These are the men, women and children whose lives have changed thanks to your generous donations.

Samlan and Sintham’s story

These twin boys were born blind from cataract, and without a sight saving operation, they could have been blind for life.

Shashetu's story

Trachoma is at crisis levels in Ethiopia and Shashetu, a twenty-five year old mother of two, was in desperate need of a sight saving operation.

Cesaria's Story

Many blind children in Burundi never reach their 5th birthday. Luckily, Cesaria’s grandmother got her the urgent medical attention she needed.

Sanduk Ruit's story

Fred’s old mate, a humanitarian and master surgeon who has performed more than 120,000 sight saving surgeries.

Craig's story

An untreated cataract in a child means they can be blind for life. Sadly, for many Indigenous communities, access to quality eye care is still a challenge.

Hao's story

Hao went blind at just five. Once a cheeky kid, he became withdrawn and couldn’t go to school. His father feared Hao would die.

Ruth and Rosa's story

The sisters grew up with stories of their dad, Fred, but had no memories of him for their own. Experience their trip to Nepal to see his work up close for the first time.

Aung and Lin's story

Aung is Lin’s full time guardian. Sadly, his ailing eyesight was forcing him to stop work and Lin was having to care for him instead of going to school.

Vann's story

The village kids had started teasing Vann because she was different – until a 20 minute operation changed her life.

Sao's story

Before Sao went blind, she helped support her family by making grass bed mats. Sadly, Sao’s blindness now meant she couldn’t even walk anywhere by herself.
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