Elimination of blinding trachoma in Guinea Bissau: 2013-2015

The trachoma project under evaluation was a three-year phase of a long-term SAFE intervention in Guinea-Bissau.

Sightsavers’ work in Guinea-Bissau began in 2001 and the full SAFE strategy was introduced in 2009. This project under evaluation covered 2013-2015. The objective of the end-of-term evaluation for this three-year phase was to assess overall achievement of outputs against targets. It also aimed to identify lessons learned to inform the following project phase and to make recommendations to help eliminate trachoma. Date published: March 2016.

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