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2015 Annual Review

Orbis Canada 2015 Annual Review

ORBIS.ORG ORBIS CANADA
2015 ANNUAL REVIEW
Orbis Canada
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LETTER FROM
THE CHAIRMAN

Dear friends, Photo: Orbis

TABLE OF As Chairman of Orbis Canada, I am delighted to share the successes of the
CONTENTS organization with you. Orbis Canada and its supporters have played an
extremely important role in the achievements made globally in the fight to
LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN / 1 eradcate avoidable blindness.
FOCUS ON THE IMPACT / 2-5
FOCUS ON TRAINING / 6-11 Vision is a gift, it is a gift that at times we take for granted. But just for a moment,
FOCUS ON THE FLYING EYE HOSPITAL / 12-13 close your eyes and imagine living your life in darkness. Imagine doing some of the
FOCUS ON CYBER-SIGHT / 14-15 things you do regularly; grocery shopping or cleaning, getting dressed or caring for
A VISION SHARED: VOLUNTEER FACAULTY / 16-17 your child. These things become infinitely more difficult without vision.
ALL FOR VISION: LOCAL EVENTS/ 18-19
FINANCIALS / 20-21 Blindness takes away so much more than vision. It impedes people’s abilities to
SPECIAL THANKS / 22-24 gain an education, it prevents them from finding employment, and it leads them
LEADERSHIP & CONTACT INFORMATION / INNER COVER and their families into a life of poverty. Sadly, for 285 million people, this is a reality.

It is for this reason, that Orbis continues to strive towards a world in which no one
is needlessly blind. In 2015, our global programs trained 30,326 doctors, nurses and
many other health care professionals who can now not only provide a better level of
care but can also pass on their knowledge. We supported programs in which 65,508
adults and children received optical surgeries that either prevented blindness or
restored vision. And finally, 2,125,401 screenings and examinations were conducted
across three continents.

In 2015, our beloved DC-10 flew on its last project when it visited Vietnam. It was
officially retired this year as we welcomed the launch of our third-generation
Flying Eye Hospital in June. Many more details about this momentous occasion
and what it means for vision care will be featured in our 2016 Annual Review.

Orbis’s life-transforming work is the result of many individual acts of kindness.
This year, our generous supporters enabled us to commit more money to vital eye
care programs than ever before, bringing us closer to our vision. We hope you enjoy
reading some of the inspirational stories behind our work, the stories made possible
because of you.

On behalf of Orbis Canada, thank you.

Peter Allen, FCPA, FCA, FRAeS
Chairman, Orbis Canada
Treasurer, Orbis International

ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW 1

MAKING VISION
A REALITY

Millions of people go blind each year – millions more suffer from poor vision – because they
can not get the care many of us take for granted.

Orbis is determined to change this and make VISION a reality for all. We train doctors, nurses
and medical technicians to save and restore sight. We strengthen and improve eye health sys-
tems by partnering with local hospitals, public health agencies, NGOs and governments.
We also advocate to make fighting blindness a priority.

In the worldwide programs supported by Orbis in 2015:

