• The Worst That Could Happen? Going Blind, People Say

    A recent study found that most Americans regard loss of eyesight as the worst ailment that could happen to them; however many of them are unaware of the diseases and factors that can put their vision at risk and steps they might take to lower their risk.

    Blog | February 27th, 2017
  • Heroes in the Field: Outreach in the Land of Snows

    Nyima Yongsam, a Seva eye care outreach coordinator based in Dartsedo, China overcomes many barriers to bring eye care to people suffering from the highest rates of blindness in the world.

    Blog | February 16th, 2017
  • The Winding Road to Recovery

    Lamsi thought being blind was just going to be her lot in life until her daughter and son-in-law carried her to a Seva-supported eye camp where her vision was restored.

    Sight stories | February 16th, 2017
  • Eye Care a Stone's Throw Away

    Fear, poverty, and a lack of education don’t cause blindness but they certainly prevent people from accessing care when it’s available and free. Through outreach and screening, Seva donors ensure eye care is available starting at everyone’s front door.

    Blog | February 15th, 2017
  • Visiting an Eye Camp in Battambang

    Board Member Dr. Marty Spencer is currently in Cambodia training ophthalmologists on surgical techniques. Marty’s niece and her family, who are long-time Seva supporters, happened to be in Cambodia at the same time and stopped in to watch the Seva team in action.

    Blog | February 1st, 2017
  • Share the Love!

    Jeet Bahadur and his wife Devakali went blind together. Thanks to generous Seva donors, they both received the surgery and care they needed to see each other and the world around them again.

    Sight stories | January 30th, 2017