These are the men, women and children whose lives have changed thanks to your generous donations.
Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system. That’s why on May 12 every year, the world celebrates their contributions on International Nurses Day.
Professor Fred Hollows and Dr Sanduk Ruit - two great mates who revolutionised eye care
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.
Cam, a seven year old girl, had childhood bi-lateral cataract. Like so many other families in Vietnam, her family couldn't afford basic eye care.
Many blind children in Burundi never reach their 5th birthday. Luckily, Cesaria’s grandmother got her the urgent medical attention she needed.
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.
Dr Ruit is an Eye Health Hero - he’s restored sight to a record 120,000 people. This is his story.
Hope finds a way
When Evelyn Pultara began to lose her sight, she feared she would lose her livelihood and her ability to pass on her culture to future generations.
Faith was a little girl in Africa born blind from cataracts. This is the story of how her Aunt's determination saved her.