A $25 donation can provide the material cost of one sight-restoring surgery
Co-Anchor Kate Snow recently interviewed HCP Affiliated Ophthalmologist Dr. Lloyd Williams on his return from South Sudan, where more than 1,800 sight restoring surgeries were accomplished in December 2023. Heartfelt thanks to Dr. Lloyd Williams for his commitment to curing blindness and his continued partnership with HCP!Watch the Story
Globally, more than 43 million people are blind. Ninety percent of these people live in low- and middle-income communities where access to eye care is limited and the challenges for those who can’t see are severe.
But there is hope – 80% of this burden is treatable or preventable.
HCP Cureblindness is working to eradicate avoidable blindness in under-resourced areas of the world by helping people retain and regain their sight.
We focus on building local capacity, ensuring quality infrastructure and equipment are available, enabling quality patient care and aiding effective prevention. This action-based approach builds local leadership, empowers key actors, and develops sustainable practices from the ground up.Learn More About Our Work
Founded in 1995 by Dr. Geoff Tabin and Dr. Sanduk Ruit on their dream to end needless blindness in the world, HCP Cureblindness, together with partners, have performed over 1.4 million sight-restoring surgeries. And we’re just getting started.Read How We Began
Since 1995, together with our supporters and partners, we have accomplished a lot, including the following:
With early detection and treatment, the impact of many causes of blindness can be treated – and often cured – improving the quality of life for affected individuals and changing communities for good.
For 27-year-old Michael Ankomanyi, losing one’s sight is the equivalent to losing one’s soul.
Research advances the field of ophthalmology through innovating and shaping thought leadership.
A small, hand-held diagnostic tool will allow patients in rural Bhutan to receive early diagnosis to prevent blindness.