World Hearing Day is a campaign held each year by Office of Prevention of Blindness and Deafness of the World Health Organization (WHO). Activities take place across the globe and an event is hosted at the World Health Organization on March 3. The campaign’s objectives are to share information and promote actions towards the prevention of hearing loss and improved hearing care. The first event was held in 2007. Before 2016 it was known as International Ear Care Day. Each year, the WHO selects a theme, develops educational materials, and makes these freely available in several languages. It also coordinates and reports on events around the globe.
The theme of the campaign for 2021 is Hearing Care for All. The launch of the World Report on Hearing is scheduled for March 3, 2021. It is a global call for action to address hearing loss and ear diseases across the life course.
World Hearing Day 2021: Hearing care for all
3 March 2021
World Hearing Day 2021 marks the launch of the World Report on Hearing, presenting a global call for action to address hearing loss and ear diseases across the life course.
The theme of the World Hearing Day is
Hearing care for ALL!
Screen. Rehabilitate. Communicate
The World Hearing Day 2021 and the World Report on Hearing present a global call for action to address hearing loss and ear diseases across the life course.
The key messages of World Hearing Day 2021 target:
We hope that the World Hearing Day 2021 will be a massive call to action. All sectors can demonstrate their leadership by making this year’s event the largest one the country has ever seen.
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