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Here's how we can provide better eye care for the world

Uncorrected poor vision is the world’s most widespread disability. It is estimated to cost the global economy $272bn annually through productivity loss. And yet eye care is not included in many national health plans Image: Nonsap Visuals on Unsplash

Dr. Princess Ifeoma Ike
Public Health Optometrist/CEO Princess Vision Eye Clinic Limited Abuja, Nigeria and Global Shaper, Abuja Hub, World Economic Forum
Konrad Pesudovs
Professor of Optometry and Vision Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
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