Making Health truly inclusive: Light for the World
Here are the two things eye care organisations need to get right, so as to equitably address disability…
Flächendeckende medizinische Basisversorgung für alle
Jeder Mensch auf der Welt sollte Zugang zu dringend benötigter medizinischer Hilfe haben. Was wie eine Selbstverständlichkeit klingt…
Giornata mondiale della salute in vista: IAPB Italia
Nel mondo metà delle persone non può accedere a cure di base complete. Per questo, in occasione della Giornata mondiale della salute che si celebra il 7 aprile, si sottolinea la necessità di un accesso universale all’assistenza sanitaria…
Right People, Right Skills: Orbis
Everyone, everywhere should be able to access the essential health services they need. We strive to ensure that the right people have the right skills to provide quality eye care to those that need it – wherever and whoever they are….
One Bite At A Time: Orbis Africa
Salisha Lauton, Orbis International Africa Programme Director notes that Orbis Africa is working towards achieving this elephant-sized goal in South Africa, one bite at a time.
No one should be left behind: Our Children’s Vision
Nicola Chevis, CEO, Vision Aid Overseas urges us all to join her in asking that our Heads of State, Governments, and High Representatives take meaningful action.
(Eye) Health for All: Vision Impact Institute
At the Vision Impact Institute, we believe that vision care services should be included in this conversation on healthcare access.
MSICS contributes to UHC: HelpMeSee
At HelpMeSee, their mission is to eliminate cataract blindness on a global scale by using our simulation-based training program and Eye Surgical Simulator to teach Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) to surgeons.
SDGs–and a Surprise: Operation Eyesight
For the last six months, the Operation Eyesight Universal team has been working on an exciting project–that will be announced to mark World Health Day
International Eye Foundation
IEF USA mark World Health Day with an infographic…