An evaluation of a three-year phase (2013-2015) of a long-term SAFE intervention to eliminate trachoma in Guinea-Bissau.
What do Evodia, Abena and Mariama all have in common? They’re three of the millions of women in the fight against infectious diseases of poverty.
The aim of the three-year GTMP was to map the prevalence of trachoma using smartphones, across all endemic areas worldwide.
William C Campbell and Satoshi Omura discovered a group of compounds known as avermectins, used to treat and prevent river blindness.
These documents outline our current work and look at the potential for eliminating the transmission of the diseases.
The Marsabit Trachoma Control Project evaluation findings are a true reflection of what the project achieved during the CR funded period.
Since April 2011, we have been running a trachoma control project with Comic Relief funding in Marsabit, focusing on the scale-up of the SAFE strategy.