Clearly is a global campaign aiming to bring clear vision to the 2.5B people worldwide denied it as quickly as possible. Clearly was founded by the philanthropist, James Chen and focuses on: - campaigning to educate the public and world leaders by raising the profile of the issue - spreading best practice that helps make sight tests and cheap glasses available to all in different sectors and countries - connecting people committed to tackling this issue so we can all be a catalyst for change.
We partnered with Global Citizen because of our shared commitment to ending poverty and delivering the SDGs. Poor vision is the largest unmet disability in the world today. A third of the world’s population, suffers from poor vision because they don’t have access to a simple pair of glasses. Clearly believes clear vision is the golden thread that will help the world reduce poverty, and deliver quality education, decent work and gender equality - all vital Sustainable Development Goals.
It could stand to benefit a third of the world’s population. Read more
It could solve a problem that affects 1.1 billion people globally. Read more
Just 19.8% of the population have access to electricity, but everyone can access eye care. Read more
It costs the world $3 trillion every year. Read more