Eye health innovations get funding boost
October 12, 2012 Editor 0
Over the next 18 months, a UK aid agency and charity will support the provision of eye disease scientists and mentoring to developing countries, in response to what experts say is a growing need for innovative approaches to healthcare.
Sightsavers, which works to eliminate avoidable blindness, has provided grants to projects across Africa and South Asia. Grants went to international non-profit organisations, academic institutions and non-governmental organisations in developing countries. Read more Go to Source
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