Dr David Sabiston (NZ Order of Merit) is one of the stars in the history of the Rose Charities Sight Center. Over the past 7 years David has generously donated his teaching experience, his extensive international experience and personal resources to bringing the Sight Center to one of the foremost blindness prevention and sight restoration establishments in Cambodia. He has elicited donations in materials and funds. The center has treated some 90,000 patients since 2002 and much of this incredible number was able to be achieved through Davids work.
News update posts
- The Power of Small. The remarkable tale of the Rose Charities Cambodia Eye program(s)
- Updates Dec 2019
- Newsletter Aug 2019 “.. just inch by inch and day by day..”
- Newsletter Dec 2018
- 7 new student education scholarship(s) Shikarapur School, Pharping Nepal !
- Amazing Sistema Aotearoa ! New Zealand’s remarkable youth orchestra..
- Charity Stars of Wanganui !
- Project Toolkit going forwards with wonderful Whanganui assistance..
- Project Toolkit.. sneak peek at ‘the works’ !
- ‘The Rehearsal’ Film Event for Samoa – Huge success !!!
- Project Toolkit Samoa gets going.. !
- Rose Charities NZ AGM 2016
- 8th Rose Charities International Meeting: April 2016. Uganda. Education and Community Health..
- Retinal Surgical training for Rose Cambodia Eye Hospital
- Raffles, Roses and Smiles: London’s most elite Chelsea club opens its doors for child education
- October 2014 Newsletter..
- Giving the Gift of Sight
- King Tide Fundraiser
- NZ Fundraising night
- Rose Charities in Cambodia – Rebecca Norris writes…
- They made it !! .. pictures..
- NZ donated operating microscope taken to Cambodia by Mike Webber
- Mongolian Rally .. the first 3 weeks for Khan-Touch-This and its intrepid NZ team !
- Rose NZ on tv3 Cambodia
- Helping Hands, Helping Eyes – Rose Sight Center Cambodia..
- Unsung Heroes Cambodia – new book. Rose Cambodia Sight Center / Eye Clinic is featured.. !
- Rose Charities International in 2012…
- A truck for ‘sight’ Cambodia !
- NZ Physiotherapist helps at Rose Cambodia Rehab Centre
- John Veale and Mike Webber awarded Cook Island Honorary Residency