Your gifts do much more than just give back eyesight to someone who is needlessly blind.
A donation to Seva creates a strong network of international eye clinics that provide much needed access to vision services in the most remote areas of the globe.
What does it mean for every person to have access to eye care?
Early diagnosis of eye infections & injuries prevent suffering and reduce the chances of a person losing their eyesight.
Routine screenings identify cataract and other eye conditions that can be corrected through sight restoring surgery.
Eye exams and low-cost prescription glasses protect against low-vision and ensure that children will stay in school.
Seva’s sustainable programs bring eye care to the people who need it most, like in Nepal, where we are proud to announce a historic milestone:
As of this spring, all of Nepal’s 75 districts now have permanent access to eye care services thanks to support from Seva donors like you!
Bajura, Nepal had been the last remaining district without an eye clinic. Today, thanks to support from Seva & our sister org Seva Canada, this remote and underserved community now has a Primary Eye Care Center that began serving patients this past month.
We are so grateful for your role in helping to achieve this historic milestone.
Though there is still much work to be done in our campaign to eradicate needless blindness around the globe, it is these successes which we achieve together that deeply inspire us.
Seva wraps up our 2012-2013 fiscal year on June 30th. If you haven’t already supported us this year, or can make an additional gift to restore sight, I hope you will take a moment to do so today.
Yours in service,