Economics of Blindness. Health economics. Economic principles applied to health care Health care however is different from trading of usual commodities and therefore the adaptation of economic principles has to take into consideration the societal values underlying health care.
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Economics of Blindness
• 90 percent of the world’s blind live in developing countries. At least 6.7 million blind people live in India, 6.9 million in China and 7.3 million in Africa.
• Blindness is both a cause and effect of poverty, and blindness often exacerbates poverty in developing countries. Communities carry additional costs and families often lose vital income when relatives have to work as carers.