Helping to eliminate avoidable blindness

Innovation Fund grant open for new...

Seeing is Believing is pleased to announce the second phase of Innovation Fund is open for new applications. As part of the USD 3 million Innovation Fund grant launched...

Our annual partnership with brokers

On 15 April 2015, we ran our seventh annual Broker Day to raise money for Seeing is Believing. Since 2009, we have been changing lives through this partnership with our...

Transforming treatment for glaucoma in...

While medical breakthroughs have been made to treat cataract and diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness, remains a challenge to diagnose...

Our staff help raise USD620,000 from...

Our staff help raise USD620,000 from the Last Hour of their salary.  Every dollar raised for Seeing is Believing helps us provide sustainable and quality eye-care...

How to raise awareness about eye health and blindness prevention

Read more to find out about how one of our partners raised awareness...

Image: With love and dedication: Nurse holding a premature baby she has just fed, in the neonatal intensive-care unit of Fernandez Hospital, Hyderabad. © Poulomi Basu / vii Photo Agency

Time to See

The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust (the Trust) and Standard...

Our progress statistics

Since 2003 Seeing is Believing has

People Reached
78,600,000
People
Spectacles Distributed
776,620
Spectacles

All about our work on video

Broker Day sets high limits

We ran our 7th annual Broker Day to raise funds for SIB in April 2015. The funds raised help us run programmes including this mobile eye clinic for the elderly in Singapore, who have difficulty accessing the local healthcare system.

Get your next eye exam on a smartphone

How do you test and treat people who live in remote areas, where expensive, bulky eye equipment is hard to come by? Andrew Bastawrous demos a smartphone app and cheap hardware that might help.

A day in the life of an eye doctor

Meet Jaoirs Fumpa, a leading eye doctor from the Mukinge Mission Hospital in Zambia. Supported by SiB, Dr Fumpa regularly travels to rural clinics across Zambia to provide eye care treatments to patients who may otherwise go blind.