• A Daughter's Hope For Her Mother

    “I want my mother to have light and happiness again. That is my hope for my mother,” said Maguaye's daughter in Ethiopia.

    Blog | May 1st, 2024
  • Art for Sight

    What do you get when you bring together two committed Seva Canada supporters, one incredible artist, a beautiful beachside home and an inspired community? An art show fundraiser for Seva Canada that raised enough to restore the sight of 40 people!

    Blog | March 14th, 2024
  • Evidence Informed Practice Program

    In an effort to improve monitoring, evaluation and operational research capacity at program partner eye hospitals, Seva has launched the Evidence Informed Practice (EIP) program.

    Blog | March 14th, 2024
  • Reading with his Own Eyes

    On this trip I met Doung Loum, an 82-year-old senior monk from Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia. As his vision continued to worsen he began to lose hope in ever reading The Tipitaka, the sacred text of Theravada Buddhism with his own eyes again.

    Blog | March 14th, 2024
  • The Power of the Seva Canada Community

    Everything at Seva Canada starts with you—our amazing donors, supporters and champions. Without you, none of our work would be possible. But more importantly, WITH you, life-changing miracles happen every day.

    Blog | March 14th, 2024
  • You're Never Too Young to Make a Difference

    In 2012, when 6-year-old Jana in Canada spoke with her grandpa in Rajisthan, India just prior to his cataract surgery, two things happened. First, she learned about cataracts, the "clouds" blocking his vision that only a doctor could remove, and second, she was inspired to help.

    Blog | March 14th, 2024
  • A Poem from the Roof of Africa

    In 2008, donors and Seva Canada volunteers, Dr. Janette Lindley and Danny Peart, had the chance to visit Moshi, Tanzania and while there, Danny and Janette climbed Mount Kilimanjaro as a fundraiser for Seva Canada. Danny wrote this poem a few years later and we wanted to share it with you.

    Blog | September 20th, 2023
  • Seeing Her Future

    One day, eight-year-old Rorsynin in Cambodia refused to go to school. When her parents asked her why, the answer was clear. She couldn’t see the lessons on the blackboard, the text in her books or her friends when they played outside. Learn how your support and a pair of glasses, changed her perspective.

    Blog | September 8th, 2023
  • The Miracle of Sight in an Instant

    Nurturing sustainable vision programs is complex, but at the patient level, eye care has a unique magic in its often quick results.

    Blog | September 8th, 2023