Trachoma is an infectious eye disease caused by a bacteria that can result in blindness in adults if infections during childhood are not treated. Australia is the only developed country in the world that still has Trachoma. It is still prevalent in many remote communities of Australia. Children are the most likely to be infected and also spread the bacteria to others in their community. The clean face, strong eye education program complements the annual Population Health Trachoma screening and treatment schedule held during August and September In WA. Through interactive workshops key messages around keeping hands and face clean, including blowing nose and washing eyes to remove mucous and secretions, engage young people in sharing knowledge and rehearsing good hygiene practice. The movie clip provides an opportunity for young people to share their health messages and help others in the community understand and practice what can be done to reduce trachoma infections.