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AL MAFRAQ — MARCH 11 – 20, 2019

Comprehensive quality vision care to 2,500 refugees who escaped the conflict in Syria and sought asylum in Jordan.

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AL MAFRAQ — MARCH 11 – 20, 2019

Comprehensive quality vision care to 2,500 refugees who escaped the conflict in Syria and sought asylum in Jordan.

Join our cause.

Donate Today

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Imagine trying to navigate a foreign country with blurry vision. Help put their world in focus.

 

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Lack of access can manifest in a number of ways. Children often don’t realize that they have a vision problem, and without a proper screening, many go undiagnosed. For others the eye care center may be too far or expensive. At OneSight, we define lack of access as:

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COLUMNS BELOW ARE HIDDEN

 

When OneSight piloted its first sustainable vision center in The Gambia, there was only 1 optometrist to serve the entire country of 1.8 million people. Since then, we’ve opened 7 permanent vision centers, a central manufacturing lab, and have created 84 new local jobs, which provide vision care access to all Gambians.

Help us bring vision care to those without access.

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MEET AMEER

PATIENT STORY

Ameer’s father describes him as very intelligent with a wonderful sense of humor and says he wants to be a doctor when he grows up…
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VOLUNTEER REPORT

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When our 52 volunteers arrived each morning, hundreds of people were already waiting in line to be seen…
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MEET AYAH

PATIENT STORY

When Ayah began her vision screening at our Jordan OneSight clinic, she cried at the visual acuities station because she was scared and because it was her first time in a hospital…
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Since 1996, we’ve been helping people in Cincinnati, OH—where we’re headquartered—see clearly

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As part of our ongoing goal to #HelpTheWorldSee, we’ve expanded our reach to serve displaced populations in Tanzania, Colombia, Thailand and Jordan. These people have faced countless daily challenges and originated from nations such as The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Venezuela, Myanmar and Syria.

IN TANZANIA PEOPLE ARE SEEKING REFUGE FROM CONFLICT IN THE DCR AND BURUNDI.
THE COUNTRY HOSTS OVER 300,000 REFUGEES.

ALONG THE THAILAND-MYANMAR BORDER THERE ARE between 2 to 3 million DISPLACED PEOPLE.

IN COLOMBIA, there are currently over 1.1 million
Venezuelan refugees, and that number is expected to grow.

SINCE THE START OF THE SYRIAN CIVIL WAR, MORE THAN HALF OF THE COUNTRY’S POPULATION HAS BEEN DISPLACED. MANY OF THESE PEOPLE ARE SEEKING REFUGE IN JORDAN.

HALF & HALF

PEOPLE WORLDWIDE
LACK ACCESS TO EYE CARE

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PEOPLE WORLDWIDE
LACK ACCESS TO EYE CARE

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