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24 Oct 2016
A report on baseline surveys undertaken from 2012 to 2014.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
24 Oct 2016
This study investigates the prevalence of trachomatous inflammation–follicular (TF), and trachomatous trichiasis (TT) in Kaskazini A and Micheweni districts of Zanzibar. 
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence, Trichiasis
20 Oct 2016
Tanzania, a vast territory in Africa covering around 365 thousand square miles, is home to more than 52 million people.The majority of the population is rural, making access to health programmes and services difficult, and only 15 percent of people have access to a toilet. The country is dealing with 9 of the 18 neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) including trachoma - and they continue to be...
Elimination, SAFE strategy
11 Oct 2016
This assessment aimed to determine whether trachoma was a public health problem requiring intervention in Cambodia.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
11 Oct 2016
Research carried out to better understand the implementation experience and identify lessons which might inform the GTMP and similar initiatives.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
11 Oct 2016
This study examined the need for the establishment of a trachoma elimination program in Gombe State, Nigeria, by estimating the population-based prevalence of trachoma in each Local Government Area (LGA) of Gombe.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
21 Sep 2016
Research suggesting that antibodies deserve further investigation as a marker of interruption of chlamydia trachomatis transmission.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
21 Sep 2016
A study to determine the prevalence of infection and antibody positivity in two districts in Nepal. 
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence
13 Sep 2016
This course is given over a 4-5 week time period and you watch the instructor-led videos for each week’s topics, on your own schedule. The course development is supported by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Sightsavers and International Coalition for Trachoma Control. Registration is open to anyone.
Elimination, SAFE strategy
07 Sep 2016
An article on research which set out to determine the relationship between chlamydial infection and trachoma in the Solomon Islands.

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