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Peek Botswana celebrates delivery of spectacles to hundreds of school children

“The Peek Botswana programme shows how much can be achieved in a short time by involving a team of partners and that teachers and other non-medics can be successfully trained to use Peek tools.”

Andrew Bastawrous Rolex 2016 LAUREATE

“I accept this award on behalf of a lady called Maria. She’s a young Kenyan mother of three who’d walked for miles on a rumour she’d heard that we were running an eye clinic. When she came we found that she was blind in both eyes."

Peek wins international Design Award

“Peek wins INDEX: Award 2015 partly because the portable, user-friendly, low-cost design solution is one significant step towards achieving the 66th World Health Assembly Action Plan, which aims to achieve a global reduction of avoidable visual impairments of 25 percent by 2019”, said the international INDEX: Award Jury.

Kenya School Screening Study

Watch this video to learn the story of Mr Kadiri and Pravin.

Peek Acuity app works as well as charts

Tests in patients’ homes found that Peek Acuity produced results to a clinical level equivalent to the much larger and more expensive standard electricity dependent chart – the average difference being the equivalent of less than one line on an eye chart.

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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.