Kakamega, Kenya, 17 May 2013: A leading UK manufacturer of ophthalmic instruments has joined the fight against uncorrected vision impairment and avoidable blindness, by donating essential optometric equipment
Bansara, India, 16 May 2013: Optometry and eye health educators are the future to providing quality eye care services to the more than one hundred million people unnecessarily vision impaired in India.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 10 May 2013: Celebrations were in order last week in Phnom Penh, marking the official handover of five vision centres now established and operating in five previously underserved provinces of Cambodia
"Everyone, no matter where they live, should have access to affordable, quality eye care. For more than 20 years now, this belief has driven my efforts – to eliminate vision impairment due to uncorrected refractive error..."
Why is an Aboriginal Australian adult six times more likely to go blind than a non-Aboriginal adult? The disparity in availability of eye care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities is a key reason...