The mission of our Charity Foundation is to help people who lost their eyesight during the war. Unfortunately, eye transplantation is not possible, so the lives of people after such a trauma change completely.
The Foundation is engaged in the search for necessary rehabilitation programs and modern technologies for eyesight recovery in Ukraine and abroad, as well as the implementation of existing methods and technologies to restore eyesight and rehabilitate the visually impaired in Ukraine.
He suffered a facial injury, but survived heroically: doctors removed both his eyes
"I want to see the victory": the story of sapper Vladyslav Yeschenko, who lost his sight due to a mine explosion
Give me one eye and I will return to the front. The story of a soldier who lost his eyes for the freedom of Ukraine
The story of Vlad Yeschenko and Artem Pakhomov. The background of the foundation of the Charity Foundation "Let’s see the victory"
Seeing with the brain: digital eyes will be implant for soldiers who have lost their eyesight
Vladyslav Yeschenko, who lost his eyesight at the war, plans to establish a Charity Foundation to help soldiers
"If I can't defend the country with weapons, I will be useful in the rear" - the story of a miner who lost his vision
"My most important goal is to see our Victory with my own eyes" — Vladyslav Yeschenko
The story of Vladyslav Yeschenko, who lost his vision and hearing at the front line