The Trachoma Elimination project in Australia is being implemented by The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation.
An Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service is a primary health care service initiated and operated by the local Aboriginal community to deliver comprehensive and culturally appropriate health care to its community. NACCHO’s CEO is Lisa Briggs, a Gunditjmara Aboriginal woman from the Western District of Victoria. Lisa is an Aboriginal Health Worker by trade who has worked in the field of Aboriginal health for more than 25 years. Please find more information about the work of NACCHO and the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health sector across Australia at the website: www.naccho.org.au.