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17 Oct 2014
ICTC’s principles for the implementation of water, sanitation and hygiene activities for trachoma elimination.
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Water, sanitation and hygiene
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25 Sep 2014
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Speech given by Dr Wondu Alemayehu on receiving the ICTC MacCallan Medal the annual meeting of the NTD NGDO Network (NNN) in Paris in September 2014.
Elimination
08 Sep 2014
Originally posted in Community Eye Health Journal 
SAFE strategy
05 Aug 2014
A guide to developing a formative research assessment to provide an in-depth portrait of the factors and practices that promote transmission.  
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement, Mapping, surveillance and prevalence, Water, sanitation and hygiene
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01 Aug 2014
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A manual to provide standardized training for staff to complete baseline mapping of trachoma. Please note: this resource is now out of date. Please visit the Tropical Data website for the most up to date version.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
26 Jul 2014
A project mapping the global prevalence of trachoma using mobile technology has marked two years since the launch and confirmed that 94% of its planned districts have been surveyed ahead of schedule and under budget.
26 Jul 2014
An article by Paul Emerson, Director at the International Trachoma Initiative and ICTC Vice Chair on the the SAFE strategy and scale up of trachoma elimination programs.
Elimination, SAFE strategy
21 Jul 2014
Originally posted in Community Eye Health Journal Vol.27 No.86
SAFE strategy
16 Jul 2014
A blog by Anna Massey, Head of Strategic Government Partnerships at Sightsavers, on scale up in trachoma elimination programs.
SAFE strategy
30 Jun 2014
Meeting report from UKCNTD's 2014 World Health Assembly side event on how integrated and cross-sectoral approaches can play a key role in the control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases.
Elimination, Integration

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