Partners


ITI works in partnership with governments and numerous international and local organizations to support the implementation of the SAFE Strategy. Collaboration is crucial to the fight to eliminate blinding trachoma. ITI supports the World Health Organization’s Alliance for Global Elimination of Trachoma by 2020 (GET 2020) and is a member of the global alliance VISION 2020: The Right to Sight. ITI is also a founding member of the International Coalition for Trachoma Control, the coalition of non-governmental organizations supporting trachoma control globally.

In addition to its primary partnerships with governments of trachoma-endemic countries, ITI is proud to list the following current core partners:

AmeriCares

American Academy of Ophthalmology

AMREF

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

CARE International

The Carter Center

Children Without Worms

CBM

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

CDC Foundation

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health

The Fred Hollows Foundation

Global Network for Neglected Tropical Disease Control


Helen Keller International

IMA World Health

International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness

International Centre for Eye Health

International Coalition for Trachoma Control (ICTC)

Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins

Kilimanjaro Centre for Community Ophthalmology

Kongwa Trachoma Project

Lasik MD

Lavelle Fund for the Blind

Light For The World

Lions Clubs of Ethiopia

Lions Clubs International Foundation

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Lymphatic Filariasis Support Centre

Malaria Consortium

Mectizan Donation Program

Operation Eyesight Universal

ORBIS International

Organisation pour la Prévention de la Cécité

PDCI (Partnership for Disease Control Initiatives)

Pfizer Inc

RTI International

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative

Sightsavers

Task Force for Global Health

Ulls del Món

UNICEF

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)


U.S. Fund for UNICEF

World Health Organization

World Vision