About The Show
Through Their Eyes documents Daniel Craig's visit to Mongolia with the ORBIS team of medical professionals. While he was there, Craig witnessed the life-changing eye operations performed aboard the Flying Eye Hospital on the runway of the airport at the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator.
The film reveals the dramatic contrasts in Mongolia, alternating images of men and women on horses galloping across the Steppes with those of motorcyclists negotiating the crowded streets of Ulan Bator. The most compelling stories, though, are those of families' emotional relief when a child's eyesight has been restored or the gratitude expressed by a Mongolian nurse to the ORBIS team that has trained her and her colleagues to extend treatment to their communities.
Since ORBIS International was founded in 1982, the organization has carried out programs in 88 countries to provide medical training, tools and technology to local partners to address eye disease and preventable blindness in their communities. As a result of this support, more than 12 million individuals have received medical care and more than a quarter of a million eye care professionals have been trained.

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