Louis Nielsen, a Danish optical retail chain that is a leader in the market for affordable eyewear, has launched , a charity project in Tanzania with Lego Wear, the Danish brand for outdoor apparel for children. As of last month, Kabooki, the clothing licensee for the Lego Wear brand, and Louis Nielsen have been handing out eyewear and clothes to children in need in Tanzania. Louis Nielsen, which is owned by Britain's Specsavers, has been collecting used eyewear in its stores for this charity project, called Give Vision in Tanzania, since 2010. The clothes donated by Kabooki are product returns from its clients. They may have a little spot or a missing button.