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The findings from this survey indicate elimination thresholds have been maintained in Ghana in 17 of the 18 surveyed evaluation units. Only one evaluation unit, Yendi, did not achieve the TT elimination threshold.
This research aims to: (1) assess WASH practices among populations living in slums. (2) find out an association between WASH and neglected tropical diseases
This literature review identifies factors that affect NTD volunteer performance and motivation, which may be used to influence and improve future programming.
31 August–1 September 2016, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
This study assesses the reliability of measuring a clean face and suggests assessment of clean faces could be added to trachoma surveys.
This article looks at reaching communities living in conflict areas to ensure no one is left behind.
Data from this study suggests that antibody responses could be useful indicators for post-validation surveillance.
Drawing on a synthesis of relevant literature, the tacit knowledge and experience of the authors, and discussions at a meeting on women, girls and NTDs, this analysis paper distills five key lessons from over 20 years of gender mainstreaming in health.
Originally posted in Community Eye Health Journal Vol.30 No.99.
Melbourne Laureate Professor Hugh R Taylor AC head of Indigenous Eye Health at the University of Melbourne recently delivered a lecture on “Chlamydia and Trachoma – Will they ever disappear?” at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.