What an eye-opener

Blindness charity Seva carried out 200 sight-saving operations in Tibet during a nine-day 'eye camp' that was funded by the Planeterra Foundation.

Medics, known locally as 'eye-openers', carried out cataract operations and trained local surgeons in recognising eye diseases. The Canadian charity has already secured funding for a similiar event in 2009.

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