1,414 TRAINING COURSES COMPLETED
28,912 BY OPHTHALMOLOGISTS


NURSES, BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS,
HEALTH STAFF, COMMUNITY
WORKERS TRAINED

41,281 ADULT EYE SURGERIES
PERFORMED

24,227 PEDIATRIC EYE SURGERIES
PERFORMED

652,088 ADULT EYE SCREENINGS AND
EXAMINATIONS PERFORMED

1,473,313 PEDIATRIC EYE SCREENINGS
AND EXAMINATIONS PERFORMED

2 ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW MEDICAL AND OPTICAL

2,029,487 TREATMENTS PERFORMED

ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW 3

FOCUS ON ETHIOPIA MONGOLIA
THE IMPACT
PROGRAM FOCUS: PROGRAM FOCUS:
Using Orbis’s unique tools – over 400 expert Trachoma Elimination, Comprehensive Services Model of excellence in modern
volunteers, our Flying Eye Hospital and Cybersight, ophthalmology; Comprehensive
our online telemedicine tool, we equip medical HIGHLIGHT: pediatric and adult network.
professionals in developing countries with ○ Member of the National Trachoma Task Force.
the skills, resources and knowledge to deliver HIGHLIGHT:
quality eye care to their communities. ○ Initiated Rural Eye Care in Southern Ethiopia: ○ Provided training to 71 medical
In 2015, we continued to span the globe to establishing 155 primary clinics & supporting 6 professionals (includes doctors, nurses,
bring people together – expert surgeons and secondary units & opening Tertiary Centers in biomedical engineers, etc.)
village doctors, community nurses and traditional Menelik, Gondor & Hawassa.
healers, health ministers and community activists, ○ Conducted screening and eye
global foundations and individual donors ○ Founded the Eye Bank of Ethiopia examinations to 13,174 children.
– working as one to make sure no one
loses their sight to a preventable or treatable disease. CHINA

PERU PROGRAM FOCUS:
Cataract, Children’s eye health,
PROGRAM FOCUS: Diabetic retinopathy and Glaucoma
Comprehensive Eye Care
HIGHLIGHT: HIGHLIGHT:
○ Provided training through hands on opportunities, workshops, and ○ Conducted 230 Projects across 32
symposiums to 323 medical professionals (includes doctors, nurses, provinces.
BMEs, etc.)
○ Conducted 309 eye examinations (adult + children), 128 of whom ○ Trained 64,000 doctors and treated
(adult + children) received additional treatment (surgeries/ lasers/ more than 1.7 million patients since
injections). 1982.
○ Conducted eye examinations to 111 children, 32 of whom received
additional treatment (surgeries/ lasers/ injections). VIETNAM ○ Worked with the Ministry of Health
of China on the public education of
4 ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW Diabetic retinopathy.

SOUTH AFRICA INDIA PROGRAM FOCUS:
Children’s Eye Health,
PROGRAM FOCUS: PROGRAM FOCUS: 2 Flying Eye Hospital projects in 2015
Children’s Eye Health Pediatric Blindness Prevention
HIGHLIGHT:
HIGHLIGHT: HIGHLIGHT: ○ Provided training through hands-on opportunities, workshops,
○ Developed a state-of-the-art ○ Since 2000, 31 Children’s Eye Centers have and symposiums to 368 medical professionals (includes doctors,
Pediatric Eye Care Center & a been developed with Orbis support across 17 nurses, biomedical engineers, etc.)
sustainable, comprehensive model for states of the country.
a pediatric eye care system. ○ Conducted eye examinations to 330 patients, 147 of whom
received additional surgeries.

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FOCUS ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW 7
ON TRAINING

- COUNTRY PROGRAMS AND
HOSPITAL BASED PROGRAMS (HBP)

Orbis focuses on increasing the skills and knowledge of our partners through training, and we take
a team approach.
To make an impact on the entire eye health system in the developing countries, transferring from one
doctor or nurse to an entire team of eye care professionals, Orbis has established long-term, multi-year
projects, known as Country Programs, across 16 countries. We partner with local hospitals and clinics
throughout the regions we serve to provide access to quality eye care. Many times, our Flying Eye
Hospital programs are coordinated with the help of these trusted partners.
Integrated into the Country Program strategy are our Hospital Based Programs (HBPs). HBPs are not
“stand alone” tools for skills and knowledge transfer, but one of several components of a long-term
strategy for capacity building.
Our HBPs are defined by location and time, and designed to address a specific clinical training
need. HBPs support a clear, deliverable outcome identified by the Orbis Program Manager
based on the needs of our local partners. Orbis Volunteer Faculty (VF) is deployed to
work within our partner institutions to transfer knowledge and skill in their local
environment. The average duration of a HBP is 1-2 weeks but can be extended if
the financial and human resources allow for it.
In 2015, Orbis conducted 32 HBPs around the world focusing on
building human and institutional capacity. With each of these 32 HBPs
we have successfully improved the overall quality of patient care while
providing the necessary skill transfer.

