• From you, to Nepal and back again

    Khem believed she would never see the things she loved again: her friends, her family, and the mountains, until Seva donors made it possible for a community eye screening to come to her remote area of Nepal.

    Sight stories | August 18th, 2016
  • Open Your Eyes

    A note from filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky

    Blog | July 8th, 2016
  • Myopia set to become a global health crisis

    By 2050, half the world's population will suffer from short-sightedness, a new study suggests. And that has implications for eye specialists everywhere.

    In the news | May 26th, 2016
  • Dr. Bruce Woodburn's Trip to Nepal

    Longtime Seva supporter and semi-retired ophthalmologist, Dr. Bruce Woodburn, recently took a trip to Nepal to learn about eye care outside of Canada. Traveling alongside Seva Canada board member and ophthalmologist Dr. Marty Spencer, Bruce was able to visit Seva-supported hospitals and learn about how he can potentially help develop glaucoma services in Nepal’s Narayani Zone.

    Blog | May 20th, 2016
  • Dr. Levi Kandeke

    Dr. Levi Kandeke was trained in Switzerland but returned to Burundi to work as the only surgical ophthalmologist capable of treating children. We sat down to ask him what he loves about his job.

    Blog | May 11th, 2016