Vision For Life


Partnering to bring good vision to rural Ethiopia

Improve a child’s sight and you can help improve their ability to learn. That’s why Vision Aid Overseas (VAO) and Vision for Life (VFL) have renewed their partnership to increase access to vision care services for disadvantaged communities in rural Southern Ethiopia.  With a population of approximately 99.4 million people, Ethiopia is the second most populated country in Africa after Nigeria. […]


Shining a light on importance of vision care in Africa

For developing nations, eye care is a vital step towards improving education and economic growth. Yet vision still remains low on the list of healthcare priorities for many countries. Two recent initiatives in Africa led by Vision For Life, Essilor’s strategic giving fund, have helped over 2,000 people to see clearly and are part of a long-term objective to bring […]


Making a difference for children in Nairobi

Last month Vision for Life, Essilor’s strategic giving fund, supported its first project in Kenya and agreed on a long-term partnership with the local Lions Club to bring good vision to children living in a nation where 8 million people cannot see clearly. Kenya is the fastest growing economy in Eastern Africa and the World Bank’s most […]


Our Children’s Vision: a unique coalition to tackle a global problem

Launched earlier this year by the Brien Holden Vision Institute and Essilor’s Vision For Life fund, the Our Children’s Vision campaign is gaining ground. Over 50 partners have now joined this unique coalition which aims to accelerate and expand access to eye health services for children all over the world. Watch representatives of the campaign’s co-founders and partners such as the Essilor Vision […]


Sharing a common vision of respect and solidarity in Rio

While athletes from around the world competed at the Olympic Games in Rio last month, Vision For Life, Essilor’s strategic giving fund, joined hands with French non-profit organization Sport’ A Vie to show 120 young people from underprivileged suburbs of Paris just how difficult it is for some Brazilian communities to have access to basic vision care, offering 28 orphans […]

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