Improving eye care services and surgical outcomes at Kabgayi Eye Unit in Rwanda.The project
In Rwanda more than 400,000 people have physical and visual impairment (5.02%) and cataract is the major cause of avoidable blindness (56.5%). There are only 17 ophthalmologists in the country for a population over 12 million andShow More
Developing sustainable primary eye care services in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India for adults and children.The project
Rishikesh is a small semi-rural town located in the foothills of Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. Rishikesh is a religious city. The present population of Rishikesh isShow More
Expanding the Community Eye Centres program in Africa: adding a new funding model to bring it to scale.The project
Tanzania has almost no funds to support eye care services and as a result, people with relatively minor eye conditions such as refractive error or cataract are effectively blind.
Providing refractive error service for children and trachomatous trichiasis (TT) surgery outreach program at school and community level.
Uncorrected refractive errors and trachomatous are the main causes of visual impairment in Ethiopia. However,Show More