Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2016



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Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2016

The Kirby Institute, UNSW Australia
2017

Prepared by the National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit

The Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney

On behalf of Australian organisations involved in trachoma control activities, under a funding agreement with the Australian Government.


Table of Contents


List of Tables 3

List of Figures 4

Acknowledgments 6

The National Trachoma Surveillance and Control Reference Group 6

National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit 6

Jurisdictional contributors to trachoma data collection 6

Technical terms and definitions 8

Abbreviations 9

Executive summary 10

Trachoma program coverage 10

Screening coverage 10

Clean face prevalence 10

Trachoma prevalence 11

Antibiotic distribution and coverage 11

Trichiasis 11

Health promotion activities 11

Background 12

Trachoma control in Australia 12

The National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit 13

Methodology 13

Northern Territory 14

South Australia 14

Western Australia 15

New South Wales 15

Queensland 15

Data analysis 16

Calculations for trachoma prevalence 16

National results 2016 17

Figures and Tables 17

Figure 1.1 Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities by region, Australia 2016* 17

Figure 1.2 Number of communities designated to be at risk by jurisdiction, Australia 2007 – 2016 18

Figure 1.3 Number of at-risk communities according to trachoma control strategy implemented by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 19

Figure 1.4 Population screening coverage in children aged 5-9 years in communities that were screened for trachoma by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 20

Figure 1.5 Proportion of screened children aged 5-9 years who had a clean face by jurisdiction, Australia 2007-2016. 20

Figure 1.6 a Observed prevalence of active trachoma among screened children aged 5-9 years by jurisdiction, Australia 2007-2016 21

Figure 1.6 b Estimated prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years by jurisdiction, Australia* 2007-2016. 21

Figure 1.6 c Overall prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years by jurisdiction, Australia* 2007-2016. 22

Figure 1.7 Number of at-risk communities* according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 22

Figure 1.8 Proportion of communities with zero prevalence of trachoma by jurisdiction, Australia 2007-2016 23

Figure 1.9 Proportion of communities with endemic (>5%) levels of trachoma by jurisdiction, Australia 2007-2016 23

Figure 1.10 Number of doses of azithromycin administered for the treatment of trachoma by jurisdiction, Australia 2007-2016 24

Table 1.1 Trachoma control delivery in at-risk* communities by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 25

Table 1.2 Trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence in children aged 5-9 years by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 26

Table 1.3 Number and proportion * of at-risk communities according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years, Australia 2007-2016 27

Table 1.4 Treatment strategies by jurisdiction, Australia 2016 28

Table 1.5 Trachoma treatment coverage, Australia 2016 29

Table 1.6 Trichiasis screening coverage, prevalence and treatment among Indigenous adults, Australia 2016 31

Northern Territory results 33

Trachoma program coverage 33

Screening coverage 33

Clean face prevalence 33

Trachoma prevalence 33

Treatment delivery and coverage 34

Trichiasis 34

Health promotion 34

Figures and Tables 35

Figure 2.1 Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities by region, Northern Territory, 2016 35

Figure 2.2 Number of communities at risk by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016 36

Figure 2.3 Number of at-risk communities according to trachoma control strategy implemented by region, Northern Territory 2016 36

Figure 2.4 Population screening coverage of children aged 5-9 years in communities that required screening for trachoma by region, Northern Territory 2016 37

Figure 2.5 Proportion of screened children aged 5-9 years who had a clean face by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016 37

Figure 2.6 a Observed prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in communities that were screened by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016 38

Figure 2.6 b Active trachoma prevalence among children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities* by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016 38

Figure 2.6 c Overall prevalence of active trachoma* among children aged 5-9 years by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016. 39

Figure 2.7 Number of at-risk communities* according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years by region, Northern Territory 2016 39

Figure 2.8 Number of doses of azithromycin administered for the treatment of trachoma by region, Northern Territory 2007-2016 40

Table 2.1 Trachoma control delivery in at-risk* communities by region, Northern Territory 2016 41

Table 2.2 Trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence by region, Northern Territory 2016 42

Table 2.3 Number and proportion of at-risk communities according to level of trachoma prevalence* in children aged 5-9 years, Northern Territory 2007-2016 45

Table 2.4 Treatment strategies by region, Northern Territory 2016 46

Table 2.5 Trachoma treatment coverage by region,* Northern Territory 2016 47

Table 2.6 Trichiasis screening coverage, prevalence and treatment among Indigenous adults by region, Northern Territory 2016 49

