoma. 
Elimination, SAFE strategy
17 Nov 2015
Reports from Australia's National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit (NTSRU) on the screening and management of data.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
16 Nov 2015
Report from the meeting on post-endemic surveillance for blinding trachoma, which took place in Geneva in 2008.
16 Nov 2015
Meeting report from a consultation in September 2014 that aimed to revise, where indicated, the WHO guidance on the nature and frequency of surveillance data that programs should collect and compile in order to successfully declare elimination of blinding trachoma as a public health problem.

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