Evaluation of the Pacific Regional Blindness Prevention Programme
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Australian Agency for International Development commissioned Litmus to undertake an independent evaluation of support to the Pacific Regional Blindness Prevention Programme. Since 2002, the Fred Hollows Foundation New Zealand has been working to prevent and reduce avoidable blindness and vision impairment in the Pacific. In 2008, the MFAT and the AusAID entered into a tripartite agreement to further support and scale-up blindness prevention in the Pacific. The purpose of the evaluation was to provide an overall assessment across the three Programme sites (Fiji, PNG and Timor-Leste).