There was a girl…Swos is her name. She is twelve years old, lives in a village in Nepal, and attends primary school. Swos is very cross-eyed with her right eye. At school, she hardly sees any... Read moreThere was a girl…Swos is her name.
193 countries of the United Nations unanimously agreed to a new plan for vision for everyone – with eye health critical to the #SDGs. The plan sets a target for eye care for all by 2030, with... Read more2030 in Sight!
Yesterday she came to the hospital supported by her daughters. After a successful surgery, the first thing Mrs. Kisan saw when we took the bandages off her eyes today was her daughters’ tears... Read moreA story of Mrs. Kisan
In the last weeks, the Himalaya Eye Hospital (HEH) in Pokhara, Nepal has been using the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) donated by the Eye Care Foundation. These PPEs protect the medical team w... Read moreThe Eye Care Foundation supports the Himalaya Eye Hospital with Personal Protective Equipment
The Covid-19 crisis is an uncertain and complex situation and the Eye Care Foundation is doing its utmost to ensure minimal health risks for all staff-members and their families, as well as partner... Read moreDirector’s message – Covid-19
When Bhama left the hospital to return home, I saw a sprightly lady. She was a completely different person than the one who arrived at the eye camp. I remember that moment perfectly.... Read moreBhama Kala’s wish came true after all!
World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. The Eye Care Foundation organized... Read moreWorld Sight Day around the world
World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. World Sight Day 2018 will take place on ... Read moreWorld Sight Day is almost here
If you could only have seen Bhakta (55) when he had to walk somewhere. Inching along, step by careful step while hanging on to his wife`s arm; unsure, dependent and isolated. Bhakta was perfectly h... Read moreBhakta was perfectly healthy, but he was blind
Mr Jan de Rooden and Mrs. Johnny Rolf, both ceramic artists, were struck during their many journeys because of the dire circumstances in which eye patients live in developing countries. That is why... Read moreIn memoriam: Jan de Rooden, ceramic artist