The goals of the Union are:


The organization of blind and partially sighted people in this area has a 70-year tradition. After the Second World War, republican organizations were formed in the SFRY and its territorial units in the period 1946–1949. years that had their branches and affiliates by county. In 1949, an organization of the blind in the Bosnian Krajina was formed in the Banja Luka district. At the beginning of the 1990s, the former Yugoslavia disintegrated, and thus the unified organization of the blind SFRY and republican organizations disintegrated. In order to continue with continuous and organized care and support for blind and partially sighted people, who needed help and protection even more due to the war, an Union of Blind and Visually Impaired People of Republic of Srpska was formed in Republic of Srpska and BiH. The union was registered on October 12, 1992 in the High Court in Banja Luka.
The mission of the Alliance is the development and improvement of the social position of blind and partially sighted persons and organizations, as well as their socialization and integration into the social community. The vision is to achieve an accessible society, without barriers, prejudices and stigma, in which conditions are provided for independent living and work of blind and partially sighted people.