Preventable blindness in children on the rise in poorer countries
A young boy from primary school receiving an eye exam with the help of his teacher. Credit: GPE/Livia Barton

The Fred Hollows Foundation partnered Sightsavers to train 12,500 teachers in Cambodia to diagnose sight problems and refer children to specialists if needed. The program will be rolled out globally after being adopted by GPE and the World Bank.

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A young boy from primary school receiving an eye exam with the help of his teacher. Credit: GPE/Livia Barton
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