• 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
  • Dr. Gerald Msukwa

    Dr. Gerald Msukwa, is the only pediatric ophthalmologist in Malawi and last week we sat down with him to ask questions about children, blindness and eye care in Malawi.

    Blog | May 5th, 2016
  • 7 Facts about Cataracts

    Globally, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness, accounting for no less than 51% of all cases of world blindness. Here are 7 facts you may not know about this common condition.

    Blog | April 18th, 2016
  • Why is Capacity Building Important? (Part 3)

    Aravind Eye Care System, Seva's partner in India, is the single largest eye care provider in the world, but they didn't get there just by helping themselves. This multi-part series examines Aravind's external capacity building activities, and the benefits they accrue for the organization. (Part 3)

    Blog | April 13th, 2016
  • Eye Care Reduces Stress During Exams

    Five per cent of school kids complain of strained or tired eyes resulting from endless hours of studying during exam time.

    In the news | March 30th, 2016