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1 in every 3 people in the world are affected by presbyopia
WHO estimates that at least 826 million people suffer from visual impairment due to unresolved presbyopia, and at least 124 million suffer from moderate to severe hyperopia or blindness due to unresolved myopia or hyperopia. The prevalence of uncorrected presbyopia in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be higher than 85%.
6,124Reading glasses donated
Who we are
China Wenzhou Int'l Optics Fair, is one of the largest optical exhibitions in Asia. We are helping eyewear brand company, wholesalers to find high quality eyewear suppliers and manufacturers in China.
We have abundant reading glasses factory resources. We based in Wenzhou China, the world largest manufacturing power. Wenzhou is near Shanghai and Ningbo port, it’s convenient to ship reading glasses to all of the world.
Why We Donate
We want to help some of the world’s poorest elderly people to see clearly. Presbyopia can have a devastating impact on their lives and livelihood.
Without affordable reading glasses, elderly people living with Presbyopia often leave their condition to go untreated which can make their eyesight worse and can, if left untreated for long enough, lead to other eye complications.
Where we work
As the first year of our Charity fundraiser, we focus on sub-Saharan Africa countries, they are Sierra Leone, Malawi, Republic of Congo, Central African Republic and Lesotho.
Republic of Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone has the dubious distinction of being the worst country in providing healthcare to its citizens, with a score of 0.00 on the WHO health systems performance index.
Republic of Malawi
According to the WHO ranking of health systems, Malawi has a score of 0.251.
Democratic Republic of Congo
There is only one doctor for every 10,000 people in DRC, according to WHO. Average life expectancy is a shockingly low 48.7 years for the population of over 75 million.
Central African Republic
With a WHO health systems performance score of 0.156/1, the Central African Republic (CAR) is the third worst country where health care is concerned.
With a WHO health system performance index of 0.266, Lesotho is the fifth worst country in the world on the healthcare front.