Eye health education on campus

With the increasing usage of e-learning, children are used to stare at electronic devices for longer time which place an intolerable strain on developing eyes. To improve eye care education amongst kids, Orbis is building sensible eye care habits via interactive and educational games. Let's open children’s eyes to the wonders of the world.

Raising eyecare awareness in youngsters all over Hong Kong

The earlier tomorrow’s Hongkongers start learning about vision, the healthier the eyes of the world will be! To raise awareness of sight-related issues, Orbis has pioneered a dynamic educational campaign for local kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools. In addition to subjects from the World Health Organization (WHO), topics covered include how supporting Orbis will stop needless blindness from destroying lives in the world’s poorest countries.

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Exhibition materials

  • Global Blindness Status and Introductory Exhibition Board (0.8m x 2m)
  • Inflatable Flying Eye Hospital Display (5m x 5m)
  • Easy banner on Orbis themed visals
  • "Vision 2020" Cube Display (0.5m x 0.5m)
  • Donation box

Printed materials (Open to download)

Join our Eye Health Education platform

Blind children from remote corners of the world’s poorest nations not only lack educational opportunities, they frequently die because they are deprived of the essential nutrients and family care most young Hongkongers take for granted. Orbis is doing its utmost to prevent such tragedies from happening by consolidating ophthalmic medical news and patient stories from both Hong Kong and around the world across its "Orbis Campus" social media platforms. All parents and teachers are welcome to follow us!

Host a FREE Orbis eyecare talk at your school

Designed to enhance students’ eye health and knowledge of eye diseases, our eyecare talks are tailored for the following developmental stages:

  • Understand eyes structure and difficulty when losing sight
  • Introduce some common eye diseases on childrenEducate eye health knowledge and eyecare tips
  • Learn more Orbis's work around the world

Eyecare talk for Kindergartens and primary schools

  • Topic (1): Why eye allergies cause constant rubbing, blinking and watery eyes
  • Topic (2): Ultraviolet light: Is it good or bad for our eyes?
  • Topic (3): The three 2020 rules for myopia prevention
  • Topic (4): Does being cross-eyed and wall-eyed affect one’s vision?
  • Topic (5): Why droopy and asymmetrical eyes may mean ptosis
  • Topic (6): Why do some people’s eyes become lazy?

Eyecare talk for Junior High School & Senior Primary

  • Topic (1) How excessive video gaming dries one’s eyes
  • Topic (2) How study-caused migraines can cause blindness
  • Topic (3) Eyes need your help

Like to host an Orbis eyecare talk at your school? Then please choose a date, specify your area of interest, download and return a completed application form and we’ll do the rest. Find out more by contacting the Orbis Campus Team on 2508 7026 or [email protected]

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Full service on-campus fundraising assistance

Orbis respectfully urges all local schools to nurture good eyecare habits amongst the next generation of Hongkongers! Should your teachers wish to organize any kind of eyecare fundraising activity, we’ll be delighted to provide you with assistance covering everything from teaching materials to collecting donations! What better way to ensure your pupils fulfill their social responsibilities than helping them to bring hope in sight for visually impaired people everywhere!

“Successfully running a business means way more than simply meeting clients and managing staff. As an employer I seek out student applicants who’ve acquired their knowledge from practical experience and can apply what they have learnt in not only advancing in their career but also fulfilling their social responsibilities by actively giving back to society."

Mr. Danny Shum

Heung To Middle School (Tin Shui Wai)

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Phone number: 25087026 Ms. Cheng