There are 2 separate charts for this measure showing trachoma screening coverage in Indigenous communities, by various characteristics.
Trachoma screening coverage in communities that screened, children aged 5–9, by jurisdiction 2021
This dual axis combined vertical bar and scatter plot presents the number and percent of children aged 5–9 years screened in Indigenous communities, in 2021, by jurisdiction. The rate was highest in Western Australia (92%) and lowest in Queensland and the Northern Territory (both 90%).
Trachoma screening coverage in communities that screened, children aged 5–9, 2012 to 2021
This line graph presents trachoma screening coverage for children aged 5–9 years in Indigenous communities, by jurisdiction, from 2012 to 2021. The chart shows that, nationally between 2012 and 2021, the proportion of children aged 5–9 years who were screened for trachoma in at-risk communities rose from 70% in 2012 to 90% in 2021.