The International Center focuses on issues between the United States and the developing world. Veterans International Cambodia (VIC), a project of the International Center, provides rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities who are victims of war and poverty. The organization addresses a wide range of issues including training, physical therapy, and equipment for amputees; birth defects, and rehabilitation services.

Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), the Seva Foundation facilitates local expansion and further specialization of the existing low vision capacity building program. Seva Foundation provides equipment, additional training in clinical skills, and community outreach to their programs in Nepal and Cambodia. At the Lumbini Eye Institute in Nepal, Seva Foundation works to improve the pediatric ophthalmology fellowship and fosters continuing medical education through additional trainings.

Seva Foundation is an international non-profit organization that supports community outreach and education programs to spread awareness of available eye care services. Seva Foundation’s eye health education programs focus on nutrition, eye injury prevention, and personal hygiene. The foundation has a network of local eye care providers, fieldworkers, female community health volunteers, savings groups, teachers, and others who help spread the word about eye disease prevention and services.


This monthly report lists recent activities and statistics of Veterans International Cambodia.


This Prezi discusses the challenges of providing disability aid to people in Cambodia because of poor infrastructure. It also describes VIC’s work to educate and treat people with disabilities.

Journal Article

This journal article investigates how knowledge and attitudes influence access to eye-care services in Takeo Province, Cambodia. Note: This article requires a subscription to view the full-text.