Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2012

List of Figures

Trachoma screening and management data for 2012 were provided to the National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit by the Northern Territory (NT), South Australia (SA), Western Australia (WA) and Queensland (Qld). Data were analysed by region in the NT, SA and WA, with five regions in the NT, four in SA and four in WA. Queensland screened six communities and its data was aggregated for analysis. Jurisdictional authorities had designated 204 remote Aboriginal communities as being at risk of endemic trachoma in 2012.

Page last updated: 23 December 2013

Figure 1.1Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5‑9 years, number of communities screened and number of at‑risk communities in Australia, 2012

Figure 1.2Number of communities screened by year and jurisdiction, Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.3Population screening coverage of children aged 5‑9 years by year and jurisdiction, Australia,2007 – 2012

Figure 1.4Proportion of screened children aged 5‑9 years who had a clean face by year and jurisdiction,Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.5Proportion of communities screened meeting clean face target in children aged 5‑9 years by year and jurisdiction, Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.6Trachoma prevalence among screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and jurisdiction,Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.7Proportion of screened communities in which no trachoma was reported among children aged 5‑9 years by year and jurisdiction, Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.8Proportion of screened communities with endemic trachoma among children aged 5‑9 years by year and jurisdiction, Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 1.9Proportion of screened at‑risk communities according to level of trachoma prevalence in 5‑9 year old children in 2012, by jurisdiction, Australia

Figure 1.10Trachoma prevalence among 5‑9 year old children in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by sex and jurisdiction, Australia

Figure 2.1Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5‑9 years, number of communities screened and number of at‑risk communities in the Northern Territory in 2012

Figure 2.2Number of communities screened by year and region in the Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure 2.3Population screening coverage of children aged 5‑9 years in regions containing at least one at‑risk community by year and region in the Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure 2.4Proportion of screened children aged 5‑9 years who had a clean face by year and region in the Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure 2.5Trachoma prevalence among screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and region in the Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure 2.6Trachoma prevalence among children 5‑9 years in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by Northern Territory region

Figure 2.7Trachoma prevalence among 5‑9 year old children in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by sex and Northern Territory region

Figure 3.1Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5‑9 years, number of communities screened and number of communities at‑risk in 2012 in South Australia

Figure 3.2Number of communities screened by year and region in South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 3.3Population screening coverage of children aged 5‑9 years over all regions containing at least one at‑risk community by year and region in South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 3.4Proportion of screened children aged 5‑9 years who had a clean face by year and region in South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 3.5Trachoma prevalence among screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and region in South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 3.6Trachoma prevalence among children aged 5‑9 years in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by region in South Australia

Figure 3.7Trachoma prevalence of 5‑9 year old children in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by sex and region in South Australia

Figure 4.1Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5‑9 years, number of communities screened and number of communities at‑risk in 2012 in Western Australia

Figure 4.2—Number of communities screened by year and region in Western Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 4.3—Population screening coverage of children aged 5‑9 years over all regions containing at least one at‑risk community by year and region in Western Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 4.4—Proportion of screened children aged 5‑9 years who had a clean face by year and region in Western Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 4.5—Trachoma prevalence among screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and region in Western Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure 4.6—Trachoma prevalence among children aged 5‑9 years in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by region in Western Australia

Figure 4.7—Trachoma prevalence of 5‑9 year old children in screened at‑risk communities in 2012 by sex and region in Western Australia

Figure 5.1—Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5‑9 years, number of communities screened and number of at-risk communities in Queensland in 2012

Figure A.1—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in North Alice Springs Remote region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.2—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in South Alice Springs Remote region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.3—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Barkly region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.4—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Darwin Rural region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.5—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in East Arnhem region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.6—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Katherine region, Northern Territory, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.7—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands region, South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.8—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Eyre and Western region, South Australia, 2007 – 2012

Figure A.9—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Goldfields region, Western Australia, 2012

Figure A.10—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in West Kimberly region, Western Australia, 2012

Figure A.11—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in East Kimberly region, Western Australia, 2012

Figure A.12—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Midwest region, Western Australia, 2012

Figure A.13—Trachoma prevalence of screened children aged 5‑9 years by year and de‑identified community in Pilbara region, Western Australia, 2007 – 2012