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Myopia’s Connection to Worker Productivity

It’s no secret that the global prevalence of myopia is on the rise. It’s a trend that has implications for all of us, everywhere. By 2050, myopia will affect...

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Whole-Child Approach Key to Ensuring Children are Life-Ready

An Interview with Amy Johnson, Chief Development Officer, The Cooper Institute In 2018, the Vision Impact Institute and The Cooper Institute began a collaboration to raise awareness about the...

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Where Do Good Vision and Road Safety Intersect?

2019 India Road Safety

This week in India, the country is celebrating its 30th annual Road Safety Week. It is not surprising that road safety is a key concern in a country with the...

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New Download Stats Page

Download Stats A World Wide Movement For Healthy Vision Download Stats Use these infographics in presentations, websites, press releases or wherever you need evidence-based designs that show the impact...

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2020 Mid-Year Update

At the Vision Impact Institute, we remain committed to raising awareness of the lifelong benefits of good vision and advocating for vision’s rightful place on the global agenda. With...

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Lack of Awareness and Access Present Barriers to Good Vision for Women: Part 1

In our most recent blog, we discussed the need to broaden the definition of access when it comes to vision care. We must reinvent the topic to encompass access...

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New Home

GIVING VISION A VOICE Our mission is to raise awareness about the importance of vision correction and protection to make good vision a global priority. We do this by...

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This platform is a research hub, resource center and meeting place for the vision community. On our blog, we’ll bring new the latest information about the Institute and alert you...

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Lack of Awareness and Access Present Barriers to Good Vision for Women: Part 2

We recently started a conversation with Dr. Clare Gilbert, Professor of International Eye Health in the International Centre for Eye Health (ICEH) at the London School of Hygiene and...

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Bringing the Myopia Movement into Focus

Today there is a myopia movement happening. A quick Google search reveals that discussions about visual myopia as a public health issue arrived on the scene in 2005, yet until recently, it remained an issue without a cause. Key research highlights that the global prevalence of myopia is continuing to rise to crisis levels as we approach 2050, but why does this research matter? What does it really mean – the myopia epidemic – and why do we need a movement to change the direction our world’s vision is heading

Recently, the word myopia has become a significant buzzword for media on topics ranging anywhere from global politics and finance to education and eyesight. For years, the term myopia...

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