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CLOSE UP: IMPACT OF THE PROJECT SINCE 2013 -

PEDIATRIC EYE HEALTH IN BANGLADESH Ophthalmologists, anesthesiologists and eye care professionals (including
refractionist, optometrist, orthoptist, nurses, counselor, biomedical
363 technicians, outreach organizers and patient attendant) have been trained
on pediatric eye care;

3,027 Community health workers, paraprofessionals, school teachers, community
leaders and religious leaders have been trained on primary eye care;

715,625 Children (age 16 and under) received eye examinations, over 50% of the girls
living the the program region have accessed screening and eye health care;

591,386 Children were medically treated, about 50% of the child patients are female;

14,623 Eye surgeries were performed on children;

NATIONAL CHILDHOOD ONE OF THE MANY BENEFICIARIES
BLINDNESS PROJECT (2013-2019)
Rahul, 8, lives in Moulvibazar district with his family.
As part of our country program in Bangladesh, Orbis In 1999, the Orbis Bangladesh office was established and
established the National Childhood Blindness Project the team has been implementing its long-term programs His father is a carpenter and the whole family of seven depend on his limited in-
(NCBP) in 2013, funded primarily by Canadian donors. across the country to strengthen the existing ophthalmic come. Rahul’s right eye got injured while playing with friends. His father took him
infrastructure and provision of affordable and quality eye to a local doctor who referred Rahul to Moulvibazar BNSB Eye Hospital for better
Bangladesh has 51,200 blind children of which about care services. treatment. The Doctor examined his eyes and found that a cataract had formed in
20,480 are due to avoidable causes (Bangladesh his right eye as a result of the trauma and advised surgery.
Childhood Blindness Study 2002). Additionally, 1.5 Prior to 2001, there was no specialized pediatric eye care
million children have refractive errors and about 153,600 service available. By bringing the knowledge and skills Initially, Rahul’s father was reluctant to proceed with the surgery due to the finan-
children have low vision problems, of which about 78,336 needed to local partners, Orbis helped to establish 7 cial cost. But after the hospital assured him about Orbis’s support under National
cases are avoidable. This high prevalence of childhood pediatric eye care centres over the past ten years. Childhood Blindness Project (NCBP) he happily agreed.
blindness puts an additional burden on the country’s
socio-economic health due to deprivation of basic eye The National Childhood Blindness Project is the largest Rahul received surgery on September 10, 2015 and it was a great success. Rahul’s
care services. initiative in Bangladesh focusing on child eye care. The vision is now restored and he is living a regular life back at school and playing with
six-year national level project is aimed at increasing his friends.
Orbis has been working in Bangladesh since the Fly- access to quality eye care for the children throughout
ing Eye Hospital conducted its first visit to train local Bangladesh in order to prevent and reduce avoidable “ Without your help my son would not be able get back his sight again and he
ophthalmologists in microsurgery and state-of-the-art causes of childhood blindness. might be blind for rest of his life.” – Rahul’s Father
technology in eye care back in 1985.
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34 230years of vision-saving in China, Orbis and our partners have completed projects across
43,73032 provinces, provided training to more than
130,000over eye health professionals, conduct

pediatric and adult surgeries to restore sight.

CLOSE UP: 34 230years of vision-saving in China, Orbis and our partners have completed projects across
43,73032 provinces, provided training to more than
COMPREHENSIVE EYE HEALTH 130,000over eye health professionals, conducted
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN AFRICA
pediatric and adult surgeries to restore sight.
Orbis Africa was established in 2010, with the head office in Cape Town, South Africa. Our programs cover regions in
Cameroon, Ghana, Ethiopia, Zambia, South Africa, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. In the spring of 2015, Orbis Kids Sight Ambassador from working, but also stops Xianglin’s father from
We recognise that while all eye health services across Sub-Saharan Africa are scarce, services for children are particularly Esther Kwan visited two-year-old Han Xianglin who was travelling far for work. These factors severely affect
rare. That’s why a significant part of our work focuses on child eye health. We manage two large initiatives in Sub-Saharan born with a cataract and nystagmus. Since birth, Xianglin the family’s ability to earn money, exemplifying how
Africa: The Child Eye Health initiative focuses on a comprehensive model for child eye health in the region to strengthen has needed several surgical treatments to stand any visual impairment can trap families in the vicious
existing services and establish new services; the Human Resources for Eye Health (HReH) Strengthening initiative, in chance of being able to see clearly. cycle of poverty.
partnership with IAPB Africa, supports the development of human resources to strengthen eye health in the region.
In 2015, Orbis Africa and our local partners have the following achievements - When we arrived at the toddler’s home, it was clear Xianglin’s first surgery took place in 2015, and in the
to see that his family was very poor. His mother has second surgery, the Orbis trained doctor placed the
69 TRAINING COURSES COMPLETED BY severe strabismus herself that not only prevents her clear artificial lens into his eye. When the anesthetic
OPHTHALMOLOGISTS wore off and Xianglin began to wake up, the concern on
CLOSE UP: his father’s face was replaced with a relieved smile. His
639 NURSES, BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS, HEALTH STAFF, mother, also overcome with relief, burst into tears when
COMMUNITY WORKERS TRAINED she saw him come around.

