Authors conducted formative research in a trachoma hyper-endemic area of Ethiopia to explore the behaviours which are likely to contribute to trachoma transmission and map their determinants.
Facial cleanliness & environmental improvement
The main objective of the study was to provide evidence for a program to promote face washing in a cost-effective manner at scale in endemic areas for trachoma.
La présente boîte à outils pour la planification de la transition est l’un des trois documents de planification recommandés par la Coalition internationale pour la lutte contre le trachome aux directeurs de programme et aux partenaires de mise en œuvre, afin d’appuyer la transition qui permettra de passer des efforts d’élimination (interventions de santé publique) à la mise en place de services publics de routine.
Este kit de ferramentas para o planeamento da transição é um dos três documentos de planeamento recomendados pela Coalizão Internacional para o Controle do Tracoma, feito para gerentes de programas e parceiros de implementação para apoiar a transição dos esforços de eliminação (intervenções de saúde pública) para os serviços públicos de rotina
This toolkit for transition planning is one of three planning documents recommended by ICTC for program managers and implementing partners to support transition from elimination efforts to routine public services.
This article reviews grey literature relating to interventions to maximize facial cleanliness and achieve environmental improvement for trachoma elimination
This study characterizes associations between active trachoma, access to improved sanitation facilities, and access to improved water sources for the purpose of face washing, with the aim of estimating community-level or herd protection thresholds.
This briefing was originally found in Eliminating Trachoma: Accelerating Towards 2020.
Trachoma AFE intervention data as at 20 March 2017; S intervention data as at 1 March 2016
This report reflects a review and synthesis of the F and E intervention landscape, as indicated by grey literature produced by the trachoma community.