• Helen Keller International
    $5,175,000 through February, 2023

    To contribute to the elimination of trachoma as a public health problem in Mali and Niger.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2019
  • The Carter Center, Inc.
    $5,400,000 through February, 2023

    To contribute to the elimination of trachoma as a public health problem in Mali and Niger.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Sightsavers Inc.
    $200,000 through February, 2022

    To contribute to the elimination of trachoma as a public health problem in Mali.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Sightsavers Inc.
    $50,000 through December, 2021

    to support the adaptation of the Social Mobilization NTD Toolkit for use in the Niger trachoma elimination programme.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2019
  • The Carter Center, Inc.
    $50,000 through November, 2020

    to support research of potential testing mechanisms for long-term post-elimination trachoma surveillance in Niger.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Sightsavers Inc.
    $2,500,000 through November, 2021

    To support the national trachoma elimination program in Tanzania.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2018
  • Himalayan Cataract Project Inc.
    $1,900,000 through May, 2021

    to support continued work to improve access and quality of eye care and contribute to an integrated eye health care system in Ethiopia.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2017
  • Aravind Eye Foundation
    $1,935,000 through July, 2022

    to strengthen and consolidate a social enterprise model aimed at improving access to high-quality cataract surgery at five clinics in sub-Saharan Africa.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: March, 2017
  • Johns Hopkins University
    $100,000 through August, 2018

    for the development and pilot testing of an Image Capture and Processing System (ICAPS) for trachoma by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: February, 2017
  • Helen Keller International
    $5,975,000 through February, 2021

    for the elimination of trachoma in Mali and Niger.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: November, 2016