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WAEH annual meeting 2014

2020-04-24 09:10:13

The next annual meeting of the WAEH will be organized in close cooperation with the Aravind Eye Care System. We welcome you to India!

For more information: flyer.

Today we are very happy to confirm the dates and location for this next meeting– so please save them in your agenda:

Location: Aravind Eye Care System, India.

Dates:

Tuesday 21 January – Meeting starts with a welcome reception program – 18:00hrs.

Saturday 25 January: last day.

Would you like to attend this meeting? More information: maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

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