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Elimination & Prevention

Building Capacity

India Women apart of the International Cataract Program

International Cataract Program

There are 43 million people in the world who are blind, and the majority of this blindness is due to cataracts. By supporting low-cost, high-volume cataract surgeries we are increasing a person’s opportunity for good health and economic productivity.
Young women apart of the Certified Ophthalmic Paramedic Program

Certified Ophthalmic Paramedic Program

The shortage of trained eye care professionals is one of the major obstacles facing eye care programs and global health worldwide. These mid-level health care providers are the key to building capacity in low-income countries.
Child helped through the International Pediatric Program

International Pediatric Program

Nearly 80% of learning takes place visually. Supporting early screening and proper treatment is one of the most effective ways to combat childhood blindness, giving children the opportunity to learn and thrive.
Hospital built through CBI's Eye Care Infrastructure program

Eye Care Infrastructure

Many low-income countries lack the infrastructure to provide effective eye care, particularly in rural areas. By establishing surgical centers, we are bringing eye care to the doorsteps of the rural poor.

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