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Thursday, 9 October 2014

World Sight Day 2014, October 9th.


 World Sight Day 2014 is on 9 October 2014 (the second Thursday of October). World Sight Day 2013 saw numerous organizations putting together events of great verve and colour to draw attention to avoidable blindness and rehabilitation. 2014 is the first year of the WHO Global Action Plan and IAPB encourages our members and partners to continue with our rolling theme: Universal Eye Health

Events : This year, the 'Call to Action' for World Sight Day is:
No more Avoidable Blindness



Forum :    World Sight Day - 9 October
Theme 2014: No more Avoidable Blindness.



2014 is the first year of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Action Plan and VISION 2020/IAPB encourages our members and partners to continue with our rolling theme: Universal Eye Health This year, the 'Call to Action' for World Sight Day 2014 is: No more Avoidable Blindness


Tell a story with your eyes

Ages 20 to 39 ( Dry eye, Eye Infection, Refractive Errors, Ocular Allergies)

Age 40 to 59 (Inflammation, Diabetic Retinipathy, Dry eye,  Glaucoma, Refractive errors, including Presbyopia)
Teenagers (Eye infection, Refractive Errors,  Ocular Allergies)

Ages 40 to 59 (Ocular Allergies, Eye infection, Retinal Detachment)
Infants, Ages 3 and Younger (Uncommon eye Conditions, Eye Infection)

Ages 60 and Older (Retinal Detachment, Dry Eye, Inflammation, Eye Infection)
Ages 60 and Older (Cataracts, Age related Macular Degeneration ( AMD),  Diabetic Retinipathy, Glaucoma)
Children, Ages 4 to 12 ( Eye infection, Refractive Errors, Amblyopha ans Strabimus,  Ocular Allergies)

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