David Muir
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    ABC embedded with Dr. Tabin's team in Mekelle, Ethiopia, where hundreds of people lined up at the Quiha Zonal Hospital to be treated by Drs. Tabin and Ruit.
    Christine Romo
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    Patients who had surgery to reverse blindness in both eyes wait at the Quiha Zonal Hospital in Mekelle, Ethiopia for the doctors to remove their bandages.
    David Muir
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    Patients who had surgery to reverse blindness in both eyes wait at the Quiha Zonal Hospital in Mekelle, Ethiopia for the doctors to remove their bandages.
    David Muir
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    ABC embedded with Dr. Tabin's team in Mekelle, Ethiopia, where they would perform nearly 900 surgeries restoring the sight of people rendered blind by cataracts, including 5-year-old Zalalia.
    Christine Romo
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    Five-year-old Zalalia before her surgery, tagged as patient number 245. She is completely blind in her right eye.
    David Muir
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    ABC's David Muir inside the Quiha Zonal Hospital in Mekelle, Ethiopia with a young patient before the surgery to restore her sight.
    Christine Romo
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    Drs. Geoffrey Tabin and Sanduk Ruit, founders of the Himalayan Cataract Project, look on as a nurse performs a test on an elderly patient.
    Himalayan Cataract Project
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    Drs. Geoffrey Tabin and Sanduk Ruit, founders of the Himalayan Cataract Project work to restore the sight of hundreds of thousands of people around the world.
    Himalayan Cataract Project
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    ABC's David Muir with two young patients after the surgery that restored their sight at Quiha Zonal Hospital in Mekelle, Ethiopia.
    Christine Romo
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    The Himalayan Cataract Project, founded by Drs. Geoffrey Tabin and Sanduk Ruit, works to restore eyesight and prevent cataract blindness in patients around the developing world.
    Himalayan Cataract Project
  • Ethiopia Quiha Zonal Hospital

    A recently released book, Second Suns: Two Doctors and Their Amazing Quest to Restore Sight and Save Lives, by author David Oliver Relin, chronicles the work of Drs. Geoffrey Tabin and Sanduk Ruit, founders of the Himalayan Cataract Project.
    Random House Publishing
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