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The Fred Hollows Humanity Award recognises Primary Students who give back to the community

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 05/05/19
Students help cut hair for the elderly people, care for a student with a disability and recycle unused food

The Fred Hollows Foundation launches new project in Guangxi Helping over 130,000 people

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 26/04/19
The Fred Hollows Foundation is launching a four-year comprehensive eye care program in three counties in Guangxi Province, hoping to improve eye care services in the area.

Why are students doing homework on mobile phones and why is this bad

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 26/03/19
We went to screen students in the village and 80 percent of them have myopia. Only one of the 200 students we screened have good eyesight.

Over 600,000 benefit from The Fred Hollows Foundation Yunnan project

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 21/03/19
More than 600,000 people in China’s Yunnan Province have received eye surgery under a Fred Hollows Foundation project supported by The Standard Chartered Bank.

How correcting the gender imbalance in eye health care helps both women and the economy

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 06/03/19
Women account for 55% of the world's blind. But this can be changed.

Goodman’s Magic Mile 2019 restores sight in Western China

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 25/02/19
The Fred Hollows Foundation is proud to be the beneficiary of the Goodman Magic Mile Charity Ramp Run again this year.

Is a 1.5CM-long thin plastic piece strong enough to restore sight for people?

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 21/02/19
The Fred Hollows Foundation is making IOL lens for cataract surgeries more affordable for patients.

Why is blindness a gender issue?

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 20/02/19
People often say health conditions don’t discriminate. But that’s not true of blindness, which is most certainly a gender issue. An estimated 36 million people in the world are blind and 55% are women.

International Women’s Day – Training women eye health medical experts

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 18/02/19
Over 55% of the world’s blind are women and The Fred Hollows Foundation strongly advocates for women’s health and equality around the world. We are dedicated to training more female eye health workers to provide comprehensive eye health services to women in need.

Diabetes – the rising threat to vision

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 02/01/19
With appropriately timed treatment, up to 98 per cent of blindness from DR can be prevented but many people with diabetes do not currently undergo regular eye examinations.
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