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VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – international collaboration to combat avoidable blindness. Presentation to students: MSc in Community Eye Health. The Future?. Projected trends in Global Blindness due to demographic changes to 2020. 45 to 76 million (73% increase) . 2000. 2010.

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VISION 2020: The Right to Sight– international collaboration to combat avoidable blindness

Presentation to students:

MSc in Community Eye Health


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The Future?


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Projected trends in Global Blindness due to demographic changes to 2020

45 to 76 million (73% increase)

2000

2010

2020


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GLOBAL BLINDNESS


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VISION 2020

Priorities

Cataract

RefractiveErrors and Low Vision

AMD and otherdiseases

Trachoma

Vit A Def

Oncho’ciasis

DiabeticRetinopathy

Glaucoma

FOCAL

DISEASES

MORE

DIFFICULT

TREAT-

ABLE

?


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  • Without V2020

100 m people

  • With V2020

2005

2010

2015

2020


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1999

A Global Initiative to Eliminate Avoidable Blindness

W.H.O. and I.A.P.B.


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VISION 2020International Activities

ADVOCACY

WHO/ IAPB

PLANNING

NATIONAL PBL PROGRAMMES

DOING

VISION 2020 CENTRES + COMMUNITY EYE CARE


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IAPB – ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

7 regions: Africa, N.America, S.America, SE Asia, Europe, Eastern Mediterranean, Western Pacific

National Bodies


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IAPB - MEMBERSHIP

  • Group A: 15 orgs $35Kpa

  • Group B: 12 orgs $10Kpa

  • Group C: 49 orgs $1Kpa

  • Founding Members:

    2 orgs WBU and IFOS

  • Corporate/Foundation Members:

    Patrons: 5 B&L, Zeiss, SCB, Merck, Champalimaud Foundation

    Sponsors: 1 Alcon


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IAPB – STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

  • Advocacy

  • Resource Mobilisation

  • Communications

  • Programme Facilitation


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IAPB- ADVOCACY

  • WHO Medium Term Strategic Plan

  • Implementation of WHA Resolution

  • Inclusion in national and WHO country health plans and budgets

  • Contribution to MDGs


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RESOURCE MOBILISATION

  • Foundations and Trusts

  • Corporates

  • OGS

  • Eye Fund


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Optometry Giving Sight

IAPB

WCO

ICEE

Optometrists

Patients

Optical Companies

National Committees

V2020 Refractive Error Programmes


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The Eye Fund

Financial Institutions (Deutche Bank)

IAPB

Sustainable Eye Care Programmes


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IAPB - COMMUNICATIONS

  • World Sight Day

  • Member communications; newsletters

  • Website

  • Publications

  • Press/Media

  • Industry and professional meetings


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IAPB- PROGRAMME FACILITATION

  • National Plans

  • Selected Country Focus

  • Regional Priorities

    • Disease focus

    • Manpower development

    • Infrastructure development


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V2020 Model for District Level

Eye Care Team

Equipment Supplies (£)

PATIENTS


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The Gambia Survey 1986

Blind people per million population


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The Gambia 1985

1 ophthal-mologist

One unit with 7 beds

Little community work

  • Result:

  • 300 cataract ops per year

  • limited trachoma / vit. A def control


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The Gambia 1995

2 ophthal-mologists +

2 cataract surgeons

Three units each with eye beds

Health Education

Community Health Work

  • Result:

  • 1800 cataract ops per year

  • Active trachoma / vit. A def control


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The Gambia Survey 1986 & 1996

Overall 40% decrease in the prevalence of blindness

Blind people per million population


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The Gambia National Programme 1986-1996

  • Changes

  • TRAINED STAFF

  • Trained 4 cataract surgeons.

  • Trained eye nurses & community health workers.

  • INFRASTRUCTURE

  • One eye unit became 4

  • COMMUNITY

  • Public awareness through radio.

  • Increased cataract ops from 200 to 1800 / yr.


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GLOBAL BLINDNESS

BLIND

(millions)


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Trends in Causes of Blindness

11 to 4 million


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Trends in Causes of Blindness


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