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Orbis International is an international non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to saving sight worldwide. Orbis programs focus on the prevention of blindness and the treatment of blinding eye diseases in developing countries.

(What does "Orbis" stand for? What is the meaning of "Orbis'? Thank you.)

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  1. Orbison is simply the name of this company. Someone probably chose this name because of the word 'orb' in Latin. Look up 'orb' here: www.etymonline.com to see origin history.

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