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Aim to reduce avoidable blindness

By ANA MADIGIBULI
Monday, June 16, 2014

Update: 12:18PM THE main topic of discussions during the Pacific Regional Eye Health Conference at Novotel Hotel today is on reducing avoidable blindness in the Pacific.

More than 50 participants who specialise in eye care from around the Pacific will share their experiences, insights and ideas on how they can improve their journey towards universal eye health and in eradicating avoidable blindness in the region.

Health Minister Dr Neil Sharma acknowledged the participants for their ongoing dedicated commitment to reducing avoidable blindness and the remarkable successes they have achieved in eye care in their various countries.

 

 

 





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