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Current Projects
1. Nepal Vision Project II There are an estimated 30,240 school aged blind (EFAVI Database Workshop, 2009) and 120,000 low vision (annual report BPEF, 2009) children in Nepal. Of them, onlyabout 5,000 are enrolled in schools (EFAVI Brochure 2009), the remaining are deprived not only of sight but also opportunities for education. Although many of the out-of-school c
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About Us
  B.P. Eye Foundation (BPEF) is a Non-Governmental Organization established in 1991 with the objective of improving the ey
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Recent News
Technical Evaluation of Sealed Tender of 1. Tympanometer 2. Diode Laser 3. Fundus Camera 4. Ventilator have been published on 12th Chaitra, 2070 and its financial document will be opened on 20th Chaitra ,2070 at 11 Am
The Sealed Tender published on 2070, Magh 7 has been postponed and only shortlisted Equipments are purchased through Tender process.
Hearing loss is the primary sensory disability worldwide. WHO estimates that there are 360 million (5.3% of the world’s population) persons in the world with disabling hearing loss. At least half of all cases of hearing loss are avoidable through primary prevention, including healthy ear care practices. Nepal has around 2 million people with disabling hearing loss. Infection of the middle and inner ear are the most common causes for hearing loss. Excessive noise pollution is one of the commonest causes for hearing loss. Traffic police in Nepal are exposed to high level of noise pollution, the protective devices are not commonly worn and the awareness on taking care of ear is low in a Nepalese community. CHEERS plans to celebrate the International Ear Care Day, 2014 by examination and treatment of ear problems among Traffic Police of Bhaktapur District and organizing ear care campaign. Date: 2nd, 3rd and 4th March 2014 Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Venue: CHEERS, Manohara, Bhaktapur