James Chen is chair of Wahum Holdings in Nigeria and the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation, but he is probably best known as founder of the Clearly campaign to eradicate preventable poor vision globally. The areas of his philanthropic work might appear mainstream - education and healthcare - and the resources at his disposal modest, but the development of what he calls domain expertise and the catalytic use of those resources has had a remarkable impact. He explains his approach to Charles Keidan and spells out why correcting eyesight should be central to the world's Sustainable Development Goals.
Alliance issue: Royal philanthropy, December 2018, Volume 23 , Number 4.
Title: Interview: James Chen
Publication date 2018-04-12
Publication Year 2018
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