We are proud to support and celebrate the work of Orbis, an organisation who give communities across the world access to quality eye care


Refractive Error Among Children (REACH)

The REACH programme focuses on reducing impairment in Nepal by increasing access to quality eye care.

Project Goal: Undertake 308,292 paediatric screenings among school-going children between 6 & 18 years in two districts in the South Eastern Region of Nepal.


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To increase access to child eye health by providing comprehensive refractive error services to school-going children.

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To improve the quality of child eye health through high-quality refractive error services for school-going children.

Read more about the REACH project today.

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To develop an enabling environment to ensure the delivery and sustainability of quality refractive error services foor school-going children.


how the partnership came to be

In 2016, we began supporting Orbis to achieve their mission towards eradicating avoidable blindness. It was the organisation's focus on sustainability that appealed most to us, and we wanted to be a part of their mission. We were lucky enough to be invited down to London when their Flying Eye Hospital stopped off there to visit the plane and meet the incredibly hard working team on-board.

We are proud to support and spread the word to the IOLLA community, bringing you information on Orbis's cause and the impactful work they do to increase access to eye health care across the world.