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60 days left to nominate your Queen’s Young Leader

The Queen’s Young Leaders Programme is searching for inspirational young people across the Commonwealth who are making a difference in their communities.
 
ICEH is happy to promote the Queen’s Young Leaders Programmes Award to our ICEH Alumni.

Exceptional people aged 18-29 will receive awards for leading the…

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PAEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY GRANTS: Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Inc.

Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Inc.
PAEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY GRANTS

Guidelines
The Knights Templar Eye Foundation is committed to support research that can help launch the careers of clinical or basic researchers committed to the prevention and cure of potentially blinding diseases in infants and children. We support clinical or basic research…

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LSHTM Alumni Fund Event from July 10.

ICEH participated at the LSHTM Alumni Fund Event held July 10th 2014 at the LSHTM Library.
The purpose of this event was to say thank you to all of the alumni and students that helped with, or donated to the LSHTM Alumni Fund. Around 50 guests celebrated over £300,000…

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Rethinking eye health systems to achieve universal coverage: the role of research

Achieving universal coverage in eye care remains a tremendous challenge as 226 million people in the world remain visually impaired, the majority from avoidable causes. The impact of eye care interventions has been constrained by the limited capacities of health systems in low-income and middle-income countries to deliver…

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Job Oppportunity for African ICEH MSc Alumni: Sightsavers – Programme Development Advisor: Eye Health and Health Systems Strengthening (Sub-Saharan Africa)

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Programme Development Advisor: Eye Health and Health Systems Strengthening (Sub-Saharan Africa)

Sightsavers’ vision is of a world where no one is blind from avoidable causes and where visually impaired people participate equally in society. Each year, it improves the lives of millions of people in the…

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