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

World Council of Optometry backs children’s vision.

Movements are successful when the groundswell of support overwhelms the barriers to access of care, and that is exactly what we are trying to achieve here.

By: Dr. Scott Mundle, World Council of Optometry, President

Are you ready? Be ready.

Children are standing up, standing together and raising their voices for the disadvantaged amongst them. We cannot think of a more worthy challenge, or one we are more proud to support.

By: The Our Children's Vision Team

Children’s Vision: Why Does it Count?

Saving our children’s vision may seem like a daunting task, but together we have the possibility of ensuring a more literate and capable society if we simply break down barriers to vision care for our children. On this World Sight Day, and every day, let’s make vision count.

By: Kristan Gross, Vision Impact Institute, Global Executive Director




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