When U.K.-based tech entrepreneur Chris Mairs told me that he was going to bike across North America to raise funds for SEE, I was intrigued. Chris has been registered blind from a degenerative condition called retinitis pigmentosa (RP), since age 18. How did he plan to ride across an entire continent without the use of…
During a program in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, our volunteers met Denise, who came seeking vital vision care.
Martha lost her vision about a year ago. As a result, she had to rely on her grandson Titus to care for her, which meant that he couldn’t go to school or play with his friends.
Watch our short film “A Commitment to Sight” and experience the life-changing work directly from long-time SEE Volunteers Dr. Reed Kindermann and Dr. Jeremy Joseph.
This short film profiles Dr. Helena Ndume, an internationally renowned Namibian ophthalmologist, and one of SEE’s most prolific volunteers.
In May 2016, a SEE team, led by Dr. Kimberly Lovelace, held a sight-restoring program in the Ivory Coast.
Dr. Randall Goodman, an ophthalmologist from California’s central coast led a team of 16 medical and dental professionals to the Mission at Natuvu Creek, on the eastern coast of Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island, October 3-7, 2016.