​The final report from the 'Vision for Children in the Developing World​', held in July 2007 at Wolfson College, Oxford University, has been published.

At the conference, leading child vision experts, development specialists and low-income government representatives met to identify the barriers to children's vision correction, addressing the critical question: How can vision correction be delivered to children in developing countries in an affordable, cost-effective, systematised and sustainable way?

To read the report and for details on the proceedings of the conference and a list of participants, please see the attached documents​. 

For further information email pcd@imperial.ac.uk​