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IAPB Blog is home to ideas, policy positions, findings, and stories that provides the context for eye health policy and practice. The views, ideas, technologies or policy positions in these blog posts belong to the authors and do not necessarily describe IAPB's position or views on these matters.


Diabetic Eye Conditions – Advocacy in Motion

Drew Keys

  • Advocacy,
  • Diabetic Eye Conditions,
  • DME,
  • DR,
  • IAPB,
  • IDF


VisionSpring at 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE!

Melissa Bromley

  • 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE,
  • eyeglasses,
  • glasses,
  • Mexico,
  • Research,
  • VisionSpring


The Brenda Strafford Foundation 

Kevin Melanson 

  • IAPB member,
  • New Member
photo by: Micheal Scholonfeld


Strengthening Eye Health in ECSA: Integrating Primary Eye Care into Primary Health Care

Kristine Nyabera

  • eye care,
  • Eye Nurses,
  • Integrate
Image by Ulrich Eigner


How Can Eye Health Advance Healthy Ageing?

Amanda Davis / Dr Vania de la Fuente Nunez

  • 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE,
  • Ageing,
  • health,
  • IPEC,
  • Philippines,
  • Western Pacific
: With my peers at the IAPB global event in 2023. Partnerships are the key to success in eliminating avoidable vision loss. When we partner, we go beyond eye health care, finding sustainable solutions that improve quality of life in countries, communities and lives.


The Power of Partnerships: Seeing is Believing

Kashinath Bhoosnurmath

  • 2030 In Sight,
  • 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE Mexico,
  • Integrated people-centred eye care,
  • IPEC,
  • Partnerships,
  • Sustainable Develop Goal #17,
  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goals,
  • Universal Eye Health,
  • WHO,
  • World Vision Report 2019


2030 IN SIGHT LIVE is for Ophthalmologists!

Drew Keys

  • 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE Mexico