• Lessons from the USAID Child Blindness Programme

    Helping all children who need spectacles means doing more than visiting schools and offering good refractive services. Partnerships with local government, hospitals and community groups are needed, alongside a thorough awareness of gender disparities and disability.

    Blog | August 15th, 2017
  • Eye Care Tips for Back to School

    As kids head back to school this fall, it crucial to remember one of their most important learning tools: their eyes!

    Blog | August 11th, 2017
  • Through the Eyes of a Donor

    Longtime Seva Canada donor Gloria Sutcliffe shares a first-hand account of her experience visiting Seva's programs in Cambodia this past summer.

    Blog | August 10th, 2017
  • Double Your Impact and Enter Seva to Win!

    An anonymous Seva donor knows just how many blind people's lives can be changed if Seva wins Canada Helps' Great Canadian Giving Challenge $10,000 prize so much so that they have offered to match any donation made in June up to another $10,000!

    Blog | June 5th, 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