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Botswana set to become first country in the world to provide eye health services to a generation

The Government of Botswana celebrated its progress in bringing vision to an entire generation of schoolchildren at a special event hosted by the British High Commission in Gaborone on Thursday 19 October.

Peek Vision joins forces with leading disability charity to roll out new sight-saving technology

253 million people worldwide are visually impaired or blind. 80% could be helped with simple solutions like the provision of glasses or cataract surgery. But to find and treat many with sight loss, new technologies are needed.

Vision for the Commonwealth: New campaign launched to bring vision to everyone, everywhere

Over the next six months, Peek, The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Sightsavers, The Fred Hollows Foundation, Clearly and the International Coalition for Trachoma Control will work to raise awareness of this issue and unite Governments, advocates, service providers and supporters to bring vision to everyone, everywhere.

Maria's Story

A story of how simple eye care, delivered with compassion completely transformed the lives of one family.

Peek receives medical imaging prize from Royal Photographic Society

Andrew Bastawrous, Chief Executive Officer of Peek, has been awarded a prestigious prize for medical imaging and photography in the 2017 Royal Photographic Society (RPS) Awards.

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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.