In 2016 one of our co-founders almost lost his eyesight after a terrible accident while playing football. His education was at stake due to his fading vision but luckily for him he was diagnosed to have cataract which was later corrected with surgery. Happily, our friend was lucky but what about millions of other young visually impaired Nigerians and Africans who could not get their defects treated or corrected. Most of them who had big hopes and dreams have had to drop out of school due to difficulties in reading and navigating their environments and a good number of them are at home depressed or on the street begging for alms. According to WHO’s Global data report on Visual impairment about 26.2 million people are visually impaired in Africa. And it was also estimated that about 32.7 thousand people in every 1 million are visually impaired in Africa which results to about 6.24million people in Nigeria. This is a whole lot of people suffering from lots of discomfort and depression due to their condition, especially the young ones who lose out on education because of their inabilities to read and navigate their environment.