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Orbis Canada Plane Pull for Sight 2016 a massive success

Orbis Canada Plane Pull for Sight 2016 landed back in Toronto and Vancouver. More than 3,000 participants and spectators were in attendance over the two events and an incredible $161,000 was raised!  Read More »

Orbis Launches New Flying Eye Hospital

We have lift off! Our new state-of-the-art Flying Eye Hospital is soaring through the skies. Read More »

Indonesia See-n-Feel tour

If you’d like to witness Orbis Flying Eye Hospital in action, meet and chat to our team and volunteers on board and see patients up close and personal, please join our upcoming Indonesia See-n-Feel Tour Read More »

Flying Eye Hospital UK Launch Event

To celebrate the launch of the Flying Eye Hospital, Orbis UK hosted an event at the RAF club with special guests HRH Countess of Wessex and the Qatari ambassador to the UK providing a bit of glamour.  Read More »

Orbis Indonesia See-n-Feel Tour

Ever wondered how we work in the Flying Eye Hospital? Please join our upcoming Indonesia See-n-Feel Tour in November! Read More »

Orbis Mid-Autumn Charity Sale 2016

Why not share your love with those who are burdened by living in darkness, by simply supporting Orbis Mid-Autumn Charity Sale? Read More »

Join Orbis at Great Ethiopian Run 2016

We warmly invite passionate and adventurous Orbis donors and supporters to put their best feet forward and join us on a life-transforming journey to Ethiopia!  Read More »

Support World Sight Day 2016 - We need every cent!

In encouraging you to donate in support of World Sight Day 2016 (WSD 2016) on Thursday October 13, we will do our utmost to ensure that every cent you donate will be used to keep the new FEH flying high. Read More »

Orbis Mid-Autumn Charity Sales 2016 – Help us make the dream of sight soar high!

As the mid-autumn festival is approaching, support Orbis’s annual mid-autumn charity sales in the festival of reunion, while helping the visually impaired to realize their dream of sight! Read More »

Orbis Darkness To Go 2016

Orbis is teaming up with leading local designers, multimedia producers, media organizations and top retailers all over Macau to launch a new ‘Darkness To Go’ initiative. Read More »

Passion, determination and grit

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Through the looking glass

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Helping premature babies to see

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Free Eye Screenings for Pupils in India

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Orbis Kids Sight Ambassador Esther Kwan’s sight-saving visit to Nepal

A ruthless earthquake in Nepal has costed thousands of precious lives. Natural disasters are miserable, yet man-made tragedies are even more terrifying. After visiting the impoverished area, Orbis children ambassador Esther Kwan Wing Ho discovered that ignorance has led to more severe consequences than the earthquake. Read More »

Making of the MD-10

The Flying Eye Hospital is the world’s only ophthalmic teaching hospital on board an MD-10 aircraft. Made possible through the tremendous support, passion and input of our partners and donors, the new Flying Eye Hospital is poised to fly further and work harder than ever before to bring the world together to fight blindness.  Read More »

Making of the MD-10

The Flying Eye Hospital is the world’s only ophthalmic teaching hospital on board an MD-10 aircraft. Made possible through the tremendous support, passion and input of our partners and donors, the new Flying Eye Hospital is poised to fly further and work harder than ever before to bring the world together to fight blindness.  Read More »

Bringing the World Together to Fight Blindness

Since 1982/for over 30 years, we have been fighting blindness around the world as we believe no one should go blind from conditions that are treatable, curable or preventable. Read More »

A glimpse into the lives of those saving sight in India

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Qatar Creating Vision

We are excited to announce the launch of a brand new initiative with the government of Qatar to provide 5.5 million eye screenings and treatments to children across in Bangladesh and India.  Read More »

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