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About Clearly

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.

About Clearly & Global Citizen

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.

Issues that matter to Clearly

Stories

  1. Article: This One Health Intervention Could Mean $19 Billion in Growth for India
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    This One Health Intervention Could Mean $19 Billion in Growth for India

    By Imogen Calderwood|July 24, 2018|Clearly

    It could solve a problem that affects 1.1 billion people globally. Read more

  2. Article: How Rwanda Became the First Low-Income Country to Provide Eye Care for All — in Just 5 Years
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    How Rwanda Became the First Low-Income Country to Provide Eye Care for All — in Just 5 Years

    By Imogen Calderwood|April 3, 2018|Clearly

    Just 19.8% of the population have access to electricity, but everyone can access eye care. Read more

  3. Article: This Is the World’s Largest Unaddressed Disability — and It Affects More Than a Third of Us
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    This Is the World’s Largest Unaddressed Disability — and It Affects More Than a Third of Us

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 22, 2018|Clearly

    It costs the world $3 trillion every year. Read more