James Chen founded Clearly to scale the success he witnessed in Rwanda, following the successful collaboration between UK charity Vision for a Nation, which he founded, and the Rwandan Government, to establish a sustainable nationwide Primary Eye Care system. Supporting Clearly’s campaign for the public and governments to pledge action to eradicate poor vision, a host of famous faces including Niall Horan, Annie Lennox, Hugh Laurie, Eddie Izzard, Sir Lenny Henry, Miranda Hart, James May, Jason Isaacs, Ed Balls, Sir Paul Smith, Steve Coogan, Bill Nighy, Laura Mvula, Paterson Joseph, Nick Frost, Maddi Waterhouse, David Baddiel, Richard Hammond and Brenda Blethyn sport spectacles in a short film released on World Sight Day to highlight the staggering number of people around the world who lack access to glasses, calling on the public to support Clearly’s online petition urging world leaders to take urgent action to eradicate poor vision and make it a priority at the Commonwealth Summit next April.
NEW YORK—Perhaps in no sports competition is great eyesight more important than it is in baseball. Indeed, superior vision is generally acknowledged to be a prerequisite for attaining the highest levels of competition in the sport. Click here to read this week's VMail Weekend.
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