2,900 EYE SURGERIES/LASER TREATMENTS WERE VISION FOR XIANGLIN FROM RURAL CHINA
PERFORMED ON ADULTS AND CHILDREN.
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88,052 MEDICAL AND OPTICAL TREATMENTS WERE
CONDUCTED ON ADULTS AND CHILDREN.

199,914 SCREENINGS AND EXAMINATIONS WERE
CONDUCTED.

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Thanks to our supporters, we fly the world’s only ophthalmic teaching hospital Flying Eye Hospital in 2015
on board an aircraft. It is a surgical and training facility, the result of a unique
and lasting alliance forged between the medical and aviation industries. 639 PATIENTS SCREENED & DIAGNOSED
280
In 2015 we saw our DC-10, in service since 1994, complete its last project. After 276 SURGERIES AND LASER TREATMENT
299, vision saving voyages, our second generation Flying Eye Hospital finished 404 PERFORMED
with a month long project training medical professionals in Trujillo, Peru. Before DOCTORS TRAINED
its final project, the Flying Eye Hospital spent a month in Vietnam visiting both
Hue and Hanoi. OTHER MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
TRAINED
Our new MD-10, the third generation Flying Eye Hospital was launched in June
of this year. You will be able to read more about the launch and its first project ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW 13
in Shenyang, China in the 2016 Review released early in 2017.

FOCUS ON THE
FLYING EYE HOSPITAL

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FOCUS ON CONSULT
CYBERSIGHT Cybersight’s one-of-a-kind patient Consult program is its most advanced component.
The store-and-forward infrastructure allows eye health workers to seek advice and
In the past, a simple sequence of e-mail messages during a 1998 Orbis program to one-on-one mentorship on patient cases. Cybersight Consult overcomes geographic or
Havana, Cuba, developed into a full-fledged telemedicine program called Cyber- professional isolation and knowledge or skill gaps by leveraging the support of a global
sight® in 2003. community of expert eye health professionals.
Over the next decade, Cybersight® was strategically developed, becoming the
preeminent telemedicine case consultation for ophthalmology with educational and LIBRARY
formal learning courses being added in support of this activity. Cybersight’s high-quality materials and recommendation software fills knowledge gaps,
Today, Cybersight® makes it possible for ophthalmologists in developing countries supplements/enhances training programs and reinforces face-to-face training. Courses
to benefit from the knowledge and experience of Orbis volunteer faculty offered are not only trusted, structured and credentialed, but also provide the potential for pre/
entirely online. post-intervention evaluation to support optimized program planning.
Cybersight® will be a portal that provides, not just the rural doctor, but also the
entire ophthalmic team with a source for necessary materials and expert LEARN
guidance to aid and further develop his or her professional skills. Cybersight Resources provide users with free and unlimited access to select journals,
Through Cybersight®, our goal is to establish innovative approaches to virtual textbooks, papers and more. Cybersight’s digital strategy uses the latest instructional
education and adult learning. This goal includes exploring virtual forums, real-time design principles, to create and contribute high-quality content to the community. Or-
telemedicine, and community learning models and video lectures to innovate within ganizations who choose to share their materials on Cybersight Resources benefit from
the current distance learning space. We aim to position Cybersight® as the pre- Cybersight’s online learning advancements and increase their organization’s visibility or
miere provider of patient care consultation and formal online education, offering publicity on a global scale.
the highest level of training, mentoring, and case support available to vision care
providers in the developing world. TELE-OPHTHALMOLOGY
In the future, we foresee Cybersight® to be adaptable as a model for bringing Cybersight’s newest initiative will enable live surgical demonstrations and lectures to be
resources and training to other healthcare challenges as well. broadcast from industry-leading institutions to organizations around the world.

