Mission

Engaging in research and development for early detection of eye and other diseases and assisting low-income individuals with early detection of eye and other diseases and in living with eye disease.

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Our Comparative Advantage

What differentiates Spectoccular Foundation from other, existing nonprofit organizations that address blindness and vision impairment?  Most nonprofits in this field focus on blindness and vision impairment from a “post facto” perspective.  The individual already suffers from blindness and the nonprofit devotes its resources to addressing the blindness, via medication and pharmaceuticals, medical and surgical interventions,…

The Problem

80% of blindness is avoidable Worldwide Estimates Over 285 million people in the world are visually impaired, of whom 39 million are blind and 246 million have moderate to severe visual impairment (WHO, 2011). It is predicted that, without extra interventions, these numbers will rise to 75 million blind and 200 million visually impaired by…