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Our Research


Epidemiological Study on Childhood Blindness, Indonesia

The aim of this study of severely visually impaired of blind children is to identify the main anatomical site and underlying aetiology of blindness; to identify all preventable and treatable causes (i.e. avoidable causes) and to explore variation by socio-demographic variables. Read more…


Bangladesh Cerebral Palsy Register

Bangladesh Cerebral Palsy Register (BCPR)

BCPR is a collaborative project between CSF Global, Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation and the University of Sydney, Australia. BCPR aims to develop a platform for a national Cerebral Palsy Register in Bangladesh to facilitate studies on prevalence, severity, aetiology, associated impairments and risk factors for CP in Bangladesh. Read more…

Infectious Causes of Childhood Disability

The purpose of this study was to identify the contribution of infectious aetiologies to major childhood disabilities in Bangladesh. Read more…

Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness (RAAB)

Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness (RAAB) is a simple and rapid survey methodology that can provide data on the prevalence and causes of avoidable blindness. Read more…

Childhood Disability Study

The priority of this study was to develop a methodology for developing countries like Bangladesh to identify children with disabilities while also gathering useful epidemiological data on childhood disabilities in Bangladesh using the Key Informant Method (KIM). Read more…

Childhood Blindness Project Bangladesh (CBPB)

The Bangladesh Childhood Blindness Project was an extensive collaborative field research undertaken by a group of ophthalmologists, eye care workers, social workers, experienced eye care program planners and civil society members. Read more…