This report draws on key results from a comprehensive analysis of population-based eye health surveys and includes estimates of effective cataract surgery coverage (eCSC) and effective refractive error coverage (eREC) at the global level, by WHO region, sex and World Bank income level, and the relative quality gap (that is, the percentage difference between ‘effective coverage’ and ‘coverage’).
It also serves to highlight key gaps in current data and presents suggestions for additional efforts required to advance the monitoring, policies and programmes for increasing the coverage of eye care interventions.
You can also learn more about effective refractive error coverage (eREC) and effective cataract surgical coverage (eCSC) – the two new ambitious global targets for 2030. by viewing the short video below..
L’OCCITANE en Provence has always put people at the heart of its operation. For more than 20 years, it has been committed to Caring for Sight, supporting projects around the world that help prevent blindness.
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