“ Without Cybersight in this moment I would be a different doctor and the life of my CyberSight results in 2015 -
patients would be different.”
Dr. Daniela Eleonora Cioplean, MD. CV. CONSULT LEARN
CyberSight user in Romania
2,005 8,482TOTAL USERS TOTAL USERS
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258 530NEW MENTEES NEW USERS

30 862NEW MENTORS COURSES STARTED

946 471TOTAL CASES COURSE COMPLETED

ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW 15

A VISION SHARED

Orbis retains a dedicated global cadre of over decades, so has the breadth and depth of our
400 volunteer medical professionals to provide Volunteer Faculty pool.
ophthalmic education and instruction to increase
our partners' skill, service and quality of patient Our global cadre is a comprehensive and diverse
care. pool of experts that includes every subspecialty
of ophthalmology, nursing, anesthesiology, bio-
For 34 years, the keystone of Orbis’s work has medical engineering and ophthalmic technicians
been to teach and train eye health profession- from 29 countries around the world, among
als to prevent and treat avoidable blindness. As which close to 40 are from Canada.
our programming has evolved over the last three

SPECIAL THANKS TO Orbis Canadian Volunteer medical professionals in the field.
ORBIS CANADA’S VOLUNTEER VACULTY -

11 canadian volunteer medical professionals
who took part in 12 Orbis projects in 7 countries
during 2015:

Mrs. Maria Blackburn, Ophthalmic Assistant – Hospital based program – Cameroon
Dr. Ashley Brissette, Associate Ophthalmologist – DC-10 plane program – Vietnam
Dr. Matthew Bujak, Cornea & External Ocular Disease Specialist – Hospital based program
– Uganda and Nepal
Mr. Leo de Kryger, Biomedical Engineer – DC-10 plane program – Vietnam
Dr. Peter Kertes, Retina Specialist – Hospital based program – China
Dr. Yasser Khan, Oculoplastic Specialist – DC-10 plane program – Vietnam
Mr. Marc Lafontaine, Ophthalmic Assistant – Hospital based program – Cameroon
Dr. Kim Le, Associate Ophthalmologist – DC-10 plane program – Vietnam
Dr. Brian Leonard, Vitreoretinal Specialist – DC-10 plane program – Vietnam
Ms. Leslie Mackeen, Medical Imaging Specialist – Hospital based program– Mongolia
Dr. Carlos Solarte, Paediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus Specialist – Hospital
based program – Peru

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ALL FOR VISION

LOCAL ACTIVITIES ADVOCATING FOR VISION CARE,
AND RAISE FUND FOR THE CAUSE.

THE HOSPITAL IN THE SKY: In 2015 Orbis Canada was supported by numerous individuals, foundations, organizations, associations and student
groups who shared our vision.
OMEGA presented the documentary about Orbis - the hospital in the sky,
which stared Cindy Crawford and shone a light on the life-changing treatments Apart from Orbis Canada’s Plane Pull for Sight, our community partners organized cause-related marketing events,
dinners, galas, charity concerts, cocktail nights, silent auctions, mail promotions, campus promotions as well as many
Orbis performed on young patients in Peru. The full version of the film can be priviate events to raise funds and awareness for Orbis.
watched at omegawatches.com/orbis
Thanks to all the supporters, we were able to bring Canadians together to save vision worldwide.
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ORBIS CANADA ORBIS
FINANCIALS WORLDWIDE
FINANCIALS
In 2015, Orbis Canada’s financial performance shows
that over $811 thousand dollars was generated in ORBIS INTERNATIONAL AND AFFILIATES (JANURARY 1ST ~ DECEMBER 31ST, 2015)
revenue and support. Overall, the organization finished
the year with a net excess of $4 thousand dollars and (IN 000’S)
total net assets of $512 thousand dollars.
Peter Allen, FCPA, FCA, FRAeS ORBIS AND REVENUE EXCESS * Audited financial
Orbis Canada entered 2016 financially well-positioned Chairman, Orbis Canada AFFILIATES AND SUPPORT EXPENSES (DEFICIT) NET ASSETS statements are available
to support the growth of the organization’s operations Treasurer, Orbis International separately for
and to best serve its goal of transforming lives through International (USD)* $166,127 $166,346 ($219) $53,066 International and
eliminating avoidable blindness. United Kingdom (GBP) £4,759 £5,749 (£990) £3,072 Affiliates by contacting
Canada (CAD) $811 $807 $512 Orbis Finance
SOURCES OF REVENUE Ireland (EURO) € 844 € 896 $4 € 225 Department, 520 Eighth
Macau (USD) $2,279 $1,718 (€ 53) $990 Avenue, 12th Floor,
OF ORBIS CANADA (PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2015) Singapore (SGD) $300 $434 $561 $46 New York, NY 10018,
South Africa (ZAR) ($135) N/A USA.
- 3398 Canadian donors who supported Orbis’s vision R59,240 R54,680 R4,560
- 1,739 new donors
- 194 monthly donors HOW WE USED THE FUNDS
- 5,524 total gifts made to Orbis canada

