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About 478 results for "national blindness control programme"

Harsh Vardhan to tone up implementation of NPCB

Union Health Minister Dr Harsha Vardhan has decided to review the progress of the National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB) with a view to toning up its implementation. Speaking at a function held to mark the World Sight Day here ..., 2 months ago
Health minister reviews blindness control Times of India, 2 months ago

6 images for national blindness control programme

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, 18 hours ago
Down to Earth, 1 month ago
MDLinx, 1 month ago
Irish Examiner, 1 month ago
Focus Bulgaria, 1 month ago
ABP Live, 2 months ago
ABP Live

Government to review programme for control of blindness

The National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB) will be reviewed to check its implementation and progress, union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has said. NPCB was launched in 1976 as a fully funded scheme of the Centre to reduce the prevalence of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Sheer will, thought boost eye donations  Times of India1 month ago Bangalore: Government to review programme for control of blindness  Mangalorean2 months ago Govt to promote eye donation  Business Standard2 months ago
The Nation Nigeria

Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Camp on 15th Nov

14th Nov is observed as World Diabetic Day. On this occasion under National Programme for control of Blindness (A&N Islands), a diabetic screening camp for known diabetic patients and other retina patients will be conducted in the Eye Section, G.B.
 The Echo Of India1 month ago Hospital, Sanofi partner on diabetes management  The Nation Nigeria3 weeks ago Diabetes: Living the sweet life month ago World Diabetes Day: Living with Diabetes  Western Cape Government1 month ago

Officials Discuss Progress and Obstacles of River Blindness

Luanda — The Director of APOC (African Programme for Onchocerciasis Control), Jean-Baptiste Roungou, spoke Tuesday with the Minister of Health, José Van-Dunem, on progress and obstacles to the elimination of this disease in the country. The ...
 AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago

The Sleazy World Health Organisation (and Friends) are at it Again…

Attached file (6 pages) Covert Birth Control Vaccine Programmes in Africa: Here we go Again… Quotes from Article Catholic bishops in Kenya issued a press release last month questioning their government's internationally-funded tetanus ...
 Uncensored Magazine3 weeks ago

Blind date with Labour

For the Nationalist Party, the power station issue is not one of timeliness but timing. Before and after the last general election, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat repeatedly tied the reduction of energy tariffs with the commissioning of the new power ...
 Times of Malta2 months ago

Thalassaemia on the blind spot? Call to improve prevention, treatment and care

Shobha Shukla, Citizen News Service - CNS "It is not only about preventing new births of thalassemic infants; about chelation, about blood transfusion and about availability of services needed; but also about preventing complications related to ...
 Mangalorean3 days ago Thalassaemia on the blind spot Call to improve prevention, treatment and care  SahiOnline2 days ago

Question Time Live - As It Happened

Key points - David Dimbleby presents Question Time from Canterbury in Kent - Programme broadcast at 22:35 on BBC One - Tonight's panellists: UKIP Nigel Farage; comedian Russell Brand - Labour's shadow international development secretary ...
 BBC6 days ago
International Business Times UK

CIA Torture Report: British government was complicit and turned a blind eye, says David Davis

Senior Tory claimed the UK government operated a secret policy of complicity in torture after 9/11(Getty) The British government turned a blind eye to the CIA's torture of suspected Islamic militants and operated a secret policy of complicity in ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago

ROP affects about 30-50 per cent of premature babies in India

On completion of 15 years of the retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) screening programme, LV Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) rededicated its teams in Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam to further expand the newborn eye screening ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
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