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Peek Vision powers partners with solutions to improve the delivery of eye care in low-resource settings. By improving access to eye health, more people can receive the treatment they need.

This page contains case studies and resources demonstrating the impact of Peek and our alignment with global efforts to provide universal eye care. 

Peek Vision: Making the invisible, visible
Learn more about who we are and what we do through our brochure.
Peek perspective: Towards 100% effective eye care coverage
Drawing on a decade of Peek’s experience, this paper highlights how better actions, based on data, can lead to better services.
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2022 Annual Review
The Peek Vision Foundation annual review for the year ending 31 December 2022.
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Vision Impact Project, Kenya
See how our technology has helped reach more than a million people in the first year of this major project led by our anchor partner, CBM.
Video: Kiyasi's story
In this short film, we hear from some of the people using Peek in an eye health programme in Zimbabwe and some of the people who have benefitted from the eye health programme.
Spotlight on CBM
A two page document highlighting our partnership with CBM Christian Blind Mission, which has been active since 2018.

Why it matters: James and Tenbani's story
In this case study, James and his wife Tembani tell us how he benefited from the CBM-Peek programme working in partnership with Zimbabwe Council for the Blind.
2021 annual review
The latest Peek Vision Foundation annual review for the year ending 31 Dec 2021.

Research: School Eye Health Rapid Assessment
SEHRA (School Eye Health Rapid Assessment) is a new tool being developed to aid planning for school eye health programmes.
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Video: Introducing Peek Vision

A short video explaining how Peek powers school and community eye health programmes to make unmet eye health needs visible.
Research: Increasing access to eye care services using Peek
A briefing on research that shows how Peek used in the community can increase appropriate uptake of eye health services.
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Research: Smartphone-guided clinical algorithms
A briefing on a research study into an app allowing non-specialists to accurately identify and refer patients to eye care services.
UHC Indicators: What is the role of Peek?

Our paper exploring the World Health Organisation's eye health indicators and how Peek tools support them.
The Peek approach to measuring and creating impact
Our paper detailing our key metrics and how Peek systems provide programmes with robust data for improved impact.
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Peek brochure

A short introduction to our work.

A woman holding up a smartphone showing the Peek Acuity visual acuity test app
Peek Acuity: uses and limitations for remote healthcare
This document explains the use and limitations of Peek Acuity for eye health practitioners who are exploring ways to assess vision remotely.
2016 annual report
Peek Vision Foundation annual report year ending 31 Dec 2016.

2018 annual report

Peek Vision Foundation annual report year ending 31 Dec 2018.

2019 annual report

Peek Vision Foundation annual report year ending 31 Dec 2019.

Case Study: School eye health in Kenya

A case study about the impact of Peek solutions in a school eye health programme in Trans Nzoia county, Kenya.
Case study: Community eye health in Pakistan
A case study highlighting the impact of a community eye health programme in Talagang, Pakistan, using Peek solutions.
2017 annual report

Peek Vision Foundation annual report year ending 31 Dec 2017.

Front cover of the Peek Vision 2020 annual review
2020 annual review

Peek Vision Foundation annual review year ending 31 Dec 2020.

36 million people worldwide are blind.  Four in five of them could keep their sight with simple surgery or treatment.  Millions more can't see clearly, yet need no more than a simple pair of glasses.  We won't stop until everyone has been linked to the treatment and services they need.