BALI VILLAGE PROGRAMS

BALI VILLAGE PROGRAMS

The JFF team continued its work in Bali villages and at its headquarters, including 10 village programs in May and June, during which 2,186 people with eye problems were screened, 1,293 with visual problems were given glasses, 554 were treated for infections and 69...
OFFSHORE PROGRAMS – PROBOLINGGO, TARAKAN, MAUMERE, JEMBER

OFFSHORE PROGRAMS – PROBOLINGGO, TARAKAN, MAUMERE, JEMBER

Reaching more people living in remote areas, we held four offshore programs in July and August – two in East Java (Probolinggo and Jember), one in Tarakan, North Kalimantan, and one in Maumere, Flores. In these locations a total of 8,831 people with eye problems were...
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER – PROFESSOR BILL MORGAN

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER – PROFESSOR BILL MORGAN

JFF Ophthalmic Consultant, Professor Bill Morgan from Perth, WA, visited Bali in the beginning of July. During his visit Professor Morgan was inaugurated as a Visiting Professor by the University of Udayana Faculty of Ophthalmology at Sanglah Hospital, becoming the...
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER – DAVID YATES

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER – DAVID YATES

The JFF team welcomed David Yates who gave a training session to upgrade the team’s accuracy of biometry measurements. David has conducted several training sessions over the years and we thank him for his valuable contribution....
NEW PARTNERSHIP: ESSILOR VISION FOUNDATION

NEW PARTNERSHIP: ESSILOR VISION FOUNDATION

JFF is very pleased to announce a new partnership with Essilor Vision Foundation, where Essilor has undertaken to provide free glasses for JFF’s Bali village eye screening programs in an initial trial period for six months. With our total annual glasses distribution...

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