The programme aimed to increase access to eye health services and to reduce the cataract surgical backlog in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
These documents outline our current work and look at the potential for eliminating the transmission of the diseases.
The Advancing Healthy Communities programme aimed to develop a mid-level eye care workforce to increase access to eye health services and to reduce the cataract surgical backlog in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
The Bangla version of a report drawing on the real-life stories of persons with disabilities and older people in Bangladesh, as told to researchers.
The Marsabit Trachoma Control Project evaluation findings are a true reflection of what the project achieved during the CR funded period.
The project aimed to strengthen eye care facilities, increase awareness of eye care among poor urban communities, and increase access to eye services.
Since April 2011, we have been running a trachoma control project with Comic Relief funding in Marsabit, focusing on the scale-up of the SAFE strategy.
The project aimed to train paediatric ophthalmic teams, improve leadership and management, and establish a paediatric outpatient department.