On 3 September 2012, the International Centre for Eyecare Education (ICEE) was renamed the Public Health Division of the Brien Holden Vision Institute to celebrate its long-standing partnership with the Institute – its founding supporter and partner, and eye health and vision care research non-profit organisation.
By aligning the two organisations will work closely to harness their networks, expertise and resources, and together, achieve much more. The two have a shared history and one common purpose – we jointly believe that the best possible vision is the right of everyone, everywhere. Together we aim to inspire, drive, collaborate, innovate, educate, advocate and negotiate what is needed so that hundreds of millions, even billions, of people worldwide can enjoy the right to sight.
Whether its development of new technology to slow the development of myopia or diagnose disease, delivery of sustainable access to services or provision of eye care education in the most marginalised and remote communities in the world, the two organisations are focused on the quality of vision people experience and equity in eye care access worldwide.
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