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News - 2019

School Eye Health – One size doesn’t fit all

When developing school eye health programmes, it is vital that they are adapted to meet the local needs and resources available, as highlighted in this insightful blog from Dr. Priya Morjaria, Head of Global Programme Design at Peek.

Measuring what matters: the Peek approach to impact

Many programmes measure success by the number of people screened or treated. This, however, does not tell the whole story. Providing programmes with better data allows for improved efficacy and impact, capturing those potentially being left behind.

Meet The Team: Karen Sparrow

Peek team member Karen Sparrow, Head of Global Programme Training, speaks about her impressive career to-date as well as providing fascinating insight into the Peek Training process.

Nobody left behind: how Peek contributes to better health for all

Peek CEO & co-Founder Dr Andrew Bastawrous highlights the role Peek and its partners across the sector play in making Universal Health Coverage a reality, and ensure no-one is left behind when accessing eye care.

Peek - what’s in a name?

A blog from our Communications team on why Peek no longer uses the Portable Eye Examination Kit - PEEK - acronym, and how this change reflects our exciting journey towards bringing better vision and health for everyone.

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