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Vision Eye Institute and Sight For All collaborate under a shared vision

L-R: Amanda Cranage, CEO, Vision Eye Institute; Prof Robert Casson, chair, Sight For All Vision Eye Institute (VEI) is collaborating with Sight For All to help the Australian charity advance eyecare for underprivileged communities around the world. VEI CEO Ms Amanda Cranage said the organisations share a goal to transform lives through eyecare. “Although VEI’s […]

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World Glaucoma Week 10-16 March 2024

World Glaucoma Week is an annual global awareness raising initiative and this year,  our Mongolian and Cambodian teams took this opportunity to raise awareness in their local communities. Translated glaucoma posters and brochures were shared with community members, sharing information about early signs of the condition and referral pathways for treatment if required. Sight For All is

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Vision for Change: Transforming Lives Through Compassionate Care

Within the Adelaide CBD, Sight For All has established a partnership with Baptist Care SA and Flinders University to set up a weekly optometry clinic as part of WestCare Health, located at Baptist Care SA’s West Care Centre.  This ongoing initiative continues to have a positive impact on the eye health and vision of vulnerable populations in Adelaide. Through

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Empowering South Australia Through Eye Health Education 

At the heart of Sight For All’s Australian community eye health awareness efforts are experienced, local optometrists who serve as eye health educators. These dedicated professionals conduct tailored education sessions targeting diverse demographics, emphasizing the importance of regular eye examinations and preventive measures. They delve into the five main causes of vision loss, covering symptoms,

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Emerging Leaders in Cambodian Eye Care

Sight For All plays host to fourteen emerging medical eye health leaders from Cambodia, in a ground-breaking step for sustainable eye healthcare Sight For All has been awarded with a prestigious Australian Awards Fellowship, funded by the Australian Government.  The program included a 4-week Enhanced Observership opportunity in Australia for fourteen selected Ophthalmologists from Cambodia.

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Looking After Your Eyes This Summer – A Helpful Guide To Better Eye Care

As Summer officially sets in, it’s essential to pay special attention to our eye health. Along with warmer weather, Summer brings along longer days, outdoor activities, and increased exposure to sunlight, making it imperative to prioritise caring for your eyes. Here are three crucial tips to ensure your eyes stay healthy and happy during the

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World Sight Day 2023

Providing sustainable eye health care to low-middle income nations is critical in supporting their economy. This World Sight Day’s theme is Love Your Eyes at Work and Sight For All is encouraging everyone to take care of their eyes at work, while raising money to continue their work fighting the inequity of avoidable vision impairment

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Sight For All’s NSW Eye Health Educator Quoted by Western Sydney Diabetes

Western Sydney Diabetes (WSD) was established in response to the growing threat diabetes poses to our community’s health and wellbeing. Western Sydney is a diabetes hotspot with disease rates higher than the New South Wales (NSW) average. If this ‘hotspot’ is not addressed, within a decade it will cause an unsustainable economic and societal burden on

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Itay Sin’s Fight For Sight

Endogenous endophthalmitis is an infection of the eye, caused by a bacteria or fungus. In many instances, by the time it is diagnosed and treated the condition has escalated to emergency status with severe sight-threatening complications. Endogenous endophthalmitis can affect people of all ages and is associated with a number of underlying factors. The infection

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Launching a new neuro-ophthalmology Fellowship in Mongolia

Neuro-ophthalmology is the sub-specialty of ophthalmology and neurology that studies disturbances of vision and eye movements that have a neurological basis. Road trauma from motorbikes is the most common cause of optic neuropathy issues, particularly in countries where wearing of helmets is not enforced. The objective of Sight For All’s neuro-ophthalmology initiative is to train

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