Sight to Sky was born in the Himalayan region of Ladakh.
Sight to Sky is about fundamental access to primary healthcare, especially eye care, to remote Himalayan regions.
Through our innovative mobile eye camps we are able to reach inaccessible places.
The crux of our operations rely on volunteers to help us impact these communities.
Sight to Sky was formed under the theme of mindful travel. With a passion for trekking the Himalayas and a desire to give back to the community, our co-founders decided to establish an NGO that furthers these tenets.
Its origins traces back to co-founder Elizabeth Tan, who first travelled to Ladakh in 2009 on a life-changing solo trip. Having stayed at a nunnery and taught English, Elizabeth saw first-hand how much medical attention was lacking in that remote region. Upon returning to Singapore, she joined forces with a local NGO and launched subsequent medical missions to Ladakh. In 2015, Sight to Sky was born out of that experience and now operates as an independent NGO.
Our team has a passion to give back to society and to encourage others to follow the same path.
An entrepreneur with a passion for making a difference, Liz has helped establish several medical projects and partnerships across South East Asia.
Co- Founder, MEDIA DIRECTOR
A filmmaker and journalist, Edwin combines a passion for storytelling and visual to promote social causes through the power of media.
Co-Founder, LEGAL ADVISOR
A lawyer by profession, Kate is an avid traveler who hopes to inspire others to seek adventure and make a difference to the world around them.