The Rose Charities Cambodia Sight Center has seen over 90,000 patients since 2002 and carried out around 12,000 surgeries, most of them to restore sight or prevent blindness.
Patients for consultation and treatment come to the clinic by their own means from all over Cambodia, such is its reputation.
The Rose Charities Sight Center has attained its high reputation through the expertise and dedication of its all Cambodian staff and the support of Rose Charities experts, mainly from New Zealand and Nepal.
In 2002 the clinic was gutted and looted, loosing its vehicles. Patients however continued coming from all over Cambodia because of its reputation. It has thus risen again through the dedication, charity and work of many – a triumph for honesty and morality, and a huge asset for the poor of Cambodia.