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Nar Daw’s new horizons

Nar Daw enjoys her new glasses at the Khan Wai Chan Blind School, Yangon, Myanmar One of eight children from a large family in Shan Province, many hour’s drive from the Myanmar capital of Yangon, Nar Daw was sent to Khan Wai Chan Blind School when she was a small child because her parents could …

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Sight For All Chairman, Dr James Muecke AM awarded National EY Social Entrepreneur of the Year

Dr James Muecke AM receiving his award alongside fellow winners and South Australians Tobias Pearce and Kayla Itsines. A big congratulations to Sight For All Chairman, Dr James Muecke who has been awarded the National EY Social Entrepreneur of the Year at the national award ceremony held in Sydney on 15 October 2015. Judges for …

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Baby Chi’s Story

Baby Chi Donate today to help more children like Chi Chi is a survivor – winning the battle against cancer, after a life-threatening Retinoblastoma tumour formed in her eye.  Retinoblastoma occurs when abnormal cells in the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye grow in an uncontrolled way. It usually occurs in young children, …

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Coffee with Lara Damiani

We sat down with Lara Damiani, the filmmaker who captured the story of Little Bang and her family in Vietnam to hear about her experiences while in filming. You can watch Lara’s incredible film Little Bang’s New Eye here. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I’m a documentary filmmaker driven by the desire for social …

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Confidence in surgeons

An energetic two-year-old boy from far-flung Pursat Province in Cambodia was in danger of losing sight in one eye following an accident but thanks to Sight For All-trained surgeons at the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital Paediatric Clinic in Phnom Penh, little Ra Pagna has made a full recovery Pediatric opthalmologist Dr Ouk Solephy makes a follow-up …

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