Our Future

Over the next decade, The Task Force will continue to work toward reaching elimination goals for trachoma, river blindness, and lymphatic filariasis.

The Task Force will continue to play a major role on the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS)  initiative to understand and address the causes of serious illness and death among children under age 5 in sub-Saharan African and South Asia.

We are also considering how we might apply our core competencies to addressing the growing epidemic of noncommunicable diseases in developing countries.

We will continue to leverage our expertise in informatics, program management, and surveillance to ensure our programs reach their potentials. As we look to reach more people, program integration will also be an increasing focus at The Task Force.

'We Will Eliminate Blinding Trachoma'

- Caroline Roan

Vice President of Corporate Responsibility at Pfizer Inc


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