In the Singida Region of Central Tanzania, one of the poorest in the country, a staggering 1.3 million people rely on the services of just one ophthalmologist: Dr. Kuzenza.
A new documentary by Academy Award nominated filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky follows a couple who are blind on their journey to see again.
Ophthalmic nurses perform 80% of patient care in eye hospitals - helping to restore sight to those living in darkness.
12-year old Nikolas Toocheck has a goal to run a marathon in each US State, raising funds & awareness in support of Seva's pediatric programs!
Unable to see, Seng was carried by her daughter all the way to a Seva eye camp in rural Cambodia.
Philosopher Peter Singer highlights supporting Seva's sight-saving programs as a good example of effective altruism.
"There was a girl who lost her sight. Because she lost her sight she couldn't read or learn like the others..."