Sightsavers launches eye health programme in Tanzania

Sightsavers is launching a three-year programme to provide quality eye care to rural populations in the Morogoro and Singida regions of Tanzania. The programme, funded by UK Aid Match, will ensure that eye health services are accessible to everyone. By July 2020, 150,000 people in these regions will have improved access to quality eye care services. The programme aims to provide more than 13,000 cataract operations and restore the sight of thousands more people using non-surgical treatment. Imran Khan, Sightsavers’ chief global technical lead, said: “We know that eye health…

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