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Peek-powered community eye health programmes launch in Ghana

Eye screening is underway in Ghana as part of the first programmes launched through Peek Vision’s new partnership with Vision for a Nation (VFAN). The programmes aim to deliver eye health care at the community level, by making it available in all primary health facilities in the districts.

New research project aims to improve school eye health planning

Peek Vision and the International Centre for Eye Health (ICEH) have been awarded a major new research grant from USAID to develop a tool to improve school eye health programme planning. The aim is to help eye health providers gather the different information required to plan a school eye health programme.

Nobody left behind

Peek CEO Andrew Bastawrous explains how - and why - Peek is working with our partners to ensure that nobody is left behind in eye health.

Vision for a Nation and Peek announce new partnership in Ghana

Vision for a Nation (VFAN) and Peek Vision are delighted to announce that we will be working in partnership to roll out a new eye health programme in Ghana.

Major new research programme could fast-track health service improvement in low and middle-income countries

Peek Vision and partners have been awarded a Wellcome Trust Collaborative Award in Science, which will be used for a series of research projects with the potential to redefine how health services can be optimised.

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