Our Work

Uncorrected poor vision is the world’s largest unaddressed disability. 1 in 3 people can’t see the world clearly with 90% living in developing countries, yet its impact on society is largely unrecognised. According to the World Health Organisation, 80% of visual impairment can be prevented or cured. In China, 40m children suffer from uncorrected poor vision. This impacts their ability to learn at school and their future life opportunities.

Essilor Vision Foundation China is committed to bring eye care solutions to children who can't see clearly through awareness campaigns and school health programmes.

Today, our projects have reached 27 provinces in China, screened over 2,5800,000 students and helped up to 230,000 to see better.



Develop vision health research to promote advocacy, and carry out public education activities to improve the public’s vision health knowledge.


Provide free vision screening, correction and protection to those in need to improve their sight.


Create sustainable primary access points where it was previously unavailable, exploring a feasible model to effectively solve vision problem in rural areas.


Donated over 102,000 pairs of protection goggles to 126 hospitals and public services across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Project Progress