2018 Q1 Update And Meet Lea – OneSight

2018 Impact Report: ISSUE 1

2018 Q1 / Sustainable

  • Our first sustainable vision center opened in South Africa, giving the access to 200,000 people in the Carletonville community
  • A new vision center in East Timor serving 70,000 people
  • New school-based vision centers in the US giving approx. 570,000 students access to clear sight

2018 Q1 / Charitable

  • In the wake of Hurricane Irma, we had our first clinic serving the people of Antigua and Barbuda
  • And 10 other clinics bringing 7,151 people access to eye care

Meet lea

Lea was one of the patients we helped at our recent clinic in Antigua and Barbuda. She needed glasses and even had a prescription, but her family couldn’t afford to buy a pair. Hear why clear sight is so important to her in her own words:

“When I grow up I want to become an obstetrician, a person who helps women deliver babies and take care of the babies. Having this pair of glasses will help me become an obstetrician by reading—if I’m in the back of the class and the board is far away from me, I will be able to read the information that I need to become an obstetrician.”

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Eye exams in Antigua 2018

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The entire Antigua 2018 CREW

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