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Orbis Plane Brings Gift of Sight to 4-Year-Old Boy in Mongolia

November 8, 2018

In this video, follow a 4-year-old Mongolian boy home to his traditional ger (yurt) after a vision-saving surgery performed by Orbis on the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital.

Orbis operates a donated former FedEx cargo plane that was converted into an engineering marvel: a fully self-contained Flying Eye Hospital. The plane travels to some of the world’s most remote locations with the mission of saving sight worldwide.

Related stories:
* How’d they make that? Behind the scenes and virtual tour transforming a cargo plane into a hospital.
* Follow Orbis on an eye surgery program in Shenyang, China.


Comments

    Alan Cazares says:

    wow! beautiful pictures, so nice to know she can again see the wonderful scenery she has

    Maurice Geary says:

    Great video Jason! Always a pleasure to have you onboard the Flying Eye Hospital. Hope we see you again soon.

    Shuichi SATO says:

    Flying hospital! No barrier!! Great!!!

    Natalie Naranchuluun Gaye says:

    Wow how amazing to make extraordinary impact on their lives! Would love to volunteer for something like this one day.

    Liz Malik says:

    This video made my soul sing. Thank you FedEx, and thank you to all the wonderful, doctors, nurses, pilots, and staff who change people’s lives for the better.

    Siena Gilbreath says:

    Love this! Very inspiring and full of using our potential for the service of mankind.

    Jacobo Salazar jr. says:

    Keep up the good fight!

    Carol Musante says:

    Thank God for FedEx and. the good people who works on the plane

    Linda Neuy says:

    Looking back over my 30+ career years, FedEx is the first company I have been associated with that truly supports the greater good for all people.

    Abdirahman Mohamed says:

    Absolutely Amazing !!!

    Felicia Tagivakatini says:

    Thank you and blessings for serving the purple promise to improve others lives.

    Felicia Tagivakatini says:

    Thank you and blessings for serving the purple promise to improve others lives around the world.

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