Our work in focus
Amba Giorgis, Ethiopia / 08 April 2016
A Volunteer Clinical Nurse can continue to care for her patients and save livesLearn more about what we do
Vision Aid Overseas will help screen the vision of 50 million children worldwide by 2020 through Our Children's Vision global campaign.
After three successful years working in landlocked Botswana in Partnership with Addenbrooke's Abroad, Cambridge as part of the 'Seeing is Believing' programme, Vision Aid Overseas is celebrating the conclusion of our involvement in the programme and looks back on some of the highlights.
On Sunday 10th April, an appeal was made on BBC Radio 4 by UK fashion icon and super model Twiggy to ask for funds for Vision Aid Overseas’ international development work.
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Vision Aid Overseas works for a world in which
everyone has access to eye care and spectacles
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How we provide people with the vision to fight poverty in developing countriesAbout our work