To Stop Preventable Blindness in Children and Adolescents

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Our Philosophy


Light for Sight is uniting clinical institutions, research groups, patient organizations and the private sector in order to achieve one mission to eliminate severe visual impairment among all children and adolescents with keratoconus. The flagship program of Light for Sight is “Light for Sight 21”, which  aims to reduce severe visual impairment among children and adolescents with Down Syndrome, who have a very high prevalence for the disease.

What we do


Outreach   To promote awareness among patient groups (and families)

Education   To improve (vision) healthcare professional awareness

Partners   To create a network of screening/treatment referral sites

Financing   To provide medical coverage for at-need patients

Research  To investigate, understand and treat the cause of keratoconus

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Expat Expo 2017: Light for Sight screens for keratoconus

Light for Sight is screening for keratoconus at the 2017 Expat Expo in Cham, Switzerland. The Light for Sight Foundation, ...
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January 2017. New textbook on keratoconus. Our Light for Sight partner Prof. Jorge Alio, Vissum Eye Clinic and University of ...
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World Keratoconus Day on November 10, 2016

World Keratoconus Day 2016 on November 10 See an eyecare professional, if you are between 8 and 40 years old ...
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Humanitarian Cross-Linking with Light for Sight in Tajikistan

March 2016: Noor Eye Clinic, Teheran. Our Light for Sight reference site in Teheran brings hope to a young Down ...
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February 2016. Cross-linking in children: the “Light for Sight”-Foundation

Schweizer Illustrierte. Keratoconus treatment by cross-linking in children and adolescents, at the ELZA Institute. Read here (article in german) ...
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