Our project coordinator in Tanzania, Daniel Wildbard, attended a meeting with the Njombe Regional Eye Care Coordinator (RECC), Dr. Simon Luvanda. During the session, Dr. Simon emphasized the urgent... Read moreNJOMBE PROJECT
‘Tiel Pakt Uit’ is a biannual event in Tiel, which offers various activities over one of the weekends in spring and fall. During this year’s spring edition, on April 2 and 3, the ... Read moreThank you, Lions Club Tiel
The Eye Care Foundation (ECF) is officially registered in Tanzania as an international organization with its country office located in the Morogoro region. This registration means that ECF can offi... Read moreECF is officially registered in Tanzania
In Vietnam, the number of women with visual impairment (2,2%) is significantly higher than the number of men (1,2%), as stated in the RAAB 2015. The higher rate in women can be explained by aspects... Read moreGender Barrier Study – ECF Vietnam
There was a girl…Swos is her name. She is twelve years old, lives in a village in Nepal, and attends primary school. Swos is very cross-eyed with her right eye. At school, she hardly sees any... Read moreThere was a girl…Swos is her name.
Corona has put a lot of pressure on the eye care sectors in our program countries, including Laos and Cambodia, where we have long waiting lists, postponed surgeries, and more than ever patients to... Read moreCorona Recovery Plan 2021-2022
Faraja Mlipano (32) is an energetic person who works as an assistant ophthalmic nurse at Mlimba Health Centre in Mlimba District in Morogoro region in Tanzania. Faraja is a very hardworking person ... Read moreEye Health Hero: Faraja Mlipano
Last week, the Eye Care Foundation in Tanzania conducted the first worldwide eye screening + vaccination combination camp. In partnership with the Ministry of Health, our team was allowed to co-hos... Read moreFirst worldwide combination camp
193 countries of the United Nations unanimously agreed to a new plan for vision for everyone – with eye health critical to the #SDGs. The plan sets a target for eye care for all by 2030, with... Read more2030 in Sight!
Yesterday she came to the hospital supported by her daughters. After a successful surgery, the first thing Mrs. Kisan saw when we took the bandages off her eyes today was her daughters’ tears... Read moreA story of Mrs. Kisan