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May 2014

Universal eye health: a global action plan 2014-2019

The World Health Organization's global eye health action plan is now available for download. Read more →

Feb 2014

Investing in Vision

The Investing in Vision report, from the Fred Hollows Foundation and PwC, is the first of its kind to calculate the costs and benefits of achieving the elimination of avoidable blindness and visual impairment, on a global scale, by the year 2020. Read more →

Oct 2013

Towards Universal Eye Health

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) has launched a report on 'Universal Eye Health'. Read more →

Sep 2013

IAPB Advocacy Guide

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) have developed a fantastic advocacy resource highlighting best practice advocacy techniques. Read more →

Aug 2013

IAPB Western Pacific Region Update

IAPB Western Pacific has updated and produced a regional update and country summaries for all the countries in the Western Pacific region. Read more →

Jun 2013

Vision Summits

Transcripts for the 2013 Vision Summits. Read more →

May 2013

NFIP Sector Consultation papers

The Australian Government’s Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), in conjunction with Vision 2020 Australia, undertook an eye health and vision care sector consultation on the Implementation Plan for the National Framework for Action to Promote Eye Health and Prevent Avoidable Blindness and Vision Loss (National Framework). Read more →

Apr 2013

The Roadmap to Close the Gap for Vision

The Roadmap to Close the Gap for Vision. Read more →

Dec 2012

Global Consortium Brochure

The Global Consortium brochure outlines how the partnership of nine Australian eye health and vision care organisations is working to eliminate avoidable blindness and vision loss in the Asia Pacific region. Read more →

Feb 2009

Closing the Gap on Indigenous Disadvantage

Australian Government, together with the states and territories through COAG, has set specific and ambitious targets to address Indigenous disadvantage. Read more →

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