• Opening Up the World Around Him

    At the eye camp, an ophthalmologist diagnosed Rorng with cataracts. His grandmother was delighted to discover that his blindness could be cured through surgery. When asked what he hoped for most, Rorng’s answer was simple: “I want to go to school like my friends.”

    Sight stories | October 3rd, 2019
  • Glasses? Check! Ready for Kindergarten? Check!

    Milka was always bumping into things and her eyes didn't track properly when she was watching the chickens in the yard. Read her story and find out how you helped Milka and her worried mother.

    Sight stories | August 7th, 2019
  • Anjana's Story

    A little girl clings to her mother’s skirt as they walk along the dirt road of their remote village in southern Nepal. Holding tightly to her mother or father is the only way she can get around.

    Sight stories | March 20th, 2019
  • A Future in Focus

    Rinku loves going to school and is an excellent student, but two years ago, school became difficult.

    Sight stories | October 2nd, 2018
  • Hope for Hawa

    Since birth, Hawa struggled with vision problems. She had been born with bilateral congenital cataract.

    Sight stories | October 2nd, 2018
  • Grateful for Glasses

    Miranto is a 7-year-old girl who lives with her single mother, Miriam, and younger brother in a rural village in the central highlands of Madagascar.

    Sight stories | August 14th, 2018
  • My Glasses Make Me Smarter!

    A young boy's parents' despair for his future when he begins to lose his vision.

    Sight stories | August 10th, 2018
  • A Mother's Fear Turns to Hope

    When 8-year-old twins Ganga and Yumana began to lose their vision due to cataracts, they seemed destined to go blind like their mother.Thankfully, Seva's outreach team got them the care they needed.

    Sight stories | May 10th, 2018
  • There are No Words

    In grade 6, Pembi could no longer see the blackboard and was forced to quit school. Thanks to Seva Canada donors, Pembi received sight-restoring surgery and is now able to go to school and live a healthy, productive life.

    Sight stories | March 6th, 2018