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ELIMINATING POOR VISION IN A GENERATION: What will it take to eliminate uncorrected refractive errors by 2050?

Posted By Lauren Weiner, Aspen Institute, Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Updated: Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Eliminating Poor Vision in a Generation: What will it take to eliminate uncorrected refractive errors by 2050?
by Essilor See Change

This report seeks to define the scale of the vision care crisis, as it relates to uncorrected refractive errors, and proposes key priorities, actions and investment needed to sustainably address it.  Uncorrected poor vision is the world's most widespread unaddressed disability, affecting one in three people, 90 percent of whom live in the developing world at the base of the pyramid.  Essilor provides an evidence based plan which clarifies what it will take to eliminate refractive errors by 2050.  

Read full report here. 

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