World Hearing Day 2022: Date, Theme, History and Significance : March 3 is observed as World Hearing Day to raise awareness on preventing deafness and hearing loss. It is also observed to promote ear and hearing care across the world. The World Health Organisation (WHO) sets a theme and prepares materials like brochures, flyers, posters, banners and presentations to educate people about the day.
The WHO, on March 3 in 2007,observed World Hearing Day for the first time. In 2016, they decided to declare this day as World Hearing Day. It was known as International Ear Care Day before that. Communication is a fundamental human right and people with disorders and difficulties find it difficult to connect. Across the world, 360 million people suffer from disabling hearing loss. Educating people and teaching them about their rights will help them.
WORLD HEARING DAY 2022: THEME
This year, the WHO set “to hear for life, listen with care” as the theme for World Hearing Day. They will focus on the importance and means of hearing loss prevention through safe listening as means of maintaining good hearing through out the life. In 2021, WHO launched a World report on hearing which highlighted the increasing number of people living at risk of hearing loss.
On World Hearing Day 2022, WHO will focus on the importance of safe listening as a means of maintaining good hearing across the life course. In 2021, WHO launched the World report on hearing that highlighted the increasing number of people living with and at risk of hearing loss. It highlighted noise control as one of the seven key H.E.A.R.I.N.G. interventions and stressed the importance of mitigating exposure to loud sounds.
The World Hearing Day 2022 with the theme “To hear for life, listen with care” will focus on the importance and means of hearing loss prevention through safe listening, with the following key messages:
- It is possible to have good hearing across the life course through ear and hearing care
- Many common causes of hearing loss can be prevented, including hearing loss caused by exposure to loud sounds
- ‘Safe listening’ can mitigate the risk of hearing loss associated with recreational sound exposure
- WHO calls upon governments, industry partners and civil society to raise awareness for and implement evidence-based standards that promote safe listening
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