World Hearing Day 2018: Hear the Future


World Hearing Day 2018: Hear the Future

World Hearing Day is held on 3 March each year to raise awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care across the world. 

World Hearing Day 2018: Hear the Future

With the theme “Hear the future”, World Hearing Day 2018 will draw attention to the anticipated increase in the number of people with hearing loss around the world in the coming decades. It will focus on preventive strategies to stem the rise and outline steps to ensure access to the necessary rehabilitation services and communication tools and products for people with hearing loss.

Hear the Future

Hear the Future

The key messages for this event will highlight the:

  • expected rise in prevalence of hearing loss globally over the coming years (based on statistical projections);
  • efforts that are required to stem the rise through appropriate preventive action;
  • need to ensure that people with hearing loss have access to the required rehabilitation services and the communication tools and products they require. (World Health Organization)

INFN Green Pastures Hospital, Pokhara is celebrating World Hearing Day on Saturday, 3rd March 2018. The theme of the event is “Hear the future” . There’s a 5k rally starting 7:45 am from Chipledhunga-via Mahendra Pool, Prithvi Chowk, Indra chowk, Ghale Chowk, Nayagaon and ends at Green Pastures Hospital.

From 10:30 onwards, there will be games for school children, educational talk for general public, invited health institutions and deaf association.

Please join this event, do spread the word of the event. (INFN Green Pastures Hospital)

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