THE RUYA (VISION) PROJECT by Zaahira Essay Jogee

A young girl sits at her desk in her classroom, She continues to look into her friend’s book as she tries to...

World Sight Day 2020


Highlights on some areas for growth in Ghana’s eye care story

In the past 2 decades, we have observed significant progress in the awareness to eye care especially in developing countries known to...

Skholiwe Zuma uses his Voice for Optometry

Student Optometrist, Skholiwe Zuma, uses his voice for Optometry. Skhowliwe Zuma is a student at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Dr. Mark Diest Discusses COVID19

Dr. Mark Diest Discusses COVID19.

Patient Expectation Meets Clinical Motivation Scleral Lenses by Lizelle Dorfling-Smith

For a successful fit with a speciality contact lens, the two sides of patient expectation and clinical motivation need to meet each...

Pediatric cataract in Nigeria and its many challenges of treatment and management

Pediatric cataract is an alarming problem all over the world in need of intervention and management, especially in developing countries. Pediatric cataract is...

The State of Optometry in Nigeria

Optometry as a profession in Nigeria has had ups and downs just like every other profession. In the health...

Ghana’s Eye Care Story

Some Strides It has been about 20 years since the launch of VISION 2020; The Right to Sight...