Leadership Inspiring Change blog series: Shannon Peckham, Australia's first Indigenous woman to graduate in Optometry, writes about volunteering in remote Indigenous communities and what it means to her to be a leader who is inspiring change.
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Leadership Inspiring Change blog series: PNG Eye Care Senior Manager, Samuel Koim, reflexcts on how he got to where he is to day and why he is so passionate about improving the eye health for all Papua New Guineans.
In the first of the Leadership Inspiring Change blog series, Dr Jessica Gallagher writes about how being a paralymian helps her change people’s perceptions on what is possible.
There appears to be a worrying mismatch between what non-English speaking Victorians understand about eye health and the actions they take to preserve their vision, according to the results of a recent research project that the Vision Initiative team commissioned.
Damian Facciolo talks about his work with the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) and the challenges of managing eye health and the impact of the rise of chronic diseases like diabetes in the region.
Fresh from winning the Human Rights 2014 Human Rights Law Award, Darren Fittler talks to Vision 2020 Australia about what drives him in his career and in life.
On International Day of People with Disability, Courtney Saville celebrates disability as a natural element of human diversity.
Longtime friend of Vision 2020 Australia and Barry Jones, Sheila O'Sullivan, paid tribute to Barry at a celebration in his honour at the Victorian State Library last week.
Global Policy and Programs Coordinator Courtney Saville blogs about how avoidable and treatable blindness impacts human rights issues facing women and girls in the Indian Ocean-Asia Pacific region.
Eye Health Hero, Dr Tim Henderson has been delivering eye care services where others dare not tread and is the only ophthalmologist for tens of thousands of people, many of whom live in remote communities across the red centre of Australia.
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