Devex Examines Global Efforts To Prevent Avoidable Blindness

Devex: A bolder vision for eye care
“In 1999, a group of organizations working on eye health had a vision: To rid the world of avoidable blindness in two decades. But as the initiative approaches its final year, advocates indicate the goal is unlikely to be met. In hindsight, they admit they could have framed the target better…” (Ravelo, 10/11). This article is part of a new Devex focus area on vision.

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