Projet financé

Improvement of eye health in Mozambique

Maputo - Mozambique

Mozambique has a population of 28 million inhabitants of which more than 150,000 people suffer from blindness and 500,000 have eye problems, but only has 11 ophthalmologists (1 per 3 million people).

Financé grâce à:
  • Donateurs
  • Montant total financé
    • Cottet Clients 3.444€
  • Bénéficiaires directs 8

    Les personnes qui ont été naturellement bénéficiées par les actions développées dans le projet.

  • Bénéficiaires indirects 2.000

    Les personnes identifiables, qui reçoivent l’effet potentiel des actions menées dans le projet.



  • Personnel 3.444€
  • Total 3.444€


According to the WHO (World Health Organization), 80% (4 out of 5 people) who suffer from vision problems are curable or preventable.Therefore, with its VISION2020 program, it aims to eliminate avoidable blindness in the world by proposing precise actions, such as having visual health professionals. In Mozambique, they only have 1 ophthalmologist for every 3 Million inhabitants, while here we have 1 for every 12,000 inhabitants.

With this objective, Ocularis, through its program, trains ophthalmologists and opticians so that they can cure their illnesses by themselves and transmit their knowledge to the new generations of doctors. Because training is the key to the development of a country, Ocularis work with this line.


  • Provide training in eye health to the medical staff of the Ministry of Health of Mozambique in various hospitals in the country.
  • Prevent future eye diseases through awareness, especially in school.

Qui en bénéficiera ?

8 doctors will be trained to care for thousands of people from all over the country with visual problems and they will undergo surgeries and visual check-ups to children in public primary schools. All these actions will be carried out in the main hospital in the country, the Central Hospital of Maputo.

Objectifs du projet

Improve living conditions and basic medical coverage in Mozambique.

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