In addition, to integrate eye care into school systems to tackle child eye health, and work closely with organisations for women and people with disabilities to ensure services remain inclusive.
The Boresha Macho project was possible thanks to support from the UK public and match funding from the UK government of Sightsavers End is in Sight fundraising campaign.
Communitybased screeningsProfessional training for eye health workersHealth facility accessibility audits and upgradesDisability and gender inclusion training for health professionalsAwareness raising with organisations for women and people with disabilities.
Edwin continues We encourage the government and other stakeholders to continue scaling up eye health services and professional training.
Which ultimately helps reduce poverty and allows individuals, communities, and the nation, to thrive.
Access to eye care was improved through initiatives including
Over 17,000 cataract surgeries and provision of more than 7,000 glasses.
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