This document sets out our strategic plan for the next decade. It builds on so much great work already done, but recognises there is still much more to do.
While we are on the verge of eliminating some transmissible diseases, non-communicable diseases, lifestyle changes and ageing populations now present a new challenge for eye health.
We will have to work differently to make sure eyesight receives the global political, health and development priority it needs and deserves.
The end of avoidable sight loss is now within our grasp and we need to push harder than ever before to help deliver this ambition.
The WHO Vision and eye screening implementation handbook (VESIH) offers a step-by-step guidance for conducting vision and eye screenings in community and primary care settings.
The 2023 Annual Report of CBM's eye care work across its programmes. Inclusive, comprehensive and integrated- CBM's Eye Health Initiative reports on it latest work in eye health.
This guidance aims to facilitate the monitoring of both eye and ear care services through presenting a set of core facility indicators along with considerations for analysis and use of routine health information
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) have collaborated to produce a report on Eye Health and the World of Work
This report was authored by the Deloitte Center for Health Economics working with Roche and IAPB
ROP related blindness can be prevented by improving comprehensive preterm care and screening at appropriate time.
Exploring the Impact of Environmental Conditions on the Ocular Surface - A Review of Risk Factors
This PDF document from IAPB's Climate Action Work Group debunks five prevalent myths about climate action and eye care.
Interventions To Slow The Progression Of Myopia
Join a powerful, unprecedented alliance for better eye health for all.
All the latest news from the IAPB team and members around the world.