Table 2.7 Health promotion activities by region, Northern Territory 2016 50

Northern Territory Trachoma Health Promotion 51

South Australia results 52

Trachoma program coverage 52

Screening coverage 52

Clean face prevalence 52

Trachoma prevalence 52

Treatment delivery and coverage 52

Trichiasis 52

Health promotion 52

Figures and Tables 54

Figure 3.1 Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities by region, South Australia, 2016 54

Figure 3.2 Number of communities at risk by region, South Australia 2007-2016 55

Figure 3.3 Number of at-risk communities according to trachoma control strategy implemented by region, South Australia 2016 55

Figure 3.4 Population screening coverage of children aged 5-9 years in at-risk communities that required screening for trachoma by region, South Australia 2016 56

Figure 3.5 Proportion of screened children* aged 5-9 years who had a clean face by region, South Australia 2007-2016 56

Figure 3.6 a Observed prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in at-risk communities by region,* South Australia 2007-2016 57

Figure 3.6 b Overall prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in all communities* by region, South Australia 2007-2016 57

Figure 3.7 Number of at-risk communities according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years by region, South Australia 2016 58

Figure 3.8 Number of doses of azithromycin administered for the treatment of trachoma by region, South Australia 2007-2016 58

Table 3.1 Trachoma control delivery in at-risk* communities by region, South Australia 2016 59

Table 3.2 Trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence by region, South Australia 2016 60

Table 3.3 Number and proportion* of at-risk communities according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years, South Australia 2007-2016 62

Table 3.4 Treatment strategies by region, South Australia 2016 64

Table 3.5 Trachoma treatment coverage by region, South Australia 2016 65

Table 3.6 Trichiasis screening coverage, prevalence and treatment among Indigenous adults by region, South Australia 2016 66

Table 3.7 Health promotion activities by region, South Australia 2016 67

South Australia Trachoma Health Promotion 68

Western Australia results 69

Trachoma program coverage 69

Screening coverage 69

Clean face prevalence 69

Trachoma prevalence 69

Treatment delivery and coverage 69

Trichiasis 69

Health promotion 70

Figures and Tables 71

Figure 4.1 Trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities by region, Western Australia 2016 71

Figure 4.2 Number of communities at risk by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 73

Figure 4.3 Number of at-risk communities according to trachoma control strategy implemented by region, Western Australia 2016 73

Figure 4.4 Population screening coverage in children aged 5-9 years in communities that required screening for trachoma by region, Western Australia 2016 74

Figure 4.5 Proportion of screened children aged 5-9 years who had a clean face by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 74

Figure 4.6 a Observed prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in communities that were screened by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 75

Figure 4.6 b Estimated prevalence* of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in all at-risk communities by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 75

Figure 4.6 c Overall prevalence of active trachoma among children aged 5-9 years in all communities* by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 76

Figure 4.7 Number of at-risk communities* according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years by region, Western Australia 2016 76

Figure 4.8 Number of doses of azithromycin administered for the treatment of trachoma by region, Western Australia 2007-2016 77

Table 4.1 Trachoma control delivery by region, Western Australia 2016 78

Table 4.2 Trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence by region, Western Australia 2016 79

Table 4.3 Number and proportion of at-risk communities* according to level of trachoma prevalence in children aged 5-9 years, Western Australia 2007-2016 81

Table 4.4 Treatment strategies by region, Western Australia 2016 82

Table 4.5 Trachoma treatment coverage by region, Western Australia 2016 84

Table 4.6 Trichiasis screening coverage, prevalence and treatment among Indigenous adults by region, Western Australia 2016 85

Table 4.7 Health promotion activities by region, Western Australia 2016 86

Western Australian Trachoma Health Promotion 87

Queensland Results 88

Trachoma program coverage 88

Screening coverage 88

Clean face prevalence 88

Trachoma prevalence 88

Treatment delivery and coverage 88

Trichiasis 88

Health promotion 88

Figures and Tables 89

Table 5.1 Trachoma screening coverage, trachoma prevalence and clean face prevalence, Queensland 2016 89

Table 5.2 Trachoma treatment strategy and coverage, Queensland 2016 89

Table 5.3 Health promotion activities in Queensland 2016 90

Interpretation and discussion of findings 91

Screening coverage 91

Trachoma prevalence 91

Monitoring of health promotion and environmental health activities 91

Trichiasis 92

Facial cleanliness 92

Progress towards Australia’s elimination target 92

References 93





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