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World Report On Vision

The World Health Organization’s first World Report on Vision represents a highly significant landmark in the effort to achieving universal access to eye health.

Bringing together world authorities on eye health and health system strengthening, the Report provides the strategic framework to guide action at a national, regional and global level.

The key recommendations of the World Report on Vision are to implement integrated people-centred eye care and to make eye health part of every country’s journey towards Universal Health Coverage.

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World Report on Vision Infographic

View the following video of an interview with Dr. Aubrey Webson, Permanent Representative of Antigua & Barbuda, UN and Chair, UN Friends of Vision, on why he thinks the World Report on Vision is important.

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