The IAPB Vision Atlas brings together the latest data and evidence related to avoidable blindness and sight loss; tells the story behind the numbers; presents solutions, and good practice and highlights the opportunities to eliminate some blinding conditions. Check it out today!
WCO Members: Thank you for your continued membership and support of the World Council of Optometry. The WCO is currently calling for nominations for the following awards: Distinguished Service Award, International Optometrist Award and The Paul Berman Young Leader Award. Nominations are due by June 30. To learn more and nominate someone for these awards, please
25 May 2017 is Africa Day – as Helen White notes in one of our blog posts below, this day “marks the celebration of a unified and liberated continent”. Africa today offers much to celebrate. IAPB members are deeply involved in in bringing eye care interventions to Africa through training, capacity-building, surgical interventions, drug administration, advocacy and
Read how the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) is working to eliminate avoidable blindness in its “VISION 2020” Newsletter for April 2017.
Just $5 can help a child see their future clearly. To donate now to Our Children’s Vision and help change the life of a child, text GIFT to 27722. (Currently limited to U.S. phones only)
Optometry Giving Sight was pleased to co-host the official launch of the Our Childrens Vision Campaign at the Australian Consulate in New York today. This new global campaign has been initiated by the Brien Holden Vision Institute and the Vision for Life fund, created by Essilor. It seeks to bring together governments, development agencies, the