Primary Care for Children

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Primary Care for Children 

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The Global Child Eye Health Project 

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Our vision is that every child health worker globally knows how to detect and manage eye conditions in children, and that eye health becomes an essential part of every child health programme. This will:

  1. Save or restore the sight of hundreds of thousands of young children
  2. Enable children to achieve their full potential, and improve the quality of life of the whole family
  3. Save lives, as some interventions which prevent blindness also reduce mortality

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