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Johannesburg, South Africa, 17 November 2017: Believing eye care is a fundamental right keeps our attention firmly on the catalytic role we play in people lives...

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Sydney, Australia, 13 October 2017: The Eye-Inspire series brings the inspiration and scientific stimuli that has propelled forward some of the brightest minds in eye health. Professor Kovin Naidoo is one of those minds, hear his interview...

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Walgett, NSW, Australia, 5 September 2017: Today we offer tribute to our one and only Phyllis Dennis (right), a proud Gamilaraay woman, who was a dedicated nurse and Aboriginal Health Worker in New South Wales (NSW) for a large part of her life. . Sadly Phyllis passed away in a traffic accident on Friday 25th August...

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Sydney, Australia, 3 August 2017: A new study published in The Lancet journal has estimated that more than 1 billion people are vision impaired because they do not have access to a pair of reading glasses.

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Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 2 August, 2017: A great outcome has been achieved for the future of eye health of Papua New Guinea. Executed collaboratively, the first national research survey on eye health was recently completed...

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1 August, 2017: There are currently only three optometrists and 58 ophthalmologists (six in the public sector) to serve Haiti's population of 10 million people...

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Sydney, Australia, 28 July 2017: Two years on Professor Kovin Naidoo, CEO, Brien Holden Vision Institute reflects on the time passed since the unexpected loss of his friend and colleague. “Following the sudden passing of a founder like Brien...

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Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2017: Dr Kah Ooi Tan, CEO of Brien Holden Vision Institute in China has been invited as a key partner for this event.

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Mubende, Uganda, 21 June 2017: Today marks the official launch of the new four year Mubende Comprehensive Eye Health project, targeting all age groups within society, following on from the successful completion of the East Africa Child Eye Health program.

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Sydney, Australia, 7 June 2017: Numerous studies have identified school age as a point when the progression of myopia increases dramatically in children.

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