27% 21% 4% 19% PROGRAMS & 91.9%
SERVICES 91.9% PROGRAMS &
INDIVIDUALS FOUNDATIONS BEQUESTS MAJOR DONORS MANAGEMENT & SERVICES

1% 23 % 6% GENERAL 3.5%
EVENTS FUNDRAISING
CORPORATIONS OTHER 4.6%

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SPECIAL THANKS $100,000+ Mr. A. W. Hope Mr. Andy Sin
TO ORBIS CANADA’S Mr. Collin T.C. Chan Mr. Cheung Wai Tai
DONORS Donner Canadian Foundation Ms. Yveline Audemars Mr. King Chi Yuen
The Honorable Dr. Vivienne Poy Mr. Guillermo Rocha Mr. Ko Tak Lee
Orbis Canada’s ability to fight against blindness is the direct result of our Miss Amy Yu Mr. Marc Begin
donors’ compassion and generosity. $25000 - $49,999 Dr. Michelle S. Lee Mr. Norman Phan
We are extremely grateful for every contribution, large or small. United Way of Ottawa Mr. Paul Boltwood
We hereby would like to express our special appreciation to Ms. Cindy S. Leung Mr. Lawrence Hui Mr. Peter Allen
the following donors for their exceptional support, and offer 1790106 Ontario Inc Mr. Quan Zhou
our deepest thanks to the thousands of donors who share $10,000 - $24,999 1682618 Alberta Ltd Mr. Raymond Yip
our vision, and who help to make it come true. Dr. Agnes M. Wong Mr. Robert Ross
WITH YOUR HELP, Ucruising Vacations Mr. Fintan Kennedy Mrs. Renee Gress
WE BRING THE WORLD TOGETHER TO FIGHT BLINDNESS. Ms. Helen Chau Ms. Sou-Zu Wang Ms. Bak Yee Kam
Mr. Johnson Fu Mrs. Wendy Wong Ms. Brenda Yip
22 ORBIS CANADA 2015 ANNUAL REVIEW FedEx Canada Mrs. Yuk Ping Leung Ms. Elaine Lui
Transworld Management Ltd Mr. Bryan Poon Ms. Karen C. Tse
Ms. Emily Ward Ms. Margaret C.H. Lee
$5000 - $9999 Ms. Ham Li Chow Ms. My Ngoc Tien
Mrs. Antonia Au Ms. Norah Chan
Ms. Susan Prior Allergan Inc. Ms. Stella Li
Alcon Canada Inc Ms. Teresa Tang Ms. Victoria Li
Mr. Joseph L.M. Leung Mr. Stanley Lang Ms. Wai Kwan Wu
Ms. Mabel Yip Ms. Teresa Chui Ms. Winnie Au
Dr. Harjinder Dhaliwal Ms. Yik Cheung Kwok
$1,000 - $4999 Dr. Simon P. Holland Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Soong
L’Occitane Canada Port Royal Mills Ltd.
Mr. Andrew Au Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Chan Tonglen Foundation
Mr. Bill Webb Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lim Toronto Paragon Lions
Ms. Michelle Chang Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bertin United Way of Greater Toronto
Ms. Foong Ngor Phong
Jam Direct Inc.
Mrs. Wei Chui Sui Yip
Mr. James T. M. Yang
Mr. Tom Timmons

