Number of blind people set to triple by 2050.

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Shedding Light on the Impact of Orbis in Vietnam

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Mummy are my eyes beautiful

Charlie is our latest ACS student to document their trip to Vietnam... Read More »

One good deed can go a long way…

Ife Owoeye from ACS Cobham applied for our internship to gain a greater understanding of the world of medicine.. Read More »

An Eye Opening Experience I Will Never Forget

ACS Hillingdon student, Julie Lestrup has written this informative blog about her experiences in Vietnam so far. Make sure to read! Read More »

I used to take eye health for granted…

Sonia Ali from ACS Egham, is currently exploring our work in Vietnam and reporting back on what she sees. Check her blog out here! Read More »

Orbis take home award for Most Powerful Insight through Research

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Orbis attends the 70th World Health Assembly

Orbis attends the 70th World Health Assembly and promotes Universal Eye Health Read More »

Let’s celebrate our amazing volunteers

Today marks the first day of Volunteers' Week - a chance to celebrate the contribution made by volunteers across the UK.  Read More »

Fighting childhood blindness in Vietnam

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Empowering Nurses in Vietnam

Did you know that 90% of healthcare is delivered by nurses? Volunteer Angeline Chaipa from Moorfields Eye Hospital is currently in Vietnam. To celebrate International Nurses Day, she has written a special report to update us on how she got on during her first assignment with Orbis.  Read More »

Fighting trachoma in Ethiopia through mass drug administrations

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A big flying thank you

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Orbis wins Bond International Development Award

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Operation Sight

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Watch our new TV advert

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The lady behind the plane

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Working with the community

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Flying Eye Hospital in China

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BMJ Christmas appeal in support of Orbis

Orbis UK is delighted to have been chosen by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) as the recipient of their Christmas charity appeal. From now, until the end of January, the BMJ will run a number of features on Orbis - informing its readers about the importance of preventing needless blindness and visual impairment, whilst raising vital funds for our work. Read More »

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