The Evaluative Learning Exercise was commissioned to generate strategic learning from The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma Initiative and the DFID SAFE Program to contribute to available evidence about trachoma elimination, NTD strategy and programming, and the broader health sector.
This form should be used to document evidence needed to include in trachoma elimination dossiers. It should be considered and conducted while programs transition into routine services.
Program decision-making for trachoma elimination currently relies on conjunctival clinical signs. Antibody tests may provide additional information on the epidemiology of trachoma, particularly in regions where it is disappearing or elimination targets have been met.
This article looks at how economic developing is helping Ghana to accelerate towards its NTD targets through health system strengthening and mobile health activities.
This study explores the relationship between TF and PCR throughout an elimination program and a sero-catalytic model to evaluate the utility of two cross-sectional sero-surveys for estimating sero-conversion rates.
Updated GET2020 trachoma data for Commonwealth countries as at 17 April 2018.
This article examines the public–private consortium developed to tackle trachoma and attempts to highlight key success factors in the development and operation of that consortium.
The trachoma community undertook a systematic, three-pronged strategy to map trachoma district by district, develop national-level trachoma elimination plans, and create a framework for governments, donors and partners to convene and coordinate in support of trachoma elimination.
This article was originally published in the Community Eye Health Journal Vol. 30 No. 100