Seeing Clear Possible
Bridging the Visual Divide
Moving to Action
Substantially increase investment in providing eyeglasses to improve educational outcomes, increase productivity and stimulate the global economy.
Correcting people’s vision with eyeglasses advances socioeconomic development. Vision correction for children, for example, has been proven to lead to better test scores and
improved academic performance in primary school for those affected,1 thereby increasing the chance of having a better educated populace. For adults, correcting vision represents an even more immediate economic return by supporting increased productivity of the working poor. This also allows adults to remain in the workforce for a longer period of time and can help overcome illiteracy.
Sustainability and personalisation are the top two trends that eyewear customers are responding
Eyeglasses increase productivity, sustain income earning potential, improve learning, and make each one drive staying safe on the roads and in their homes. With eyeglasses, everyone can see well and do well.
The ability to see clearly is simply a necessity to live and work safely and productively. It’s just that simple,
& Education Outcomes
Social and Economic Gains