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Committed to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.




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Education varies from country to country, so global education is an expansive topic. Students learn key vocational skills and expand their future opportunities by developing empathy, fostering confidence and nurturing their academics in a structured setting to improve their quality of life. Investment in education will yield significant returns for society. It is key that underprivileged communities are given the opportunity to gain quality education and learn skills to be able to compete and thrive in today’s constantly changing times. Our subsidiary company, Geneva Global, has longstanding expertise in this space. I spoke with Josh Muskin, Senior Education Director at Geneva...

Charity Photos

  • Title: Vantha
  • Charity: SEE International
  • Country: Cambodia
  • Photo Credit: SEE International

Vantha is a 6-year-old whose eyecare SEE supported in Cambodia in 2018.

  • Title: Ophthalmic Microsurgery Course in Ile-Ife, Nigeria
  • Charity: SEE International
  • Country: Nigeria
  • Photo Credit: SEE International

SEE supported the ophthalmic training of four residents at Obafemi Awolowo University Training Hospital in Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

  • Title: Dr. Helena Ndume
  • Charity: SEE International
  • Country: Namibia
  • Photo Credit: SEE International

Dr. Helena Ndume embraces a patient whose sight was restored with SEE’s support.

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Charity Impact

Hope is not only a survivor, but a leader.
In June of 2021, SEE supported a Level 2 Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) Training Course in Accra, Ghana that lasted the whole month! The physician being trained, Dr. Egbula Eni, traveled from Nigeria to improve his surgical skills and learn the MSICS technique from SEE’s partner, Dr. Thomas Baah. Dr. Eni spent the month learning and practicing, over which time he helped perform 102 sight-restoring surgeries. At the end of his training, Dr. Eni was gracious enough to share with us some of his thoughts on the entire process, including his evaluation of our organization. He had this to say: “I would encourage other ophthalmologists to partner with SEE International, as SEE is an organization that will contribute immensely [to] the fight against preventable blindness in Nigeria, in Africa, and the world at large.”