A story of the Laniohan family and their journey of fighting cataracts to regain sight.
Visit our micro-site to watch our award-winning short-film.Watch Now
A Mother's Wish
What would you do if your child was going blind? What if you couldn’t afford the care they needed?
Watch our short film “A Mother’s Wish” today!Watch Now
A Dream of Sight - The Story of José Rosas
Witness how SEE International helped restore sight and transform the lives of the Rosas family.
You can help restore the sight, dignity, and independence of people like José!Watch Now
A Grandmother Sees Again
You can help restore sight, dignity, and independence to people like Martha!
Watch our short film “A Grandmother Sees Again” and witness how SEE International helped restore sight and transform Martha’s life.Watch Now
A Commitment to Sight
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.Watch Now
A Chance to See Again
This short film profiles Dr. Helena Ndume, an internationally renowned Namibian ophthalmologist, and one of SEE’s most prolific volunteers. Hailed as the “Miracle Doctor,” Ndume has brought sight back to 35,000 Namibians, completely free of charge.
Hear, in her own words, how she began life living under apartheid, escaped her home country at the age of 15, lived as a refugee – and grew up to become an inspiration to the world.Watch Now
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Episode 1: Interview with Helena Ndume, MD
SEE’s Steve Bunnell talks with Helena Ndume, MD, of Namibia, about her international sight-restoring work. Listen as they discuss how Helena feels to to win the first-ever United Nations Nelson Mandela award in August 2015 and learn how she grew up in a very different Namibia – one that existed under foreign occupation.Listen Now
Episode 2: Interview with Madhavi Reddy, M.D.
Madhavi is originally from India, but moved to the U.S. after graduating from medical school. Since joining with SEE, she has volunteered in countries as far-flung as Cambodia, Myanmar, Ethiopia, Ecuador, and Vanuatu.
Learn why she loves being an ophthalmologist, and gets such a thrill out of volunteering with SEE to restore sight around the world!Listen Now
Episode 3: Interview with Janak & Preeti Shah
Join Steve Bunnell as he interviews Doctors Janak & Preeti Shah, a married couple of SEE volunteers from Mumbai, India. Janak holds the record for most medical expeditions with SEE – more than 140! The Shahs traveled to Santa Barbara to help teach volunteer ophthalmologists the valuable MSICS cataract removal technique.
Listen as they explain what motivates them to volunteer, and where they find the energy to go on so many sight-restoring expeditions.Listen Now
Episode 4: Interview with Jeffrey Levenson, M.D.
Steve Bunnell interviews Dr. Jeffrey Levenson, SEE’s new Chief Medical Officer. Learn how Jeff first got involved with SEE, and why our mission of restoring sight worldwide is important to him on a personal level. Listen to his amazing and compelling stories of his experiences as a SEE volunteer throughout Latin America. And learn what a Chief Medical Officer (CMO) does, exactly!Listen Now
Episode 5: Chris Mairs Bikes Across America
Does the idea of biking across America sound like a challenge to you? How about trying it without using your eyes? That’s what SEE supporter Chris Mairs is doing this summer. Chris, a tech entrepreneur from the U.K., is raising money for SEE by riding over 3,600 miles across the country.
He is also totally blind, having lost his sight at age 18, to a rare degenerative condition. Listen to Steve Bunnell’s interview with Chris, and find out what motivated him to do this amazing undertaking for SEE.Listen Now
Episode 6: Colonel Blashford-Snell
Listen to Steve Bunnell’s interview with him, and learn how he struck up a friendship with Harry Brown and became part of the organization’s history.Listen Now
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