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Mitasha Yu explains more about the WHO Eye Care Competency Framework (ECCF), a tool that will assist with maintaining an effective eye care workforce.
This webinar covers applying an intersectionality lens – the way factors such as race, class, gender, and other identities combine to affect lived experiences differently – to ensure we illuminate, track and monitor inequities in eye health.
This virtual event calls upon the sector to mitigate its carbon footprint, reduce its environmental impact and support climate resilience.
This webinar brought together leaders from within and beyond the eye health sector to discuss the positioning of eye health as an integral part of the development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
This webinar reviews eye health as part of Universal Health Coverage and the implementation of two new ambitious global targets for 2030.
Sumrana Yasmin explains why gender equity is important in eye care.
Geraldine Byrne Nason, Ireland's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on why it's important we place women and girls at the centre of eye health.
1.1 billion people were living with untreated vision impairment in 2020, and this is expected to grow to 1.8 billion by 2050. Yet over 90% of vision loss could be prevented or treated with existing, highly cost-effective interventions.
Opportunities and challenges to financing eye health, with insights and learnings from key members in the Africa region.