Greetings from Sound Hearing 2030!
We thank you once again for participating in the SOUND HEARING 2030-1st World Congress on Ear and Hearing Care held from 12th - 14th February 2015 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India.
We are confident that the Congress has proven to be a meeting point for launch and strengthening of different initiatives and ideas towards effective delivery of primary ear and hearing care along with advancements in the field with affordable high tech care in your respective countries.
We arranged a stimulating and memorable scientific program which consisted hands on training, invited talks and demonstrations, interactive educative debates and academic sessions along with best of classical Indian hospitality during the congress.
Let us take this opportunity to convey our sincere thanks to one and all for taking out time from your busy schedule to attend SOUND HEARING 2030- 1st World Congress on Ear and Hearing Care from different parts of the World.
Our profound thanks are due to our collaborators CBM, WHO, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Ministry of Culture & Tourism, Indian Council of Medical Research, Maulana Azad Medical College, Industry Partners and our esteemed faculty & participants for their efforts in the success of this event.
It was indeed a great honour to have you with us and we look forward to similar association in future also.
Finally it just remains for us you had safe journey back home.
With heartiest regards,
|Dr. A.K. Agarwal
|Dr. Suneela Garg
|Dr. Bulantrisna Djelantik
COO, Sound Hearing 2030
Vision: To improve the quality of life in the Asian Region by including in developmental programs the RIGHT TO BETTER HEARING.
Mission: To eliminate avoidable hearing impairment by the year 2030 through development of sustainable and inclusive ear and hearing care systems.
Goal: The Goal of the SOUND HEARING 2030 program is to reduce avoidable hearing impairment to 50% by 2015 and 90% by the year 2030.
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