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Book a talk with The Fred Hollows Foundation to learn more about the problem of avoidable blindness. Through real life stories, statistics and games, we share with students the work of a global NGO and help consolidate the value of social caring and global vision among students.

The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international development organisation, established by renowned ophthalmologist Professor Fred Hollows in 1992, aiming to end avoidable blindness. Four out of five people who are blind don’t have to be. Restoring sight can change lives. The Foundation trains local doctors and health workers, builds and upgrades facilities, and provides equipment in order to achieve long-term sustainable eye health care.

We believe the basic attribute of mankind is to help each other.
- Professor Fred Hollows, Founder of The Fred Hollows Foundation 

We are a registered charity in both Hong Kong and Australia. We are honoured to have been recognised internationally numerous times including :

  • 1990: Our Founder Professor Fred Hollows was named Australian of The Year
  • 2010: The life and work of Professor Fred Hollows was celebrated on a new $1 collector coin issued by The Royal Australian Mint
  • 2013: Named as The Australian Charity of the Year
  • 2013: Recognised by The Global Journal as one of the world's top 50 NGOs

Special talk: The undermined rights of women in eye care

Over 36 million people are blind worldwide. Women alone account for two-third of these and 90% of women who are blind live in poverty at the same time. Gender inequality, religious and cultural background are among some of the factors why women and girls are not getting the same right to eye care as men.

To arrange a talk, send us an email to hkinfo@hollows.org or call us at 36146240 a month before your desired date. We look forward to sharing our amazing stories and journey with you.

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