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Let's make sure access to eye surgery is equitable

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 09/06/20
Planning and commitment are needed to make sure the gap in eye health outcomes between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and other Australians doesn't further widen.

Public position statement on responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 20/05/20
As the world struggles to contain the health, economic and human impact of COVID-19, The Fred Hollows Foundation calls for clear coordination under the World Health Organization and continued care for those needing essential eye care services. Read our statement here.

Farewell to 'our man in Kathmandu'

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 14/05/20
We remember Rex Shore, 'our man in Kathmandu', who worked with the Nepal Eye Program and then The Fred Hollows Foundation from his house in Kathmandu, who passed away on 16 December, 2017.

Farewell to our old friend Dr Para

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 14/05/20
Gabi Hollows has paid tribute to Dr Pararajasegaram (affectionately known as 'Dr Para'), a leading ophthalmologist and friend of Fred and Gabi's since 1977.

What is a bequest and how does it work?

By The Bequest Team | Posted 01/05/20
Creating a Will and leaving bequests can be confusing. Read on to discover what you need to know about leaving a Gift in your Will.

10 things you can do to look after your eyes during COVID-19

By Latika Mani | Posted 30/04/20
While they may be small, eyes are amazing organs. Your eyes have a lot of working parts and each of these parts has a complex role in helping you see. That's why it’s important to look after your eyes in order to protect your vision.

5 things you should know about Aboriginal eye health

By Latika Mani | Posted 15/04/20
According to the ABS, eye health problems, is one of the most common long term health conditions experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples all over Australia. In fact, Indigenous Australians are three times more likely to go blind than other Australians.

JobKeeper announcement may not save charities

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 06/04/20

How do I choose a charity to support?

By Alisa Vartuli | Posted 23/03/20
In Australia, there are more than 56,000 registered charities – and with so many worthy causes, deciding which charity to support can be an overwhelming choice. Read on for some things to consider.

The risk diabetes poses to your eyesight

By Nicholas Bayliss | Posted 16/03/20
Did you know that diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in the world’s working age population? Diabetes is becoming a global epidemic, as a result of modern diets and lifestyles. Read on to discover more about the risk diabetes poses to your eyesight.
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