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The Vision Council helps members succeed in their businesses by providing curated resources and tools, from market research to training and exclusive access to industry networking events.
As a leading tertiary ophthalmology eye hospital in the region taking the responsibility of improving the eye care service in all hospital within the Eastern Province of KSA
The mission of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) is to strive toward the provision of optimal medical and surgical eye care for all Canadians by promoting excellence in ophthalmology and providing services
To provide different specialized services in ophthalmology to people who are in a situation of socioeconomic vulnerability in order to attend and reduce visual impairment.
Since its creation, special studies, and ophthalmological surgery have been carried out in its own operating room, in state-of-the-art facilities.
FOCA aims to promote sustainable development through access to visual health of the best quality at the lowest cost, creating independent communities, in charge of their own change.
Direct Aid’s programmatic focuses lie in education, social and economic development, and water and health.
We are a dedicated and child-focused organization, which strives to expand child eye health services by establishing robust and sustainable programs.
CBM is an international Christian development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world.
EOUM offers MS and PHD programs in vision science, focusing on all aspects related to vision and visual functiton (3) Outreach, via community and international participation, pursuing access to care for vulnerable underserved populations locally and globally.
With its extensive outreach programme, Akhand Jyoti centres can achieve good coverage of the North and South-West regions of Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh. On average, Akhand Jyoti does over 74,000 annually, 80% of which is free of cost to the poor.
KIHT aims to facilitate focused research on critical components pertaining to medical devices by supporting institutions involved with R&D, industry, policy makers and knowledge repositories.