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About 686 results for "national blindness control programme"

Free eye surgical camp
Pakistan Observer

Cataract detection camp

National Programme for Control of Blindness, Thoubal, under the National Rural Health Mission organised a one day free cataract detection camp at PHSC, Keirak today, our correspondent reports Source The Sangai Express E Pao!, 2 days ago
Free eye surgical camp Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago

14 images for national blindness control programme

Department of Conservation NZ, 6 days ago
Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 week ago
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, 1 week ago
BBC, 4 weeks ago
Rye and Battle Today, 4 weeks ago
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, 1 month ago
Morung Express, 1 month ago
NewsGrio, 4 weeks ago
Kenya News Agency, 1 month ago
Kenya News Agency, 1 month ago

Cataract detection camp held

Thoubal, May 15: National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB), Thoubal district conducted a one-day free cataract detection camp at Langmeidong Dramatic Union hall, Thoubal, our correspondent reports. The free camp was organised under the ...
 Sangai Express2 weeks ago Cataract detection camp  E Pao!1 month ago

We shouldn't lie to ourselves, APC is in crisis Timi Frank

Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress Mr Timi Frank In this interview with JOHN ALECHENU the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress Mr Timi Frank speaks about his travails the crisis ...
 Uncova2 days ago

Tinubu, Falana disagree on fuel subsidy removal

A former Lagos State Governor and National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has described the decision of the President Buhari-led Federal Government to remove petrol subsidy as courageous. The government, through the ...
 Naija247News2 weeks ago Subsidy removal: Tinubu backs Buhari, Falana condemns price hike  Nigeria Punch2 weeks ago

Aspirin in venous leg ulcer study (ASPiVLU): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Study design ASPiVLU is a randomised, double-blinded, multicentre, placebo-controlled, clinical trial to determine the clinical effectiveness of aspirin as an adjunct to compression in healing venous leg ulcers. Study setting and participants ...
 Trials1 month ago

New Kid on the Block Tilts the Authority Scales

The nation is still grappling with the merits and demerits of the Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP), especially its implications as a politically driven public sector programme that would have hitherto been a normal bureaucratic initiative, planned ...
 Sunday Standard Botswana2 months ago

Kensington and Chelsea Patients First In UK To Get Tailored Help To Beat Type 2 Diabetes

Five boroughs in NWL are in the initial wave of sites ready to offer the world's first nationwide Diabetes Prevention Programme. Patients living in Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hounslow and Ealing at high risk of ...
 NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group2 months ago

Playing with water: Karnataka's controversial river rejuvenation plan

Recently, Art of Living Foundation (AOL) head Sri Sri Ravi Shankar visited the dry Manjara riverbed in Latur, Maharashtra. AOL's project Jal Jagruti Abhiyaan has been trying to rejuvenate water sources there by dredging dry riverbeds with heavy ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago

Pharma quality assurance in 21st century: Sharper focus needed on education, training and experience

Ajaz S Hussain , Founder CEO, Insight Advice & Solutions, and President, The National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology & Education (NIPTE), US, opines that there is a need to develop curricula and approaches to develop talent in terms of ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Lethargy In Lebanon OpEd

There are two major and long-standing areas of controversy in Lebanon one political, the other judicial and a casual observer might be forgiven for believing that things were on the move in both. It would be a flawed perception. On the ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago Lethargy in Lebanon  Jerusalem Post1 week ago
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