2015 — Our Year in Photos

Thanks to your support, tens of thousands received the gift of sight through our work over the past year. Here’s a quick look back at our favorite images from the field.

We continued to expand our work across India, where cataracts cause almost 2/3 of blindness.

We introduced our simulation technology in its first public presentation during the IAPB’s Annual Meeting in Beijing.

We provided sight-restoring care to thousands after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal in May.

We expanded into Madagascar with a launch near the capital city of Antananarivo…

…where we reached the milestone achievement of 200,000 procedures.

Our work in China expanded through a new partnership with Jinghua Eye Hospital in Shendong Province.

We launched operations in the West African country of The Gambia, where one of our first patients was Amady, a local wood carver

…and our first surgeon was Haddy Sohna, the partner featured in our Giving Tuesday Campaign.

A group of friends even sent their support from Mount Rainier!

A special thanks to everyone who made it all possible.

Enjoy these highlights? Help us create even more in 2016 with a year end gift. $50 can restore someone’s sight and change the life of an entire family.

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