Trachoma Surveillance Reports

Reports from the National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit (NTSRU) on the screening and management of data.

Page last updated: April 2015

Since 2006, the Department has provided funding for a National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit (NTSRU), which provides annual reports on active trachoma in Australia. This page contains the links to the annual Trachoma Surveillance Reports prepared by the NTSRU.

The Reports contain data from regions identified as potentially ‘at risk’ of experiencing endemic trachoma.

Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2013 (online)
Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2013 (PDF 4950 KB)

Previous—Trachoma Surveillance Reports

Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2012 (online)
Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2012 (PDF 5585 KB)

Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2011 (online)
Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2011 (PDF 4846 KB)

Historical—Trachoma Surveillance Reports

Trachoma Surveillance Reports 2006—2010


Communicable Diseases Intelligence Articles

2011 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report
2010 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report
2009 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report
2008 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report
2007 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report
2006 CDI Article on Trachoma Surveillance Report

Other Trachoma publications:

The Guidelines available here provide information relevant to the needs of medical practitioners, primary health care professionals, and State/Territory and regional public health units. The Guidelines establish a minimum best-practice approach for the public health management of trachoma.

Guidelines for the public health management of trachoma in Australia

Review of Current Arrangements for the Collection, Recording, Transfer and Reporting of National Trachoma Data

For information or enquiries about Trachoma please email the IRHD enquiries mailbox.Top of page


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