A day for the children of Africa

On Day of the African Child, we take pause to think about the voices of children in Africa - our future leaders, artists, parents and the ones who will be ensuring the economic life of African communities and countries. We must make every effort to remove any barriers that hinder their ability to reach their full potential.

By: Petronella Nichols, Africa Regional Director, Brien Holden Vision Institute

New guidelines aim to standardise eye care available in schools.

School health programs are a unique opportunity to make sure over 700 million children have access to health care services – including eye health. The IAPB has adopted a set of guidelines that will help ensure they receive a standardized quality of eye care – regardless of their location.

By: The Our Children’s Vision Team

Why no one should be left behind

Eye health has the potential to become one of the largest health interventions in modern history. We are at a point where no country can afford to leave anyone behind.

By: Nicola Chevis, CEO, Vision Aid Overseas

Good vision for children…a first step to reduce inequalities.

Reducing inequalities starts by giving children equal opportunities. Sadly, these opportunities too often depend on the quality of education a child receives, and giving a child equal learning opportunities can start with something as simple as making sure they can see well.

By: Vision for Life

Page 1 of 8

GLOBAL FOUNDERS

founding

GLOBAL SUPPORTERS

global supporters

GLOBAL DONORS

global donors

ABOUT INFORMATION