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World Sight Day 13 October, 2016


With 285 million people who are visually impaired across the globe due to untreated eye conditions, ORBIS has to increase its sight-saving capacity. After more than six years of planning and renovation work, our third generation Flying Eye Hospital (FEH) is all ready for its very first sight-saving mission in Shenyang, China, this September. With enhanced medical and communication capabilities, ORBIS aims to create better futures for the visually impaired.


Schools to encourage the teachers and students to take a proactive role in eliminating darkness worldwide by joining Orbis World Sight Day on October 13!


While ORBIS uses every cent of donation received for sight-saving missions, so they can only reward anyone making a WSD donation with a miniature pin to save more for the donation.


For details please visit: hkg.orbis.org



Mr. Andrew Wells, Por Yen Charitable Foundation’s Executive Director & Corporate Affairs Manager receiving souvenir from Ms. Mary Lau, Director of Development, Orbis China and Hong Kong in Hollywood Plaza shopping centre.