• Thank You for Sweating for Sight!

    This October, the Canadian fitness community came together to get sweaty and restore sight for World Sight Day. 25 studios held specialty classes or offered classes by donation, in support of Seva Canada’s eye care programs. See what they did!

    Blog | November 6th, 2017
  • A Long Walk for Sight

    Nesum, a fiercely independent widow, walked for 4 days through the mountainous terrain of northeastern Nepal hoping to have her sight restored at a Seva-sponsored eye camp.

    Sight stories | October 20th, 2017
  • Sweat for Sight

    Sweat for Sight is a multi-faceted event in support of Seva Canada, held on and around World Sight Day, which is on October 12th 2017, the annual day of awareness of blindness and visual impairment. Get involved today.

    Blog | September 7th, 2017
  • Look How Far We’ve Come - All thanks to you

    Thirty-five years ago, Seva’s founders had a vision – a world in which no one is needlessly blind or visually impaired. See how far we've come since then, all thanks to your generosity and belief that everyone deserves the right to sight.

    Blog | September 5th, 2017
  • Bringing Colour into her Life

    Lo Er Zhen was overcome with grief when she started to go blind. Luckily, Seva supporters brought eye care to her and gave Lo Er the chance to see the beautiful colours and faces around her again.

    Sight stories | September 5th, 2017
  • Heroes in the Field: Dr. Asim Kumar Sil

    Aravind, Seva's partner is a leader in capacity building in the eye care world. Meet Dr. Asim Sil, who has worked with Aravind in rural West Bengal for 22 years as an advisor and mentor in eye care.

    Blog | September 1st, 2017
  • 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