Quadrant2Design donate five new banners to Orbis UK

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The international blindness prevention charity, Orbis UK, has received a donation of five new banners from the Poole-based exhibition stand contractors, Quadrant2Design.

Orbis International's five banners depict a series of hard-hitting images, showing the work they do around the world.

International blindness prevention charity Orbis gives communities across the world access to quality eye care, transforming lives and restoring vision for those who need it most.

Since 1982, the organisation alongside its partners, has trained more than 325,000 doctors and nurses across countries including Bangladesh, Nepal, Vietnam, Ethiopia and Peru. This has resulted in over 23.3 million treatments and surgeries worldwide, transforming the lives of millions.

As part of their charitable giving campaign, Poole-based exhibition stand specialists Quadrant2Design, have donated five custom banners to the charity, to be used as promotional tools around the UK.

The portable, modular banners depict a series of hard hitting images, showing just some of the work that Orbis undertakes around the world. This includes their unique training facility, the Flying Eye Hospital, which features an operating theatre and lecture theatre on board a DC-10 Aircraft.

The Flying Eye Hospital is a one of a kind educational tool where volunteer ophthalmologists, nurses, and anaesthetists from the UK and around the world, share their skills with local eye care teams to enable them to reach more people with preventable blindness within their own communities.

You can discover more about Orbis at http://www.orbis.org.uk, follow the organisation on twitter via: @UKORBIS, and like the Orbis Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ORBISUK.

For more information about Quadrant2Design, or for a free design proposal, contact designteam(at)quadrant2design(dot)com.

Contact communications(at)orbis(dot)org.uk with any Orbis queries.

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