NOBODY CAN SOLVE THIS ALONE
We develop partnerships with NGOs, social entrepreneurs and national governments to gain better understanding of local needs and barriers and create a vision care infrastructure that will be sustainable in the long-term. By pooling our knowledge, experience and resources we can achieve greater positive impact together.
We are also proud to have joined forces with two global alliances of multi-stakeholder partners who are all passionate about expanding access to good visual health.
African Vision Research
The African Vision Research Institute (AVRI) is committed to contributing to good eye health practices on the African continent through sound research and evidence generation that leads to change in policy.
Bangalore West Lions
Superspeciality Eye Hospital
Bangalore West Lions Superspeciality Eye Hospital was started in 1984 to conquer blindness and provide outstanding ophthalmological services to the less fortunate at affordable tariff. Their Eye Bank is a member of the International Federation of Eye Banks, U.S.A.
Essilor is co-signatory of this jointly authored report that stresses the urgent need for a global alliance between donors, multilateral institutions, multinational corporations, and leading eye health NGOs dedicated to increase access to eyeglasses for the 2.7 billion people who can’t see properly.
FIA – Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile
FIA is a global organization that promotes motor sport as well as safe, sustainable and accessible mobility for all road users. It has 245 member clubs , representing over 80 million road users in 144 countries. FIA president, Jean Todt, is a UN Special Envoy for Road Safety.
Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital & Research Centre
Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital and Research Center (IGEHRC) was established by the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust (RGCT), a not-for-profit organization, in 2006 to address a crucial requirement for quality and affordable eye care and eliminate curable blindness in Northern India.
India Vision Institute (IVI) is a not-for-profit registered trust with a vision to promote excellence in vision care delivery in India. It is a joint initiative of the LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad and Brien Holden Vision Institute, Sydney.
DEG (Entrepreneurial Development Cooperation) is one of the largest European development finance institutions that has been financing and structuring the investments of companies for more than 50 years in developing and transition countries, contributing to sustainable development in all sectors of the economy.
Our Children’s Vision
Our Children’s Vision is a first-of-its-kind global coalition with the aim of expanding access to eye health services to 50 million children by 2020. Co-founded by the Brien Holden Vision Institute and Essilor’s Vision For Life fund, the campaign has already garnered the support of over 50 organizations.
Peek Vision is a social enterprise that works to bring better vision and health to everyone by developing technology and partnerships that create sustainable access to e ye care. Peek uses its funds to build e ye care capacity in low- and middle-income countries by supporting people, knowledge and tools.
The Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust
The Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust was established in 1967 to tackle the problems of poverty in India, especially amongst young children. From its humble origins as a family institution, it has grown rapidly; today its projects focus on health and education in both India and other developing countries. Its emphasis is on assisting children, youths and the disabled so they can look forward to a new day, one free of hunger, suffering, abuse and poverty.
Salud Digna provides diagnostic services that are accessible to low-income Mexicans, enabling patients to seek early treatment and avoid costly medical interventions. It offers laboratory tests, diagnostic tests, radiology screening, and optical exams.