Join a powerful, unprecedented alliance for better eye health for all.Join IAPB
Keep up to date with the latest global and regional news coverage featuring IAPB.
IAPB is celebrating winning two international awards: for Association of the Yea...
A meeting was held between the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindn...
Judges praised IAPB’s approach to global advocacy and creative campaigns.
Peter Holland, chief executive for the International Agency for the Prevention o...
Hear how ophthalmologists and optometrists in the United States are recognizing ...
Advocacy has always been at the heart of the work of RestoringVision, and it is what has enabled us to build an unparalleled network of 2,500 NGO and government partners across the globe
Sixty three countries have written to UN Secretary-General António Guterres calling on him to create a Secretary-General’s "Special Envoy on Vision," according to a news release from IAPB.
(IAPB) has announced the second consecutive 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE to be held in Singapore from June 25-26 at the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI).
La Agencia Internacional para la Prevención de la Ceguera (IAPB, por sus siglas en inglés) anuncia la segunda edición consecutiva de 2030 In Sight Live.
Hear how ophthalmologists and optometrists in the United States are recognizing the importance of this year's awareness day.
Today, 13 October on World Sight Day, Lowri Moore has launched a global campaign calling on Mark Davis, the President of Unicode Consortium
The monarch was aware before her death that the Countess of Wessex would be returning to the country soon to celebrate the development.
Lowri Moore, 13, has launched a campaign urging emoji creators to make a ‘small difference’ that could ‘go a long way’.
From campaign launches, to new survey data and a bedtime story in braille: OT looked at just some of the activity marking World Sight Day
Sophie Wessex, 57, will visit Botswana and Malawi to mark World Sight Day.
Peter Holland, chief executive for the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, on the ambition to raise the profile of eye health beyond World Sight Day.