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SPECIAL THANKS LEADERSHIP
TO ORBIS CANADA’S
SUPPORTERS
AND VOLUNTEERS

Jam Direct Inc. Mr. Orion Stevenson Ms. Cloris Li Ms. Meagan Lum PRESIDENT DIRECTOR
Jasdeep Purewal Mr. Paul Beaumont Ms. Colleen Lam Ms. Miao Jing Peter Allen, FCPA, FCA, FRAeS Sherif El-Defrawy
JC Pablo Mr. Philip Debski Ms. Dawn Siu Ms. Michelle Leung Chief Executive Officer Professor and Chairman
Luz Pablo Mr. Randy Tsang Ms. Diana Dang Ms. Michelle Tam Vintage Wings Canada Dept. of Ophthalmology and
Mr. Adam Tetzlaff Mr. Rob Slett Ms. Diasy Wong Ms. Miho Kobayashi Vision Sciences,
Mr. Adrian Dipardo Mr. Ryan Smith Ms. Dina Meghawry Ms. Monlee Ip VICE-PRESIDENT University of Toronto
Mr. Alan Wakayama Mr. Shane Deen Ms. Dolly Shao Ms. Nicole Choi Simon P. Holland, M.D. Ophthalmologist-in-Chief,
Mr. Alvin Chan Mr. Steve Hwang Ms. Ellie Huey Ms. Nolita Cheng Clinical Associate Professor Kensington Eye Institute
Mr. Ambles Kwok Mr. Steven Anderson Ms. Elsa Lee Ms. Payee Yan University of British Columbia
Mr. Amir Bajehkian Mr. Thomas Young Ms. Fatima Shaikh Ms. Po Ling Lai Eye Care Centre DIRECTOR
Mr. Andy Zhang Mr. Tim Fan Ms. Fatima Tabassum Ms. Priyanka Sharma Douglas E. Turnbull
Mr. Ben Cousins Mr. Tom Deosaran Ms. Florence Chu Ms. Rachel Chan SECRETARY Vice Chairman and Country Head
Mr. Brian Chow Mr. Tommy Lung Ms. Helen Wong Ms. Rachel Lau Winston K. Fogarty DBRS Canada
Mr. Charles Huang Mr. Tony Au Ms. Ivy Lam Ms. Rosana Auyang Partner, Regent Law P.C.
Mr. Chi Wah Cho Mr. Victor Valencia Ms. Janaya Petteplace Ms. Rosealyn Jackson EX-OFFICIO DIRECTOR
Mr. Daniel Emde Mr. Vincent Ng Ms. Jasmine Tu Ms. Roxanne Tsui DIRECTOR Paul Forrest
Mr. David Cheung Mr. Wilfred Chung Ms. Jeanette Lam Ms. Sally Young The Honourable Dr. Vivienne Poy President and CEO
Mr. Ernest Ng Mr. Yasser Zahed Ms. Jeannette Lam Ms. Shannon Leonard Lee Tak Wai Holdings Ltd. Orbis International
Mr. Grady Liu Mr. Yu Fat Chan Ms. Jennifer Di Florio Ms. Sophia Lum
Mr. Ishtiaq Islam Ms. Ada Li Ms. Jenny Kwok Ms. Stéphanie Cropley Orbis Canada
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Mr. Kevin Ackroyd Ms. Ashley Ching Ms. Judy Yau Ms. Weitang Su Orbis Canada is a registered Canadian charity.
Mr. Kevin Chow Ms. Audrey Chang Ms. Julia Savazzi Ms. Wendy Tay Registered charity number 88649 0994 RR0001.
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Mr. Lee Kei Lau Ms. Carmen Leung Ms. Katy Kung Ms. Winnie Yu
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Mr. Lotfi Chelly Ms. Carole Filion Ms. Kay Tong Ms. Zainab Alkhonizi
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Mr. Max Rother Ms. Celine Yip Ms. Kitty Ching Sensu Communications
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