SDG 01: No Poverty

To end extreme poverty, we must also end blindness

In low- and middle-income countries cataracts account for 50% of all blindness. Image: REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Tej Kohli
Chairman, Kohli Ventures
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Needless and avoidable blindness is disproportionately prevalent in low-income countries. Image: Data from VLEG/GBD 2020 model, accessed via the IAPB Vision Atlas
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