The Indicators Framework in support of SDGs and eye health

This paper provides analysis of important indicators and indicator processes of relevance to eye health, identifying challenges and opportunities and how we can leverage these for the benefit of people who are at risk of sight loss or persons with visual impairment. These include: The SDGs, the 100 Core Health Indicators and indicators for measurement of universal health coverage.

Cataract Surgery Protocol – Nepal

Cataract is a leading cause of blindness globally; in Nepal it accounts for approximately 62% of avoidable blindness. Nepal performs nearly 350,000 cataract surgeries every year. Despite the volume of cataract surgeries, the quality of outcomes – 80% of patients should have good visual outcome of 6/18 or better, according to the standard set by…

Tracking universal health coverage: First global monitoring report

Joint WHO/World Bank Group report, June 2015   This report is the first of its kind to measure health service coverage and financial protection to assess countries’ progress towards universal health coverage.   It shows that at least 400 million people do not have access to one or more essential health services and 6% of…