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Three children recently had their eyesight saved thanks to the diagnostics and treatment provided at our Center of Excellence for the Prevention of Childhood Blindness in Yerevan.

The second part of the AECP-CHLA 18th International Conference – dedicated to neonatology and pediatrics – will start Monday February 15 and continue to Thursday February 18 through a series of online events free for participants all over the world.

What has the Armenian EyeCare Project accomplished in its nearly 30 years of service in Armenia? Check out the infographic our team put together to see all that our organization has done since it was founded in 1992.

On September 27, 2020, Azerbaijan launched violent attacks on Karabakh (also known as Artsakh), targeting Armenian civilians and propelling Armenia’s military to act. Like many others in our community, these attacks have left me both heartbroken and driven to help.

On September 27, early in the morning, Azerbaijan launched violent attacks along the border of Artsakh.

Registration for the AECP-CHLA 18th International Conference is now open! If you’d like to attend the virtual conference, you can do so in three easy steps.

Mobile Eye Hospital

Our Mobile Eye Hospital has restarted its regular activities in the regions of Armenia following four long months of COVID-19 related restrictions. All necessary precautions are in place to protect both doctors and patients while we provide much-needed eye care services to Armenia’s population.

Dear Friends, As we watch the COVID-19 pandemic continue to sweep around the globe, we are reminded daily that this is a time of incredible complexity for everyone. The wide breadth of the COVID-19 impact includes devastating secondary effects on the lives of many families, especially in developing countries. Many governments worldwide are struggling to […]

As we look to nearly 30 years of service in Armenia, the AECP is pleased to welcome our four newest board members to our Board of Directors who will help facilitate our success for years to come.

Big hearts come in small packages! Last year, seven-year-old Ziva Bodenschatz received a school assignment: find a way to improve her community and write an official letter to a local agency. She decided that she would like to help people –especially children – see.

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