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Cure Blindness Technologies

Organized by: J. M. G.

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An ambition.


Not smaller than to serve hope to a yet blurry world.

Dignity. To restore life. Action. To restore sight.

A new perspective. For many.


World Health Organisation.

285 million are visually impaired.

Yet 80% are treat and preventable.

At present. That is right now. Without ado.


Health care availability is the only sane response.

Rather than a new cure or yet another sexy therapy.


We have set out to take action for what seems to be a forgotten majority.

Rather than for a spectacular minority, we developed a global answer.


A diagnostic tool. Self explicable at competitive cost.

It is portable, sturdy, and integrates various diagnostic procedures.

Providing reach to millions, where reach is a desperate necessity.


More than hope, we believe in execution and in taking responsibility for the latter ourselves.


We. That is a couple of academic founders from the US who initiated the thought.

Dreamers, world improvers and technical specialists. A group of overly qualified engineers

contracted in Switzerland. And me. A much too young German, striving for the better. Striving for an impact. An impact in this world that deserves better in too many regards.


We build the structure around our endeavor for such a world.



What we really want?


I guess exactly this.

To dare for something better.

To dare for change. Step by step, hour by hour.


Effort. We know it’s merit. We know it by heart.

We know it well, I guess, because we care.


It is a simple story which we are trying to tell. A story about solving a global issue.

An issue, which has to simply be picked up and taken care of now. Together.


It is what it is.

And it is what we stand for.

May I invite you to be a part?


Fighting visual impairment. 80% in ten years.

What a grand title. And yet it only makes up another first step.


We are working on medicaid coverage on global scale.

A comprehensive healthcare infrastructure. Self sustaining.

There is more to implement. More to do. More to improve on.


Yet we need to get hold of one realization at a time.

We developed a business case around our primary solution.

Entirely able to finance our vision by itself once started.


We commit 69% of revenue solely to engineering.

Every value created remains inside the organisation.

To better what we do. To better our service. To improve.

Self sustaining healthcare infrastructure.

A cycle of improving healthcare. A cycle of giving back.

Towards help. Towards sight. More importantly, towards humanity.


It is on us to be the change we want to see.

To walk the steps that have to be walked.

To dare when courage is the only path.


We need a bit more than the 225.000 USD.

Yet we are working on it. Step by step, remember?


Understanding this as a test. A test towards you as the crowd. You as general public.

Public’s interest. Public’s lives. Public’s care. Do you care, or rather not?

Will you take action for it?


It is a test towards us as a cause.

Care for the present majority. Care for the Change.


Our first step into the open. If we can walk this one together,

another will follow. There will be more to engage. Certainly.

Together, we care. Together, we change.


Let us take responsibility.

Let us dare.






I appreciate it.




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