Today, an estimated 253 million people live with vision impairment around the world and 36 million of them are blind.
But you can help change this. One person at a time.
In countries like Cambodia, Nepal, Guatemala, and other developing nations around the world, there are students who struggle to see the chalkboard and read the pages of their textbooks holding them back from continuing to learn and thrive. Other people require more complex care, like surgery, but can’t be properly diagnosed and treated because of a lack of access to services, poor infrastructure, or cost.