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What Peek does

Peek Vision is a social enterprise that powers eye health programme providers to strengthen systems and service delivery with a software and data intelligence platform. By 2050, we aim to prevent 1.25 billion people from needlessly losing their eyesight. 

With Peek, eye health providers can identify gaps and inequalities in their services.  People who would have been invisible to health workers or hard to reach are made visible so that nobody is left behind.

We offer partners: 

  1. Population-level eye health surveys & tools to understand prevalence rates and aid programme design
  2. Screening and data capture by anyone, anywhere, using a clinically validated vision screening app 
  3.  Scalable programme design and continuous optimisation 
  4. Powerful software to monitor journeys to care to produce actionable insights  

This approach enables our partners to design programmes with multiple stakeholders engaged and with a population-level approach, continuously improve their programmes and track patients’ journeys to care using our data intelligence platform.

Our research is published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and rigorous evidence is at the heart of everything we do. All of our work is impact-driven, supported by a talented, multidisciplinary team. We are united by the belief that by working together, we can make the invisible, visible in eye health.

“We meet regularly with government officials, CBM and Peek to go through the programme data. The results of these discussions have been transformative for our programme. What we think may work in programme design, doesn’t necessarily translate into real life. Having the data at our fingertips helps us to finesse these problems."

Our strategy
A short summary of what we aim to achieve in the next three years and how we plan to achieve it.
Our solutions
How we help community and school eye health programmes become more efficient, more equitable and more effective.
Our team
Find out more about our incredible staff team, partners and Board of Trustees.

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.