Fifteen years ago three South Australian ophthalmologists Drs. James Muecke, Henry Newland and Bob Casson, whilst volunteering on sight–saving projects in Asia, saw a gap in the provision of eye health services in our neighbouring developing countries.
This gap spawned the seed of an idea that the doctors could offer something unique to improve the sight of tens of thousands. By working with their foreign colleagues, areas of need were identified, and by providing sub-specialty education and equipping eye clinics, a sustainable sight-saving model was born. This model became the basis of Sight For All.
Create a world where everyone can see.
Sight For All empowers communities to deliver comprehensive, evidence-based, high quality eye health care through the provision of research, education and equipment.
Collaboration – Encouraging participation of all stakeholders.
Sustainability – Fostering self-reliance through comprehensive evidence-based projects.
Respect – Promoting human rights in all dealings.
Our Sight Saving Work
Sight For All raises funds to deliver eye health care projects free of charge to our partner countries and communities. The nature of our projects include:
Download our Information Booklet
- Sfa Vision Booklet A4
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