Helping the world see clearly so that everyone can realise their full potential.

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What does seeing clearly mean to the people who can’t?

Seeing clearly means

2.5 billion people suffer from poor vision without access to treatment. Clear vision would allow everyone to lead independent lives where they are able to work, support their families, and escape poverty.


Seeing clearly means

More than 800 million children need their vision corrected. Clear vision allows a child to get the most out of their education and gain the skills they need to build a better future.


Seeing clearly means

Poor vision is estimated to cost the global economy $3 trillion every year. Clear vision unlocks human potential and can help to propel developing nations forward.


Seeing clearly is

We’re on a mission to help the world see clearly. Poor vision is a global problem that has been ignored for far too long. We know how to fix it and we already have the solution - glasses. If you care, world leaders will care. So please use your voice - when we all shout together, we can be heard.

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Some of the benefits of being able to see clearly are obvious, but you might be surprised by how clear vision can help to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges.

In fact, that’s the reason we’re committed to helping the world see clearly. We believe clear vision is the golden thread of development.