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The Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF) provides funds to support public health research initiatives that evaluate and directly influence the operation of the SightFirst program, Lions’ premier initiative to strengthen eye care systems in underserved communities. 

SightFirst research grants of up to US$100,000 are available to support projects that investigate:

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The Queen’s Young Leaders Programme has been set up by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust in partnership with Comic Relief and The Royal Commonwealth Society
 
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Seeing is Believing has reached a fundraising landmark of USD75 million by the end of August 2014.

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c.£52,000 plus generous benefits

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Top eye health organisations join hands for a Gala event, paired with world-class academic sessions, at the historic UNAM medical palace in Mexico City to mark World Sight Day.

Immediate Release: 9 October 2014, World Sight Day (WSD) – an international day of awareness about avoidable blindness and its prevention – will be celebrated with a remarkable event in Mexico City.

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