Early identification and treatment can stop a disability from worsening, and in many cases, can reverse it altogether.
All it takes is reaching the people who need care in good time.
It is estimated that 60% of childhood hearing loss is preventable. In most cases, timely treatment can prevent permanent damage to young ears.
‘We take ENT health screening and treatment to poor and remote schools because we have this great opportunity and responsibility to prevent a lot of human suffering.’Sonita Pong, IMPACT Cambodia health worker