Project Agreement on Improving Trachoma Control Services for Indigenous Australians 2013- 2017
|16 December 2013
|30 June 2017
|Health and Community Services
|The Project Agreement on Improving Trachoma Control Services for Indigenous Australians ('the Agreement') is an intergovernmental agreement between the Commonwealth, three States and the Northern Territory. It provides for the delivery of trachoma control services and activities to improve the identification, screening, treatment, management and prevention of trachoma and trichiasis in Indigenous Australians.
|Under the Agreement, the Commonwealth commits to contributing $16.487 million to the States and to monitoring achievement against milestones of the Project. The States are responsible for all aspects of delivering on the project outputs and providing regular performance reports and a final Project Report on completion.
Schedules A, B, C and D of the Agreement set out the milestones against which to assess the progress of individual State and Territory parties against the outputs, and also an activity and payment timeline.