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British Council for the Prevention of Blindness

Helping fund the BCPB

Our work in preventing blindness cannot take place without the generosity of individuals, trusts and companies. By giving regularly, you can make it much easier for the BCPB to plan important projects - so providing income we know we can rely on.

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Children in the Nakuru district of Kenya.
Photo by Dr W Mathenge