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


Nabiritha's story

Nabiritha's mother Emily had to wait seven years to get her child help. But when Nabiritha could see again, it was a moment of pure joy.

Thol's story

Thol, a mother of four children, after spending fours years of darkness and misery, finally got to see the smiling faces of her beautiful children again.

Cam's story

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.

Peter Datjing's story

Peter Datjing’s paintings have been revered around the world. His artwork is a window into a culture that spans generations.

Faith's story

Faith was a little girl in Africa born blind from cataracts. This is the story of how her Aunt's determination saved her.

Leonides's story

Seven-year old Leonides lived every day in darkness due to childhood blindness until the day Dr.Levi removed his cataracts and changed his life.

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.

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.
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