Global Eye Care

The Global Eye Care Program works to eliminate preventable blindness. We are inspired by the World Health Organization’s VISION 2020 program to help eliminate preventable blindness. Using a public health approach to blindness and vision loss, we target underserved populations by partnering to strengthen existing local eye care providers. We systematically assess, plan, implement and evaluate programs in ways that are culturally sensitive and relevant. We are disciplined in fostering sustainability in all our work.

The program divides its efforts equally to meet local needs and those in other countries and works to develop collaborations that support and strengthen existing resources. The GEC program has three main activities, to:

serve – medical and surgical missions

teach – local personnel, resident and fellowship training

discover – research needs & ways to best meet them

Mary Bee Clark, an Oklahoma City resident and local artist, has written and illustrated two books for young children. Upon being diagnosed with lung cancer this past fall, Mary Bee has decided to seize the day and pursue her dream of publishing children’s books. My Gran’s Glasses is a colorful and fun text that showcases a Gran’s eclectic glasses wardrobe. Following her illness, Mary Bee has become even more empathetic towards others who are suffering. 100% of the author’s proceeds from My Gran’s Glasses will be donated to Dean McGee Eye Institute’s Global Eye Care Program.

To order My Gran's Glasses please call Full Circle Bookstore.
405.840.2900 or 800.683.READ



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